Inside: Do you want an apple cinnamon french toast casserole that isn’t too eggy and won’t make you wait until tomorrow? This recipe perfectly starts your day!
Apples bring us together. People have their favorite foods, sure. But there aren’t too many people that don’t love a good apple recipe.
What’s not to love? The scent of apples baking can take you right back to your favorite, most cozy memories.
This recipe is amazing, because it’s simple…but oh, so good! You’ll hate waiting while it bakes. But don’t worry. It’s worth the wait!
Inside: With the right recipes for make ahead cold lunches, you’ll save a ton of cash without using up too much of your time. These recipes are perfect!
You hand the cashier your debit card and get that familiar twinge of guilt. Yeah, you know you shouldn’t be buying lunch every day. Someone even tried to convince you to do the math and see how much money you’re spending on lunches every year. (Like you need even more guilt!)
It all sounds good, in theory. The problem is that getting lunch together every day is hard! You have to find the time to pack something. And frankly, you’re tired of the sandwich routine.
As someone who would “friend” the snooze button if it had a Facebook profile… I get it. My mornings are always rushed, and getting lunch together for the kids and Hubby is not something I have the time (or brain power) to do. But in our #yearofno, splurging on bought lunches isn’t on our approved list.
Inside: A few simple ingredients make these cream cheese and chicken taquitos the easiest recipe you’ll make all week! Snacks and lunches just got better!
Most Moms’ ears perk up when they hear the works quick, easy, and chicken. Who doesn’t want another simple (and affordable!) recipe to add to their collection??
That’s why I’m such a huge fan of this cream cheese and chicken taquito recipe. It’s as easy as making a sandwich would be. But I can make these ahead of time and put them in the fridge for lunches or snack time.
And, pssst, I’ve frozen these with success, too! I know “they” say cream cheese doesn’t freeze well, but we’ve had no problems with it.
Inside: Last minute dinner ideas can save you from another night of pizza deliveries. Get recipes that use ingredients you probably have on hand!
At least once a week around here, there comes a night when dinner time sneaks up on me. I’ll look at the clock, wonder what happened to my day, and realize that I’d better get something that looks like dinner put on the table!
Since our days of ordering pizza on the fly are over, it’s good to have a list of foods you can usually toss together with just a little effort using things you have on hand. I’m not saying this list will cut it if your pantry is down to nothing but a jar of pimentos and a bottle of hot sauce! (If that’s you, head over to learn more about grocery services like Kroger Clicklist instead. Trust me, you need this in your life!)
But if it’s a run of the mill evening and you’re too tired to create a recipe based on what you’ve got, don’t worry. It’s as simple as scrolling through this list of delicious recipes here!
Inside: These pickle dip roll ups are a quick lunch or appetizer, perfect for days when it’s just too hot to cook.
Do you ever just need a quick and easy recipe for lunch or maybe to take to a party?
Of course you do!
There are some days when it’s too hot to cook anything, but you really don’t want another PB&J. Roll ups can be a fun way to change it up a bit. And you can make them out of just about anything.
Tons of tried and true easy, cheap meals for large families. Make meal time less of a chore!
Waaaaay back in the day, I was a young girl in 4-H. My goal was to take every single cooking project. I did well enough to compete at the state level more than once, and even won an “Outstanding of the Day” award there for my bread. Which I probably work into more conversations than I should.
So, I have always enjoyed cooking and baking. But those competitions are a lot different from creating a meal night after night. Especially when you’re cooking for a large family.