Crockpot recipes are ideal during hectic work weeks. This pepperoncini beef is one of my favorites, particularly because of its simplicity. Start the crockpot before you leave for work and the meat will be ready and waiting for you when you get home – and your kitchen will smell amazing!
Stumped on what to make for Super Bowl Sunday? I’ve got you covered! This creamy bacon and jalapeño dip is delicious, extremely easy to make and I guarantee it will be a hit with your friends. With minimal prep and cook time, this appetizer is a winner.
Pan-searing scallops is a much simpler process than you might think — especially if you consider that the cook time for this recipe is only around five minutes. Perfectly golden on the outside and tender on the inside, the scallops’ mild flavor complements a savory butter wine sauce that’s mixed with fresh parsley and green onions.
I love pasta, especially with a cream sauce. Sure, cream sauce is loaded with calories but boy, is it delicious! This simple fettuccine alfredo with broccoli is unbelievably easy to make and not lacking in flavor – it’s delicious with a perfectly creamy sauce.
Life got a bit crazy (busy with work, got engaged[!], etc.), which is why I’ve been absent from blogging, but I was able to get back in the kitchen to make this delicious chicken fried rice. The rice is full of flavor and the perfect meal to whip up during a hectic week.
True life: I’m addicted to pimento cheese dip. Spread this decadent dip atop freshly sliced French bread, dunk a tortilla chip into the cheesy concoction, smooth it on a warm hamburger patty or smear it between two slices of bread for an over-the-top grilled cheese — the possibilities are endless.
Give these delicious Mediterranean turkey meatballs a try for a lighter meal with a ton of flavor. I guarantee you won’t miss the beef and marinara sauce!
The Jucy Lucy burger is a meal everyone should try at least once in their life. The gooey, cheesy interior of the burger patty makes for a delicious, melt-in-your mouth experience and is made even better when topped with some fresh pickle slices and a generous squeeze of ketchup.
Zoodles provide the perfect solution for a lighter “pasta” dish that is still full of flavor. The slightly al dente zucchini noodles, mixed with a thick and savory marinara sauce, is a scrumptious combination that will keep you coming back for more.
I absolutely love white fish, but for some reason, do not cook it very often. I made this panko-crusted halibut for my family the other weekend and it was a huge hit. The crispy and buttery fish is delicious atop the rich, white wine beurre blanc. Highly recommend!