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Sweet Potato cheesecake bars

Looking for a dessert to serve this Thanksgiving that isn’t a pie or cobbler? These sweet potato cheesecake bars are the perfect substitute for pumpkin pie, and they’re cut into bars, so they can be taken on the go for guests that can’t stay… Continue Reading “Sweet Potato cheesecake bars”

jalapeno popper pinwheels

These jalapeƱo popper pinwheels are the perfect appetizer to serve at this year’s holiday party. I like to make these the night before and slice them right before guests arrive for a quick and easy finger food. The jalapeƱos are cooked, so no need… Continue Reading “jalapeno popper pinwheels”

Old fashioned meatloaf

Meatloaf is one of my favorite meals to make during the holidays. It’s perfect for a casual dinner, but can also be served as a special meal for company. This meatloaf is covered in a bbq based sauce, so it has loads of flavor.… Continue Reading “Old fashioned meatloaf”

classic corn chowder

With the weather cooling down, you’re probably looking for some comfort food ( I know I am). In our house, soups and chowders are something we eat multiple times a week in the colder months and this corn chowder is made more often than… Continue Reading “classic corn chowder”

banana pecan bread

Banana bread is the one baked treat I know my entire family will love, so it’s made very often in my house. I decided to make a few changes to this batch to make it a little more festive for the holidays, and everyone… Continue Reading “banana pecan bread”

baked mac and cheese ( w/ grilled onions and bacon)

For many people, macaroni and cheese is the ultimate comfort food. This “grown up” version is filled with bacon, onions, and packs a whole lot of flavor. This recipe would make a perfect side dish during the holidays, or can be eaten as your… Continue Reading “baked mac and cheese ( w/ grilled onions and bacon)”

cheesy potato & sausage soup

With the weather getting cooler, I have one kind of food on my mind… soup! It’s the ultimate comfort food, in my opinion. It can be made in about an hour on the stovetop, or if you have a busy day, throw everything into… Continue Reading “cheesy potato & sausage soup”

easy cheesy goulash

Growing up, goulash was always one of my favorite meals. My mom always made it the traditional way with simple ingredients, but for some reason that bowl of pasta, tomatoes, and hamburger tasted amazing after a long day of playing outside. I often make… Continue Reading “easy cheesy goulash”

pumpkin apple bread (with maple glaze)

Is it just me, or does pumpkin bread always seem a bit bland? I’ve tried so many different spices and ridiculous amounts of sugar only to realize it was apples that brought out the flavors of the pumpkin perfectly! Welcome Fall with this deliciously… Continue Reading “pumpkin apple bread (with maple glaze)”

breakfast enchiladas

What’s more delicious than breakfast for dinner? These breakfast enchiladas are something you can make for dinner and still enjoy leftovers for breakfast the next morning. This recipe uses refridgerated hash browns for a quick fix, but you can easily make homemade if preferred.… Continue Reading “breakfast enchiladas”