There’s something about casseroles that I just love. Maybe it’s how it’s a whole meal in one dish. Or maybe it’s that they’re such a part of Southern culture.
I don’t know about you but I love pasta. When I was younger, I would get a pasta dish every time we went out to eat. When I first go married, I made pasta dishes constantly.
Fall flavors have arrived, ladies and gentlemen! Everyone knows that the Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte is the quintessential Autumnal treat. But did you know there’s also Pumpkin Spice sausage?
Do you love pizza? Do you love sloppy joes? Do you love using your slow cooker so dinner is ready for you when you get home? Well then, by golly, I’ve got just the recipe for you!
If you’ve been following my blog long, you know that I am a die-hard Auburn fan. I love my alma mater, and my Auburn Tigers. Football season is finally back!
Don’t have time to slave over dinner? It only takes about 30-40 minutes to make these delights and 20 of those minutes the meatballs are just simmering.
This recipe is featured on The Plus Side, a great shopping and lifestyle blog with how-to’s, fashion tips, cooking ideas, and more! I’m honored to be guest blogging.
These particular cookies are way better than your regular ol’ M&M cookies. The secret is pudding mix! Once you’ve made cookies with pudding mix, you’ll never go back!
Shrimp only take a few minutes to cook. Queue this great busy weeknight meal. I wish I lived in New Orleans where I could eat food like this every day!
The homemade sauce on top of these enchiladas is really what makes this dish above and beyond all other enchilada recipes that use canned sauce.