Thanksgiving is over and we’re marching full speed towards Christmas! The holidays are in full swing and that means life is going to be extra hectic for the next couple weeks. Am I right? Check out Weekly Family Menu Plan – 157 to find solutions to menu planning! There’s slow cooker meals, soup, appetizers, a side dish, and of course a couple desserts!
The best part of Thanksgiving? The leftovers of course! Use up all of your Thanksgiving haul with these epic Turkey, Bacon, and Egg Breakfast Sandwiches with Cranberry Mayo.
This Sweet Corn Queso with Pepperoni Crumbs literally comes together by just stirring ingredients together with a spoon in a cast iron skillet. Red onion, garlic, jalapeño and corn are stirred into Monterey Jack cheese to create this incredible queso that’s garnished with the most insanely delicious pepperoni crumbs, cilantro and jalapeños.
For a creamy, comforting, and easy meal, make Chicken Pot Pie Soup! It’s just like your favorite classic American pot pie but in the form of a cozy soup. Perfect for the family or bringing to a pot luck!
Classic Slow Cooker Roast Beef – Little Dairy on the Prairie
This Classic Slow Cooker Roast Beef recipe creates the most melt in your mouth, fall apart roast in ever! Throw a few ingredients you probably already have in your pantry in a slow cooker, and let it do the work for you! Serve it with mashed potatoes the first time around, then repurpose the leftovers into creative meals the next few nights!
Mexican Rice-Cooker Shrimp and Rice – An easy, cheesy shrimp and rice packed with fabulous flavor! It’s a perfect comforting weeknight meal!
This eight ingredient Skinny Pumpkin Alfredo Sauce uses common pantry and fridge ingredients which means you can enjoy it any day of the week without making a special trip to the grocery store. Garlic, Parmesan cheese, chicken broth and Greek yogurt are thickened into an amazing creamy sauce. Once you stir in pumpkin puree and a sprinkle of ground nutmeg, well, an autumn pasta favorite is born.
This Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin is topped with an easy pomegranate honey glaze for a show stopping meal that’s deceptively easy to make.
Cheesy Onion Scalloped Potatoes – Layers of thinly sliced potatoes in a rich and creamy sauce filled with caramelized onion flavor.
With a soft dark chocolate cookie base and peppermint kiss, these Chocolate Peppermint Blossoms will be the most beautiful cookie on your Christmas plate!
20 Minute Christmas Crack – Little Dairy on the Prairie
20 Minute Christmas Crack is my #1, all time favorite, easiest ever to make candy! I love this stuff! I cannot be left alone with this candy! I’m a sweet and salty addict and a chocolate addict. A couple of the best things about this candy are, that it always turns out, and that the kids can easily help make it!