It’s Sunday night and it’s too late to run to the grocery store but you still need to get dinner on the table. Don’t settle for fast food or pizza delivery because chances are you have everything you need to make a delicious meal!
Because this meal is so simple to make and quick to clean up, it’s the perfect recipe for busy school nights. Whip it up and clean it up between homework and the kids’ sports practice and feel like the superhero you are for getting a nutritious, delicious meal on the dinner table!
So full of flavor and only 20 minutes to make. Your family will love this recipe for Instant Pot Chicken Tacos with Chipotle Chilies.
Slow Cooker Celery Soup with Bacon is a quick and easy recipe for busy summer nights. Serve it hot or cold. The whole family will love this recipe!
Celery And Apple Pasta Salad With Light Caesar Dressing is a quick and easy recipe for busy summer nights. Make ahead and take it to the ballpark!
Learn a quick 10 minute meal. How to microwave spaghetti squash in 5 easy steps! A helpful infographic with step by step directions. A delicious, healthy and super easy meal!
Avocado is this week’s Produce Mom Pick! Avocados are much more versatile than you think! I love putting an avocado slice on a fried egg sandwich, or tossing avocado chunks into salad. And how delicious is fresh guacamole?! The options are endless! One unique use for avocados is tossing them into sushi balls!
There might not be a single produce item more refreshing to snack on during the spring and summer than watermelon slices or chunks. The reason watermelon is so refreshing might be the fact that the fruit is 91% water. Being dehydrated is dangerous, so snacking on watermelon will surely keep you hydrated
The weather outside is heating up, and what a better way to celebrate than a feast with family or friends? I don’t know about you, but sliders always sound amazing. This pork tenderloin & onion jam sliders recipe by our partner, Peri & Sons Farms is one to die for.
Swiss Chard is this week’s Produce Mom Pick! Swiss chard is an excellent source of vitamin A and is high in iron. Swiss chard can be enjoyed steamed, sauteed, or even used raw in salads and garnishes. Many different colors of Swiss chard stems exist, including green, gold, white, orange, pink, and red. Kids are… Read more »