Greek Turkey Burgers

Over the past few weeks I’ve done so much to get ready for the arrival of our sweet baby. Nursery is done, hospital bags are packed, house is moderately clean, and freezer meals are in the works. We’ve only got a few days left (hopefully) before he is going to make his grand entrance, and… Continue reading Greek Turkey Burgers


Overnight French Toast Casserole

I love French Toast. It’s probably my favorite breakfast food along with bacon… lots and lots of bacon. I served this recipe last week for Thanksgiving morning, and it was a huge hit with the family. Mom and dad and my sister and her husband, all came to my house to cook Thanksgiving dinner, and… Continue reading Overnight French Toast Casserole


The Best Spinach Artichoke Dip 

Yesterday, Trev and I hosted our annual Halloween party, and even though things were much more relaxed this year, the food was still amazing. We had homemade jalapeño poppers, potato skins, a lovely cheeseboard, sausage balls, and a few other snacks, but my spinach artichoke dip was definitely the belle of the ball. Everyone asked… Continue reading The Best Spinach Artichoke Dip 


Easy Chili w/Cheddar Jalapeño Cornbread Waffles 

You all know that Fall is my favorite season- I love the cooler weather, the abundance of pumpkin flavored delights, and football season. This week NC was blessed with some glorious drops in temperature that took our highs into the low 70s with a few chilly mornings, which means Fall is just around the corner.… Continue reading Easy Chili w/Cheddar Jalapeño Cornbread Waffles 


Lemon Garlic Spaghetti with Broccoli

I’ve been cooking a lot of pasta recently. It’s just so easy to make, the possibilities are endless, and it makes great leftovers to take for lunch.  This recipe combines the fresh, bright taste of lemon with the zesty bite of garlic and red pepper flakes. You can definitely add other vegetables to it as… Continue reading Lemon Garlic Spaghetti with Broccoli

Home Tips · Recipes

10 freezer meals in only 2 hours!

Cooking for 2 people is hard. Most recipes are made to feed a family of 4, and unless you’re great at eating leftovers you almost always have food waste. Pre-portioning out your meals before you cook them is a great way to make sure you’re cooking only the amount you need. It’s also a great… Continue reading 10 freezer meals in only 2 hours!