Berry Cobbler (Raspberry, Blueberry, Blackberry)

Health experts tell us we should eat the colors of the rainbow for good health. These deep dark berries are beyond amazing all by themselves, but when you toss them in a casserole dish and top them with a little somethin’-somethin’ they become ✨magic✨! I try to keep portions small, this is a teeny bowl 😉

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Yet another bowl of tasty goodness!

Yummy bowl of goodness!

Bowls are popular. They can be quick (oh so quick!), healthy (well, as healthy as you make them) and so darn good! It’s nice to take a day and prepare some veggies for the week, then just a quick heat up of the ingredients that sound good to you at the time and *BAM* Dinner. Is. Ready! #woohoo

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World Famous Christmas Cookies

These are actually called Christmas Butter Cookies – my family pulled the recipe out of a magazine back in the way back in the 1960’s and we’ve made them ever since. Five stars! Not only are they so tasty, but they are so much fun to make and especially to decorate. I can remember good times decorating one at a time (like tinsel on a tree, one piece at a time)… #whorememberstinsel?


Easy Stovetop Mac and Cheese by The Stay At Home Chef!

Easy Stovetop Mac and Cheese by The Stay @ Home Chef

Macaroni and Cheese, a cult favorite of many – this recipe whips up quick and easy – it’s creamy and divine. Hard to believe, but it’s as fast as making the boxed kind, seriously – and far better! You will fall in love… I love this mac and cheese with salmon patties. Quick to through together!

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Breakfast (or lunch) of Champions!

Black Bean, Fresh Corn, Avocado, Brown Rice Breakfast Wrap with Pepper Jack

This wrap is a winner! It will fill you up and keep you full. It’s quick and easy to make and once you make a batch you can eat it for days and freeze the remainder to pull out for a quick breakfast! Essentially, this is almost too good to be true!

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Making a Tuna Melt Quesadilla!

Tuna Melt Quesadilla, Homemade Cole Slaw and Tortilla Chips

Wow! This is so much better than it sounds, trust me! We used to get a tuna melt at a restaurant (they stopped carrying it) – it came with slaw that had a sesame taste to it… it was delicious, and it was HUGE, we would usually split it along with a salad. We have been eating at home since early March because of Covid19. We did pick up some carryout for my birthday last week and it was fabulous. I’m trying to think of things to make that are different – I can get stuck in a rut recipe-wise. THIS IS AMAZING!

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Recipe Reminder: Making BBQ Sauce (Grilled Chicken and Corn)!

Oooh! Making BBQ sauce is SO worth your time. It doesn’t take long and your house will smell divine while it’s cooking! I divide it into 1/4 or 1/3 cup increments and put in freezer bags! That works well for 2 chicken breasts.

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