I can’t decide if I feel like February flew by or dragged on. Either way, this week we begin the month of March and I just can’t help thinking how are we into the third month of the new year already? Stay tuned – later this week I’ll be emailing out our monthly newsletter again already! 🤯
Seeing that March is upon us, who has spring break plans? We don’t have any plans to go anywhere this year. In 2021, we roadtripped it back across the Western US after picking up a new family car in Ohio. Last year, we traveled to Florida and took the kids to Walt Disney World – how was that last year!? Feels like last week! This year we’re just planning to enjoy some time with Grace home from school for a bit.
This week is on and off rain and so I am making comfort food this week but also, with Grace home, I’m planning to make one of her favorite meals. We all cannot wait to see her!
Here’s what we’re cooking this week:
Slow-Cooker Split Pea Soup
This easy slow-cooker split pea soup recipe is just the thing for a cold winter's night. It's warm, filling, and rustic, but doesn't pack on the calories.
This easy, quick, low-calorie recipe for vodka penne is an addicting, indulgent take on a hearty pasta dish. The unique creamy tomato sauce is a hit with kids and adults alike!
Chinese Meatball Sliders
These sweet and zesty little Chinese Meatball Sliders are easy, quick, and serve equally well as a family meal or a fun appetizer for a group!
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!
English Muffin Pizzas
These fun, easy, quick English muffin pizzas are a family favorite - we make them all the time! The kids love designing their own mini pizza masterpieces!
Buttery and flaky, these easy drop biscuits are not only quick to make but compliment just about any meal, too.
The Best Cheesy Scrambled Eggs
This incredibly simple four-ingredient recipe results in the best cheesy scrambled eggs we know how to make! Breakfast, brunch, or breakfast for dinner!
Sparkling Cider Pound Cake with Sparkling Cider Glaze
A bit of carbonation makes this sparkling apple cider pound cake taste & feel special! You'll note a "sparkle" in the cake & the glaze!
Ya know, St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, so I think I’m going to get a jump on the ol’ Irish holiday and share my St. Patrick’s Day Pinterest board with you. It has main dishes as well as desserts and many things in-between. Go check it out!
Happy Cooking, everyone!