Hey, you! Yeah, you, the gal looking for an easy baked potato wedges recipe. I have one for ya! This recipe is super easy and tasty.Continue reading “Easy Baked Potato Wedges Recipe”
Hope you’re having a beautiful day! Today, on mrsprofresh.com, I am sharing a delicious smoked gouda burger recipe. It’s easy to make and perfect for your summer shenanigans.Continue reading “Smoked Gouda Burger with Jalapeños”
Happy, happy hump day, my lovelies! I hope you’re off to a great start today. Today, on the blog, I am sharing my morning protein smoothie recipe. This is a personal favorite for the mornings I don’t cook breakfast; I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!Continue reading “My Morning Protein Smoothie Recipe”
Today, on ze blog, I am sharing how to make perfect edible floral ice cubes for delectable cocktail drinks. These floral ice cubes will go perfectly with the latest cocktail creation, You Empress Me, that was shared on this blog post. By the way, if you love sweet cocktails, I highly recommend to try it!Continue reading “How to Make Perfect Edible Floral Ice Cubes”
Today, on mrsprofresh.com, I am sharing a sweet, refreshing, and tasty gin cocktail with the one and only, Empress 1908 Gin.Continue reading “Empress 1908 Gin – You Empress Me Cocktail Recipe”
Valentine’s Day is officially around the corner and you can bet I am already thinking of all the cute ways to celebrate, hence, this blog post. This past weekend, I pulled out my heart-shaped waffle maker and was inspired to create a beautiful spread that was perfect for brunch. My cute little niece was a part of the action, and based on her excitement, I think any kid would agree that this heart-shaped waffle maker is perfect for Valentine’s Day. So what was supposed to be a morning of creating a beautiful brunch charcuterie board turned into a fun activity with the niece. I kid you not, she probably ate like 20 mini waffles, haha.Continue reading “This Heart-Shaped Waffle Maker is Perfect for Valentine’s Day”
Hello, beautiful! Thank you for tuning in for another recipe. Today, on the blog, I am sharing a delicious (and easy) homemade roasted tomato basil soup recipe. It will be perfect as cold weather approaches this fall/winter season!Continue reading “Homemade Roasted Tomato Basil Soup”
Today is officially the first day of fall – which also means it’s the anniversary of mrsprofresh.com. When I first launched the blog under missprofresh.com in 2016, my very first blog post was a pumpkin spice latte recipe. Surprise, surprise – haha. Anyway, if you know me, you know I love a delish #psl on any given day from late August to November. Since my old website is long gone (and lost), I thought today was the perfect day to “resurface” my first blog post from four years ago – A Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe.Continue reading “A Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe”
Nothing like a YUMMY and FRESH-out-the-oven funfetti or strawberry cupcake on your birthday, huh?!? Well, at least in our house. We LOVE funfetti and strawberry flavored cupcakes. The hubby’s birthday was yesterday and I knew I wanted to bake a batch of cupcakes with a delicious healthy frosting recipe. The good news? I found one worth sharing!
I love to give credit where it’s due so I’ll link the original recipe here. The only reason I modified it was because I prefer a subtle hint of sweet, not a fan of sweet frosting. (And when I read to use one cup of powdered sugar, I was like, “No way, Jose.” But this is a judgement-free zone – you do you, honey.)
Here is what you’ll need to make my version:
- 2 cups of non-fat plain greek yogurt (I used 3 Chobani cups.)
- 4 tablespoons of white powdered sugar, or to taste (for a sweeter flavor, add more)
- 2 teaspoons of pure vanilla extract
Drain the greek yogurt by placing a strainer over a bowl. Add the yogurt on the strainer and wrap it with plastic wrap to cover the yogurt.
Place the yogurt in the fridge to drain. The recommended time to drain is at least 2 hours but overnight is preferred. (I drained the yogurt for two days but not on purpose…I just couldn’t finish the process sooner.)
Once the yogurt is drained, add it to a clean bowl. Next, you will add the remaining ingredients – powdered sugar and vanilla extract. Mix until the mixture thickens.
Let the frosting begin! Be sure to wait until the cupcakes (or cake) are cool enough to frost, otherwise, the frosting will melt away.
I used a zip blog bag to create cute designs – or least I tried to create cute designs, LOL!
If you decide to try this frosting, please let me know your thoughts! The hubby liked it so you can bet I will continue to use this recipe in the future.
Can you believe Cinco de Mayo is only one week away?!? Sayyyy wuuuuuut?!? Ironically, I’ve created my version of a tasty strawberry mint margarita just in time for the occasion. This recipe was created last week on a whim and shared the process through Instagram stories! I had no clue how it would turn out but thank goodness it turned out to be delish!