This soup is so lovely for a warming weeknight dinner. It comes together quickly and is a hearty enough to be a meal all on it's own. The warm Indian curry powder blend and spicey ginger livens up this chicken soup.
Who else grew up eating Campbells? (We upgraded to Progresso later. Still have a soft-spot for that hearty tomato soup) My mom would add a bit of this and a bit of that making them heartier and delicious.
My Instant Pot Vegetable Beef Soup reminds me of those canned tomato-y vegetable beef soups from my youth but without the sneaky wheat additives and packed with more flavor from a bit of this and bit of that, just like mom.
This recipe is best in the instant pot, but Ive included tips to make it slow-cooker friendly as well!
Can you tell Edith helped name this one? Really she called them meat muffins, but I feeeeeeel like that didn’t have the best ring to it.
These mini meatloaf muffins are perfectly packable for workday lunches and reheat beautifully. Pair them with a fresh green salad or some roasted green beans and you’ll be a happy camper.
This sheet pan dinner is a new favorite at our house! It can be on your plate and in your mouth in under an hour (depending on how fast you slice those veggies). If you're a weekend meal prepper this is a perfect dish to chop veggies ahead of time and then assemble and pop in the oven day of. Boom, making it easy.
Mix-up leftovers by filling a tasty grain free tortilla from Siete Foods for lunch, or throw a poached egg on top and some wilted greens underneath for a quick and easy breakfast.