Our favorite pizza place in New York also makes awesome entrees. One that stands out in particular is their vegetarian lasagna. It has a white sauce that is creamy and delicious, but it’s also loaded with calories! I’ve been craving it a lot lately, but since we’re a little far for delivery (we live in Pennsylvania now) I decided that I had to make my own, healthier version!
Kelly and I are both slightly obsessed with Panera, so we decided to try and make all of their soups at home in our crockpots. The results have all been easy, delicious, and affordable and I’m excited to share the most recent success with you: Crockpot Vegetarian Creamy Tomato Soup. Yum!
When I made the 5-Ingredient Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Dip, my entire family raved about the smell and the taste. Shamefully, we devoured the entire thing for dinner (don’t worry, we ate lots of carrot and celery sticks too!). Although it was absolutely delicious and actually pretty healthy, it was rather rich and should probably be consumed as an appetizer, so I took the cue from my family and decided to make a more complete meal using the same flavors. Read More
The first time I made this meal, our now 6 year old came into the kitchen and said “I want that!” I was in the middle of a freezer prep session, so I teased him that he couldn’t eat it right that second because it wasn’t cooked. Often, my kids forget about these simple encounters that happen throughout the day. Not this time! He continued to ask each day, “When are we having that for dinner?” until it was finally time to take it out of the freezer. Read More
For Christmas this past year, my brother and sister-in-law put a can of chipotle peppers in my stocking. Although, I had eaten plenty of dishes spiced with chipotle, I had never really cooked with them. I decided to start with a mole sauce. After all, how could my kids refuse to eat a dish that is made with peanut butter and chocolate (cocoa powder)?