What do you get when you combine delicious meatballs, healthy greens, hearty beans, and your slow cooker? A dinner-worthy soup that practically cooks itself.
Mouthwatering Italian Meatballs that taste like they were made by an Italian grandma, but come together in a fraction of the time that real Italian grandmas put into theirs.
Meet your new obsession. These Bacon Wrapped Dates are, hands down, the best, easiest, and most popular party appetizer you'll ever make—or eat.
It's no secret that I keep a package of all-natural, ready-made crescent roll dough in the back of my fridge as back up. Using it is far from an everyday thing—I call on it a couple of times a year to make these half-homemade Strawberry and Cream Breakfast Rolls and these Ham and Cheese Crescent Rolls for school lunch—but when I crave that pop-n-fresh taste and am short on time, it's the perfect solution. Well, at least if it's dough from Immaculate Bakery. The ingredients list is not perfect and far from homemade, but it's natural and that matters. Not to belabor the point, but I'm going to belabor the point... If you can't find Immaculate Bakery, I really do encourage you to find another all-natural brand (and if you find one, share it with us!). Most conventional brands are packed with crazy ingredients that are not worth it. If you can't find all-natural crescent roll dough, make my ham and cheese muffins instead. Okay, now back to business. (more after the jump)
Most people get excited about their slow cooker as soon as the weather gets cold. They turn to it when they're excited to start making winter stews and warming soups. Me? I direct my initial excitement for cozy winter food at the stove, braises on the fire and baked casseroles in the oven. The slow cooker comes out in my house around mid-January, when I've had it with winter and tire of tending to slow cooked meals. My cue is when I start dreaming of bright green salads, fresh produce, and vibrant flavors. That's when I let the slow cooker do the dirty work of churning out the final weeks of hearty winter dinners including this Slow Cooker Teriyaki Pork Tenderloin. (more after the jump)
Sweet apple and tangy balsamic flavors combine to make a perfect glaze for pork loin.
These savory make-ahead muffins are supe easy to make in batches to have on hand for easy, grab-and-go school lunches.
You'll be doing an "mmm" dance after each bite.
The motherload of the meat sandwiches.