Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Wanting to know you Wens.


Lately, I've been craving a good casserole.  Here's an easy one I made the other night when i was craving comfort food : 



i snapped a photo to show my momma i successfully made this recipe she gave me and my belly couldn't help but make an appearance. And yes, i live in husband's undershirts these days.

With delivery nearing (so crazy sweet i get to meet my daughter soon!), i'm looking for easy casserole/crock pot dinners we --my husband-- can put together. 

Lovies, help a hungry pregnant girl who doesn't cook out? 

Please leave me your favorite easy recipe in the comments below? (you can also leave a link to pintrest, cooking blog, etc) 

*Even though I'm vegetarian, i can substitute soy products  

i can't wait to read your suggestions and write down recipes on these cute cards Phoenix sent me.

5 comments:

Claire Kiefer said...

This is right up my alley! Your mac & cheese casserole sounds easy and DELICIOUS. And dangerous--I'd eat way too much of that, ha!

I have a "Recipe and Food Ideas" board on Pinterest with some yummy veggie stuff--look at that for ideas.

Also, you can make a veggie enchilada casserole easily. Layer corn tortillas at the bottom of a baking dish, then sauteed veggies/soy taco meat/whatever you want (I like thinly sliced sauteed onions, peppers & garlic, soy taco meat, and kale), cheese, and then tortillas, veggies, cheese again. Pour enchilada sauce on top, then some extra cheese, and bake. YUM!

The other night I ate sauteed kale (with garlic and spices) with angel hair pasta and shaved Italian cheese and it was easy and YUMMY.

Soups are another super easy thing you can make & freeze. I can give you recipes for the ones I make regularly: bean chili, minestrone, butternut squash.

I'm gonna come back later today to see what recipes other people have come up with! xoxo

Karleen said...

One of favorite all time meals:
http://www.food.com/recipe/spinach-rice-feta-pie-204852

Claudia said...

I love your belly showing there! I wore my husbands boxers on my last pregnancy! Hon that is a fancy mac and cheese dinner :) I not a good cook at all :(

Leanna Vera said...

I cook with my crockpot a lot...it's such a time saver and I'm sure your hubby can handle it! I recommend picking up one of those crockpot cooking magazines they sell at the grocery store...they have a ton of recipe ideas. I bought one last year and I'm still cooking from it.

Here are a few links to websites/recipes I like to use. Most of them include meat but you could definitely sub something else.

http://www.skinnytaste.com/search/label/Crock%20Pot%20Recipes

http://www.bhg.com/recipes/quick-easy/make-ahead-meals/casserole-recipes/

http://www.budgetsavvydiva.com/2012/02/pizza-crock-pot/

http://www.chef-in-training.com/2011/07/bubble-up-enchiladas/

Lauren Nicole said...

I'll ask Ceej for the recipe to his awesome french onion soup. A recipe he found online and improved upon. As far as I know, it's pretty simple - just red wine, lots of black pepper, beef stock, melty cheese and of course, lots of onions. We're actually going to be making a crockpot full sometime in the next couple days! It's so yummy, definitely one of my favorite comfort foods. I like to try it whenever I go to a new restraunt or diner. Some of the best I've had is at a chain around here called Miller's Ale House and at an independent french cafe in Ft. Lauderdale.

Will get straight on asking Ceej to write down the recipe for you! And will send it to you soon. :]

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