Sheet Pan Cashew Chicken

If you’ve seen my weekly dinner themes (I wrote a whole post about them here), you know we do a one-pan dish every monday.

I always make a dessert on Sunday night, so a big pan of veggies is a great way to reboot for the new week. This one with broccoli, chicken peppers, and cashews is delicious and easy.

All American Chili

I’ve been making this chili recipe for probably 10 years, and it’s SO GOOD. It has ground beef and sausage, plus amazing spices and some veggies. My kids all devour it.

I usually serve it with corn muffins!

Breakfast burritos

My kids are obsessed with breakfast for dinner, so these breakfast burritos are always a huge hit.

We always make tater tots and add those instead of potatoes. Crispy and delightful!

Italian Sausage Spaghetti

I don’t love regular spaghetti, but I really like italian sausage spaghetti. This recipe is super easy to make – it takes 10 minutes!

We just use regular italian sausage, not spicy!

Red beans and rice

This is my husband’s favorite meal. It’s a quick and easy crock pot recipe that you can toss in the crockpot before you go to church on Sunday and it’s done for dinner that night.

Two edits to the recipe:

  1. I add the sausage only for the last hour. Cooking it for so many hours makes it a little crumbly and weird.
  2. Reduce the creole seasoning by a lot. I usually do about 1/4 tsp, sometimes a little more. But if it’s hotter than that, my kids won’t touch it.

Turkey Noodle Soup

My sister in law and her family came to our house for Thanksgiving this year. The day after thanksgiving, I made this turkey noodle soup. My grannie has a turkey soup recipe that I typically make, but my mother in law always made turkey noodle soup so I made this for the family.

I didn’t use this exact recipe – I just kind of make it out of my head, but this recipe is similar.

World’s Best Dinner Rolls

My sister in law recommended this recipe for our Thanksgiving dinner and they were AMAZING. Seriously, some of the best homemade rolls I’ve ever made or tasted. And they were pretty easy!

Definitely save this recipe.

What I Cooked for Dinner Lately (Weekly Menu)

collage of dinner ideas

A few things I’ve cooked for dinner in the past few weeks. Included on this weekly menu is our favorite chili recipe, an incredible dinner roll recipe, and more!

 

October, November, and December always get so busy, and lately I’ve been doing a lot of simple, repeated dinners. But I wanted to share a few favorites from our weekly menu that are on repeat to help you get dinner on the table too!

 

Sheet-Pan-Cashew-Chicken

Sheet Pan Cashew Chicken

If you’ve seen my weekly dinner themes (I wrote a whole post about them here), you know we do a one-pan dish every monday.

I always make a dessert on Sunday night, so a big pan of veggies is a great way to reboot for the new week. This one with broccoli, chicken peppers, and cashews is delicious and easy.

bowl of chili

All American Chili

I’ve been making this chili recipe for probably 10 years, and it’s SO GOOD. It has ground beef and sausage, plus amazing spices and some veggies. My kids all devour it.

I usually serve it with corn muffins!

delicious and easy breakfast burritos for dinner

Breakfast burritos

My kids are obsessed with breakfast for dinner, so these breakfast burritos are always a huge hit.

We always make tater tots and add those instead of potatoes. Crispy and delightful!

plate of italian sausage spaghetti

Italian Sausage Spaghetti

I don’t love regular spaghetti, but I really like italian sausage spaghetti. This recipe is super easy to make – it takes 10 minutes!

We just use regular italian sausage, not spicy!

red beans and rice

Red beans and rice

This is my husband’s favorite meal. It’s a quick and easy crock pot recipe that you can toss in the crockpot before you go to church on Sunday and it’s done for dinner that night.

Two edits to the recipe:

  1. I add the sausage only for the last hour. Cooking it for so many hours makes it a little crumbly and weird.
  2. Reduce the creole seasoning by a lot. I usually do about 1/4 tsp, sometimes a little more. But if it’s hotter than that, my kids won’t touch it.

 

turkey soup in a bowl

Turkey Noodle Soup

My sister in law and her family came to our house for Thanksgiving this year. The day after thanksgiving, I made this turkey noodle soup. My grannie has a turkey soup recipe that I typically make, but my mother in law always made turkey noodle soup so I made this for the family.

I didn’t use this exact recipe – I just kind of make it out of my head, but this recipe is similar.

 

 

pan of freshly baked rolls

World’s Best Dinner Rolls

My sister in law recommended this recipe for our Thanksgiving dinner and they were AMAZING. Seriously, some of the best homemade rolls I’ve ever made or tasted. And they were pretty easy!

Definitely save this recipe.

 

 

See more of our WEEKLY MENUS right here!

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