Another light, yummy and flavorful soup for you to try! Try making Crockpot Cilantro Chicken Tacos first and using the leftover mixture as the base for this soup.
I am by no means a vegetarian, but I do happen to enjoy a lot of vegetarian food. Cody just can’t understand why I eat tofu if I don’t “have to”–but the answer is simply because I like it!! I don’t think tofu tastes anything like meat, but that doesn’t mean I don’t think it tastes good (not to mention how good it is for you!) So although black bean burgers don’t taste anything like a real juicy burger, that doesn’t mean it’s not delicious in its own right. In fact, even Cody agreed that these burgers were pretty tasty!
Latin American food is definitely one of my guilty pleasures! Anyone who knows me knows that queso is one of my favorite foods (especially after I have a drink or two in me…!), and I love a good taco. The problem with going out to a restaurant for Latin American food is that I typically gorge myself with queso, chips, margs and more and then I’m left feeling quite unhealthy. So that’s where this dish comes in!
Here is my recipe for probably-not-super-authentic-but-at-least-they’re-tasty-and-healthy Crockpot Cilantro Chicken Tacos!
Okay, y’all, this is one of my all-time favorite recipes! Adapted from Southern Living, this stew is savory and good for the soul. It is an absolutely perfect dish to whip up on a cold, gloomy day while you’re waiting for spring to finally come around! Try it out and let me know what you think.
Since I am only cooking for myself the majority of the time, I like to make recipes that I know will freeze nicely. That way, I can just go ahead and freeze half of whatever I make. Today’s freezer-friendly recipe: stuffed peppers! Quick, easy, healthy and yummy–you can’t go wrong with this one.
Time for more fall crockpot recipes! Chili is one of the ultimate comfort foods. And so, so easy to make.
This is my mama’s recipe, so get ready for a delicious meal that tastes like home and fall and happiness!
Fall is here–AKA the best time of the year!! Cooler temps, football, pretty leaves, pumpkins, the NC State Fair…and plenty of crockpot recipes!! Here is my first of many crockpot recipes of the season–Lentil Soup. Full of veggies and flavor, this one is a fall staple. Luckily for me (since I didn’t half the recipe and am only cooking for one), this soup also freezes nicely!