Spicing Up Your Taste Buds! 

Have you ever needed to impress someone with a meal and with little to no time to prepare?  Well fear no more!  I have the most perfect meal that is quick and sure to impress!  Drum roll please!

Cajun fettuccine and apple pie!

I know these two may not sound like a match made in heaven but believe me both are delicious!

Cajun fettuccine

1 lbs shrimp

Andouille sausage

Fettuccine noodles

Heavy cream 1 pint


“Slap ya mama” seasoning or other Cajun seasoning

Parmesan cheese

Bring a small pot of water to a rolling boil and cook your andouille sausage for 20 minutes if needed.  I am only telling you this because I thought mine was precooked and come to find out nope, so it kind of threw my timing off.

Next, boil a large pot of water and follow the directions on the package to cook your fettuccine. 

During this time that the fettuccine is cooking, take out a large skillet that is deep and start cooking your shrimp with a small amount of oil.  Season shrimp with garlic and pepper.  You will not need to season with salt because the Cajun seasoning has salt in it.  Once shrimp is pink add cut up andouille sausage.

Next, cover the sausage and shrimp with the heavy cream and bring to a simmer. Be careful not to add to much cream just cover the top of the Sausage and shrimp add Cajun seasoning.  Then add noodles, mix, add parsley and cheese on top, and serve!

Yum yum yum!  Absolutely fell in love with this dish!  So quick and so flavorful and delicious!

Excuse this beyond awkward pose but It was hot and let’s just be honest…. I’m an awkward human being sometimes.

Quick and easy apple pie!

Nothing says summer like a slice of apple pie with a scoop of ice cream! This apple pie was surprisingly easy, minus the part when I ripped my pilsbury pie crust not once, but twice and literally had a melt down like a small child. < sorry for the run on sentence.  Just thought I’d share that just so you know things do not always go as planned.

What you’ll need:

6 peeled apples preferably green

2 tbsp of flour

1 cup sugar

A pinch of salt

1 tbsp cinnamon

1/4 tsp nutmeg

1 tbsp lemon juice

Pilsbury pie crust

First start by preheating oven to 425.  Peel apples, which is a pain in the rear, and then cut into thin slices.  Place apple slices into a bowl with sugar, flour, cinnamon, nutmeg, and lemon juice.  Mix all together.

Once mixed together, place pie crust in ungreased pie dish and press firmly.  Add Apple fillings to the pie crust and then lay second pie crust over the top.

You can seal the edge with your fingers or a fork.

Make sure to cut slits in your pie so the steam can be released.

Put foil around the edges so the outter crust does not burn while cooking.  Remove during last 15 minutes.

Bake for 45 minutes at 425 degrees!  This pie made my house smell amazing!  It was the first pie I have ever made and I was so happy with the final proudut!

We let the apple pie sit for about 2 hours somehow and then completely indulged!

I hope y’all will give these recipes a try and let me know what you think! Thanks for stopping by! XOXO!

One thought on “Spicing Up Your Taste Buds! ”

  1. Made this meal and it was delicious! Thank you Hannah! You are the best and a great cook all around! I am excited to see what you have next on here! Following you and I love your awkward picture! You are so beautiful!

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