Baked Chicken Taquitos

These chicken taquitos are baked (not fried), with a crispy corn tortilla shell and a flavor-packed, shredded chicken filling. They’re easy to whip up for an appetizer or dinner any day of the week! Yup, I said it. These baked chicken taquitos are CRISPY without frying. No mess, no crazy amounts of oil…just delicious, restaurant-style chicken taquitos to satisfy all of your Mexican food cravings! These serving suggestions will help…
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Red Velvet Cookies (Using Cake Mix!)

These 4-ingredient red velvet cookies are soft and moist, with hints of vanilla and cocoa powder. Our little secret is that these cookies are made in 30 minutes with cake mix! Don’t forget the white chocolate drizzle. The holiday season is a crazy busy time of year, and I’m sure you know the feeling of wanting to make batches of homemade cookies but just not having the time. These red…
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Juicy Baked Chicken Meatballs

No more dry chicken meatballs! These are moist and juicy, baked in only 20 minutes, and are just as delicious made ahead. Lunch, dinner, an appetizer…it’s hard to think of a time where chicken meatballs aren’t the perfect idea. I used to believe that chicken meatballs took a long time to make, only to yield little dry balls of blandness. This recipe will turn chicken meatballs skeptics to #1 fans!…
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Best Ever Oatmeal Cream Pie Recipe

Secret ingredient homemade cream filling sandwiched between soft, chewy oatmeal cookies create the best oatmeal cream pie on this planet. Little Debbie would be proud! My husband Eric’s first love was oatmeal cream pies. It was a tall order to recreate his childhood favorite dessert. But this recipe proves that homemade oatmeal cream pies can be better than the store-bought ones. Husband approved! Looking for more comforting desserts? Try my…
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Dad’s Split Pea Soup With Ham

This split pea soup recipe has been in my family for decades. With only a few ingredients including smoky ham, it’s easy to prepare for lunch or dinner any day of the week – and is just as delicious made ahead! It’s hard to believe how delicious this soup is. The first time I learned what was in my dad’s split pea soup, I was floored. It. Is. So. Easy.…
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Cheesy Bacon Mini Quiche Recipe

This mini quiche recipe is an easy, crowd-pleasing appetizer or hors d’oeuvre to serve with a brunch spread or before dinner. Bacon, parmesan cheese and chives in little phyllo pastry shells are so crispy and delicious that you’ll want to double the recipe! There’s really not a bad time to make this mini quiche recipe. Serve as part of a brunch spread, or serve them before dinner as bite-sized hors…
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Healthy Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes

If you’ve found this cauliflower mashed potatoes recipe, you’re probably looking for a healthy alternative to the real stuff! This mashed cauliflower recipe is surprisingly delectable without the carbs or bad fats. It’s a side dish dream. The first time I made cauliflower mashed potatoes, I brought a spoonful into my husband’s office, without telling him what he was eating. He took the bite, and asked me for more bites…
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Herb Roasted Root Vegetables

It’s a fall and winter classic and a holiday staple: roasted root vegetables tossed in fresh herbs and olive oil. You don’t need a lot to make root veggies delicious to serve with most any main dish. What are Root Vegetables? Root vegetables are all veggies grown underground. Root vegetables are best enjoyed in the winter months since they endure the coldest months and are harvested in the fall and…
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Blackened Salmon (Easy Baked Recipe!)

When you’re looking for a weeknight dinner that doesn’t compromise on flavor, blackened salmon is the go-to recipe. It’s easy enough to make in 25 minutes, healthy enough for most any diet, and baked in the oven to avoid pan frying splatter and messy cleanup! I love this blackened salmon recipe for many reasons, but here are my top five: What are Blackening Spices? Often associated with Cajun cooking, a…
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Garlic Parmesan Wings (Crispy and Baked)

These chicken wings are finger licking good. Baked in the oven until crispy and doused in a grated parmesan and fresh garlic sauce with extras for dipping, these wings are for game day and any day in between. I’m married to a born-and-raised upstate New Yorker and a major football fan (Go Bills!), so it’s basically a requirement that I know how to make good wings for game day. These…
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