When I get the opportunity, I LOVE to cook. Three nights out of the week I’m teaching so the other four I try to get in the kitchen and lately I’ve been pulling non-stop from my Pinterest boards.
Now when I’ve done Pinterest recipe posts before, it’s been in the form of “hit or miss”. You can find them HERE
. Well, I can’t really do that this time because I have been on a nothing but hit streak! These recipes I’m about the share with you NEED to be on your next grocery list because they are delicious!
Talk about easy eats! It’s as simple as cook the ravioli and then layer the rest in the dish to bake. It came out delicious and makes plenty.
This one definitely took a lot of prep with the chopping and then the whole cooking the spaghetti squash. But, with that said, nothing is hard about it. Just takes time and it is well worth it! All of the ingredients get mixed up well and you get full flavor for each bite. I think that the lime juice in the recipe really kicks it up and makes it that much better. Plus, look how colorful those ingredients are!
I made these for the first time for our New Year’s Eve dinner. These…with chili…yes! They came out wonderfully fluffy and sweet. Hands down, best cornbread recipe! Now, if you like your cornbread more savory, this won’t be the recipe for you but, let me tell you, these could seriously change your mind.
The second time I made them I used a casserole dish instead of the muffin tin. Same fluffy result and just as delish!
I literally just made this last night and if I could have eaten the entire dish, I would have! Beside the great taste, what I love about it is the fact that it doesn’t taste like a “light” recipe. It’s creamy and flavorful but made with greek yogurt and whole wheat pasta. Oh! And I used sweet Italian sausage instead of the spicy that it calls for since I’m not a fan of the spicy with my Italian food. I did, however, use the red pepper flakes that are in the recipe and it was a nice touch.
If it can be made in the microwave, let me at it! I just found out about cooking bacon in the microwave, changed my breakfast game! Anyway, this was great! I probably could have used more syrup in mine but I was being conservative since what we have in the fridge just didn’t go with the healthy feel of the dish. This was not only yummy but filling which is exactly what I need in the mornings.
Just shut the front door and leave me alone with this dish. Ok…one, it’s Mexican so we know how I’m feeling about that right now and two, CROCKPOT!! My crockpot is second only to my microwave when it comes to kitchen appliances. Crockpot cooking allows me to cook even on the nights when I’m teaching. I can put it together before I leave and it’s ready to have a quick bite or just put in containers for the next day. This recipe will definitely be making a second appearance soon!
Have a recipe from your blog you’d like me to try? Let me know in the comments and I’ll be happy to pin it, whip it up and give it a go!
These recipes are from my two food boards, Food = Love and The Skinny, be sure to check them out!