Asian Stir Fried Apricot Pork gets to the table so quickly, you won't believe it! You can use frozen California blend veggies and quick cooking pork tenderloin, mixed with all our good flavors to create a fresh and delicious meal. Chicken & Squash Soup was a contest winner in a magazine many years ago and it's as good and as healthy now as it was then. It's not all that hard to peel a butternut squash with a vegetable peeler, so don't let that scare you! Throw all the ingredients for Santa Fe Beef in the crock pot and let it do the work. You will have already cooked navy beans on Prep Day, so bringing together the beans and good stuff for the Spicy Beans right before dinner won't be hard at all. Mexican Mini Frittatas taste so good. We've served them for holiday breakfasts and they were perfect because you can freeze them, uncooked, for up to two weeks if you want to, or just bake them right when you make them. Mom's Meatloaf is one of our favorites. Cook cauliflower until soft, drain, and mash with butter and yogurt for a great side dish. You can also form the meatloaf into individual loaves if that suits your lifestyle better. Moroccan Chicken with Dried Fruit is a winner! We like to have it over and over again because it's moist and the flavors are so good. And we always like to top off any meal with a slice of rich and sweet Angel Pecan Pie. Wow!
Crock Pot Santa Fe Beef & Beans
Moroccan Chicken with Dried Fruit
Asian Stir Fried Apricot Pork
Grain-Free Focaccia Bread
Angel Pecan Pie
Chicken & Squash Soup
Mexican Mini Frittatas