Macaroni Casserole uses real food ingredients to make a healthier, tastier version of macaroni and cheese we prefer over the box any day.
Cooked apples with sage and other seasonings are perfect toppings for pan-fried pork chops, just like Dumbledore had at the Yule Ball.
Fish cakes are easy to make, and use common ingredients. They are one of my favorite ways to eat fish, and the boys will eat it too!
A regular hamburger is great, but add some BBQ flavor and you have an amazing burger! This is better than you can get at a restaurant!
I’ve never been to The Melting Pot, but I have their recipe book and make a pretty good cheese fondue at home! The kids enjoy this too, being able to dip their own food. It’s a lot of work but well worth it.
Try this meatless version of Pastitsio, a classic Greek casserole with layers of noodles, vegetables, and endless flavor.
Cook everything, including the baked potatoes, in the slow cooker for a delicious bbq dinner with lots of flavor and little effort.
Try a healthier take on pizza with this delicious and hearty sausage pizza that uses a kale pesto sauce topped with onions and cheese.
A quick and easy recipe, this vegetable lo mein can be made in about 20 minutes. It’s a great meatless option for busy weeknights.
Combine the hearty flavors of sausage and spinach with pasta and cheese to make a delicious meal that’ll leave your family begging for more!