If you are looking for more ways to incorporate vegetables into your diet, this veggie chili is for you! This vegetarian chili especially delicious. It has black beans, red kidney beans, tomatoes, a ton of vegetables, and spice which makes it flavorful yet easy to make. This veggie chili is very flexible. You can add more or less of any of the vegetables or beans. This vegetarian chili is the perfect bowl of comfort food that you can eat guilt-free!
I explore new foods and create recipes year round. Buffalo Chicken Dip is one of my new favorites. I am more creative with recipes during sports seasons…maybe because we have friends over more often and I want to try new things? Whatever the reason, I’m excited to share this new favorite with you!
I made this Buffalo Chicken Dip for a gathering this Sunday and it was a hit! The high protein, low carb nature of this recipe makes it great for post bariatric surgery or any weight loss plan.
I ate it with celery, but my husband and his carb loving friends opted for pita chips. It is versatile, flavorful, and easy— everything you need for a last minute party.
When I think roast, I think of family Sunday dinners. Wearing my Sunday best, a linen table cloth, the “good dishes” on my momma’s table, and way too many conversations going on at once. But when I think of roast, I also think about how much time and effort it takes into making it taste good. So I set out to combine a traditional family recipe and a convenient recipe I found on The Pioneer Woman blog— the outcome is this Dutch Oven Roast.
Good enough for Sunday, simple enough for Tuesday.
If you are new to our blog, you might not realize how much I love slow cooker meals. No matter how much I enjoy cooking, quality time with Mr. A is so much better outside of the kitchen (apparently I don’t cook well with others). So evenings are cherished in my home. We love to take our pups for a walk, take our mountain bikes to a favorite trail for a ride, or catch up on The Walking Dead. But huge, elaborate meals can interfere with all of those activities. Enter- slow cooker. Today we are making Chicken Enchilada Soup.
So apparently it has been the month of chili/slow cooker recipes. I didn’t realize it until now, but this month I have posted a Harvest Chili and French Canadian Boiled Dinner. So let’s just round out the month with Shrimp Chili. December is a great time for these types of recipes anyway, right?! I mean, it’s cold and dark…perfect for a steamy little meal with a fire in the background. 🙂
We were having dinner with some friends a few weeks ago, and the food was just amazing. I had to have the recipe for this Goulash. The host was gracious enough to give up her family recipe so I could enjoy it again and again. I hope you enjoy this version of goulash as much as I have.
One can never have too many slow cooker recipes. There are so many chili and soup recipes available, so I thought a little variety for your slow cooker is in order. This slow cooker roast and carrots is good enough for Sunday dinner but easy enough for Tuesday night.
Pork is a versatile protein. You can grill, bake, broil, or slow cook with it. One of my favorite things to do with pork is Pork Roast and Sauerkraut. My husband grew up in Germany so we use sauerkraut or cabbage in a lot of dishes. You can be adventurous and make your own sauerkraut, but I usually use the Boar’s Head sauerkraut packages.
When cooking in the slow cooker, it is best to use certain cuts of meat. Ideal cuts of meat can include shank, shoulder, chuck, round & rump.
Pork Roast and Sauerkraut calls for a pork shoulder, but a pork rump (also called pork butt) is also good with this recipe.
Enjoy this simple and flavorful dish!