Bringing delicious recipes back to the dinner table
One of the best parts about these pretzels are that they only take a few ingredients to make. In less than 30 minutes you can have a great snack!
This makes a great after school snack for the kids (or adults). Just divide into snack sized baggies so the kids can just grab one when they get home.
I like making biscuits and gravy because it takes less than 20 minutes to make, so if I’m feeling worn out or just not in the mood to cook, I make this.
Tater tot hot dish is packed full of flavor. The cream of mushroom soup combined with simple seasonings makes a great base for the dish.
These peanut butter cookies are a peanut butter lover’s dream: they have creamy and crunchy peanut butter, peanut butter chips and they are soft and chewy.
Slow cooker zesty chicken is one of my favorite ways to eat chicken. The mixture of ingredients aren’t ones you would normally put together, yet they work so well.
Made with a homemade buttery crust, a creamy filling and sweet cherry pie filling this dessert is sure to have everybody coming back for seconds.
I feel like pork chops never get enough credit. They are always over shadowed by chicken and beef, at least at my house.
One pan is all you need to make a delicious hardy breakfast.
The best and easiest food comes out at game day parties and these sliders are no exception. These little sliders pack a ton of flavor into one tiny bun.