An easy cottage pie recipe with grass-fed ground beef, frozen veggies, and dried herbs in a flavorful gravy all topped with a cheesy mashed potato crust. This comforting dish goes straight from stove-top to oven using a cast-iron skillet, which gives you one less dish to wash!
Grilled Chilli Lime Chicken Fajita Salad - Tender and juicy chicken thighs grilled in a chilli lime marinade that doubles as a dressing! Creamy avocado slices, grilled red and yellow peppers, and succulent chicken pieces. Yum! Use chicken breast, plain non fat Greek yogurt instead of sour cream and green onion instead of white.
Mini Shepherd’s Pot Pies | Mini shepherd’s pies are sure to be a new family favorite recipe! Use purchased or leftover mashed potatoes for a quick and easy meal. | I used to hate shepherds pie, but now I can't get enough! This us such a good idea!
Delicious and easy meatball appetizers ~ Frozen- small, Italian meatballs; Heinz brand ketchup; Welch’s brand jelly. You want equal parts (or as close as you can get) ketchup and jelly – so look at your ounces.
Old-Fashioned Creamed Chicken and Biscuits: this one is skillet made, not a casserole & no "cream of" soup. Made this tonight and it was tasty tasty! Like super easy pot pie. Hubbers like it too. Took 20 min and has all the veggies and meat and bread all in one!
This could be the BEST recipe I have found on here! Chicken Parmesan bake! No frying, just baking! INGREDIENTS: Ingredients: 2 tbsp olive oil 2 cloves garlic, crushed hot red pepper flakes, to taste 6 boneless skinless chicken breasts (I used 5, but they were huge!) 2 cups marinara sauce 1/4 cup chopped basil 8 oz mozzarella, shredded 4 oz Parmesan, grated 1 (5-oz) package garlic croutons
Fresh Pea Salad Recipe ~ Says: The creamy mayo went really well with the sweet peas and red onions added a bit of bite along with the heat from the cayenne. Of course you cannot go wrong with adding bacon and cheese and the fresh mint was a really nice touch. One of the keys to this salad is letting it sit in the fridge for a while to let the flavours mingle