Leftover Turkey Noodle Casserole

Tired of having leftover Thanksgiving turkey? Make an easy Leftover Turkey Noodle Casserole and change things up! This easy family-pleasing meal is great! Hard to believe when I look at the calendar I see Thanksgiving poking around the corner rather quickly. Only one more week until Halloween and then it’s full-steam ahead into November. I’m looking forward to having our first Thanksgiving here at our new house. I have a much larger kitchen to prepare a big meal in and {Read More}

Slow Cooker Chicken & Gravy

Slow Cooker Chicken & Gravy is pure comfort food straight from your crockpot. A delicious dinner served with mashed potatoes, so good! This recipe was so easy – and I have to be honest – SO DELISH!  We loved it – the next time I make it I’m doubling to have more leftovers!  I really loved how comfort food this was – exactly what I need some nights! I’m making more so my husband and I can use the leftovers {Read More}

Slow Cooker Beef Tips & Gravy

Comfort food at its very best! Slow Cooker Beef Tips & Gravy is the perfect meal for delivering homemade flavors with your crockpot. Great freezer meal too! Slow Cooker Beef Tips & Gravy is a recipe that seems as though you’ve been slaving away at the stove all day long when in reality it was cooking away in your slow cooker.  This is one EASY recipe and when I mean easy I’m not pulling your chain. The beef tips are {Read More}

Turkey Loaf

Swap out your regular meatloaf recipe for this delicious Turkey Loaf! Full of amazing flavors, easy to make and fantastic for leftovers. So I am not making anything too fancy when I make meatloaf… Who does really? I use minced turkey not beef.  I also use a McCormick Bag ‘n Season® Meat Loaf.  Makes it so easy and keeps it moist. I follow the directions on the packet: YOU WILL NEED 1 pkg. McCormick Cooking Bag & Seasoning Mix 1 1/2 {Read More}

Homestyle Meatloaf with Gravy & Mashed Cauliflower

Homestyle Meatloaf with Gravy & Mashed Cauliflower ~ If you are like me, you don’t want ketchup anywhere near your meatloaf. Great with mashed cauliflower! I can’t do ketchup in meatloaf. I just can’t. There’s no real logic behind my dramatic dislike, since ketchup and beef seem to naturally go together; a juicy burger is fantastic topped with ketchup. Maybe I’ve never been able to shake off the memories of my Grammy’s meatloaf, which was slathered in some ketchup-based, blood-red {Read More}