We’re not a big casserole family, but we do love (and the kids have been asking me to make) creamy spinach and chicken enchiladas. We also love Frank’s hot sauce. On buffalo chicken pizza, on buffalo chicken salads and even our homemade hot sauce – we love a good spicy kick to our food! SoClick to Continue »
When I first shared my recipe for homemade spaghetti o’s, I said I would develop a recipe for meatballs to go with it. Eight states, 2500 miles and over a year later, my 15 minute Italian meatball recipe is finally ready and kid-tested with two very enthusiastic thumbs up.
I am notorious for waiting until the very last second to start dinner. That’s one reason why I started making slow cooker chicken in the first place – I knew the chicken would be ready in time for dinner! When we want to eat a whole chicken – and not just eat shredded chicken –Click to Continue »
Traditionally when I think of a slow cooker, I think of thick, hearty soups like slow cooker white chicken chili. But with a very hot summer approaching, I plan to use my slow cooker as often as possible to cook as many meals as possible, starting with classic slow cooker chicken.
I love meat. It tastes good, has easy to digest proteins, B vitamins and iron. But it can be a killer to my grocery budget – even when I use all my tips to save on meat. To offset this, I serve a meatless main dish to help stretch our budget, like this slow cooker meatless lasagna. ThatClick to Continue »
Have you ever been so busy that you forgot to come up with a plan for dinner? Let me guess, silly question? Well it happened to me A LOT when we were living in our one-bedroom apartment this past winter. It’s a humbling thought too considering I make the time to create a hold-your-hand typeClick to Continue »
Turkey on whole wheat. No cheese, a little bit of lettuce, lots of pickles, lots of olives, just a few jalapenos. Mayonnaise and mustard. Back in my college days, that was the sandwich I ordered every time I went to Subway and I loved every bite. Until I learned about nitrates. I immediately broke upClick to Continue »
The winter months are all about comfort food to me. I want chilis, soups, or casseroles. But comfort food has gotten a bad rap. Especially casseroles. Most people think of casseroles as being full of fat, processed foods, and preservatives. NOT so!! I promise you that with a few simple swaps, you can serve yourClick to Continue »