This was a delicious dish, and I can't wait to make it again. Instead of grilling the veggies, we popped them in the oven for 10-15 minutes. Everything else was done according to the recipe posted below. We picked tri-color rotini to add extra color. ----> Made By Girl guest post recipe
I really like crispy edges, so I leave it in the oven for a tad longer.
While the veggies were cooling and the pasta was cooking, we chatted for a bit at the table. I have this cute mini Christmas tree on top of it, and it is adding quite the festive cheer during the evenings. Once the pasta was al dente, we strained it and threw in the veggies. I also added extra olive oil & garlic salt.
Let the mix sit for a couple minutes for the flavours to infuse the pasta, and serve!
P.S. If you're a cheese fiend like me, don't forget the parmesan. =)
Chocolate Millionaire Cookies
These babies were done in 15 minutes. Why, you ask? Because it was a 'cookie in a jar' recipe, where all the contents were layered and ready to mix with milk, eggs, and vanilla extract. If you find these jars during your shopping adventures, pick one up for a friend who enjoys baking. The Boy and I had tons of fun eating these over the weekend while watching Home Alone.
Here are a few DIY recipes: Cowboy Cookie Mix, Country Oatmeal Cookie Mix, and Special Butterscotch Cookie Mix.
What have you all been eating lately? Any fun recipes I should try?