Super Bowl Sunday is right around the corner, and my boys are so excited about the Steelers being in it this year. My youngest son, Zachary, loves the Steelers and got to see them play earlier this year in Nashville against the Titans. I have started to compile my menu, and these Tomato-Goat Cheese Rounds will definitely be on the list. This recipe was featured on a television segment last year, and the station loved them. The producer of the show told me, “These are simple, pretty, and everyone will think you were in the kitchen for hours.” I used Belle Chevre Goat Cheese, one of my all time favorites. If you can’t find it, Boursin works great too.
Since I have been getting many requests for a quick brownie recipes, I thought I would give you a semi-homemade idea: Almond-Butter Topped Brownies. Start with your favorite brownie recipe or brownie mix (I used Duncan Hines) and top with almond butter, nuts and chocolate. These also work great with your favorite peanut butter or Nutella. These make a quick party dessert, bake sale item or Halloween treat.
This recipe is beyond simple. With only four ingredients: lemon pepper, shrimp, fresh lime juice and olive oil, that’s really all you need besides your favorite cocktail sauce. I used “Naturally Fresh” cocktail sauce (which I found at Whole Foods). I am teaching a cooking class for college students in two weeks, and this is perfect for them or anyone in a hurry who wants something fresh and delicious.