Naysayers believe that you shouldn’t make Italian food for a romantic dinner, but I will most definitely risk some serious garlic breath on Valentine’s Day for a batch of these heart-shaped garlic knots.
Along with spaghetti, meatballs, and homemade marinara sauce, these easy-to-make garlic knot hearts are the finishing touch for a perfect plate. I would know, I made them for my boyfriend, and I wound up eating the majority myself before I even set them out for dinner. I’m not even the tiniest bit ashamed to admit that.
Before you go all crazy telling me what a great idea this is, let me apologize. I did not make this recipe up. I saw this recipe for Buffalo Chicken Pull-Apart Bread from Bev Cooks on Pinterest, and knew I had to try it out for myself, with a few adaptations to suit my tastes and make it easier.
This is basically buffalo chicken pizza in a loaf… a loaf of bread you can pull apart and eat. And share. Or not. But wait! There’s more…
Hot. Tempting. Perfectly tanned. Introducing the pretzel, ladies and gentlemen. You’ve had them in tiny twists, soft braids, and buttery mall-bought goodness, but you just never get sick of pretzels. Really, you never get sick of them. I worked at Auntie Anne’s from the time I was 15 to 22, and pretzels are still one of my favorite foods—to the point that I’ve had the strongest urge lately to make some at home.
As a self-proclaimed pretzel aficionado, I wanted to make something innovative from my favorite snack. Something you could pat with butter, sprinkle with cinnamon, or even stuff with ham and cheese. That’s when I remembered Laugenbrötchen, the German pretzel-rolls that I saw once during a visit in New York City. But wait! There’s more…
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