Crust-less Corn and Cheddar Quiche

Crustless quiche? You might be asking yourself what’s the point? And the answer is that the result is delicious. It’s definitely amazing, I thought that it wouldn’t have turned out at first but it did, hands down the best quiche recipe I have tried. Save those carbs for something else and try this crustless version of a classic! 

Butternut Squash and Lentil stew

If you are looking for something easy and healthy, this recipe is wheat, gluten, dairy-free and also vegan. Its absolutely delicious and you should give it a try. The lentils and the squash combine to make something super savory and filling. It’s nice on a cold day or when you just need a taste of home!

Popovers

This is my own variation on the classic popover recipe, with sugar and cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla added for flavor. You can stay the savory route, but you’re feeling adventurous, try this version! If you don’t have whole nutmeg to freshly grate, use the already grated stuff! You won’t want to miss out on it’s flavor impact. 

All Day Macaroni And Cheese

Mac and cheese is one of America’s most iconic dishes and who doesn’t love a good mac and cheese? This is sure to become your new favorite mac and cheese recipe. It is easy to throw into your crockpot in the morning so you’re treated to a delicious ready-to-go dinner at night! Be sure to use evaporated milk to get the consistency right! 

20 Minute Tuna Casserole

There are many takes on the classic tuna casserole recipe. With this one, the aim is to get it all done within 20 minutes. Simply follow this recipe step by step and you’ll be rocking with a delicious tuna casserole. If you want to increase your veggies, try adding in some frozen peas!

Devilled Eggs

Looking to make a delicious appetizer or simply a treat for the family? I’m sure you’ve seen these at cocktail parties as appetizers and wondered, how do you make “devilled eggs”? Well, today is your lucky day as I’m going to take you through the simple steps! This recipe is great for anyone trying to increase their protein intake without giving up delicious snacks!

Breakfast Casserole

Looking for a quick and easy breakfast that your family will love? Instead of just going with a traditional scrambled eggs breakfast, why not try a breakfast casserole? Just follow these simple directions and within 30 minutes you’ll have your tasty breakfast. You can even make it the night before and bake on the day of to save you time.

Squash Fries

Oven-baked squash fries? This is a not-so-obvious choice for “making fries” but after giving this recipe a try, I can say it tastes great! Instead of whipping out those potatoes, try squash instead, it’s definitely a unique take on fries. We recommend yellow squash, but let’s be real, this is the perfect occasion for all that leftover zucchini you don’t know what to do with!

Grilled Eggplant With Fresh Herbs

No matter the time of year, a good grilled vegetable is hard to beat! Looking for a healthy low calorie meal that is absolutely delicious? Try this grilled eggplant recipe that utilizes lots of herbs to give it a nice pop! Pro tip – To make sure your eggplant isn’t bitter, lay cute slices on a paper towel, salt, and allow the juices to run out. It helps decrease the chance of any bitter aftertastes! 

Buttered Southern Greens

A southern tradition I’m happy to adapt into my life! Have you ever tried your leafy vegetables smothered in butter? Well, if not, here’s your chance to follow a simple recipe to turn your veggies into buttered delight. It’s a great side dish to any sort of Sunday roast or mash potatoes. Or eat it over rice and chicken! 

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