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Monday, January 24, 2011

Kraft Philadelphia Cooking Creme Santa Fe Blend

   This week at the Real Women of Philadelphia we are celebrating with the Santa Fe Blend Kraft Cooking Creme.  I have a great new recipe to have a fun Fiesta night at your house called a Santa Fe Pizza Bowl.  So easy thanks to Kraft, you will have time for your own personal siesta.  I love this recipe for a few reasons, one it's delicious, two it's easy to prepare, three it presents well, and four it's fun since everyone can customize their own bowl.  My eight year old loved filling his pizza bowl with all of his favorite toppings.  I find when kids get involved with the preparing of their food they tend to be less picky.  My three boys (husband included) who all love pizza also enjoyed having a pizza bowl to eat this taco salad in as opposed  to a corn tortilla bowl.  I hope you will pick up some of this great new Cooking Creme by Kraft.  It is so good you could serve it alone as a dip or use it as a base for a variety of dishes.  The Santa Fe blend would be delicious in your favorite layered bean dip, your game day nachos, over eggs at breakfast, with pasta, meatloaf, or in a Santa Fe burger.  It has the perfect blend of milk, cheese, red bell peppers, onions, garlic, chipotle chili peppers, lime, and jalapeno.  Not to worry it is not too spicy, even the young ones are going to love it.  So when you feel like adding some zest to your cooking with out much time or money think Kraft Cooking Creme.  You can find at the link above my recipe and how to video.  You can also find many other terrific free recipes at the Real Women of Philadelphia.  It is an incredible online cooking club that is free to join, it has made my time in the kitchen fun and easy.  So what are you waiting for, there is nothing to lose, only friendships to be made, and lots of great cooking tips and recipes at your fingertips.  BTW you don't have to be a woman, there are great male cooks on the site as well.

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