This is the easiest 20 minute soup ever. Anyone can make it. Well, anyone who can chop an onion and boil stock. It really is that simple. The soup comes out looking elegant and would be a lovely recipe to showcase homemade tortellini… if you happen to have any lying around.
Looking for an healthy slow cooker dinner? Honey chipotle chicken sliders are easy to whip up in the morning and they will be ready for dinner when you get home.
Simple garlic broccoli may be a simple recipe, but it is seriously good. It is one of my go to side dishes for weeknights. To make it even quicker, prep the broccoli florets when you get home from the store. Store the broccoli in a ziplock bag with a couple of paper towels to keep it fresh until you are ready to make it. Easy peasy.
Turkey sausage and kale pasta toss is the perfect weeknight meal. It is packed with greens, savory turkey sausage, and cheese. You cannot go wrong with this one! Just remember, pasta, and Italian food in general, is all about simplicity and balance. Good quality ingredients are key.
Kelby (the love of my life/ the guy who makes me belly laugh daily/ best friend) used to hate sweet potatoes. I tried every preparation that I could think of… baked, mashed with honey and pecans, plain mashed, etc. It was a sad time. I did not want to make two different types of potatoes forever and I could not give up my beloved sweet potatoes. So, I tried to roast them with a delicious smokey spicy mix. The verdict: he absolutely loves them! This is the only way he will eat them. If you have a sweet potato hater in your life, try this super simple side dish.