Cinco de Mayo was the perfect time to whip out this street corn recipe, but honestly, it’s great for any season or holiday. Have you tried it?
This 30 minute dinner is simple and takes a lot of ingredients you probably have around the house– with the exception of the spinach fettuccine, but heck– sub with regular noodles if you have them.
Breakfast skillet should be simple, but taste like they took a long time. The secret is in the ingredients you use. Check out my oozy egg breakfast skillet!
Sometimes side dishes get all of the attention and that’s okay! This spaghetti carbonara is that dish. It’s quick so it’s perfect for a night of grilling.
Before my next grocery trip, I wanted to use up some extra seasonings I had in the pantry. Chicken, veggies and potatoes– Delicious!
This 20 minutes dish is all about nostalgia and perfect for lunch or dinner. You can never go wrong with a Walking Taco.
This 30 minute dinner has heat, textures and a cajun kick. Add this Smoked Chorizo Skillet to your menu this week!
When you have rotisserie chicken, broccoli and potatoes, get creative! The creamy potatoes with buttery broccoli topped with chicken will be a huge hit in your house.
These are my husband’s beef enchiladas with a secret ingredient! Kid approved and a perfect, quick weeknight dinner.
I’m sure you’ve seen some version of a tater tot breakfast casserole surfing Pinterest. Here’s one I’ve been making for years that I wanted to share. It’s great for meal prepping and stores well.