A friend brought these Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies to an activity one evening. I loved them so much that I just had to get the recipe from her. They are easy to make and this recipe makes a large batch, plenty to take to a party this fall and holiday season. Here’s how to make the Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies:
It feels like fall is now here where I live, and when the weather turns colder, I love making soups. Here are 9 of my favorite soup recipes.
Creamy Potato Soup – This soup is so delicious and is one of our family Christmas Eve traditions.
Three-Bean Chili – I also need to update this photo, but this chili is simple and yummy and can be thrown together within minutes.
My sister-in-law made this Slow Cooker Copycat Cafe Rio Sweet Pork for a family gathering. I loved it so much that I had to make it for one our family dinners. And now it’s one or our family favorite recipes. In addition, I really like adding the Cilantro Ranch Dressing to the top of the pork so I make it every time. It’s nice to have a dinner that is delicious and you don’t have to run to the restaurant to pick it up. I’m also a fan of slow cooker recipes because dinner is practically ready to eat at the end of the day. If you like this sweet pork recipe, you’ll also want to try this Slow Cooker Copycat Cafe Rio Shredded Chicken recipe here. And below is the recipe for the sweet pork.
When I was younger, my mother would make this Chicken Parmesan Quiche, as well as a Ham & Cheese Quiche, for breakfast every once in a while. I enjoyed eating a homemade hot breakfast before school started, and making this for my family brought back good memories. This recipe will make two quiche crusts and filling. When I made this recipe, I made one Chicken Parmesan Quiche and another ham and cheese quiche. Here’s the Chicken Parmesan Quiche recipe:
I like meals that I can throw into my slow cooker, as well as meals that I can freeze and pull out for later. This Honey Sesame Chicken recipe is a crock pot meal and it can also be placed in a freezer bag and frozen for a later meal. Here’s the recipe:
I usually make this Spaghetti Salad recipe for a summer BBQ or potluck because it feeds a lot of people and it’s delicious. There are never any leftovers to take home. It’s a simple side dish to make, and if you dice the vegetables ahead of time, it only takes minutes to throw together. Here is the Spaghetti Salad recipe:
I love pizza and I love French bread, so I knew this French Bread Pizza would be a yummy recipe to share with all of you. And this is a fast meal to make on days when you don’t have a lot of time or you haven’t decided what to make for dinner. Here’s how to make the French Bread Pizza:
On the days I am extremely busy, and I know I won’t have much time to make dinner, I’ll throw together this Crock Pot Pork Chops & Gravy. It seriously took me less than five minutes to put it in the crock pot and to turn on. Ten minutes before my family is ready to eat dinner, I’ll make rice in the rice cooker and steam some vegetables. My kids ate up this dish. Thanks to my sister-in-law for this time-saving recipe.
I love desserts that are quick to make. And my family loves these Chocolate Peanut Butter No Bake Cookies. They always get eaten up fast because they are so yummy.
Here is the recipe for these Chocolate Peanut Butter No Bake Cookies:
A friend of mine made these Chicken Salad Croissant Sandwiches for a family and friend luncheon after her baby was blessed. They are light and yummy, and I probably ate four of them because they tasted so good. Here’s how to make them: