In this irresistible, fragrant dinner, the flavors of French onion soup are combined with pasta and asparagus. It's a big hit in our family, and something even my picky kids will eat!
In this comforting casserole, pierogies are smothered in a creamy sauce and then topped with gooey cheese, crisp bacon and fresh tomatoes. This is a family favorite for sure!
In this recipe, fluffy buttermilk pancakes are flavored with cinnamon and topped with a sweet, decadent compound butter made with peaches and brown sugar. Drizzle them with maple syrup, and you're in for a real treat!
After major candy-receiving holidays like Easter or Halloween, we always have a surplus of sweet treats in the house -- more than my boys could possibly eat, and MUCH more than I WANT them to eat. I don't want it around tempting me either! My solution is to make a batch of these cookies. Candy bars are chopped up and stirred into the cookie dough. When the batch of cookies is gone, so is the temptation! You can use any combination of candy bars you like for this recipe. The recipe makes 9 dozen cookies, so feel free to halve it, or to make it all and freeze half; it freezes really well.
These little burgers are loaded with big flavor! They're sweet and spicy at the same time, with a nice crunch from the crushed macadamia nuts. The pineapple mayonnaise is a surprising and delicious condiment!
This Greek-style quinoa is loaded with fresh, crisp veggies and tossed in a tangy dressing. Make an entire batch of it on Sunday, and have a healthy, delicious lunch for every day of the work week!
With their tangy flavor, moist texture, and crackly sugar coating, these muffins are perfect for a quick breakfast, a fun after-school snack, or an Easter brunch with family.
Use whatever seasonal fruit you'd like in this refreshing fruit salsa. Paired with fresh cinnamon tortilla chips, this is an addictive and delicious snack!
The deliciousness of this pasta dish lies in its simplicity. The roasted tomatoes and creamy pesto sauce are such a perfect combination of flavors. Its flavor is complex, but it's ready in minutes!
In this recipe, chicken strips are breaded, fried, doused in hot sauce, and sandwiched between flour tortillas with avocado and cheese. The cool, creamy avocado counterbalances the spicy chicken perfectly. This is such a fun dinner to kick up your weeknight!
In this twist on classic chicken Marsala, the chicken is wrapped with bacon and rosemary is added to the sauce. The salty bacon and earthy rosemary complement the Marsala perfectly!
Wanna be a rock star at your Fourth of July cook-out? Serve your friends this beer cheese dip, and everyone will be clamoring for the recipe! The beer adds such a wonderful tangy quality to the dip, and it's so creamy and addictive. It's good served warm or at room temperature, with a big pile of pretzels for dipping.
In this stove-top version of macaroni and cheese, bacon and broccoli are stirred in for added texture and flavor. You can use any vegetable(s) you like for this recipe. Add in as many as you can; stirring them in macaroni and cheese is a great way to get kids to eat their veggies!
I've seen other versions of this sandwich floating around, but this version is my family's favorite. These sloppy joes really do hit all the same notes as a traditional Philly cheesesteak. They're finished with sliced provolone and a decadent, creamy, delicious cheese sauce. You'll want to make them over and over again!
These simple pumpkin cookies are my favorite fall cookie, and I make them at least five times every autumn. If you can't find cinnamon chips, use regular chocolate chips, white chocolate chips, or butterscotch chips.
Here's an indulgent, delicious football snack you can whip up in no time. These nachos are spicy, but they're cooled down with a sauce made of sour cream and ranch dressing.
Salty ham, earthy asparagus, and tangy provolone serve as the filling for chicken cutlets in this quick and delicious recipe. The presentation is pretty enough for company, but the recipe is easy enough for a weeknight meal.
Grilling season is nearly upon us, and these potatoes, which are cooked directly on the grill in a foil packet, are a must-try. Try topping them with shredded cheddar or Parmesan or a spoonful of sour cream. Don't have a grill? No worries! Just bake them in an oven set at 350 degrees F for about 30 minutes.
This rich macaroni and cheese is our family's favorite version. The buttermilk provides a wonderful tangy quality to the dish, and the eggs in the recipe (there are 6 of them!) make it so rich. It's a perfect, simple side dish for your Easter dinner -- or any dinner!
In this quick and delicious breakfast casserole, sausage, cream cheese, eggs, and cheddar cheese are sandwiched between layers of flaky, buttery crescent rolls. This is the perfect recipe to have in your arsenal for a crowd-pleasing breakfast or a low-maintenance weeknight dinner!
Greek food can be time-consuming to make at home, but not in this recipe! All the flavors of gyros are combined in a "taco" for a delicious and simple fusion dish. The sauce, made with sour cream and cucumber, calls to mind tzatziki sauce. These are definitely a favorite in my family!
These yummy little corn bites will quickly become your go-to appetizer. They're so simple to make, and they're addictive too. Everyone will love them!
Taco salads are typically made with ground beef, but this version kicks up the flavor a notch by using chicken cooked in salsa and ranch dressing mix. The chicken cooks in the Crock pot, so whenever you're ready for dinner, it is too!
It's not very often that ravioli is used in non-Italian dishes, but in this recipe, it's given a Mexican make-over. It's cooked with salsa, beans, corn and cheese for a dish that will transport you South of the Border. It's so simple, and so delicious!
Rest assured, you won't find this macaroni and cheese in any box! Sweet roasted tomatoes and salty salami are stirred up with pasta in a creamy, cheesy sauce flavored with wine and pesto. Try replacing the salami with pepperoni, pancetta or prosciutto. It's a feast for the taste-buds. Mangia!