Hearty Chili with Beans

A hearty chili recipe with beef and beans #recipe #chili

We are a house divided when it comes to chili.  I am a don’t you dare put beans in my chili kind of person while my husband is the more beans, more better type.  I also like a strong kick of chili powder and a nice heat, but James prefers a subtle chili flavor and even more subtle heat.  (I’ve shared my homemade chili recipe here.)  I asked on my Facebook page a few weeks ago: Chili with Beans or Chili with No Beans?  I couldn’t believe the overwhelming response.  It was a landslide.  Apparently, I am the minority.  

A hearty chili recipe with beef and beans #recipe #chili

Imagine my surprise when my husband made this hearty chili with beans the other night and I ate TWO bowls.  I barely eat refried beans with my Mexican food, and I honestly can’t even tell you if I’ve ever eaten a pinto bean before.  The texture and spice of this chili are spot on.  It’s loaded with protein and fiber, and a delicious meal for a cold winter night.  Not to mention it serves a ton!  If you don’t plan to eat all of it, freeze some right away for another time.  My Mom likes to always keep small batches of chili in the freezer ready to go to add to a meal or throw on some hot dogs.

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Hearty Chili with Beans
 
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Ingredients
  • 3 lbs round roast
  • 2 15oz cans Ranch Style Beans
  • 2 16oz cans Pinto Beans
  • 2 10oz cans Original Rotel
  • 2 15oz cans tomato sauce
  • 1 onion, diced
  • 1.5 tbsp chili powder
Instructions
  1. Cut the meat into bite sized pieces and trim the fat, if any.
  2. Cook the meat with the diced onion in a large stock pot until meat is browned and onion are soft; drain.
  3. Add the remaining ingredients and bring to a boil.
  4. Cook on low for four hours, or until meat is tender.

This chili was filling all on it’s own, but I’m hoping next time he makes some of my buttermilk cornbread to go with it! 

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Southwest Chili Mac

Southwest Chili Mac- delicious one pot dinner! #recipe

We’ve been in a serious dinner rut lately.  I’ve been slacking with my meal planning and my grocery budget has been suffering because of it.  Pasta is usually my go-to meal when I can’t come up with anything because it’s fast and fairly cheap.  James prefers that the meal includes some kind of protein though.  This Southwest Chili Mac is hearty and perfect for a cold night.

Southwest Chili Mac- delicious one pot dinner! #recipe

This recipe has quickly worked it’s way into our regular rotation.  I especially love that it’s a one pot meal and ready in under thirty minutes.  It’s cheesy and full of flavor.  Cumin and chili powder are two of my favorite spices to cook with, so this is right up my alley but still subtle enough for the kiddos.  I love to serve it with a big, crusty loaf of French bread… because, well, carbs.  So good.

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Southwest Chili Mac
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 lb ground beef
  • 2 tsp chili powder
  • 1 tsp cumin
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 28 oz can crushed tomatoes
  • 1½ cups uncooked elbow macaroni
  • 1½ cups shredded cheddar cheese
Instructions
  1. Cook ground beef until fully cooked. Drain if necessary.
  2. Add the spices to the meat and stir well.
  3. Add the tomatoes and bring to a slight boil.
  4. Add the macaroni; mix well.
  5. Cover and cook over medium heat for 10-12 minutes, until noodles are tender.
  6. Stir in 1 cup of cheese, and top with remaining cheese.
  7. Let stand, covered, for 5 minutes before serving.

 

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Easy Noodle Corn Chowder

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Easy Noodle Corn Chowder- start with a box of macaroni and cheese to make this easy meal!

Every Sunday I sit down with a blank piece of paper to write out our weekly menu and grocery list.  It’s not my favorite task and it usually takes way longer than it should.  It’s like once that pen gets in my hand I suddenly can’t think of a single thing to have for dinner.  Forget my hundreds of dinner ideas and mealtime solutions on Pinterest.  I can’t even remember what we had the week before!

