Stuffed food has layers of flavor, plus it’s fun and delicious when you can eat the bowl! These Sausage, Pepper, Onion, Tomato and Cheese Stuffed Zucchini are a healthy, protein-packed, vitamin-rich way to start your day! Today I teamed up with Smithfield, who is sponsoring this post, to not only share this recipe but to tell you about their fantastic partnership with No Kid Hungry. My family tore these Sausage, Pepper, Onion, Tomato, and Cheese Stuffed Zucchini up the first time I made them!!
This Cheesy Beef Enchilada Dip wins me big points with my 15-year-old son and husband every time I make it! My son Connor made it the last time we enjoyed it because he wanted to learn how to make it. Watch out ladies, this may be the dish he makes the first time he ever cooks for a girl, lol! Making this Cheesy Beef Enchilada Dip is easy! A quick prep of the ingredients, cooking the ground beef, assembling the dip and a short trip to the oven is all it takes until you do your first scoop.
Delicious pasta, chicken, lemon, fresh basil, and avocados come together to create thisÂ sophisticated yet simple to prepare Creamy Avocado Basil Lemon Chicken Pasta. Skip your traditional sauce and give this vibrant dish a try! One thing my whole house can agree on when it comes to food is pasta, I know that my family is not alone in that. Pasta graces more tables come dinner time than just about any other staple. Did you know that the average American, eats 51 pounds of pasta each year?
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