One Pan Creamy Orzo & Smoked Sausage

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tyson  Foods, Inc. All ideas, recipes, & opinions are entirely my own. Need a deliciously hearty meal in a flash? One Pan Creamy Orzo & Smoke Sausage fits the bill. Loads of flavor, the entire family will enjoy! Here I am at the beginning of August staring at the calendar in complete disbelief that in a few short weeks I’ll be sending my kids back to school. Now don’t {Read More}

Apple Bourbon Pulled Pork Sliders with Slaw

Make these deliciously easy Apple Bourbon Pulled Pork Sliders with Slaw! Perfect for game day spreads or for an easy meal anytime. You’ll love them!   Have you ever wanted to hug your slow cooker? I definitely have! I’ve lost count of the times that this invaluable small kitchen appliance has helped me pull off a delicious dinner on busy nights. I’m sure you’ve seen posts where I’ve mentioned my slow cooker love before, but once again my slow cooker {Read More}

Broccoli, Sausage & Pasta Casserole

Flavors blend wonderfully in this Broccoli, Sausage & Pasta Casserole. This easy to prepare dish is family-friendly and gentle on the budget too. I don’t know about you but as soon as the weather starts to get colder I start thinking casseroles.  Something warm, delicious and comforting in a big old pan resulting in yummy leftovers….bring it on! Originally I stumbled upon a recipe found on the back of a box of pasta and it morphed into this dish. Recipes {Read More}

Baked Broccoli Cheese Dip

This Baked Broccoli Cheese Dip is the perfect party food! 3 types of cheese and broccoli baked together make this a fabulous dip made for pure enjoyment. I just love dips, hot ones or cold ones, spicy, savory or sweet, bring on the dips!  I’ve been making versions of this Baked Broccoli Cheese Dip for years now. It has evolved over the years and is really quite a versatile dip.  If you have Colby-Jack cheese on hand and not sharp cheddar {Read More}

Throw Back Thursday ~ Broccoli Casserole

I posted this recipe last year – it’s a great holiday side dish because it can be made before hand, stored in the fridge and then heated up in the oven (if you do that – just don’t bake it the 30 minutes until 30 minutes before dinner 😉 ).  In fact ~ I think this picture is from my last years Easter Dinner! Enjoy it! ~ Heather Chances are if you live in the midwest, you have had this {Read More}