Trifles are a fun dessert to make because you can just layer anything that sounds good and it comes out great! This eggnog trifle puts a holiday twist that I’m sure everyone at your celebration will love!
Fresh fruit happens to be in season where I live and I always end up with a lot of it in the house – this fruit crisp recipe is inspired by the one my mom made when I was a kid.
I just made a 4lb meatloaf so there would be plenty of leftovers (I’ll be dreaming about meatloaf sandwiches tonight I bet) – I formed it into a ring so I could get the maximum amount of edge to get crunchy! Here is my recipe for a giant ring shaped meatloaf!
This is my first quarantine and I feel like I had about ten minutes to prepare for it. Suddenly one day back in March my life as I was living it changed, and I found myself in survival mode. I have found a few ways that have made this period a little more manageable and wanted to take a moment to share them with you.
These homemade chicken nuggets are so yummy, but I admit that I have always loved getting chicken nuggets at the fast food places! In the last couple of years though I’ve found that I feel much better if I avoid highly processed foods – So I figured, why do I need to miss out? I can just make my own chicken nuggets at home!
For me a delicious pot roast is quintessential comfort food. It cooks low and slow in the oven for several hours making the whole house smell yummy. When I was a kid Mom would put this one-pot meal in the oven before church on Sunday, and when we got home it was ready to eat. How easy is that?
Seriously, could life GET any busier? Having a healthy breakfast for you and your family may seem impossible to fit in, but meal planning with this recipe you can make big batches of muffin-sized omelets in advance and reheat them each morning. You can even freeze them (more on that later).