Creamy Chicken Enchilada Soup takes all the flavor and cheesiness you expect from enchiladas and turns them into a quick and easy bowl of low carb awesome. Plus, it’s keto friendly!
One Dish Meal
Cheesy Broccoli and Sausage with Cauliflower Rice is a quick, filling dinner with low carb veggies, cheese, and sausage. A rice skillet dish has always been a go to comfort food for me. Substituting cauliflower rice makes this dish low carb friendly without sacrificing flavor or texture. Adjust the vegetable amounts to reduce the carb…
Manwich Macaroni Goulash is my quick and easy recipe that both pleases my family and shares the tangy traditions with them that I had growing up. You can use any of these three Manwich flavors to make it your own. Have fun trying them all!
When it comes to cooking no one in this household will deny that my husband reigns supreme on breakfasts. He’s just better at them, no matter what I try, unless it’s a casserole. I win hands down on breakfast casseroles. He’s been hinting to me for the past few months that he wants breakfast casserole. Mainly…
The weather is cold but the excitement is hot when it comes to the big game. The only way to properly celebrate is by creating a delicious food spread to enjoy while watching the game from the big screen. Well, the biggest screen you have in your living room that is.
Today I’m sharing my fully loaded steak fajita chili. Not only does it taste amazing served up in a big bowl topped completely with all the fixin’s, but it’s also perfect for some fajita chili themed chili dogs, chili fries, chili mac or just about anything else you can dream up to put chili on.
I have the gift of being a pantry chef. Okay, I’m not technically a chef if you’re going by official definitions, but I do have this amazing ability to look in my fridge, freezer and pantry, pull out a collection of ingredients and create a delicious, better for you meal. My husband loves that I have this ability, but he tells me sometimes I expect him to do the same thing, especially when I’m either sick or so busy I need him to take on dinner.
To help him out I’m creating a collection of “pantry” recipes he can use as a go to list. These recipes will all be created using ingredients that I normally have on hand, so he’ll be able to run through the list and find at least one recipe that will work.
The first recipe in our pantry recipe collection is One Dish Chicken and Orzo Salad.
For years we’ve been making runza casserole. It’s been a family favorite, and while we’ve tried a few variations to the recipe, the original recipe is the one that has always been our favorite. It never occurred to me to take it in a completely different direction and recreate some of our other favorite sandwich…
This recipe is too good not to share, and I’ve been wanting to share it for awhile now. This time around I decided to pick up some Hillshire Farm® Polska Kielbasa. As a nod to the community I grew up in, which was largely of Polish ancestry, a Polish sausage, which is the translation of Polska Kielbasa, was often served with cooked cabbage. So, this dish is sort of a cultural tour of my own personal upbringing, combining the German and Polish influences, which makes it a bit more special to me.
I love it when peppers are on sale! It means I get to create some fantastic pepper recipes and share them with you! This recipe is great because it’s easy to customize based on what you have on hand or what’s on sale. Around here peppers can get quite pricy so it’s nice to know if…
One thing I love when the air gets crisp and cool and the leaves start to change color is none other than a thick, spicy bowl of chili! I’m a fan of a strong chili powder and cumin flavor in my chili recipe, but I also love to stir in different ingredients to give my chili the same general consistency and flavor, with a little variety each time.
Today I’m sharing my basic chili recipe with all of you. This is a recipe that has won me the hearts of chili fans all over, as well as top praise at chili contests (among my co workers, at least).