Hey, friends! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas! Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are always a little on the exhausting side if you’ve got little ones in the house, but we had a really nice holiday.
You may have noticed that we took off last week from posting the weekly menu – that was on purpose. I, for one, didn’t even make one for us and I thought you all might be doing similar things as well!
How are we all feeling about putting the year 2020 behind us and beginning a new year? I’m always ready for a new year and now I’m looking forward to spring, even though we’ve just begun winter. I always feel like winter should end with Christmas…but really, somehow it’s just the beginning.
I am however, ready to cook without a holiday approaching for awhile and just focus on playing in the kitchen. How about you??
Here’s what we’re making this week:
Roasted Garlic Chicken
This warm, aromatic recipe for roasted garlic chicken is ready in about 30 min, makes your house smell amazing, and is pretty healthy!
Ready in under 45 minutes, this rich and creamy recipe for beef stroganoff is sure to make mushroom lovers out of your entire family.
One Pot Chickpea Curry
Quick and tasty while healthy and full of flavor, this one pot chickpea curry is definitely a recipe you and your family should try!
Crunchy, cheesy, and insanely craveable, these southwest wontons are the ultimate appetizer - grab your wonton wrappers and get frying!
Slow-Cooker Pizza Fondue
Easy, fun, flexible, and ridiculously kid-friendly, slow-cooker Pizza Fondue is a recipe your little ones will beg for on a regular basis!
Roasted Zucchini Lasagna
This flavorful, healthy, vegetarian roasted zucchini lasagna is a great way to use up all those extra late summer veggies you have lying around!
Slow-Cooker Korean BBQ Beef Tacos
These Slow-Cooker Korean BBQ Beef Tacos have everything - texture, flavor, and timing! They're quick, easy, and oh-so-tasty!
Appetizers Board on Pinterest
So many (200+) ideas for appetizers, starters, sides - you name it. These are great ways to round out meals and dinner plans!
I do know that New Year’s Eve marks another holiday of sorts, but we usually keep things really casual and snack more than we actually cook. So, I thought I’d share my Appetizers Pinterest board with you in case you were looking for things you could snack on to ring in 2021, too!
I hope you all have a great week!