Healthy Chicken Enchiladas

Cole and I both love enchiladas, but a lot of recipes for them are not super healthy, and this summer we are both trying to be a little more careful about what we are eating. After discovering the delicious goodness of goat cheese, I decided to whip up an enchilada recipe that takes calories andContinue reading “Healthy Chicken Enchiladas”

Creamy Chicken and Spinach Over Biscuits

My slow cooker is one of my most used kitchen appliances. It’s so convenient to be able to dump everything into the pot and magically have dinner ready in the evening. I make a lot of soups and stews in my slow cooker, but I’m gradually trying to branch out to make other dishes inContinue reading “Creamy Chicken and Spinach Over Biscuits”

Turkey Zuppa Toscana

There are so many restaurants that I love, and most of them aren’t franchised. However, if I had to pick my favorite franchised place to eat, it would have to be Olive Garden. I mean, who doesn’t love Italian cuisine? Before the pandemic happened, once a year, in February, Cole and I would go toContinue reading “Turkey Zuppa Toscana”

Four Bean Venison Chili

Cole and I both love chili so much, and luckily, there’s so many different ways to make it! I don’t even feel guilty that this is my fifth different version of chili in my recipe box because each version tastes so different. When I first started cooking with venison last year, my good friend DanContinue reading “Four Bean Venison Chili”

The Easiest Slow Cooker Chicken Tacos

As the director of the Drama Club at my school, my busiest time of the year falls between January and March when we rehearse and perform our show. These are the months that I heavily rely on slow cooker meals to keep us well fed and avoid the temptation and ease of getting take out.Continue reading “The Easiest Slow Cooker Chicken Tacos”

Beef Bourguignon

Soups and stews are my absolute favorite way to cook, and they are what I do best. However, even though beef stew is a fairly common dish, it is something that I didn’t grow up eating. It’s probably because both my dad and sister aren’t huge fans of veggies, and beef stew is known forContinue reading “Beef Bourguignon”

Homemade Noodle Soup

My mom raised me to cook and enjoy many different cooking cuisines, but overall, I grew up with typical Polish meals, meaning meat and potatoes. However, one of the specialties that my Great Grandma Susie always made was homemade noodles and dumplings. Personally, I am a bigger fan of noodles over dumplings, and my greatContinue reading “Homemade Noodle Soup”

Sunday Slow Cooker Roast Beef Dinner

One of my favorite parts of the weekend is having time to cook large and scrumptious meals, but as we go into autumn and winter, time isn’t as much of a factor since I love to pull out the slow cooker during these seasons. While it’s great to have amazing food all week long, there’sContinue reading “Sunday Slow Cooker Roast Beef Dinner”

Slow Cooker Jalapeno Black Beans

Tacos, fajitas, enchiladas, or burritos – no matter what the food of choice is, most people have one of these items at least once a month. Heck, I know there are some people that religiously participate in Taco Tuesday every week. No matter what item is on the menu, one thing remains the same forContinue reading “Slow Cooker Jalapeno Black Beans”

Frijoles

Mexican cuisine is one of my absolute favorites, and no matter which restaurant I’ve been to, it has never failed that the beans were one of the best parts of the dish. However, whether I was making tacos, fajitas, or enchiladas in my own kitchen I always found the bean portion to be disappointing. ThereContinue reading “Frijoles”