Casseroles are great for those busy weeknight dinners, and this one is absolutely delicious! This Chicken Bacon Ranch Casserole is something the whole family will devour – even the kids!
Use up your leftover rotisserie chicken for this one dish meal. Just mix up your ingredients, lay down some crescent roll dough, and bake away for a dinner you won’t soon take off the menu!
Growing up my favorite school snack was my pudding packs! My kids are no different but so many additives and ingredients I can’t pronounce has made me rethink things. So now I’m making the at home and here’s how.
These pudding packs boast 2 layers of chocolate, 1 milk and 1 rich deep flavored dark chocolate. Not only do they take no time to make, your kiddos will beg you to make more!
Creativity in the kitchen is a must, especially when making crazy unique snacks for your kids. Not going to lie about this one, I enjoyed these banana pops so much I forgot to give them to my kids.
Tropical bananas together with sticky and sweet marshmallows all enrobed in milk chocolate and covered in nuts, sprinkles and coconut! Forgot to mention that theyâ€™re all on a stick!
There’s no way you could ever improve chocolate and peanut butter cups…or so I thought! These indulgent sweet bites have only five ingredients, and one of them is totally unexpected – Cheerios!
The cereal gives just the right amount of crunch to make these treats even more of a pleasure to eat. We used plain Cheerios, but you can experiment with all the different flavors to see which one you like best.
What recipes have you make before using cereal?
Coming from a family with a love of fresh pastas and Italian food, there was definitely no shortage big meals at my house. My grandma always loved making her pasta and dough from scratch and as much as I LOVED the way her cooking tastes, but I have 3 rambunctious boys at home that leave me NO time for that. I need the type of meal that will be quick and easy to make, that will feed 3 plus my dear husband and not leave us with a million dishes to clean up. Yes I say ‘us’ because if my boys want to eat the food I make, we have a rule they help contrite to dinner time in some way. I have them either clean up or help set the table and prep meals. Continue Reading
Here’s a treat that will bring you right back to your childhood days! Lunch Lady Cornflake Jam Tart was something served in my school growing up, even though it wasn’t the exact same as this recipe, it definitely was just as delicious!
Did you have this type of dessert in your school as well?
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare a 9×13-inch glass baking dish with nonstick spray.
In a large nonstick pan, brown beef and onion over medium-high for about 8-10 minutes, stirring frequently. Drain beef mixture of any grease, then return to the heat.
Stir in the tomato sauce, brown sugar, worcestershire, mustard, and salt, cooking 2-3 more minutes, stirring frequently until simmering.
Layer half the frozen tater tots in the bottom of the baking dish, in a single layer. Spoon the beef mixture on top, then top with 1 cup of cheese, remaining potatoes, then the rest of the cheese.
Bake 45-55 minutes, or until bubbly and golden brown. Serve topped with chopped pickles. Enjoy!
Twin Cities Dogs! Why have just one when you can have two…at the same time??? Delicious tasting hot dogs wrapped into a soft and flaky crescent roll – that has YUMMY written all over it! Continue Reading
With summer coming to an end there’s no reason for the summer flavor to go. Super simple dump cake with complex pina colada flavor!
This cake mix hack will change the way cakes are made for ever! Simply toss all your ingredients in a 9 by 13 baking dish, mix it up and pop it in the oven! Your tropical inspired cake will be ready in minutes!
Casseroles take the pressure off making dinner every night for a large family. Casseroles that have most if not all food groups are even better and we have one right here with French Onion Chicken & Rice Casserole. Chicken and rice and a classic combo, all it needed is cheese of course! Now that we have a ooey gooey casserole, we also need texture that’s where covering the whole thing in crunchy, salty French’s fried onions really is the cherry on top of this soon to be family favorite! Continue Reading