I have a confession to make, I am OBSESSED with Pinterest. Seriously, how in the world did we ever get along without it? Naturally my favorite things to pin and re-pin are food related. I have boards for…
- Food and Drinks
- Coffee (of course)
- Chocolate (of course, of course)
- Cakes and Cupcakes
- Soup and Stew
But that’s not all… recipes frequently show up on other boards devoted to health, Autumn, Summer, Winter, etc. I am a Foodie in every since of the word – completely infatuated with cooking and recipes.
Last night, I was certain I was the only person in the entire world thinking about Thanksgiving food. I created a board (Thanksgiving Plans) to start collecting and experimenting with Thanksgiving recipes, crafts, and decor. With each pin, I hoped that no one thought I’d completely gone around the bin!
As it turns out, if I’ve gone around the bin, I have company. Target’s wonderful blog, A BullseyeView apparently has a bit of Thanksgiving on the brain as well. The following FANTASTIC recipes are currently being featured on the blog. They’re sharing with my food blog readers because they’re cool like that. Truth is, I’d go around a bin with them anytime!
20 oz. lean ground turkey
1 cup Market Pantry Reduced Fat Sharp Cheddar Cheese
4 strips fully cooked turkey bacon, chopped
4 hamburger buns
Toppings: barbecue sauce, mayonnaise, lettuce, tomato
- Mix turkey, cheese and bacon in medium bowl. Form into 4 patties, 3/4-inch thick each.
- Meanwhile, heat large nonstick skillet on medium heat, and add patties. Cook about 5 minutes, until brown on bottom; turn over. Cook 5 to 6 minutes longer until fully cooked.
- Serve on buns with desired toppings.
It really shouldn’t surprise me that my brain’s on the same wavelength as Target’s. I’m in my local Target so much they probably think I live behind the building.
Below is something else they’ve creatively cooked up on A Bullseye View. These are Super S’mores: A Justice League Twist on a Campfire Classic!
How uncommonly adorable are these Super S’Mores??!! I could give you the recipe below, but instead I’d rather you click through and see everything for yourself. Click the link or the picture above to see the rest. A Bullseye View has really outdone themselves with this one.
Finally, if you love hummus anything like I do, you’ll want to check out the recipe for Garbanzo Bean and Peppadew Hummus Layered Dip (pictured below). I have absolutely zero experience with Peppadew, but it looks like a beautiful and delicious summertime hummus.