There’s something seriously comforting about White chicken Chili when the weather cools down. My family enjoys this homemade chili at least several times a month and it never gets old. We kept things simple for this White Chicken Chili by using S&W Beans. We can throw this together in a matter of minutes and cook it so fast in the Instant Pot. This is the perfect meal for a busy week night!
There are few things I love more than an amazing salad. These salads are packed with fruits and veggies and are so good that you’ll crave them. Most of these are a meal by themselves but they can also be an amazing addition to any barbecue, pot luck, or family dinner.
My kids have never complained about eating salads, and it is probably because I’ve made sure to serve delicious options like these. I love how bright and colorful most of these are. They are such a great way to brighten up your dinner table.
Thank you to DairyPure for sponsoring this post. There are very few things better for a weekday fall meal than a giant pot of soup. This Creamy Broccoli Cheese Soup is the ultimate comfort food and it is so easy to make. This soup recipe is equally perfect for entertaining or as a weeknight dinner. I love making this ahead of time then just heating
Summer is here and that means it’s time for lots of amazing salads filled with fresh fruits and veggies. Litehouse Dressing sponsored today’s post so we can share our favorite twist on the classic cobb salad. This Summer Cobb Salad has all the things you love about Cobb salad with the addition of some fun summer veggies.
I can not get enough of fresh salads during the summer months and the classic cobb salad has always been one of my favorites. I thought it would be nice to lighten it up a bit by adding in some of my favorite summer veggies.
I’ve always heard that the cobb salad came about as a impromptu combination of leftovers when a hungry restaurant owner wanted to throw together a snack. The history is fitting because that’s how 99% of the salads are made in my house — chop up any veggies in the fridge, throw in some leftover chicken, mix it up and serve it up.
The end result is always perfection even if you never quite know what you are going to get before you start digging through the fridge.
Anything goes when it comes to salads.
The one place I do draw the line is my salad dressing.