Chicken Tortilla Casserole is comfort food. When I was growing up my mom made several versions of tortilla casseroles and I loved all of them. This casserole I put together is slightly different from my mother’s recipe. It also works great with left over holiday turkey, and you know we’re always looking for . . . → Read More: Chicken Tortilla Casserole
This has very rapidly become a favorite dish at our house! Out of the six of us five of us LOVE it and my pickiest eater says it’s okay. I’ve made it about once a week since the weather has been a little cooler.
2 cups chopped cooked chicken breast 1 Onion, . . . → Read More: Chicken Tortilla Soup
Here is a super easy kid friendly Tomato Soup recipe that we found in the Southern Living Kids Cookbook and adapted for our family. As you know Faith and I have been trying to get some kitchen time in each week. One of my goals is to get her to the point where she feels . . . → Read More: Tomato Soup
Flan was my favorite dessert from my childhood days in Mexico. I still love it and now my kids do too. This was a super easy kid friendly flan.
Ingredients: 3 eggs 1 cup La Lechera Sweetened condensed milk 1 cup milk Caramels
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Cool weather has finally come to Texas. We couldn’t help but enjoy it with some nice warm chunky cheese soup. It was my daughter’s turn to cook again, and she chose this dish from her Southern Living Kids Cookbook.
¼ cup butter ½ cup chopped onions 1 cup shredded . . . → Read More: Cheddar Cheese Soup
I wanted something fun and festive to snack on while we watched the Husker game on TV, which is why I decided to color the caramel red, but not why it is also yellow–ahem! You can get the full story here, but the popcorn was delicious and so easy.
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We are Nebraska football fans. When I first moved to Nebraska I didn’t even like football, but I had enough obnoxious Texan in me to shout, “No wonder Nebraska is doing so well, half of the players are from Texas,” when they announced the starting line up at my first game! The heads in front . . . → Read More: Bbq Sandwich
I love the smell of homemade bread baking. Something about it makes me feel like a homemaker from ages past, never mind that I utilize my bread maker! For an extra special treat I made Cinnamon Honey Butter to go with my basic white homemade bread. Cinnamon Honey Butter is so easy and delicious!
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Jason’s grandma Delores introduced me to this dish. She served it every Easter. I am not a huge fan of Jello ordinarily so I didn’t expect to like it all that well, but I loved it. In fact Grandma served it as part of the meal, but I liked it better than the desserts!
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I love this soup! I think the idea for it originated with my parents trying a cabbage soup diet when I was a kid. I loved it then too. I was the skinniest girl you can imagine, but woo hoo I loved it when my parent’s went on this diet.
1/2 head . . . → Read More: Mexican Cabbage Soup Recipe