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And as you may know if you’re a regular reader, I love easy peasy recipes that I can get ready in the morning, stick in the crockpot, and forget about until dinnertime. So, this pork loin recipe using apple slices was right up my alley!
Seriously, there are only four ingredients, so even if you’re not great in the kitchen, it’s pretty hard to mess this one up! Thanks to Martha del Cerro who originally pinned this recipe so it showed up in my stream!
Just make sure that you start this recipe in the morning so it’s ready by the time you want dinner. This is an easy recipe, but not a quick one. It needs time to cook in your crockpot.
I’m always looking for some low carb recipes. My husband is diabetic and has to watch sugar and carbs. He LOVES pizza and pizza has a lot of carbs, especially in the crust, so I’ve been on the lookout for alternatives
I pinned a Crock Pot Pizza recipe from Your Lighter Side that sounded pretty good. I tried the recipe and instead of using the crockpot, I baked it in the oven. It tasted like pizza but without the crust and all the carbs.
This is definitely a recipe I’ll be making again.
So, when I saw this pin for pulled pork enchiladas, I had to try it out. While my pictures didn’t turn out exactly like the Better Homes and Gardens pictures, these enchiladas were really yummy. My boyfriend liked them too!
This is a recipe we’ll definitely be making again. The only problem is that it takes a little planning because you have to start the pork the night before (or the morning of). I’m not always the best meal-planner. But for this recipe, I’ll make the effort!
Hehe, just kidding. Where I grew up, though, pot pie was something very different. It’s not a baked savory pie, it’s actually a very thick stew-like meal with huge noodles, potatoes, meat, and veggies. It’s one of my favorite meals of all time.
The term “pot pie” is actually a version of the German “bot boi,” which I’m told means potpourri and can be used to described a dish that includes a little bit of everything. Pennsylvania Dutch is actually German (not Dutch), so this all totally makes sense.
Everyone makes pot pie a little differently, but today I’m going to teach you how to make our family’s version. Which is obviously the best version of Pennsylvania Dutch pot pie out there!
These BBQ Meatballs are our favorite meatball recipe of all time. I usually make three or four batches at once and vacuum pack them for the freezer. It’s nice to be able to get some out whenever you need an easy meal.
My husband really enjoys this meal, so we made them fairly often.
Allison’s note: I recently made a big pan full of these for a dinner party with about a dozen people and they were gone in the blink of an eye. We were actually joking about bidding on the last one! No matter where we take these meatballs, everyone LOVES them! They’re great as an appetizer for a party, on a sub for lunch, or as dinner.
This recipe doesn’t from Pinterest, but instead from a close friend of our family.
When I saw this recipe on Pinterest, it was simply called “OMG Chicken.” I’ve taken to calling it Sour Cream Chicken, since that’s one of the main ingredients. You can call it whatever you want, I guess! I make this is big batches because it’s also night to put the chicken cold on a sandwich the next day.
A big thanks to Kimberly Gonzales, who pinned this recipe so it showed up in my stream. Also, thank you to The Enchanted Cook, who first posted this recipe. My version is a little difference, but thanks still goes to them for the inspiration!
When I was a young girl I enjoyed collecting recipes and I still do. I subscribed to the Betty Crocker Recipe Card Library. Each month a new package of about 24 recipe cards would come. That was in the early ’70s.
The stuffed Green Pepper recipe comes from that box of recipes. Stuffed Green Peppers are one of those comfort foods perfect comfort foods, and they’re also great for using up ground beef when you have some leftover from another recipe.
An oldie but a goodie! This is still the best stuffed pepper recipes I’ve found.
I absolutely love fillo dough. As you may remember, I used it in the spanakopita recipe we tried a few weeks ago, and today we’re using it in a similar technique to make crispy, buttery, creamy, perfect fillo chicken packets. They’re like little gifts on your plate.
This recipe isn’t one I learned from Pinterest. I actually was taught by the mother of one of my best friends. She is an amazing cook, and this is one of the yummiest recipes she makes.
She also used to do (and probably still does) the feast of the seven fishes, which is a Christmas Eve celebration featuring – you guessed it – seafood. Shrimp, lobster, scallops, crab, fish, and more, all in one year. Suffice to say, we always left her house stuffed to the brim. Yummmmmm.
This French Cheeseburger Loaf almost turned out to be a Pinter-Mess. Thank goodness my daughter Jessica was in the kitchen with me. An extra pair of hands helped me save it from being an absolute diaster.
I found this recipe on Taste of Home’s website and pinned it to test out.
This recipe is ok, but it needs some tweeking. I’m not altogther happy with the outcome. The loaf was a little dry. Next time, I want to either add a dipping sauce or add more ketchup and less flour to the meat. It’s a good start to play with and really make your own.
I used to make a chicken pie with a Bisquick topping on it and it was always a so-so meal to use up leftover chicken. Then I watched Sandra Lee’s Semi- Homemade one day and saw her make her Chicken and Turkey Pot Pie with Pepper Biscuit Topping. It sounded much better then my recipe and I decided to try it the next time I had leftover chicken.
Of course I put my own spin on the recipe.
You can get part of it ready before you go to work, so it’s perfect for a parent on the go. I cook all of the ingredients for the filling first, then cool and put it in the refrigerator until I get home. Then I can finish the recipe later that night.