Check out that sandwich – seriously, it’s insane and unapologetically messy. The cheese oozes at the slightest pressure as you hold it and every bite is pretty much accompanied with a sandwich sweep of the plate to mop up the drippy egg yolk. Sure, it may not be the sexiest thing to eat in front of your husband, but there’s no other way to eat this.
This is one of those meals that Matt and I made together. I made the biscuits and he did his Epic Meatloaf. (Which by the way, I’m shamelessly pimping because it’s out-of-this-world good, click here for the recipe. Below will only be the recipe for biscuits). I ended up having to make a second batch of biscuits for the meatloaf leftovers that we turned into these sliders. Of course you can use any bread, but why would you skip this easy-to-make cheddar cheese and chive biscuit—it makes these sliders. Seriously. Along with that I layered the sliders with bacon, arugula, Roth 5 Peppercorn Raclette Cheese and a fried egg to top it all off.
Strawberry season is in full swing and I plan on keeping my refrigerator fully stocked until the end of it. Yep, I’m setting you up for a slew of strawberry recipes, like this one and few more.
For today, I’m keeping it simple with these Strawberry S’mores Bites. If you need any more convincing, these are great for entertaining—easy to make and always impressive. But it’s hard to go wrong with toasted marshmallow frosting and dipped chocolate.
I’m going to tell you right off—make these! They are insanely good. Think of it as a black and white cookie but with half of it being a brownie cookie from here and the other half being the oatmeal cookie from here. From there I decided to give it a caloric pump by making it a monster cookie with added chocolate chips, Pretzel M&Ms, and chocolate covered pretzels.
I know caloric overkill, but that’s a theme here now and again—load up on the butter and sugar, then find your balance with the healthy savory recipes from around here. Yep, I have total polar opposite taste when it comes to sweet and savory.