If you can open a few cans, cut up a garlic clove and roll stuff in tortillas, then you’ll have no problem making these Spinach and Chicken Enchiladas. Not only are they easy to make, but they’re totally customizable and delicious!
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There are a LOT of veggie burgers that you can buy. And I know that. But there’s something gratifying about making my own. Maybe it’s because my patties only contain ingredients I like. Or maybe it’s because I shaped those darn things myself. I don’t know. But I like mine. And now, I’m sharing one of my favorte recipes with YOU! Here’s you make The BEST Black Bean Burgers.
Can we all agree that granola is awesome? Can we also all agree that Crunchy Chunky Granola is awesome? Well, I love a good crunchy granola that’s loaded with big clumps. Want to learn how to make it? Read on friends!
** I received free samples of California Walnuts mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by California Walnuts and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.**
It’s easy to reach for a pre-made snack. I know because I reach for them all of the time. And while I love them, I love the taste of a good, homemade snack better. And this Apple Walnut Snack Cake is no exception! It’s a simple recipe that EVERYONE in your house will soon claim as their favorite!
Yes, here I am. I was gone for a bit, but you know, now I’m stuck in my house and I’ve got to do something with my time! 🙂 Besides writing this blog post, I have also created a new YouTube channel. And that’s where THIS story begins. The story of the invention of #5Ingredients5Meals.
I love pizza. And I love it all year long, but when it’s July in Chicago (and the temperature is hitting the 90 degree mark), there’s no way I’m turning on my oven. Even for pizza. Thank goodness I don’t have to! That’s because even though I live in a small apartment in a big city, I still make my way out to my tiny deck to grill! And with some simple, yet, very delicious ingredients, I can make some pretty fabulous pizzas! Like this Grilled Cabot Cheddar BBQ Bacon Pizza!