Cucumber Soup

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Cucumber Soup

Every year I plant cucumbers in my garden. And every year, my one plant takes over the bed (climbing over trellises put in place for other vegetables) and showers me with a daily supply of lovely cucumbers.

This is all well and good, as long as I remember to pick them daily. As careful as I can be, hunting for cucumbers in the tangle of leaves and vines, I do miss them occasionally, only to discover a monster cuke hiding perfectly camouflaged under a leaf.

Like zucchini, left to their own devices, cucumbers will grow to ginormous proportions, resulting in a thick-skinned, seedy bat.

What do do with extra large cucumbers?

Make cucumber soup!

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BBQ Pulled Chicken Sopes

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BBQ Pulled Chicken Sopes

This post is brought to you in partnership with Stubb’s Bar-B-Que

On a sultry summer day, few things hit the spot like good barbecue — especially when you add chipotle, cumin, and tequila to the mix of flavors!

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Grilled Steak With Tomatoes, Red Onion and Balsamic

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One of my favorite ways to make grilled steak in the summer is topped with fresh chopped tomatoes, red onion, balsamic and oil. It's fresh and a great way to enjoy those end-of-summer tomatoes!

One of my favorite ways to make grilled steak in the summer is topped with fresh chopped tomatoes, red onion, balsamic and oil. It’s fresh and a great way to enjoy those end-of-summer tomatoes!

One of my favorite ways to make grilled steak in the summer is topped with fresh chopped tomatoes, red onion, balsamic and oil. It's fresh and a great way to enjoy those end-of-summer tomatoes!

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Make-Ahead Baked Spaghetti Skillet Supper

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Make-Ahead Baked Spaghetti Skillet Supper

Here’s a great recipe for those days when you leave the house early and won’t be back until dinner time.

Prep this skillet pasta in the morning before you leave – or even the night before — and pop it in the oven when you’re home from work, your kid’s soccer practice, the last beach run of the season, or whatever activities have filled your day.

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Slow and Low Country Ribs

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Slow and Low Country Ribs

When it comes to the grill or barbecue, I defer to my colleague Hank, especially when it concerns meat. Here he shows us how to cook pork country ribs, slow and low. A favorite from the archives! ~Elise

Country ribs. Big slabs of porky goodness cut from the shoulder of the hog. Sold boneless or bone-in, these are nothing like a rack of ribs. They are pork logs, laced with fat, and require slow, low-temperature cooking to become delicious.

That’s the downside: You can’t do a fast country rib.

The upside is that they are all meat, so you only need one to fill you up. In fact, I slice them in half because a full rib, which can weigh a pound, can be too much for some people.

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Sheet Pan Chicken with Roasted Broccoli and Potatoes

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Sheet Pan Chicken with Broccoli and Potatoes

Everyone should have at least one meal that they can make without having to think too hard – a recipe that is easy, reasonably healthy, and totally delicious.

These chicken thighs with roasted potatoes and broccoli truly fit the bill. And the best part is that you only have one pan to clean up after dinner!

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Modern Scotcheroos

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The classic chocolate-covered peanut butter rice krispie bars --> with 5 ingredients and minimal refined sugar, thanks to a few modern swaps! my go-to for road trip snacks. | pinchofyum.com

Sticky-sweet, lightly crispy peanut butter rice krispie mixture topped with a thick layer of melted chocolate and sprinkled with magical flakes of sea salt. That’s all, thank you and goodnight Twin Cities!

Friends, this is the food I was raised on. In the background of every family and school event of my childhood lies a scratched and dented 9×13 of almost-gone scotcheroos. It is simple Midwestern goodness and it should not be messed with.

Except, I did one thing: I messed with it. Whyyyy.

As an anxious person finding her way through the world, I’d say I follow all rules of all places at all times exactly ALL THE TIME, but there is always that pesky 1% of the time at which point I become a rule-breaking, delinquent, rogue recipe “creative.” It is not wise to give me your classic recipes. I am not to be trusted with such precious, unbreakable things. I pinky promise I will take what is written and go off the rails with it.

The classic chocolate-covered peanut butter rice krispie bars --> with 5 ingredients and minimal refined sugar, thanks to a few modern swaps! my go-to for road trip snacks. | pinchofyum.com

In my childhood, there was no swim meet, sleepover, or class party that did not require a pan of scotcheroos.

And to this day, there is no weekend road trip or cabin visit that doesn’t require a pan of scotcheroos made by mom – but wait. I’m actually being 100% serious. My mom literally dropped off a little tupperware of scotcheroos just last week for our road trip up to the North Shore with Kev and Mel. Let me say that again: MY MOM DROPPED OFF TREATS FOR ME AND MY FRIENDS. Last week. I am 31 years old.

Scotcheroos are the symbolic representation, the physical manifestation, of all that is good and right about treats made by mom. Can you guys confirm this? Midwesterners? Kids? Grown ups acting as kids? Moms? I’m very confident that this is just a fact of life when you are born and raised in small town Minnesota.

The classic chocolate-covered peanut butter rice krispie bars --> with 5 ingredients and minimal refined sugar, thanks to a few modern swaps! my go-to for road trip snacks. | pinchofyum.comSo let’s get to business. What exactly makes a scotcheroo modern? We’re going clean and modern on a few different fronts here.

