Top Pinterest Recipes – 4th of July Week

According to Ziplist, these are the most Top Pinterest Recipes - 4th of July Week

Top Pinterest Recipes - 4th of July Week

Top Pinterest Recipes

Banoffee Pie recipe Pizza Logs
Banoffee Pie recipe Pizza Logs
Pork Ribs with Smoky Bacon Barbecue Sauce recipe Marinated Brisket
Pork Ribs with Smoky Bacon
Barbecue Sauce recipe
Marinated Brisket
Grilled Chicken Tacos recipe Oven Baked Zucchini Chips
Grilled Chicken Tacos recipe Oven Baked Zucchini Chips
Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Pina Colada Poke Cake
Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Pina Colada Poke Cake
Spiked Strawberry Lemon Spritzer recipe Chicken-Apricot Skewers
Spiked Strawberry Lemon
Spritzer recipe
 Chicken-Apricot Skewers

What do you think? Are these recipes you’re interested in making?

Top Pinterest Recipes – Details

The Oven Baked Zucchini Chips from Skinny Ms is on the most pinned recipe list for the second week!  Her recipe is pretty simple and uses ingredients that are easy to find in most grocery stores. She combines a large zucchini which is cut thinly with panko breadcrumbs, grated parmesan cheese, salt, pepper, garlic powder, cayenne pepper, and low fat milk to make these crunchy snacks.

New on the list this week in the Banoffee Pie recipe from Epicurious. I’ve seen a slew of Banoffee recipes and I have no clue what Banoffee is. Turns out it’s an English dessert made with bananas, cream, and dulce de leche (made from boiled condensed milk) with a crust made from crumbled cookies (or biscuits as the English call them) and butter. Some versions include  chocolate or mocha flavors. The word “banoffee” is made by putting together “toffee” and “banana.”

I’m not a milk caramel fan – I prefer caramel made with butter so I’m not sure a banoffee pie is in my future. What about you? Are you a butter toffee or milk toffee fan?

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  1. Kate F.