It's a nice change from regular chili, especially if tomatoes give your spouse heartburn! This chili is comforting, yet light at the same time. This is a dish I bring to family gatherings often because you can get it started ahead of time and just forget about it while letting the flavors all meld together.
With Thanksgiving right around, the corner I felt like it was a great time to share this recipe with all of you. Even though I love making ham as part of our Easter dinner, this slow cooker ham is wonderful for any holiday or even as a regular Sunday dinner!
This is the ultimate treat for hot chocolate lovers, you’ll never want to use a dry mix again! This slow cooker hot chocolate puts those little packets of powder to shame, it’s rich and creamy and perfect for a party.
We like to make meals throughout the week, and throw in our left over meats to make Jambalaya!If you are new to jambalaya, it’s a kind of smorgasbord of goodness you will fall in love with I promise. Seems like a strange combination but when sausage, shrimp, chicken, rice, and peppers all come together in a red sauce with cajun seasonings, it’s pure magic.
CrockPot Lasagna Soup is the perfect weeknight dinner! In this easy recipe, the slow cooker does all of the work to bring the goodness of lasagna and the comfort of soup together into one amazing meal.
I give you the option to use fresh OR canned OR jarred tomatoes! Either way I make it... there is NEVER leftovers in our house! One time I even made TRIPLE the sauce... and still- nope. Once you try this authentic sauce you made with pure love/ you'll never go back to store bought crap.
I’m always juggling burners and the oven to get everything to the table hot.. Cooking stuffing in a slow cooker, is pure genius! That and there is NEVER enough stuffing in the turkey! You can even make this ahead of time, to cut the time of cooking on Thanksgiving Day!
You know what I love about this pie? That you can be TERRIBLE at making pies and this one ALWAYS turns out the best! Why? because its literally no effort. Slab this here, slab that there, fold, and VOILA!
These muffins might not be the healthiest, but they sure as hell are healthy looking! Make this recipe for a delicious dessert. If you want to make them for breakfast, throw a handful of oatmeal at them before cooking, and VOILA! It's basically breakfast. I won't tell if you don't, ;)
As little ones transition from babies to active toddlers, they are usually on the go nonstop from morning until night! Toddlers will actually need more nutrients per pound of body weight to fuel all this energy. But still, their tummies are still small, that is why it is more important than ever to fill each meal with nutrient rich ingredients to make every bite count. Good nutrition for toddlers includes a mix of foods containing these essential nutrients: iron, protein, calcium, vitamins A, C, and D, fiber, DHA and other omega-3 fatty acid's and pre-and probiotics.
Most of us have been there at one time or another. Money is tight, and we still have to make sure everyone is fed. It can tempting to just pick up cheap processed food, and honestly there's no shame in the occasional KD for dinner, but it's actually still more costly than cooking from scratch, not the mention less healthy and wholesome. And yes, cooking from scratch takes a bit more time, BUT, take a deep breath, get the kids involved, use the tried-and-true tips below, and the MP meal planner, and before you know it you'll be enjoying planning and making meals and save money. Let's go!