These Slow Cooker Teriyaki Chicken Drumsicks are the perfect meal when you’re short on ingredients and the desire to cook. You’re going to love this one. This post may contain affiliate links. For more information, please read my disclosure policy. Thank you for continuing to support my small business. Maybe we’re all tired of cooking.
Slow Cooker Jerk Chicken Tacos come together quickly and cook slowly all day. Packed full of bright, spicy, warm Caribbean flavors. National Taco Day is on Thursday so I just had to bring you a new recipe. And this one right here?! It is packed with so much flavor. Let’s talk about this little fusion
Slow Cooker Chicken Stroganoff is a one pot winner of a weeknight dinner. Simple ingredients and almost nonexistent preparation come together for a super simple, yet delicious meal. The cold weather is hitting us hard here in Nebraska. We’ve pretty much gone from long sleeve tops to winter coats in a flash. Hello mother nature,
Slow Cooker Potato Corn Chowder is sure to become a fall favorite. Green chiles bring a little spice while the creamy potatoes and sweet corn bring the comfort. It all cooks up in the slow cooker for a simple dinner. We are having our first day of true fall weather around here and I think
So, I know it’s only a few days until Thanksgiving but I figured you might be a little tired of turkey and stuffing and cranberries. And we have to eat these next few days before so why not share a quick and healthy dinner we can enjoy before the big feast? These Honey Teriyaki Rice
So for the life of me, I hadn’t been able to make good refried beans. Every attempt had come out bland, thick and pastey…definitely not what you want in refried beans. But, no worries because I finally found the one! Sometimes it takes a lot of time and many epic fails to find the recipe
This Crock Pot Pork Ragu is hands down one of my new favorite meals and I’m not usually a big red sauce fan. It had a rich, delicious flavor and it is really simple to throw together on a weeknight or even for a casual dinner party. Add a green salad with pear and blue cheese
Now that summer activities have started up, life is getting busy busy busy! On Wednesday’s Joel has softball at 6:30 but has to leave the house by 5:50 and usually doesn’t get home from work until 5:30. That leaves very little time to get dinner on the table, especially with a busy toddler that wants