Oven Crisp Chicken Wings. I made these for Super Bowl Sunday and oh my word, were they good. Not too hard to make, either! I left out the butter part and just sprayed foil with cooking spray instead. They were crisp, had great flavor, and really pretty easy to make! The cayenne pepper does give them a little kick, so I would adjust the amount for your taste. This will definitely be my go-to for making wings.
Strawberry Red Velvet Crinkle Cookies from Lindsay's Sweet World. Lindsay shared this cookie recipe last month and I instantly wanted to try them myself. I am not a fan of strawberry cake, so I instead thought of red velvet, in keeping with a Valentine's Day theme. She definitely was not lying when she said the dough is super sticky. I tried rolling one in the powdered sugar and it was a major fail. I was super rushed on time, because I last minute decided to make these before dinner, which also needed to be made in the oven, so I just put them on the cookie sheet and put powdered sugar on top of the dough. They didn't crinkle when they baked (because I didn't make them properly!), but boy were they DELICIOUS. And only 4 ingredients, too. I would definitely recommend making these, maybe when you have a tiny bit more time though, so you can handle the dough properly and get the pretty crinkle look hers have in the picture.
Crispy Mustard-Roasted Chicken by Ina Garten. This is SO GOOD. It takes a bit to bake, but really isn't hard at all to put together. I imagine you could also roast some veggies on the same pan as you cook and have a full, one pan meal. I also think you could interchange the mustard with a peppercorn spread, or something similar. I did not use the thyme and lemon zest, because I am not all that crazy about thyme and I don't have a zester, but honestly, I didn't miss either one at all - it still felt like a delicious meal. While I didn't as many new recipes as I had hoped in February, the ones I did were definitely winners! What new recipes have you made lately? Linking up with Whitney and Lindsay.