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  • Turkey Chili ready to serve
    1 hr, 30 min
    Gluten-Free, Healthy
    This easy Turkey Chili is a great way to use up turkey leftovers from Thanksgiving and Christmas! Make it with shredded turkey (dark or white meat), kidney beans, onion, garlic, and tomatoes.
  • Utah's famous lion house rolls on a baking sheet with a jar of melted butter to the left.
    1 hr, 20 min
    Buttery, pillowy Lion House rolls are easy to make and totally delicious. You can even make the dough then freeze them before the final bake! The signature spiral of these dinner rolls makes them pretty enough to adorn any holiday breadbasket.
  • Scooping Easy Cauliflower Bake out of a glass casserole dish.
    50 min
    Low Carb
    Low carb and utterly delicious, this quick and easy cheesy cauliflower casserole makes a decadent holiday or weeknight dinner side dish. Keep it simple with tender florets and a rich cheese sauce, or load this cauliflower bake with bacon and minced chives.
  • A serving spoon with homemade cream corn inside.
    20 min
    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian
    Make the most of sweet corn season by serving up this creamed corn at your next backyard BBQ. This dish also freezes beautiful and can be made with frozen corn (hello, Thanksgiving side dish!).
  • A slice of best deep dish quiche on a decorative china plate. A handful of arugula is to the right of the quiche. A fork is to the left of the plate and a table linen is above the plate.
    4 hrs
    Grace your holiday table, Easter brunch, or Sunday supper with this Deep-Dish Quiche. It’s a show-stopping main course that's as beautiful as it is delicious. Make it ahead of time, freeze it and reheat when needed. What could be better than that?
  • Slice of sweet potato pie on a white plate with whipped cream dusted with cinnamon and fork.
    1 hr, 40 min
    A Thanksgiving table isn’t complete without sweet potato pie! Roasting your own sweet potatoes adds depth of flavor and that extra something special to your holiday dinner. It’s easy to do, and totally worth the extra step.
  • Tailgate Beef Chili Recipe in a crock pot.
    8 hrs, 30 min
    Chili season is upon us, and this hearty beef and bean slow cooker chili recipe is an easy way to kick it off! It’s loaded with all the classic chili ingredients plus a pinch of cinnamon to deepen the flavor. Top it off with homemade crispy corn strips.
  • Chocolate penaut butter pie topped with whipped cream and peanut butter cups.
    35 min
    Peanut butter lovers, this one's for you! It's the most decadent and indulgent peanut butter pie EVER, made with extra peanut butter in the filling, peanut butter cups on top, and a drizzle of melted peanut butter and chocolate. We warned you!
  • Sliced Pumpkin Pie Squares topped with whipped cream.
    1 hr, 30 min
    These easy-to-make and utterly delicious pumpkin pie bars have everything you love about pumpkin pie, but they are easy to eat out of hand, serve at a party, present at a bake sale, or gift to friend. These bar cookies are made extra special with hint of candied ginger whipped cream!
  • Classic chili in a dutch oven with a serving spoon.
    1 hr, 45 min
    Everyone needs a recipe for classic beef chili. Make this one your go-to! It's made with corn, peppers, tomatoes, and beans, and makes enough to freeze for later!
  • Pumpkin Chili
    1 hr
    Pumpkin Chili! Made with chunks of pumpkin, ground pork, black beans, a bottle of beer, and plenty of spices. Ready in under an hour. Even better the next day.
  • A pan of Homemade Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls are being frosted.
    1 hr, 20 min
    It’s pumpkin spice season and that means Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls are on your weekend breakfast menu! In addition to being easy-to-make, fluffy, and delicious, these rolls use a whole can of pumpkin puree! It’s about time to make that kitchen smell like fall.
  • A loaf of Moist Pumpkin Bread cooling on a rack with a second loaf in the pan behind it.
    1 hr, 20 min
    Dairy-Free, Healthy, Vegan
    Get all the flavors of fall with this vegan, dairy-free, egg-free pumpkin bread. This recipe makes two loaves so keep one for yourself and give one to a friend. Top it with pepitas to make it extra special, pop it in your oven, and let the scent of cinnamon fill the air.
  • Cauliflower Bolognese on a plate with spaghetti and a fork.
    1 hr
    Healthy, Vegetarian
    Vegetarian Bolognese is a rich, luscious won’t-miss-the-meat pasta sauce. Roasting cauliflower and mushrooms deepens the flavor of this satisfying dinner. Double the recipe to eat some now and freeze some for later.
  • Homemade Chicken Pot Pie with a golden crust has a serving removed and set on a white plate to the right.
    1 hr, 35 min
    Homemade chicken pot pie is comfort food at its best. This easy-to-make version lets you prep the pie and make the gravy while the chicken roasts in the oven. Make it even easier on yourself by using frozen vegetables, rotisserie chicken, and store-bought puff pastry rather than pie dough.
  • Best Tomato Soup Recipe - bowls of tomato soup on table with bread
    40 min
    Dairy-Free, Healthy, Vegan, Vegetarian
    This Classic Tomato Soup is rich with a velvety texture. It’s easy to make with canned tomatoes, and perfectly suited for all of your grilled cheese dipping needs. Better than a can of Campbell's and just about as easy!
  • Side view of a flaky spring pie on a large blue platter. One slice of the pie is missing and the cheesy artichoke filling is visible on the plate. The lower left has a pile of forks on a white plate. A grey linen tablecloth is on the table and a glass is in the upper left corner.
    1 hr, 20 min
    Vegetarian
    Canned artichokes, lemon zest, and parsley combined with a cheese trifecta of Ricotta, Swiss, and Parmesan make this surprisingly light, cheesy artichoke pie. It only takes 30 minutes to assemble and less than an hour in the oven!
  • Three images side by side. On the left is a skillet with Easy Pork Fried Rice with Frozen Vegetables. The center image is two loaves of no knead bread. The image to the right is on overhead view of Turkey Meatball Soup with Spinach and Orzo.
    Weekday meals need to be quick, family-friendly, and delicious! Plan ahead and prep breakfast, lunch and dinner options on the weekend to stash in the freezer! It’s a true time saver (and stress reducer) for busy work weeks.

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