Warm and creamy ham and bean soup with chunks of ham or pancetta is perfect for cooler days. It is thick and cream without the use of flour or cream. A Peasant Dish: Ham and Bean Soup A portion of the bean soup is pureed before the soup is finished to give it thickness and creamy texture. You […]
Bolognese sauce is one of best dishes to use to hide vegetables that your picky eaters wouldn’t normally eat. Light and yet meaty, this lighter bolognese is packed with zucchini and instead of beef, it’s made with turkey. Garlic, oregano and fennel give it a refreshing Italian flavor. Use Lighter Bolognese Sauce To Hide Veggies! […]
Super easy to make, Butternut Squash and Eggplant Beef Chili is a sweet autumn chili packed with veggies and rich in protein that all little growing brains need. It’s full of earthy fall flavors and kid-friendly. Make it ahead and freeze half for busy days.
Fettuccine Bolognese is a heavenly dish that begs for the sauce to be cooked properly. Allowing the meat, onion, celery, carrots, and tomatoes, to simmer slowly and constantly creates a velvety sauce that’s pleasantly rich; worthy of a Sunday night dinner.
Kale and bacon cakes are super easy to make, and make for a tasty, make-ahead breakfast or snack; they even work as lunch or dinner on the go! Of course, you could omit the bacon if you’d like, but who would want to do such thing? Plus, if you have confirmed carnivores in your house, […]
This mini turkey meatloaf is made with pancetta and fresh oregano for that fresh Italian flare. Coated in breadcrumbs and baked at 400°F for 20 minutes, this is a one delicious meatloaf that tastes nothing like a traditional meatloaf. I promise you, you will love it, even if you’re a bit like me and don’t […]