 

Easy Noodle Corn Chowder- start with a box of macaroni and cheese to make this easy meal!

And then I have to figure in all of the different eaters in my house.  The two-year-old that won’t eat a granola bar if it’s broken or a banana if it has a single brown spot on it, the eight-year-old that will eat salmon and black beans but won’t touch a homemade hamburger, the hungry husband that is usually only home for dinner a few nights a week because of his firefighter schedule, and me the carb loving, anti veggie, picky selective palate. 

One thing we can all agree on is mac and cheese.  My kids love the Horizon Organic Mac & Cheese because it’s so cheesy and delicious.  I love it because it has 10 grams of protein and organic ingredients.  I’m always trying to find ways to introduce new foods, sneak in veggies, and grow my list of fam approved meals, so I decided to take our mac and cheese night to the next level.

Easy Noodle Corn Chowder- start with a box of macaroni and cheese to make this easy meal!

I used our favorite box of Horizon Organic Mac pasta shells with white cheddar cheese to create this easy noodle corn chowder.  It was creamy, cheesy, and SO good.  It’s also a one pot dinner!  Sometimes when I serve only pasta for dinner, my husband will look around like “where’s the meat?”, you could easily throw in some rotisserie chicken with this dish.  My two-year-old didn’t even notice the corn because it blended right in with her familiar mac and cheese, and the eight-year-old didn’t notice anything after I said it had bacon.  :)

Easy Noodle Corn Chowder
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 box Horizon Organic Mac Pasta Shells and White Cheddar Cheese
  • 3 tbsp Horizon salted butter
  • 2½ cups Horizon whole milk
  • ½ cup frozen corn
  • 2 pieces of bacon, cooked
  • ¼ tsp onion powder
  • ¼ tsp garlic powder
Instructions
  1. In a large saucepan, combine butter and cheese packet from mac and cheese over medium heat.
  2. Stir constantly to create a roux.
  3. Very slowly, stir in the milk.
  4. Bring mixture to a slight boil and add the garlic and onion.
  5. Add noodles to the mixture and cook for 5 minutes.
  6. Add the corn to the mixture and cook for an additional 5-7 minutes.
  7. Add bacon just before serving.
Notes
It's important to watch your heat and stir regularly so you don't scald the milk. If you want extra cheese, top with Horizon shreds.

 

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Strawberry Cheesecake Bars

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I’m sharing the recipe for these Strawberry Cheesecake Bars on the Inspired Home site today.

We usually keep it pretty low-key on Valentine’s Day and do a quiet dinner at home. We wait until after we put the kids to bed and then eat our favorite take-out alone on the floor in the living room. So much more romantic, and we don’t have to fight any crowds (or pay for a sitter!). I love that I don’t have to slave over the stove to make an elaborate meal, but I do at least make a dessert for us to share. My husband isn’t a big fan of chocolate or desserts, which seriously limits my ideas for what special treats to make him. I’ve seen so many beautiful heart-shaped cakes and chocolate confections online that my kiddos would love, but my husband wouldn’t care for.

One thing my husband is a big fan of is cheesecake. I know when I see it on the menu that I can almost always talk him into sharing a piece with me for dessert. I remembered these Blueberry Cheesecake Bars that I made a few months ago and decided to make them a little more festive for Valentine’s Day by using strawberry. Get the recipe for these Inspired Home site.

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White Chocolate Puff Pastry Bites

White Chocolate Puff Pastry Bites- easy and cute Valentine's treat

Do you ever have those days where you pat yourself on the back and think, “Man, I’m really nailing this whole parenting gig”?  The last 24 hours were not one of those days.  Warning: if  you don’t have kids, or don’t want to hear about someone else’s kid’s puke and poop, feel free to skip ahead to the lovely White Chocolate Puff Pastry Bites recipe I have for you today.  And while you’re enjoying that, pray for me.

