Want to get your kids (and maybe your spouse!) to eat more veggies? This is a great way to do that! This Vegetable Fried Rice will set you up for success in your healthy eating habits for the New Year, including adding more veggies into your meals! And, it’s really easy to make; we use leftover rice, frozen veggies, and some other goodies thrown in there! #premiumveggies #Ad #Pmedia
This Gnocchi with Balsamic Tomatoes and Caramelized Onions is one of those really easy recipes that I like to make for lunch. I almost always have some Balsamic Roasted Tomatoes in the freezer. I take them out of the freezer, and defrost them in the microwave. Cook up an onion, and boil some water for the gnocchi, and gnocchi only takes about 2-3 minutes to cook. It’s pretty easy, and very minimal chopping (which makes me really happy on some of those busy days).
The longest part of this Enchilada Pasta recipe is waiting for the water to boil. Other than that, dinner’s ready in no time (and it’s a one-pot meal)! It’s a dinner your family will love and ask for again and again.
I love casseroles, so easy and tasty! This Mexican Butternut Squash Casserole was really tasty, filled with veggies, and pretty easy to make. Just took a bit of time to roast the butternut squash.
White Bean and Sausage Soup … to please both the meat eater and the vegetarian in the house…
This Red Pepper Corn Soup with Gnocchi is perfect for these cooler months. Tangy red pepper, sweet corn, a little kick from spicy Sriracha. And, then, top it all off with soft Gnocchi to sink your teeth into. Well, it all just works so well. And, it’s a great way to get your kids (or your husband) to eat their veggies!