“Trick-or-treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat…”
Spend less time in the kitchen this week and more time transforming your house into a haunted mansion. Halloween might be different this year, but nobody said you can't celebrate it at home.
If you end up making more than you need, use the leftovers for lunch the next day.
Thanks to a little pasta, sausage, and sage, the pumpkin game has now been changed.
This recipe also makes a great leftover lunch.
If you like crunch, add some tortilla strips or oyster crackers! It’s the perfect meal for a cold day, with minimal prep work.
This healthy chili recipe makes a great freezer meal too! It holds up really well in the freezer and is perfect to pull out for busy weeknights.
This chili is hearty enough to serve as a complete meal, but serve it with a side of Creamed Corn Mega Muffins for an extra special dinner.
These sliders are the best kind of finger food with all the familiar flavors of pizza in a sandwich! They are great as a busy weeknight meal and they completely customizable according to your picky eaters!
NOTE: Replace pepperoni with sausage, bacon, or omit the meat altogether, and add extra cheese.
Serve the sliders with a side of oven-baked zucchini fries to add veggies to their kiddie diets.
Crunchy oven-baked breaded cauliflower pieces are coated with sticky honey garlic sauce. It’s an easy and delicious weeknight meal.
Dinner ready and on the table in less than 20 minutes! This rich and creamy stroganoff features chunky mushrooms and a thick, savory, cream-based sauce. No dairy or beef required! This is comfort food at its best!
Scary graveyard brownie cupcakes are a real Halloween treat for your favorites little ghosts and goblins!
Apples are fall staples. If homemade apple pie seems like a big leap for you, this Easy Apple Galette with Salted Maple Caramel Drizzle will be right up your alley.