Sandra always has a sweet spot for dessert! She starts by whipping up Berry Cookie Cobblers! Next, Sandra shows us how easy it is to prepare Rum Raspberry Trifles and Banana Purses. Sandra's also pouring out Rose Sangrias, and Sorbet Shots.
Sandra shows us how to create some of her favorite "Take-Out" dishes. First, Sandra tosses up a Goat Cheese and Prosciutto Pizza with Kahlua Tiramisu. Next is Pan-Fried Dumplings and Wonton Napoleons, and Chorizo Taquitos, and Beer Margaritas.
In this episode, Sandra shows us how to whip up some of her favorite candy treats. First, she'll show us how to make Caramel Popcorn Cones. Then, we'll create Marshmallows Covered in Colored Fondant Popsicle Sticks, Meringue Kisses, and Cherry Lollipops.
In this episode, Sandra whips up us some simple and sexy foods. First, we toss up Salad Chinois. Then, we'll drink up Bellinis. Sandra prepares Salmon with Chive Sauce, and Tropical Rice. And for dessert, Sandra makes White and Dark Chocolate Fondues.
Sandra shows us how to make one of her favorite comfort foods, Beefy Stew. Then, we find out how to prepare Speedy Swedish Meatballs with an upscale twist! Next, we see how easy it is to stir up Noodles Alfredo. For dessert, Sandra is making Bread Pudding.
Here are three easy and different ways to jazz-up Mac n' Cheese:
Time for some Turkey! Sandra prepares her tastiest bird ever, along with her Semi-Homemade stuffing! Plus, Sandra will show us her Thanksgiving Day Emergency Fixes. For dessert, we'll find out how to make tasty Pumpkin Bundts and Wassail.
Today, we're heading outside for a Semi-Homemade Weekend Gathering BBQ. Sandra is firing up some Baby Back Ribs with Baked Beans. Then, we'll see how Sandra prepares Beer Salmon. For the kids, Sandra whips up Hamburger Dogs. And no BBQ would be complete without a Chocolate Buttermilk Pie.
Sandra prepares Smoked Salmon and Olive Blinis. Then Sandra shows us how to create Tea Sandwiches. Next, She whips up her Meringue Hearts with Raspberry Fondue. Finally, Sandra shows us how to make her trademark Cupcake Centerpiece Fall.
Sandra shows us how to whip up some festive Holiday Treats. Sandra's making a Star of David Food Cake, Classic Holiday Wreath Cake and a Kwanzaa Celebration Cake. Then, we'll see how to make a Christmas Crescent Ring, and Sugar Plum Pops.
Today, Sandra is preparing Semi-Homemade Cookies, Cakes and Cupcakes. Sandra shows us how easy it is to make a Triple Chocolate Layer Cake, and a Strawberry Crème Cake,
In this show, Sandra shows us her Semi-Homemade take on Tapas. First, Sandra bakes up Black Bean Quesadillas with some Sangrias! Then, we learn how to prepare Oriental Pork Wrappers, served on Oriental soup spoons. Next, we find out how to make Sesame Chicken Drumettes.
To make a great cheese platter, use a variety of cheeses like goat cheese, sheep cheese, brie cheese, blue cheese, and sharp cheddar. Chop some toasted nuts, parsley, and dill and just roll the cheeses in it - they'll look beautiful! Place the cheeses on the platter and make sure to garnish with some grapes. Your guests will love them!
In this episode, Sandra is throwing a Semi-Homemade Dinner Party. First, it's tasty Crabby Bisque! After soup, Sandra tosses up a Candied Walnut Butter Salad. For the main course, it's Steak Pinwheels. For dessert, Frosty Lemon Chiffon Pie.
To make a wonderful party favor, purchase some boxed chocolates, and wrap them individually in tissue, then tie them with a ribbon. Place the chocolates on a decorative cake plate and leave it buy the door. Your guests will love them!
In this episode, it's all about chocolate---rich, delicious, sensuous Semi-Homemade chocolate desserts! First, Sandra shows us how to prepare Chocolate Truffles. Next, Sandra bakes up a Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Cake. Then, we see how Sandra makes Butterscotch Bon-Bons
To make beautiful chocolate displays, first run over to the craft store and purchase some topiaries, all different sizes, and some boxed chocolates. Pierce the individual chocolates with a tooth pick and tack them on the topiaries. Then when you're done, decorate it with a little silk ribbon. They're beautiful and delicious!
If you want to embellish some store-bought caramel apples, all you need to do is baste them with corn syrup, roll them in chopped nuts, and that's it! They take no time and save you lots of money!
Join Sandra as she throws a Beach Bash. With a little prep work, you can pack up your cooler with Sandra's stress free summer recipes for Crab Bake Shrimp &Avocado Salad; Basmati Rice with Lobster Stock, a Beach Cake plus the Beach Paradise cocktail.