Posts Tagged: “cheese”

  • Farm Fresh Breakfast Quesadillas {Freezer Meal}

    Disclaimer: This recipe was created in partnership with Frigidaire Gallery®. But the opinions are all ours!  My kids are totally on a quesadilla kick. No matter what we put in it, if we put something between two tortillas and call it a quesadilla, it’s a win.  In light of the

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  • Spinach and Bacon Quiche {Freezer Meal}

    This freezer friendly spinach and bacon quiche recipe has been circulating in my home for quite a while now. You guys, it is SO good. I wish I could say it was healthy but I can assure you it wouldn’t be on the weight watchers website. However, with the exception of

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  • Cheesy Pesto Bread

    My husband gets excited about any meal if it includes his beloved pesto cheese bread. Lets be honest, so do I. It is SO good. It doesn’t rank too highly in the healthy department since it is made with white bread and a generous amount of butter but I thought

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  • Homemade Ham and Cheese Crescent Rolls {Freezer Meal}

    Little hands can’t get enough of these ham and cheese crescent rolls. Don’t believe me? Here’s what happened when I was trying to get a picture of these bad boys. Who can blame her? Between the sweet, soft, buttery dough, the warm ham, and the melted cheese, these rolls are

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    Crowd Pleaser Mexican Soup {Freezer Meal}

    Updated and republished from January 2012 This Mexican soup recipe never fails to please a crowd. It is one of my favorite recipes for a lot of reasons: 1) It tastes awesome! 2) It is primarily made with veggies and beans. 3) It freezes really well, and you know how

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  • Burrito Pie {Freezer Meal}

    So I’ve been in this Freezer Club for 6 years with some of my besties. We strive to cook freezer meals made with mostly local, organic meats and produce, while also avoiding foods with preservatives and additives. We try to balance that value with making things our families will like.

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  • Seven Layer Taco Dip Recipe

    7 Layer Taco Dip Recipe (Healthified!)

    I’ll give you 3 reasons why you need to make this dip soon: 1 – It’s an easy, no-cook and healthy meal. I left this in the fridge, and we ate on it for lunch, snacks, and dinner throughout the week. Not only can you dip tortilla chips but carrot

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  • Baked Cheesy Spinach Tortellini

    Baked Cheesy Spinach Tortellini {Freezer Meal}

    Need a 25-minute four-ingredient dish for dinner that everyone will love? Baked Cheesy Spinach Tortellini is it! Baked Cheesy Spinach Tortellini is a vegetarian spin-off of my Baked Beef Ravioli. It’s meatless but oh-so-filling. Plus, it’s also a great way to use up leftover frozen or fresh spinach and sneak

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  • Baked Nachos

    Baked Nachos–A Healthy, Fast, Kid-Friendly Meal

    It’s almost silly that I’m posting this recipe since it’s so easy, but I feel compelled to share Baked Nachos since they are: – A home run every time I make them for the fam. – Quick! Baked Nachos only take about 15 minutes from start to finish. – A

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  • $3 Worth of Beans Gets You All This (+ Taco Salad Recipe)

    With food prices skyrocketing in the past few years, I’ve had to think of cheap creative ways to continue to make healthy, mostly organic, real food for my family.  It’s not easy.  Dried beans are a tremendous help, though! Last week, I accidentally cooked WAY too many dried beans.  I

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  • Instant Homemade Breakfast Sandwich

    As I mentioned in a recent post called Healthy Breakfast Ideas, not only is breakfast my favorite meal of the day, but science tells us it’s the most important for our health.  So today I share with you yet another one of our family’s quick breakfasts–Instant Breakfast Sandwiches. When you

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  • southwest chicken tenders

    Southwest Chicken and Bacon Wraps – A Parent and Kid Favorite!

    Bacon, marinated grilled chicken, two kinds of cheese, lettuce, and tomatoes wrapped in a tortilla with ranch salsa sauce.  What’s not to love about the Southwest Bacon and Chicken Wrap? This recipe began with an attempt to recreate one of our family’s favorite dishes from one of our favorite local

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  • Fake-Out Starbucks Breakfast Sandwiches {Freezer Meal}

    This Starbucks sandwich is our entire family’s favorite fast food breakfast sandwich! For almost $4 you can grab this rather tasty breakfast sandwich with no additives or preservatives from Starbucks. Or you can make, freeze, and reheat your own homemade Starbucks fake-out at home each morning for about $1.00 per sandwich. My homemade Starbucks

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  • Baked Egg Cups

    Baked Egg Cups {Freezer Meal}

      Baked Egg Cups might just blow your mind. I’m not using hyperbole when I say I did find one of the easiest breakfast, lunch, or dinner recipes for kids ever today. Baked Egg Cups require the following ingredients: cooking spray muffin tin ham (I used hash browns instead for

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  • Savory Breakfast Muffins

    Savory Breakfast Muffins {Freezer Meal}

    My husband needs quick, hearty breakfasts that he can take in the car with him on the way to work.  Savory Breakfast Muffins fit the bill and are his absolute favorite. They are a cornbread-type muffin with meat, eggs, cheese and vegetables in them.  I make a big batch and

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  • Easy oven omelet recipe

    Oven Omelet {Freezer Meal}

    My family has a love affair with eggs whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.  No skin off my back, since they are cheap, easy to make, and healthy.  This “omelette” casserole is either breakfast or dinner at our house at least once a week.  A few advantages of the

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  • Cheesy Chicken and Black Bean Enchiladas

    Cheesy Chicken and Black Bean Enchiladas {Freezer Meal}

    Here’s my husband’s and my favorite enchilada recipe.  If you want to go lighter on the cheese, these enchiladas are really quite good for you.  With the chicken, beans, vegetables, and whole wheat tortillas, you’re getting some great lean protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals.  If you’re making this for kids,

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