These zucchini enchiladas are the perfect summer dinner combining beautiful fresh ingredients and classic comfort food! It's also an excellent use for all that summer zucchini!
At the end of a long day, coming up with something for dinner that everyone will enjoy, that won't create a pile of dishes to add to your already exhausting to-do list, can feel impossible. I've got you! This crowd pleaser takes 20 minutes max and is all done in one single pot!
This comforting stew takes a little extra time in roasting the veggies first but I promise you it's worth it! The flavors are sensational and the hearty root vegetables leave you full and satisfied. Topped with your favorite biscuits, it's a well balanced meal all in one bowl. The best part of all is how flexible this recipe is. Use ingredients you like and easily tailor it to your personal tastes!
Tis the season for sneezes and sniffles... Nothing sooths a cold like chicken noodle soup. But is the chicken part really necessary? Not anymore!
This classic tuna casserole isn't exactly like your mom used to make... It's better! Made from scratch, and stuffed full of obvious and not so obvious vegetables this healthier version of the tried and true classic combines my favorite things, easy and healthy!
This savory pie is warming without being spicy. It is the perfect comfort meal on those cold winter nights.
Tis the season for family, fun and hot chocolate! My sister and I got together to bring you all three! We tasted four unique hot chocolate recipes and ranked them from best to worst! Let's be honest though... No hot chocolate is bad!
This "chicken" pot pie is succulent, healthy, and vegetarian. If you served this to carnivores they would have no idea it wasn't actually chicken! You have to try this amazing twist on the classic comfort food!
This lasagna is so good your meat eating friends will have no idea that it is vegetarian! My family devoured it! This is a new family favorite for sure! It's packed full of cheese, veggies and flavor!
This enchilada casserole is served as more of a main dish dip in my house. We forgo the spoons for this one and scoop each bite with corn chips. Easy, healthy and hearty!