This amazing Tex-Mex entree is a one-dish skillet meal with ground beef, tomatoes, corn, pinto beans and cheese. It's topped with sour cream, tomatoes, olives, cilantro and avocados. Serve with guacamole, salsa or pico de gallo. Gluten free.
Crockpot Turkey Vegetable Soup is a delicious, low calorie, healthy, clean eating and gluten free recipe for tasty comfort food. This one uses leftover turkey and turkey broth and lots of fresh vegetables and herbs.
This fabulous chowder is thickened by pureeing half-and-half cream with corn! The combination of flavors in this soup, plus bacon for garnish, is irresistible. Great way to use up leftover turkey. Gluten free.
This amazing Texas-style Cornbread Salad is filled with the most delicious bacon-y, cheddar cheese and chili cornbread. It's layered with veggies, topped with homemade Ranch Dressing and garnished with additional bacon, cheese, green onions and tomatoes. This is one of the most delicious salads I've ever eaten! Gluten free.
This heavenly soup is so easy since it's made in the crockpot. Chicken with homemade chicken broth, sweet potatoes and lots of other fresh and frozen veggies are seasoned to perfection making a perfect complement to the rich, delicious broth. Gluten free, healthy, low calorie and clean eating.
Holiday Breakfast and Bruch Ideas is my newest attempt at a sparkling compilation of tried and true recipes your whole family will enjoy. Holidays are a great time to provide a buffet breakfast or brunch for your family and friends. Whether it's for Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's or other holidays like Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day or summer holidays like Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Labor Day, these are great opportunities to try out a large country breakfast with all kinds of ...
Holiday Casseroles and Side Dishes is an extensive collection of our family's favorite holiday side dishes. These are all hot dishes - no salads, fruit, appetizers, or meat recipes. Just lots of veggies made every way imaginable.
There are 120 recipes including asparagus, beans & green beans, cabbage, carrots, corn, broccoli, spinach, acorn, butternut, spaghetti, yellow and zucchini squash, potatoes, sweet potatoes, beets, brussels sprouts and even a mixed vegetable category.
It's time to dig out the muffin recipes, just in time for your holiday breakfast! Holiday Breakfast Muffins are not only great for Thanksgiving and Christmas, but they're great to pull out for any holiday breakfast--New Year's, Easter, Memorial Day, Labor Day or any time you want a special treat for your family or guests. All of these are spectacular, although I will say when possible it's better to use fresh rather than frozen or canned fruit. Peaches are limited to late summer and early fall, ...