  • Replacement of corn syrup + sugar with brown rice syrup + real maple syrup.
  • Replacement of rice krispies with brown rice krispies.
  • Replacement of butterscotch-chocolate topping with dark chocolate sea salt topping.

Strict adherence to the shape, texture, and general basic awesomeness of the classic scotcheroo is of extreme importance. The goal here is to end up with a chewy, crispy, chocolate-top-heavy dessert bar that is an almost-mirror image of the original. Hear me out, please, all you treat-making moms across the great states of Minnesota and Wisconsin: the classic still reigns supreme. This is it no way meant to be a replacement for all that is good and right about retro Midwestern dessert bars.

This is just a modernized version for the days when a) YOU NEED A SCOTCHEROO, and b) you’d like it to fall more under the homemade-granola-bar category as opposed to the just-ate-dessert-for-breakfast-again category, and c) you are a grown adult human person – possibly also modern – and you should be able to make your own dessert bars by now.

The classic chocolate-covered peanut butter rice krispie bars --> with 5 ingredients and minimal refined sugar, thanks to a few modern swaps! my go-to for road trip snacks. | pinchofyum.com

Confession: Even though they are not the most high quality thing a person could ever eat, I cried a few tears when I left the butterscotch chips behind in this recipe. That being said, I cannot recommend the sea salt dark chocolate combo enough. If you felt strongly about this and wanted to leave the original topping alone (chocolate + butterscotch chips) so you get some butterscotchy vibes in your life, by all means. You do you, friend.

Dear Modern Scotcheroos: we’re grown ups who make our own chocolate peanut butter rice krispie bars now, and we’re coming for ya.

The classic chocolate-covered peanut butter rice krispie bars --> with 5 ingredients and minimal refined sugar, thanks to a few modern swaps! my go-to for road trip snacks. | pinchofyum.com

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Modern Scotcheroos


  • Author: Lindsay

Description

The classic chocolate covered peanut butter rice krispie bars, but with minimal refined sugar thanks to a few modern swaps. It’s a peanut butter meets chocolate situation, so obviously, your people will love you.


Ingredients

  • 1 cup brown rice syrup <- order on Amazon because you’re a queen and Amazon is life
  • 1 cup peanut butter
  • 1/4 cup real maple syrup
  • 6 cups brown rice krispies
  • 1 36-ounce bag of dark chocolate chips
  • a generous pinch of flaked sea salt <- again, may I suggest Amazon

Instructions

  1. Rice Krispie Mixture: Melt brown rice syrup, peanut butter, and maple syrup in a large pot until a smooth mixture forms. Add a pinch of sea salt and stir in the brown rice krispies. Remove from heat and press into a 9×13 pan.
  2. Chocolate Topping: Melt chocolate chips gently and slowly (preferably in a double boiler, or, in my case, a random stainless steel bowl fitted inside a pot of simmering water, but microwave or regular saucepan works, too). Pour chocolate over the rice krispie mixture and sprinkle again – !! – with sea salt because you don’t want to hate your life. Refrigerate or rest at room temperature until chocolate is set and watch them disappear.

Notes

I usually get my brown rice krispies at Whole Foods (store brand), but you can also just use regular rice krispies if you can’t find the brown rice version.

I tried subbing honey in place of the brown rice syrup and/or maple syrup and did not love it. It works texturally, but it is so overwhelmingly sweet. Like, make-your-teeth-hurt sweet. This coming from someone with a pretty high tolerance for sweets. I’d highly recommend sticking with the brown rice syrup which has a nice sticky texture but a much less dramatic sweetness to it.

These travel so well! We take them everywhere with us in the summer – parties, road trips, etc.

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Here’s an original scotcheroo recipe for the sake of comparison.
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Freezer Chicken Enchiladas

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Simply assemble your enchiladas ahead of time and freeze. IT GOES STRAIGHT FROM FREEZER TO OVEN! No dishes required!

Freezer Chicken Enchiladas - Simply assemble your enchiladas ahead of time and freeze. IT GOES STRAIGHT FROM FREEZER TO OVEN! No dishes required!

​I love a good enchilada.

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Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 89)

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Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 89). Adding some favorites to this weeks menu along with some new recipes from last week. The weather is cooling down, perfect for zucchini soup which I added to the menu this week! It’s super light, perfect with a sandwich for dinner!

Pictured below is The Skinnytaste Meal Planner where I plan my dinners for the week (you can of course use any meal planner). Meal planning is a great way to get organized before heading to the supermarket to get ready for the week! My breakfast is usually something quick like eggs with fruit, a smoothie or avocado toast. We’re a family of four, so if a recipe serves more, it’s either packed up for everyone’s lunch or eaten the next day as leftovers. If you would like to see some of the previous week’s dinner plans, click here.

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Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 89)

Monday: Cream of Zucchini Soup with French Bread Pizza Caprese
Tuesday: (Instant Pot) Chipotle Chicken Bowls with Cilantro Lime Quinoa
Wednesday: Pressure Cooker Stewed Chicken with Corn (Pollo Guisado con Maiz) with cauliflower rice
Thursday: Colombian-Style Zucchini Rellenos
Friday: Cubano Chicken (Pickle, Ham and Swiss Chicken Roll Ups)
Saturday: Away
Sunday: Away

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