James has been working a ton lately, like 100+ hours a week, a ton.  But, hallelujah, this weekend he actually had a day off and we wanted to make the most of it.  One of the chefs that James used to work with at the Four Seasons opened a new restaurant in Dallas and was hosting a chili cook-off with some of the local craft breweries this weekend.  It just so happened that another of one of our friends would be playing live music there as well.  We decided to make an afternoon of it and head out there as a family after church and naptime.

Our plan started to go awry when Isabella came home from Girl Scouts with a headache.  She gets them regularly, poor girl, and I was hoping we caught this one early.  I gave her a dose of medicine and she chilled on the couch waiting for Sophia to wake up from nap.  We set out for Dallas, about a 45 minute drive, with one kid wilted and asking how much longer before we even got out of the driveway and one kid just happy to be included and leaving the house.  As we made our way to the highway, I decided to pull up the menu and make a plan for what the kiddos were going to eat, especially because Isabella sometimes feels better after she eats.  Problem number two: no kid’s menu.  And really, barely an Emily-approved-adult menu.  The very first thing on the menu was Brussels sprouts… down to beer braised shredded beef tongue.  I all but told James to turn the car around.

We get there and of course it’s packed.  It was actually a really cool space, open patios, and the weather was gorgeous.  The staff was awesome and made the girls peanut butter and jelly and a grilled cheese- and James and I had grass-fed burgers.  So good.  Not five minutes after our food arrives, Isabella goes pale and tells me she’s going to throw up, which is not at all uncommon for her when she gets a headache.  We rush to the bathroom- two singles, both occupied.  Suddenly I feel like I’m on a bad episode of ‘Nina needs to go’, her need is imminent.  I spot a plastic bowl nearby holding bottle caps, quickly dump them out, and place it under Isabella just in time to catch a bowl full of puke.  Still standing in line for the bathroom, holding a bowl full of everything Isabella’s eaten that day, a woman comes up and asks if they are both occupied and if we are in line.  Yeah.  That just happened.

We finally get cleaned up (though, do you ever really) and get back to our table.  Sophia is still loving life, enjoying her PB&J between visiting all of the cute doggies at the different tables.  We finish up and decide to go next door to The Cake Bar, because I have earned some cake dang it.  It’s an adorable little space, and I do mean little, that is packed to the gills with beautiful cakes and people waiting in line for said beautiful cakes.  While we’re waiting, the girls decide to sit down at one of the tables an arm’s length away from me.  Not 60 seconds later, Sophia manages to flip the chair she is sitting in, and lands flat on her back.  Cue the immediate panic cry.  The one that is delayed just a few seconds while they look at you in fearful disbelief that that actually just happened.  It did.  And everyone in the one room tiny cake place is now torn between staring and feeling sorry for her, or staring and judging me.  It was all fine in the end, she calmed down, we assured the owner we had no plans to sue, and a nice gentleman ahead of us in line actually bought her a cake ball without us knowing.  Everyone in the car, Mommy has had as much fun as she can handle for one day.

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We drive back towards home across Dallas’ signature Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, where Isabella promptly pukes again.  We have to pull over to throw it out, luckily Mom brought another bowl.  Thankfully she falls asleep for the rest of the drive home… well, that is, until we have to stop 5 minutes from our house so that the two-year-old can poop.  Thank God for clean QT bathrooms.  Potty training is the best.  She’s not potty trained enough to, you know, not wear diapers anymore, but she is potty trained enough to know that hey, pooping in diapers maybe isn’t the best game in town anymore.  We are so close to home, yet still so far away, with Isabella crying that she might die and Sophia pretty freaking pleased with herself for pooping in the strange big potty.

Isabella threw up twice more before the night was over.  And when I woke up the next morning the dog had peed and pooped in the dining room.  The same dining room I just had professionally cleaned less than a week ago.  If you need me, I’m packing my bag and running away.  I don’t know where yet, but it will be somewhere that I can go to the bathroom by myself and not be responsible for any one else’s bathroom events.  Somewhere I can eat all of these delicious little White Chocolate Puff Pastry Bites and not have to share with anyone. 

