These shredded beef enchiladas get some help from a crockpot, which cuts down on the amount of time spent in the kitchen and kicks up the flavor of the beef. They’re topped with a quick, homemade enchilada sauce and lots of melty cheese.
These banana blondies are a kicked up version of a classic. They’re full of chocolate chips and topped with Nutella. Does it get any better?
The key to these fluffy pancakes is the addition of old-fashioned oats, which also kicks up the nutritional stats on this breakfast favorite.
This buttery, white sheet cake will melt in your mouth. It has a slight almond flavor and is easy to throw together — even for the inexperienced baker. This is the perfect cake to feed a crowd.
This granola is inspired by the classic combination of peanut butter and jelly. It’s sweetened using honey instead of refined sugar, making for a delicious batch of granola that’s healthier than what you’ll find at most grocery stores.
These five easy weeknight dinner ideas come together quickly on nights when you don’t have the energy to cook. They have short ingredient lists but don’t skimp on flavor, making for healthy meals that are so much better than grabbing takeout!
These healthy whole wheat waffles are made with coconut oil and sweetened slightly with pure maple syrup. Topped with fruit, yogurt or almond butter, they make for a healthy breakfast that will fuel you through your day.
This healthy dinner comes together in 30 minutes and gets thrown together in one pan. It makes for an easy, delicious and balanced meal!
These recipes will help you feed a crowd on Super Bowl Sunday. They’re easy to whip up and will leave your guests feeling happy, no matter what team they’re cheering for!
This southwest cheesecake is the perfect appetizer to feed a crowd. It’s spicy instead of sweet and tastes amazing served with crackers or homemade tortilla chips.
These soft, banana cookies are among my most-requested recipes. They’re perfectly moist and topped with a melt-in-your-mouth banana frosting. This is the perfect way to use up any overripe bananas you have sitting around your kitchen.
This banana bread is perfectly moist, thanks to the addition of almond butter and Greek yogurt. It’s sweetened with honey instead of sugar, resulting in a healthier version of the classic treat.