Top 5 Recipes on “What’s for Dinner Moms?” – April 2021

It’s interesting to see each month what are the top recipes each month. There is a brand new one that was the topped searched recipe on my log the “Jimmy Dean Crustless Quiche.” The other 4 were repeats from past months with a new order. The “Slow Cooker Pork Chops and Sauerkraut” is going on…

Beef Stronganoff

I am in a comfort food mood lately. With all the changes coming up in our life comfort food will be on the menu the next few weeks. This dish reminds me of being a kid back in my mother’s kitchen. I had to make it with the canned soup because that is what I…

Loaded Buffalo Chicken Casserole

Verdict: My family really likes this dish. I generally make it with leftover chicken breasts from another meal or that I cook extra when I am making chicken breasts anyway. I just cube it up and save it for a dish just like this! The Ranch over the fries is one of our favorite parts….

Cinnamon French Toast Casserole

This is one of those recipes that is super for a last minute meal. When we were out shopping a few days before I made this I picked up a loaf of Italian style bakery bread (the big oval loaves) and left it out on the counter to dry for a day or two. I…

My Kids First Casserole – Easy Baked Ziti

This recipe is a standard in most homes. It is simple and can be made with jarred sauce if you like rather than mixing up a quick sauce. I love this recipe because it gives the kids lots of cooking techniques in one dish. Dicing, browning meat, boiling pasta to al dente, and baking the…

Apple Fritter Casserole

The weekends tend to be my baking day. Because we have a bit more time and don’t have the pressure of getting everyone up and going it is easier to take the time to bake a sweet treat to add to our brunch. This dish is super easy and sweet so it fills those boxes…

Top 10 What’s for Dinner Moms? Blog Posts for 2020

We can all say 2020 was crazy. Least of which my blog was nuts last year. After the pandemic hit my stats went up 33% for the entire year. Thank you all who took the time to stop by, read, and or share a post. These are the top 10 blog posts (shares, hits, and…

Ham & Cheese Croissant Casserole

Winter Solstice. The longest night of the year. I know that this is the lead in to the coldest and snowiest time for us but I also like this night because it means we are moving closer to summer. Each night from now until the summer solstice we will gain a few extra minutes of…

Top 7 Recipes for November 2020

November 2020 seemed to be a time of comfort foods. Lots of slow cooker meals, casseroles, cakes, and breakfast for dinner meals. I think my family was not the only one seeking comfort foods that were also simple to make. These were the top 7 recipes for the month by visits on my blog. Enjoy!…

Ham and Cheese Tortellini

As the days are getting shorter and shorter we are feeling the cold chill bearing down on us. Semi homemade meals such as this with frozen tortellini get dinner on the table fairly easily and still taste great. Don’t want ham? Change up the meat or leave it out. It is totally up to you….

1970s: Loaded Chicken Roll-Ups

Back to the recipes I remember when we were kids. Now, my mom would NEVER make anything like this. She wouldn’t use canned soup, canned rolls, or bottled ranch dressing in anything. She was a home cook in the truest sense. She made 5-7 loaves of bread every Saturday morning so we would have bread…

Creamy Chicken Enchiladas

I am having a hard time writing this opening. Today is election day here in the United States. I don’t think any one is certain of anything today. I know I am hopeful that whatever the outcome may be that we can slowly start to return to being a united country instead of a divided…