Let's face it: My kids don't request cauliflower. But they DO request these dishes.
Swapping Spaghetti Squash for pasta has been hard for my kids to swallow...until they tasted this.
I swap out turkey for beef more often than not. My kids love the flavor and I don't miss the calories.
My newest fall soup obsession is made up of melty cheese, carmelized onions, and rich broth.
When the weather turns cold or I'm feeling under the weather, all I want is a big bowl of soup.
When the temperature dips I start making hot soup at least three times a week.
Sure, you can stir spinach into spaghetti sauce, but even the pickiest kids can sniff that trick out in 5 seconds, flat.
I've even enlisted my kids to put some of these together for dinner...they're that easy.
With all the salt and weird ingredients store-bought taco seasoning contains, I figured it was time to make my own healthier blend in bulk.
Rather than search the 'net, sometimes I just want to crack open a trustworthy cookbook that features tested recipes that I know are going to be good (and fast).
There are some amazing recipes that are delicious, but most importantly, only take a few ingredients that I always have on hand.
When it comes to chili, it used to be impossible to please everyone in my house with one recipe...until I tried some of these.
Once school starts, my kids and husband rarely get to eat dinner at the same time. With slow cooker meals, we make it work.
Cauliflower is a vitamin powerhouse, and when cooked in and blended with vegetable broth it makes the creamiest base for this sinful tasting soup.