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Chicken Noodle Soup

Chicken Noodle isn’t just good for the soul. The go-to food when you’re not feeling well; it’s also great any time you need a quick meal. If you’re really in a hurry try using precooked rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. While we recommend the staple celery and carrot veggies, feel free to add in anything you like! Sure to make you feel better if you’re under the weather!

Banana Honey Ice Cream

Honey and sour cream each contribute their distinctive tastes to make a well-balanced banana ice cream. Making ice cream at home can be intimidating and a little bit of work. But the results are always worth the effort. While this recipe could be adapted to use other flavors, try it first with the banana and honey for a treat you won’t want to miss!

Tomato and Feta Salad

This recipe is something different from the regular plain salad, something a bit more fun. The best part about this dressing is that it’s easy to throw together the day of serving. Pro Tip –  a little pinch of sugar in the dressing helps to round out the flavor and make it EXTRA delicious. Highly recommend! 

Ham and Cheese Scones

Yes, savory scones are a thing! We know you’re used to your sweet scones with berries, but wait till you try this! It’s great for lunch or just a filling breakfast. Scones are always the best way to go. The nice thing about this recipe is that it doesn’t take much to throw together. You can really use any type of cheddar but a nice mild version is perfect for baking. You should give this recipe a try.

Sausage Jambalaya

There are numerous versions of jambalaya and I decided to go with sausage jambalaya, which is probably one of my favorite versions. Every family has its own version and this is ours. Yes, it’s a much more simplified version! This is the jambalaya you make in the middle of the week when time is short. It’s hearty and filling!  You really should give this recipe a try.

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