These 3-ingredient popsicles are a fast and delicious way to cool down as the temperatures heat up! They are a cinch to whip up, but the real test of patience comes in waiting for them to completely freeze. If you can stand the wait, your patience will be rewarded with the tastiest frosty treat!
Are you looking for a homemade slushie recipe to beat the summer heat? Look no further, because Leesh & Lu are here with a delicious strawberry lime flavored concoction that’s just perfect. It’ll remind you of summers spent outside playing kick-the-can until the streetlights came on!
Whether it’s on pizza night or you need to bring something for a potluck, a veggie tray with veggie dip is a quick and versatile side dish you can feel good about serving! Get this easy chive and garlic veggie dip recipe on the blog today!
Pizza night is a weekly thing at our house. We usually have it on Friday and make it a pizza and movie night and it has been something that the kids always really look forward to and a great way to kick off the weekend. It’s one of my favorite nights to cook because no one whines about pizza–and homemade pizza is much faster and easier than you might think! Chicken pesto pizza is a new favorite in our families, and is worth the little extra effort to make homemade dough.
It’s kinda hard to take an appetizing picture of meatloaf, so you’ll just have to trust that it’s delicious! When I want to make this and don’t plan ahead enough for an hour of baking time, I make them into mini loaves (6-8 little loaves for 2 pounds of meat) and reduce the baking time to 30 minutes.
If you have rotisserie chicken or precooked and shredded chicken on hand it makes assembling these enchiladas a breeze. They are also make-ahead friendly, meaning you can make them in the morning and put them in the fridge until you’re ready to bake them. We love make-ahead meals that make dinner hour less hectic.
This loaded breakfast skillet is our go-to brinner when we have veggies in the fridge that need to be used up. It’s so fast, filling, and easily adaptable to whatever veggies you have on hand.
This instant pot tomato bisque is the smooth, veggie-packed, healthy version of your childhood favorite. When it’s blended smoothly, whomever you feed it to will be none the wiser that it’s filled with goodness. When we serve it to our kids, we just tell them it’s tomato soup–they wouldn’t generally be thrilled at the idea of eating butternut squash– and they devour it!
This recipe makes a great family meal or about 6 good-size portions to stock your fridge with healthy lunches for the week if you’re looking for a meal prep type recipe. We have also made these with chicken and they are equally as great, so feel free to substitute your protein of choice here!
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we are beginning to plan our menu and call dibs on the dishes we want to bring. Besides being with family, these sweet potatoes are one of the best things about Thanksgiving.
We love serving rolls or bread with our dinner, especially during soup season! Usually yeast breads require several hours of advanced planning, which isn’t always do-able on a busy weeknight. These quick dinner rolls, however, cut out the first rise on the dough and are ready in under an hour.
I hate the mess of carving, but I love the tradition and love seeing what my kids come up with. Usually by the end of it all I’m too lazy to want to fuss with the seeds and I just throw them out. I never really loved pumpkin seeds, but thought it was only fair to roast some up for my kids and let them try them.