I used 3 tricks to make this Shortcut Chicken Pot Pie just as wholesome as the original but faster. Now my family can have it more often…score!
Peanut/Tree Nut Free
My family was literally scraping every last bit of the remaining braised pork sauce from the pan and pouring it over their mashed potatoes…so good!
I thought it would be fun to come up with some new variations of overnight oats since my older daughter LOVES them to eat them. Apple pie was her favorite!
Hi everyone! I’m Heather of HeatherChristo.com, a website that specializes in deliciously allergen-free food, and I am so excited to be guest posting here on 100 Days of Real Food! Today I am sharing a typical easy weeknight meal for our house: Chicken Nectarine Stir Fry, an unexpected, but really delicious combination!
Do you ever find yourself making excuses for why you can’t eat healthy? Maybe you feel like you don’t have enough time. Or that your family is too picky. Or that it’s too expensive. As a working mom with two kids, I’ve been there. I know how challenging it can be to consistently prepare meals that are fast, healthy, taste good, and fit into your budget.
This Braised Asian Meatballs and Cabbage dinner is the epitome of quick. You can pull it together in just 15 or 20 minutes with only a handful of dirty dishes left for you when you’re done.
Hi! I’m Amy from Super Healthy Kids, and I’m so happy Lisa invited me to share one of our family recipes with you. These Pineapple Coconut Muffins are light and sweet with pineapples and honey, and they make us feel like we’re on a tropical island
Just got back from the trip of a lifetime to Morocco, and I’ve got “tagine” recipe for your slow cooker to share since we absolutely loved the food abroad!
Are there any watermelon fans out there? Anyone, anyone? Yeah, I thought so. My family is 6/6 for giving two thumbs up on this summer fruit, so we had no reservations about partnering with the National Watermelon Promotion Board on today’s sponsored post.
While I’ve had this combo together many times on pizza, in pasta, and even in frittatas, I’ve never thought to throw them on the grill together – until now! And let me tell you what, especially with the addition of the fresh oregano sauce on top, these Grilled Sausage and Bell Pepper Kabobs were even better than I expected.
So you have a new electric pressure cooker (or Instant Pot)? And it’s still sitting in the box? Or you’ve only tried 1 meal so far? You’re not alone. But I want to help you get it out of the box and try new meals. Because, oh my word…this little appliance is such a sanity saver.