Everyday's a party when it comes to these Confetti Ice Cream Bars. Top your favorite sugar cookies with a thick layer of delicious Dreyer’s Slow Churned Vanilla light ice cream and some rainbow sprinkles. Then, freeze to harden and cut into squares before serving. This is one easy afternoon treat that your kids will love making with you.
Beefy quesadillas! These quesadillas use a burrito-style filling which consists of taco seasoned ground beef, refried beans, and green chilies. You can use whatever type of cheese you like but I prefer Mexican cheese blend. These quesadillas go great served with salsa, guacamole, and sour cream. If you are looking for a dinner that is very easy to prepare, this is the one! Enjoy.
Skinny Chicken Enchilada Casserole- I wasn't a fan of these because the recipe called for SO MANY onions. I would cut the amount of onions called for in half or more. Seth said it was ok, but he's more of an onion fan.
This super-simple enchilada bake is one of our most popular casseroles, and it’s easy to see why! With only six ingredients and 15 minutes of prep, it’s as simple as can be. Refrigerated biscuits add a hearty texture and the distinct “bubbles” that pop up when it bakes. The sauce is very mild in this dish; if you like, spice it up by adding in some chopped jalapenos, or using pepper jack cheese instead of a Mexican cheese blend.
Layered Enchilada Bake — This recipe has all the savory flavors of enchiladas—without all the rolling. The whole family will want to customize their toppings for a delicious spin on homemade "takeout."