Oven-Baked Spaetzle and Cheese

Oven Baked Spaetzle and Cheese // wishfulchef.com
It’s snowing today…AGAIN. To cure my cabin fever, I needed something comforting. Combining two of my favorite comfort foods, spaetzle and cheese, I ended up making a German-style Mac ‘N Cheese. What could be better?
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Sugar-Free Mini Pockets with Peanut Butter and Bananas

Sugar Free Mini Pockets with Peanut Butter and Bananas // wishfulchef.com
We all know that peanut butter and bananas make for a great combo, but wait until you try these flaky mini pockets. There is no added sugar in this recipe and only four ingredients are needed. Short on time for a special Super Bowl treat? This my friends, is the perfect last-minute dessert for game day…or any day in my book!
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Creamy Roasted Corn and Potato Soup

Creamy Roasted Corn and Potato Soup // wishfulchef.com
If you follow Wishful Chef you know I LOVE roasted vegetables. It’s one of the easiest ways to enjoy your veggies plus you’re adding some extra flavor in the process. This time I decided to oven roast some corn and potatoes and try something different by turning them into a decadent soup. The result is a deliciously creamy dish that’s great any time of year and ready in a flash!
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Black & White Sesame Cookies with 100% Whole Wheat

Black & White Sesame Cookies with 100% Whole Wheat // wishfulchef.com
Friday is Chinese New Year and I’m making quite a feast with my friends: pork dumplings, stir-fried Asian greens and these super delicious sesame cookies. They’re perfectly light, buttery and not too sweet. And best of all – like in most of my baking – I used 100% whole wheat flour and it works really well for these cookies. I could seriously eat them all in one sitting!
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Pan-Fried Pork Dumplings with Mushrooms

Pan Fried Pork Dumplings with Mushrooms // wishfulchef.com
The Lunar New Year, or Chinese New Year, is only a week away. It’s a wonderful time of year for family and friends to get together and celebrate. So for this post I wanted to showcase pan-fried Chinese dumplings. The best part (besides eating of course) is assembling them around the table with a good group of friends!
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How to Make Bacon Salt

How to Make Bacon Salt // wishfulchef.comAhh I love bacon…OK, only on occasion and primarily to add flavor to dishes like pancake syrup (yes, seriously!) and homemade gelato (yes, seriously!!). My bacon salt recipe is one of Wishful Chef’s most popular posts, and I think for good reason. It’s easy to make and allows you to have a little taste of bacon on things like chips, popcorn, tater tots or even cookies! Just in time for Superbowl Sunday!

If you love the taste of bacon and wish everything tasted like it, then this recipe is for you! Bacon salt is a simple seasoning that can bring so much flavor to a dish. And sorry to mislead you with the title but I actually used prosciutto to make the ‘bacon’ salt. I prefer using prosciutto slices because of their delicate and intense flavor. They’re paper thin, not as fatty and get extremely crisp and flaky after they’re baked. But if you don’t have prosciutto, bacon works just as well.
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Homemade Oven Roasted Tater Tots

Homemade Oven Roasted Tater Tots // wishfulchef.com
Why have I waited so long to make homemade tater tots? They’re SO much better than the frozen ones you buy at the store. I knew from the moment I was assembling them that this recipe would be a winner. These tater tots are perfectly fluffy on the inside and golden brown and crisp on the outside. Plus they’re healthier, baked and not fried with only a handful of ingredients: potatoes, olive oil, salt and pepper.
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