Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

It is the perfect time of year for a delicious butternut squash soup and this recipe is so easy to make and will fill you up! I love this as a meal or as a side to a main. It is also perfect to make a large batch and freeze for busy weeknights when youContinue reading “Roasted Butternut Squash Soup”

Beef Stew + Roasted Potatoes

I know soup season is in full swing, but I feel like stew is left out and underrated. I love a good hearty, meaty stew this time of year because it is comforting and filling. Growing up, the winter months were always my favorite because my mom would pull out her crockpot/dutch oven and makeContinue reading “Beef Stew + Roasted Potatoes”

Mushroom + Chicken Soup

Soup season is in full swing in my house and I have so many delicious soups that are so easy! This one features mushrooms and is full of flavor. I used a variety of mushrooms to really draw out the taste. This soup is thick, rich and hearty – think of cream of mushroom butContinue reading “Mushroom + Chicken Soup”

Apple Cider Cinnamon Donuts

Fall is still here and I am all about theapples, so move over pumpkin. Now, I still love pumpkin, but I think apple is so underrated this time of year and needs more love. Apple cider donuts have been a fall staple for a few years and many grocery stores and bakeries sell them..but areContinue reading “Apple Cider Cinnamon Donuts”

Red Wine Roast + Cauliflower Mash

Nothing says fall like a warm roast! Growing up, my mom used to always pull out the dutch oven around September when the leaves would turn and make delicious pot roasts, stews, goulash and more. So warm and hearty, which is exactly what I crave during the colder months. This red wine roast is incredible.Continue reading “Red Wine Roast + Cauliflower Mash”

Creamy Dijon Chicken with Kale and Orzo

This recipe has some ~fall~ vibes, but it is delicious anytime of the year! Although it may seem like a heavy recipe, the lemon and kale really brighten it up and make it refreshing and light. It has so much flavor and comes together pretty quickly. To make this even easier, you can make thisContinue reading “Creamy Dijon Chicken with Kale and Orzo”

Asian Beef Skewers with Onions

This dish may not look like much, but it is full of so much flavor and pretty easy and quick to make. It requires some time to marinate the meat, but luckily that requires no effort on your part. The meat in this is so tender and juicy after it marinates for 24 hours andContinue reading “Asian Beef Skewers with Onions”

Chicken + Veggie Bowl

I am back at it again with another delicious bowl! I just can’t stop and honestly I don’t want to because these are just too dang delicious! This one features a soft boiled egg for all the runny yolk goodness. This bowl is full of roasted vegetables, lentils and shredded chicken. I used rotisserie chickenContinue reading “Chicken + Veggie Bowl”

Salmon Bowl with Miso Soy Dressing

I am on a roll with these grain bowls y’all! I just can’t get enough – they are so easy and tasty. Seriously…the combinations are endless and you can do some many different things with these. I have made it easy for you and compiled some of my own flavor combinations that I think areContinue reading “Salmon Bowl with Miso Soy Dressing”

Goulash

This is not the American noodle-based goulash you are probably familiar with. If you don’t know what I am talking about, maybe it was a midwest thing or maybe just something my mom and her mom used to make. But it was a macaroni noodles dish with ground beef, cream cheese, tomato sauce, cheese andContinue reading “Goulash”