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Main Dish

Vegan Black Bean Soup: Spicy, Simple and Healthy

The BEST simple Spicy Vegan Black Bean Soup recipe. This meal is quick and ready in 30 minutes making it a perfect weeknight dinner recipe. This soup made from scratch, healthy, and has great Mexican spices and flavors incorporated. #soup #blackbeansoup #30minutemeal #dinner #simple #vegan #glutenfree #nutfree #easyrecipe

Let me just start by saying that myself and my family are NOT vegans. We enjoy meat and cheese very often. That being said I do try and incorporate vegan and vegetarian meals on a daily basis for my family. There are tons of health benefits from a high vegetable and plant based diet. This Spicy Vegan Black Bean Soup is one of my favorite vegan dishes that I make for my family on a regular basis. I love how healthy, simple and fast this recipe is, and that it tastes good and makes you feel good. So before you turn your nose up to a vegan dish, GIVE IT A TRY! And if not there will be cookies next week.

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Appetizer

Baked Buffalo Chicken Dip: Easy Game Day Appetizer

Baked Buffalo Chicken wing dip in a white bowl with a blue chip sticking out. There is also ranch and green onions on top all on a blue background.

It is finally Fall, which means that football is back! My family lives in Wisconsin (Go Pack Go) and are huge football fans. We love hanging out on game days and one of our appetizers of choice is this dip recipe! If you don’t live in the states, or you’re just not into sports, then football probably matters very little to you. No matter, this Baked Buffalo Chicken Dip is also perfect for parties and holidays! It is extremely simple and can be kept warm in a crock pot to enjoy for hours. Whenever I throw parties, this dip is always requested and is usually completely wiped out by the end. Continue Reading…

Main Dish

Sweet and Spicy Chili Mac and Cheese

Two small bowls of stirred sweet and spicy chili mac and cheese. The bowls are white and on a marble table. The top bowl has a silver spoon in it.

Growing up in the Midwest chili was a cold weather staple in my home. One of the most requested meals from my brother and I when snow was on the ground was mom’s chili. My brother and I would spend hours out in the cold building snowmen, injuring ourselves on sleds, and attempting to build igloos. My absolute favorite part of those chilly, pun intended, days was coming inside and smelling my mom’s chili on the stove simmering away. We would impatiently wait until dinner time when we could get our cold hands on the warm bowl of chili and chow down. Now, many years later, my mom’s chili recipe has evolved into the best Sweet and Spicy Chili Mac and Cheese! Some of the ingredients have changed but the soul of this chili is still the same.

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