You guys, let’s face it, it’s the holidays! Our lives begin to become even more chaotic. Between running the kids to the sporting events, making sure homework is being done, ordering presents online once the children are in bed, remembering to grab the Teachers a gift, hosting a party or two, remembering to schedule the baby sitter for the company Christmas party and everything in between….I’m outta breath just saying all that…and taking care of yourself and your family it’s all overwhelming.
I’m serious ya’ll. These are quick and easy recipes…I’m not going to mislead you! Each of these easy recipes can be placed on your table in 30 minutes, if not less.
*I need to reshoot a lot of these easy recipes. They are from when I first got into this whole recipe thing 🙂
Fruit Parfait – Super easy to make and can be made days ahead of time.
Homemade Granola – I love to keep this on hand as a quick snack, to add in with our parfait or to top with a fruit salad.
TT’s Simple Cinnamon French Toast – Grab out bread, eggs and cinnamon for this super easy French Toast recipe. The great thing about this is you can make a huge batch, put the rest in a freezer ziploc bag and heat up with a toaster as needed!
Pancake Recipes – Again, this is one where you can double or triple the recipe to create enough breakfasts for 2-3 quick and easy busy morning breakfasts.
Momma’s Biscuits and Gravy – From start to finish this breakfast takes about 20 minutes to make. If you don’t have 20 minutes make the gravy the night before and heat up the biscuits as soon as you wake up. When heating up the gravy you’ll want to add some milk to thin it out.
Famous Crack Chicken Salad – This batch of chicken salad will have lunch covered all week.
Bacon Penne Carbonara – A super yummy lunch recipe that’s on the table in under 20 minutes if you use leftover bacon from breakfast!
Bruschetta Pasta – Make your very own bruschetta and then toss it with any pasta that you have on hand and a dash of EVOO. To lower the calories and carbs you can mix in with zucchini noodles too.
Homemade Manwich – One of my favorite recipes to keep in the fridge and sneak in veggies for the kids! I heat it up for a super quick lunch and serve with celery and carrots or fruit salad.
Onion & Garlic Green Beans – I love love love this recipe and often eat it for lunch all year round. If you want to add a handful of bacon or ham by all means…
Avocado & Green Onion Chicken Salad – A creamy and delicious chicken salad that uses very little mayo.
Simple Strawberry Salad – It wasn’t until I started loosing weight and eating healthier that I found my love for fruit with salad. It’s so goood….and now I want a strawberry salad!
Whole Wheat Italian Wrap – One of the easiest lunches you’ll ever make. It’s a great alternative to a boring old sandwich and has a bite from the banana peppers!
Cincinnati Skyline Chili Dip – Whether you need a quick appetizer for the big game or for unexpected guests this chili dip comes together in just minutes and will feed a crowd.
Chunky Lime Salsa – This is the best salsa recipe you’ll ever have, I guarantee it! My entire family chows down on it and makes a great appetizer any time of the year.
Baked Onion Rings – When I’m craving onion rings this is the only recipe I’ll make. It avoids all the oil and the deep fried calories and still turn out yummy and crunchy!
My Famous Deviled Eggs – A traditional deviled egg recipe that can feed a crowd or one! They are delicious and now I want one…or two…or three!
Sausage Dip Packed with Veggies – A appetizer inspired by Ree Drummond aka Pioneer Woman! It’s pretty amazing really if you love veggies!
Sausage Hanky Panky – Damn I desperately need to reshoot this recipe! Take the crock pot along with this recipe. It feeds an army and then some.
Guacamole Recipe – The only guacamole recipe you’ll ever need, makes a great side or appetizer no matter the reason!
Lasagna Casserole – Make this on a night that you have time. Pop in the freezer and throw it in the oven to heat up for a super simple weeknight dinner.
TGI Friday’s Cajun Chicken Pasta – One of my all time favorite recipes that I make in our home. This dish is literally on the table in 20 minutes.
Crock Pot Pot Roast – My Crock Pot Pot Roast recipe is one that my “Betty Boop” passed down to me and so glad she did. It’s amazing and prep time is all that is involved. Let the crock pot do the work and come home to a delicious meal that’s hearty and wholesome.
30 Minute Beef Stroganoff – If you have 30 minutes that’s all you need to create this beef stroganoff recipe.
Crusted Cayenne & Lemon Salmon – This salmon recipe cooks up so fast you’ll need to start your side dishes first! It’s packed full of flavor, melts in your mouth like butter and is healthy for you!
Spicy Pulled Pork – Whether you want a nice spicy and smokey BBQ sandwich, pork tacos, baked potato topping or nachos this Spicy Pulled Pork is one of my Husband’s favorite recipes to make and to eat.
Crock Pot Chicken Fajita Pasta – The longest part about making this recipe is heating up the water for the noodles to boil! This is quickly becoming a Reader favorite.
Chicken Over Rice – A recipe that Beanies has been making since she was about 3 1/2 years old. It utilizes 3 ingredients in the crock pot and one that I’ve been eating since I was a little girl.
Homemade Hershey Syrup – This Homemade Hershey Syrup recipe has been pinned over 12K times so you know it’s a good one to have on hand! Not to mention it makes for a great last minute gift idea!
Whipped Hershey’s Chocolate Pudding Pie – There’s no baking involved. If you can use a whisk you can pretty much whip this sucker up!
Homemade Hershey Sundae Pie – Pretty much one of my favorite and go to recipes. There’s no baking involved, can be made days before you need it and it stays in the freezer!
My Chilled Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe – If you haven’t made these chocolate chip cookies you really should stop what you are doing, print the recipe off and go at least make the dough. The tip to this cookie is chilling and under baking 😉
Homemade Buckeyes – On the chance you are looking to impress some folks bring these Homemade Buckeyes along. You can make them and keep in the freezer for a month or two!
Boston Creme Cake Shooters – This dessert is light on calories, big on flavor and comes together as quick as it takes pudding to set up! Not to mention there’s no baking involved and all you need is angel food cake bought from the grocery, pudding and the Hershey Syrup recipe from above 😉
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