Create this amazingly delicious weeknight skillet dinner by sautéing ground turkey breast with soy sauce, teriyaki sauce, brown rice, and peas and carrots. This is so kid friendly, my daughter loves it! If you’d like, finish it off with a drizzle of zesty sriracha sauce to spice up your meal 🔥
Another skillet recipe, this time savory! They’re such an easy weeknight dinner because these mini entrees are semi-DIY. Each mini cornbread skillet has a warm, crumbly base and it’s topped with flavorful store-bought pulled pork. They’re topped with melted cheese, green onions, and a spicy kick of jalapeños. They make a delightful appetizer or main […]
This easy garlic cheese bread loaf is a delicious and semi-DIY side dish that pairs perfectly with pasta or soup…just in time for Fall! It has a crispy exterior infused with buttery garlic flavors and it’s filled with melted cheese. By using store-bought dough and a simple mixture of garlic, butter, and mozzarella cheese, you […]
Breakfast is the first meal I started making “by myself” when I got out of high school. Believe it or not, I never had scrambled eggs growing up. Google and online recipes weren’t quite as accessible back then (circa 2001), so I had to do some research on how to make them 😂 Once I […]
Weeknight pizza is always a kid-favorite and a staple around our house. Using fresh pizza dough is key, and you’ll be surprised at how quick and easy this is to make. If you have kids around the house, they’ll LOVE helping out!
An easy Summertime Snack mix filled with Rice Chex, M&Ms, and Oreos. Definitely a kids favorite on pool days!
I love easy weeknight meals, and this Instant Pot BBQ chicken is one of my favorite things to make. I used a few “healthier” swaps and it’s a hit with kids and adults. Serve it with buns as a sandwich or just the BBQ chicken by itself!
This cornbread is loaded with flavor! I doctored a Dolly Parton cornbread mix with a few extra ingredients, and it was most certainly a crowd pleaser.
These chimichangas are such a popular dinner request at my house. They’d be perfect for Cinco de Mayo. Fill them with anything extra that you like, and don’t forget the dipping sauce!
This dip is so delicious and right on time for Cinco de Mayo. I adapted it from a recipe that I had found to make it a little more user-friendly and creamier. It would most definitely be amazing for parties or Taco Tuesday!
Such a simple way to make pasta but OH SO GOOD! I used heart-shaped pasta to theme it for Valentine’s Day. The topping is a mix of garlic, olive oil, and red pepper. It’ll have the whole house smelling like a dream.
So easy and very kid-friendly! This Valentine’s-inspired casserole has minimal ingredients, and it’s perfect on top of pasta or served with a salad. Best part is that the little ones can definitely help out with the assembly!
I have always loved slow cooker dinners, and this is no exception. You put everything into the pot at once and just let it sit! It’s very easy to customize with different gravy mixes, veggies, and spices. Perfect for an easy winter meal.
The most delicious and simple breakfast casserole. This is an all-time favorite that I got from a coworker years ago. It’s easy to customize and kids can definitely help along!