 

White Chocolate Puff Pastry Bites- easy and cute Valentine's treat

White Chocolate Puff Pastry Bites
 
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Serves: 12
Ingredients
  • 12 Pepperidge Farm Puff Pastry Cups
  • 2-4 tbsp white chocolate chips
  • 2 tbsp red candy melts (like Wilton)
  • Sprinkles, optional
Instructions
  1. Cook the puff pastry cups as directed on the package.
  2. Two minutes before pastry cups are fully cooked, remove from the oven.
  3. Punch in the center of each cup and fill with white chocolate chips.
  4. Return to oven and finish baking.
  5. Melt candy melts in microwave for 30 second intervals on half power until smooth.
  6. Allow cups to cool, drizzle with melted red candy melts and top with sprinkles.

 

 

Sorry for all the bathroom business today.  I don’t usually go all real-talk mom-blog on you, but at least I brought you chocolate, right? 

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Chocolate Croissants

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Chocolate Croissants- warm, flaky crescent rolls wrapped around delicious chocolate ganache

My husband and I made a resolution to entertain more this year.  We’ve started hosting a monthly game night at our house and I look forward to it every month!  We invite a few couples over to play games, usually Pit or Cards Against Humanity, and we each bring a new bottle of wine to try.  If you haven’t played either of those games, go get them now.  Pit is a great ice breaker because it’s so fast paced and requires you to move quickly (think spoons), and CAH is just hilarious (albeit slightly inappropriate at times).  I like to keep it simple and provide light appetizers or a cheese plate, but with Valentine’s Day this month my mind is on all things chocolate.  Besides, what goes better with wine than chocolate?

Chocolate Croissants- warm, flaky crescent rolls wrapped around delicious chocolate ganache

I go back and forth between bringing bubbles and pinot noir- my two favorites.  Those are the two bottles that I always try to keep on hand in my kitchen at all times.  One in case we have impromptu dinner guests and one in case I need a quick hostess gift.  Pinot Noir is typically a lighter-medium bodied, fruit-forward red wine.  This Pinot Noir from Estancia displays luscious berry flavors, spice and a rich, supple finish.  It’s a really versatile wine that pairs well with everything from creamy sauces, spicy seasonings, beef, poultry, cheese, and chocolate.  Especially warm, flaky, croissants filled with creamy chocolate ganache.  Serve some berries on the side to bring out the fruity tones of the wine.

Chocolate Croissants- warm, flaky crescent rolls wrapped around delicious chocolate ganache

These chocolate croissants only require three ingredients and are really easy to put together.  Great for game night because I can make the ganache ahead of time and just roll them up before everyone arrives.  They’re definitely best served warm, but I won’t judge you if you want to eat them for breakfast the next day. 

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Chocolate Croissants
 
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Serves: 8
Ingredients
  • 4oz semi-sweet chocolate, finely chopped
  • ¼ cup cream
  • 1 pkg crescent roll dough (I use big and flaky)
Instructions
  1. In a small saucepan over low heat, melt chocolate (slowly) until smooth.
  2. Remove from heat and stir in cream.
  3. Chill in refrigerator for two hours.
  4. Spread chocolate on each crescent roll dough triangle.
  5. Roll up each croissant and bake as directed on package.

 

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5 Minute Famous Queso

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All you need is 2 ingredients and 5 minutes to make this queso! #ad #quesoforall

My friend Julie from Willow Bird Baking shared this comic on Facebook yesterday and it really resonated with me.

I may not care about football (at all, even a tiny bit, not really even my home team) but I have a lot of friends that do.  I’ve caught myself occasionally getting annoyed with all of the status updates inundating my feed about whatever game is going on that weekend.  I didn’t stop and think that others could feel the same way when I share something I’m passionate about (like essential oils). 

