Overnight slow cooker grits are a bowl full of comfort on a cool morning or a delicious highlight for brunch. We’ve enjoyed this simple, celebratory breakfast on Christmas for many years now. Perfect for any easy going weekend breakfast or brunch. Certainly fast food for slow Sundays. Overnight Slow Cooker Grits Ingredients Amount of grits for your family. (I make the amount for eight
I think this might possibly be the best supper ever. ~ 14-year-old If you make it, they will yum it up. This good ol’ basic recipe is also known as hamburger mess. Plus, this is also a Pinterest success story. (Thanks Julie for the pin!) I made a short cut version. I made two boxes of Kraft macaroni and cheese and cooked some ground turkey.
Tater Tot Casserole is a nice, filling meal for Sunday dinner. Just pull your cooked ground turkey or ground beef from the freezer. (The meat you already cooked in the slow cooker after your trip to the store). If you assemble the night before, wait to add the tater tots until right before you put it in the oven. This recipe is simple enough to
Another favorite for Sunday lunch. Slow Cooker Pizza from Taste of Home. It’s a pasta version with pepperoni (we use turkey pepperoni) and lots of cheese. Click over for the recipe. Then serve it up and enjoy the smiles. For more Sunday lunch ideas that can be enjoyed any day of the week, see Fast Food for Slow Sundays at Habits for a Happy Home.
I’m starting a new Saturday series here on Hodgepodge based on my Fast Food for Slow Sundays post at Habits for a Happy Home. Yes, it is possible, with a little pre-planning, to feed your family plus some guests – at home, after church. I’ve found a happy medium in sticking with some simple yet delicious basic meals. Meals that are frugal and stretch to
When you have some fresh, garden squash – or four or five from the produce section – you can make up some squash casserole. Just wash, then slice up your squash. Add finely chopped onion – or larger slices of onion. Whatever your preference. Put it all in a microwave-safe casserole dish. Add a splash of water. Then, the secret ingredient, a spoonful of sugar.
Do you ever tire of canned vegetables? The same ol’ can of green beans? Well, for one canned veggie, Grandpa came up with an original casserole. You’ve heard of green bean casserole. This asparagus casserole is a treat! Asparagus Casserole 2 cans asparagus 2 cans cream of mushroom soup thinned with ½ cup water saltine crackers, crumbled shredded cheddar cheese Alternately layer all ingredients. Bake