This meal is always a hit, especially with kids, and is so super easy. You've got to try it...you'll love it! I had a hard time finding the right kind of tomatoes at the store I was at. So I got these. They turned out very similar to the ones Amy uses. It was less spicy- hot wise. My daughter had just had Fritos for lunch, so she opted to use tortilla chips. It was REALLY good like that too. So if you have those chips and not Fritos- don't fret. *do not be mistaken! this . . .
These pancakes are easy to make and so healthy! Plus, my kids love them. The secret is in the flour. Mix dry ingredients 1st, then mix wet in separate bowl. Pour wet ingredients into dry and stir to combine. Makes about 8 pancakes. I'm thinking I'll add some wheat germ next time I make them for an extra healthy kick. I'll make these for lunch and serve them with a fruit smoothie. It sort of makes me feel like Super Mom! [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:340] . . .
These are SOOO GOOD! And such a fun and easy dinner. Our kids love participating in the assembly of these. And then they love eating them tooUnroll your pizza dough onto a lightly floured surface. Cut them in to 2 inch squares ad fill with your favorite pizza toppings, minus the sauce. My kids personally love the "Hawaiian" toppings, but my husband and I like to get creative. Sometimes we try BBQ Chicken pizza toppings, or picture below is caprese salad filling, with fresh mozzarella. Instead . . .
Here is why I love this dough.. Its fast. Its easy. It turns out great. I love to make this pizza on nights when I really don't feel like cooking, because it just doesn't feel like I'm doing a huge production. The kids love to decorate their own mini-pizzas. I can eat as many veggies as I want and the hubs can eat as much pepperoni as he wants. Best part..EVERYONE is HAPPY!! and that makes me happy. Therefore I love the dough. We love to add a lot of pesto to our sauce, probably equal parts. . . .
One of my favorite places to eat in college was called European Connection. They specialized in crepes...I usually got what was called a half attack. Meaning the humongous crepe was but in half. One side filled and wrapped with entrée food the other half your choice dessert filling. Genius.. your meal comes half deliciousness that fills you up and the other have chocolate berriness that calms the sweet tooth. Our family loves this for dinner, so we make it quite ofen. It's so healthy and . . .
I've always been a fan of enchiladas. As a kid my parents would take me and my family to a small authentic Mexican restaurant called La Casita. With dim lights, scents of stewing jalapeños, and cozy seating it didn't take much to fall in love with the food. Our classic order consisted of the cheese and chicken enchiladas that was smothered in a rich red sauce. Growing up on those enchiladas, with the perfect sauce I've all but boycotted any other red enchilada. Nothing is quite the . . .
I did not grow up on anything outside of good ol' american food. I mean really, while my mom is an excellent cook and isn't pick much at all...she married a husband who is and who suffered from loooooooots of heart burn. So She didn't ever put onion, or peppers in much of her food. She raised kids to appreciate all food, and all veggies- so as we have gotten older all of us have not been afraid to go outside our "comfort food" type meals and eat ethnic, or spicy, or "funny looking..." I think . . .
These are a favorite, and super easy. You might as well buy a few of the ingredients- cause once you make it, you won't be able to stop!! It really is so easy and yummy I made it for my lunch one day. And of course very healthy. Hoisin Sauce can be found in the Asian isle!! I got it at most stores- Albertsons, Fred Meyer, Winco, BUT ironically I didn't find it at our local Walmart. They had the most lame Asian section though. The nice thing about hoisin sauce is it is so flavorful that any . . .
This meal is a staple in our house. I LOVE it. I love how easy it is, how fresh it is, how I always seem to have the ingredients around so when I'm in a pinch or dumbfounded as to what to make for dinner I have this as a backup. The kids not only help eat it but love to help make them. It's full of tender chicken, a little bit of cream cheese, spices and a little more cheese. With a crunchy, crispy, salty crust. If I can remember, I like to put 2 good size chicken . . .
It's all in the sauce with Hawaiian Haystacks! This creamy, flavorful sauce gets a zesty tang with the mixture of toppings. It's a fun dinner, and kids love creating their own! You can make this either in your crock pot or last minute- either way it is a hit. Serve over rice (Coconut Rice is soo yummy). Then add the following to the top: trust me...as weird as it sounds its delicious! * denotes it's a MUST, the rest are just options crunchy chow mein . . .