All you need is 2 ingredients and 5 minutes to make this queso! #ad #quesoforall

This comic also reminded me that it’s kind of neat that people all around the country join together to do the same thing at the same time.  Even if you don’t watch regularly (like myself) you probably will still be watching the Super Bowl this weekend, if for nothing else but the commercials.  I didn’t grow up in a football loving family, but I still have a few memories of watching games, usually on Thanksgiving, at my Mia’s house.

All you need is 2 ingredients and 5 minutes to make this queso! #ad #quesoforall

So whether you’re team is playing on Sunday or not, one thing we can all agree on is snacks.  And I’ve got the quintessential party food staple for you right here.  All you need is two ingredients and five minutes to queso bliss.  Chips optional, spoons welcome.

All you need is 2 ingredients and 5 minutes to make this queso! #ad #quesoforall

Zesty, creamy, yummy, and easy – Queso made with RO*TEL and VELVEETA is a real crowd pleaser.  If you’re looking for more Game Day snacks, be sure to check out my post with over 60 Super Game Day Eats.

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5 Minute Famous Queso
 
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  • 16oz VELVEETA, cubed
  • 10oz can original RO*TEL, undrained
Instructions
  1. Blend ingredients in a medium saucepan.
  2. Cook over medium heat, stirring frequently, about 5 minutes or until cheese is melted.
  3. Serve warm as dip with corn chips or crackers.

 

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Girl Scout Cookie Protein Shake

Girl Scout Cookie Protein Shake- delicious, packed with protein, and can be made with different cookies

Do you think it’s a coincidence that Girl Scout Cookies are sold each year in January?  I mean, here you have all of these people pledging healthy resolutions and next thing you know then there’s a Girl Scout on every corner.  They get you when you come out of the grocery store, presumably after filling your cart with nothing but fruits and vegetables, but how can you possibly say no to those sweet little faces?  I know the feeling… as Mom of a Brownie, my office is full of cases of Girl Scout Cookies.

I didn’t make any resolutions this year and generally adhere to ‘everything in moderation’, but I did vow not to eat as many cookies this season as I did last year.  I got a little out of control and way above “moderation” with the Thin Mints. 

Girl Scout Cookie Protein Shake- delicious, packed with protein, and can be made with different cookies

I have a protein shake every day, usually after my workouts, and today I noticed that the Peanut Butter Patties were just sitting there inconspicuously beside my Blendtec.  I like to add a scoop of peanut butter or PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter to my protein shakes with an occasional drizzle of chocolate, so when I saw the cookies I had a light bulb moment.  I tossed in two cookies with my usual almond milk, banana, and protein.  (This is the brand of protein I buy.)  The result was delicious and with only 65 calories each, I really don’t feel bad about adding them in.  I’m going to have to try Thin Mints next! 

Girl Scout Cookie Protein Shake
 
Girl Scout Cookie Protein Shake- delicious, packed with protein, and can be made with different cookies.
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Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 2 cups ice
  • 8 oz almond milk
  • 1 scoop protein powder
  • 2-4 Girl Scout Cookies of choice
  • 1 banana
Instructions
  1. Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend well.

 

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Homemade Vanilla Pudding

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Homemade Vanilla Pudding- ditch the box and make it at home with just a few simple ingredients

Isabella was in the kitchen with me today “supervising” while I was making this recipe.  As I was going through all the steps she said, “Can’t you just get a box?”  Haha!  I didn’t grow up on box pudding; my Mom made this homemade vanilla pudding recipe for us all the time.  I say she made it all the time, but really it felt like a treat every time she made it.

This is also the recipe where I learned how important it is to follow the instructions step by step.  I had mastered waffles and pancakes, but it’s pretty hard to mess those up.  All of the batter goes in the same bowl, and the order of ingredients doesn’t make much difference. 

That being said, I can tell you from experience that it’s really important to temper the egg when making this.  No one likes scrambled eggs in their vanilla pudding.  Instead of just pouring all of the hot milk into the egg mixture, you need to add a very small amount of the hot liquid into the egg while constantly whisking.  By adding the hot liquid slowly, it gradually brings up the temperature of the eggs without scrambling them and results deliciously smooth pudding.

Homemade Vanilla Pudding- ditch the box and make it at home with just a few simple ingredients

We love to eat this pudding when it’s still warm (I can’t tell you how many times I burned my tongue on this as a kid  impatiently waiting for it too cool just enough to devour it), but you can always pop it in the refrigerator and serve it chilled if that’s what you prefer.  Occasionally, I like to top mine with a sprinkle of cinnamon.

Homemade Vanilla Pudding
 
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Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • ½ cup sugar
  • 2 tbsp cornstarch
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • 1⅔ cups milk
  • 1 well-beaten Goldrich egg
  • 2 tbsp butter
  • 1 tsp vanilla
Instructions
  1. In a LARGE bowl, combine the sugar, cornstarch, and salt.
  2. Gradually stir in the milk and mix well.
  3. Cook, uncovered, on high in the microwave for 3 minutes. Stir.
  4. Cook, uncovered, on high for 3 minutes more, stirring after each minute.
  5. Gradually stir a small amount of the hot pudding into the beaten egg.
  6. Once the egg is tempered, return to the hot mixture and mix well.
  7. Cook, uncovered, on high for 30 seconds more, stirring after each 15 seconds.
  8. Add butter and vanilla. Stir until butter melts.

 

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Heart-Shaped Sugar Cookie Twists

Valentine's Sugar Cookie Heart Twists- perfect if you don't want to roll and cut out cookies

I have this delusion that I can draw.  I look at something and think, “I can totally draw that”.  But any time I actually attempt to draw something it looks like I used my feet with my left hand behind my back and my eyes closed.  There’s definitely some disconnect between what my brain thinks I am capable of and what my hand can actually produce.  I have the same issue with cookie decorating.  In my head, I can totally do it.  I wish I could decorate gorgeous sugar cookies like some of the amazingly talented cookie decorators out there (Sweet Sugar Belle, The Baked Equation, Bake at 350… just to name a few), but I’ve come to accept that it is just not one of my talents. 

I do still love sugar cookies though, especially when they’re soft with just a little crisp around the edges.  I made these sugar cookies last Christmas as wreaths (you can find them in my FREE Holiday Cookies eBook here) and decided to try them as hearts.  I think they turned out super cute- and best part, no icing needed!  Sometimes simple is best.

Valentine's Sugar Cookie Heart Twists- perfect if you don't want to roll and cut out cookies

These Heart-Shaped Sugar Cookie Twists would be perfect for Valentine’s Day!  If you’re able to send homemade treats to your kid’s school, these would be a great option.  I know my daughter’s teacher would appreciate that they are less mess and less sugar without icing or sprinkles.  :)

Heart-Shaped Sugar Cookie Twists
 
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Serves: 18
Ingredients
  • ¾ cup shortening
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 2½ cups flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • ⅛ tsp red gel food coloring
Instructions
  1. In the bowl of a stand mixer, combine shortening, sugar, eggs, and vanilla at medium speed until creamy.
  2. In a medium bowl, stir together flour, baking powder, and salt.
  3. Gradually add the dry ingredients to the wet, and slowly blend together.
  4. Beat until well combined, scraping the sides of the bowl as necessary.
  5. Divide the dough in half.
  6. Add the red food coloring to one half.
  7. Shape each color of dough into a ball, cover with plastic wrap, and place in the refrigerator to chill at least one hour.
  8. Preheat over to 400 degrees.
  9. Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper, set aside.
  10. Shape ½ tbsp - 1 tbsp of red dough into a 6- inch rope.
  11. Repeat with the plain dough.
  12. Place ropes side by side and twist together about six times.
  13. Form twisted ropes into a heart, gently pinching where the two meet.
  14. Bake for 8-9 minutes, until just golden brown on the bottoms.
  15. Transfer to wire rack to cool completely.

 

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