The perfect combo of jalapeno poppers and baked macaroni & cheese baked up into absolute creamy, spicy, and cheesy goodness. This is an easy to make dinner recipe that the whole family will love!
Tag: family dinner
A family friendly meal, Dorito pie (or casserole) is layers of crushed Doritos, ground beef filling, salsa, cheese, and sour cream. A hearty casserole all baked up to golden, cheesy loveliness that the whole family will love.
Creamy and cheesy potatoes are topped with buttery corn flakes and baked until they are warm and bubbling. A perfect recipe for parties, holidays, family gatherings, and potlucks! I have ideas for healthier substitutions and variations that guarantees this will stay on your menu rotation.
This creamy seafood manicotti is the stuff legends are made of. Inspired by one of my favorite dishes at Olive Garden, you'll be looking for every excuse you can find to make this!
This easy dinner whips up fast in the Instant Pot and is a great recipe for Instant Pot beginners and those looking to get a family meal on the table in a quick hurry.
This classic white pizza sauce is very simple to make with only four ingredients and a few minutes. This one uses olive oil instead of butter without sacrificing flavor, one bit! Add a bit of Parmesan cheese, if you like!
A favorite in our family, this is srsly the BEST homemade sloppy joe sauce. Easy to make and freeze...you'll adore this one!
An easy recipe that is as impressively beautiful as it is delicious. Master this recipe and you'll always have a company friendly dish! Utilizes puff pastry and ground beef to make it easy and inexpensive.
If you are like me, even a little bit then you are in a constant struggle against time and guilt. You feel guilty that you aren't making your family the beautiful meals you see on Pinterest and Instagram. Yet you know that your time needs to be spent on other priorities. Work, bills, family schedules, and the list goes on. It's a game you play with yourself...how many days do you need to make a home-cooked meal to offset feeding them take out, yet again
Suppertime in my home is still a bit of a mess. It feels like since we moved to the city almost two years ago and put the kids into "proper" public school our schedules are still catching up. For the most part, we've adjusted. But I still