If you have been following me on pinterest lately, you have probably seen that I have been all about Halloween recently! More specifically, Halloween foods! Most Halloween foods are sweet treats, mimicking candy corn and the like. This spook-tacular recipe is a dinner recipe, perfect for sharing with family and friends as the holiday approaches. Especially kids will love these Halloween zombie burritos! Continue reading →
With fall in the air, I know the holidays are right around the corner. I’m no where near ready yet, but fear not, there is still plenty of time. When all the family gets around the dinner table, there are always multiple diets to plan for. One easy thing to do is to have a wide variety of dishes available, and plan for leftovers. When there are only a few people dinning, my go to meal is to stuff vegetables. This is my favorite stuffed vegetable recipe, southwest twice baked potatoes. Continue reading →
“Disclosure: I received free samples of Sabra Hummus mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Sabra and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.”
Happy National Hummus Day friends! I am back today to bring you more hummus filled goodies because today, May 13th, is National Hummus Day! Earlier this week I posted my Mediterranean Hummus Stuffed Mushrooms. Today I’m sharing these Vegan Spicy Eggplant Hummus Taquitos which are made with Sabra’s Supremely Spicy Hummus. These quick appetizers are crispy on the outside, creamy on the inside, and perfect for dipping! Continue reading →
I always tell my husband, any food that is a delivery service for cheese and salsa is my favorite food. These black bean corn and spinach quesadillas are just that! We cut ours into wedges for easy dipping into salsas and sour cream. This is one indulgent meal that you can whip up in no time, and feel good about because it is loaded with veggies. Check out my other favorite Tex-Mex style, cheese and salsa delivery systems below! Continue reading →
The first time I had white chili, I was being a judge in a chili cook off. I was in love from first bite! White chili doesn’t have the typical flavors of chili that use things like chili powder. Instead the green chili flavor is strong, which I love. This super fast vegetarian white chili recipe is quicker to make than most chili recipes. This recipe uses store bought salsa, making it really fast to throw together, which is always a plus! Continue reading →
Every spring there seems to be a desire for quick and easy meals. When the weather warms, spending your free hours in the kitchen is not the goal. Perhaps working near the stove or oven is no longer appealing because of the warming temperatures. Maybe you just want to get outside and enjoy the fresh air! Guacamole black bean burritos are quick, easily adapted, and addicting! Continue reading →
If you thought egg rolls were for cabbage only, you were wrong! These egg rolls are packed full of veggies, and given a little cheese to balance. Oven baking these egg rolls makes them light and easy to prepare, as well. Southwest baked egg rolls make the regular rotation at my house! Continue reading →
Football season starts tomorrow!! I don’t know what I love more, watching the ball game, or planning the food and drink! We love to watch the games, crowded around the TV with a plate full of finger foods and snacks. This recipe for bean dip is so simple to throw together before the game and is always a hit!
I am so excited to share this recipe. Chilaquiles (Chee-la-key-les) is a traditional Mexican dish that is made to use up stale tortillas or tortilla chips. I dislike food waste, therefore I love recipes like this one. Recipes that lend ideas to use up ingredients that you have leftover in your fridge. This recipe is so quick, I almost didn’t get any photos while I was cooking. A great recipe for a busy weeknight!