I am sharing my collection of pork Sunday dinners as a sponsored post with Foodie.com. All opinions are my own.
Sundays are often the only ‘family day’ we get each week. My husband works long hours and frequently has to go into the office on Saturdays. However, he does whatever he can to make sure he has Sunday off. He wants to make sure our family has the day to spend together. With that said, the last thing I want to do on Sunday is spend hours in the kitchen making dinner.
Instead of making a labor-intense meal, I like to make recipes that are quick and easy. It could be a casserole, slow cooker meal, or a one-skillet dish. The goal is to have a tasty family meal with little effort. With all the varieties of dinners, pork often is a Sunday favorite. Between pork loins, roasts, chops, bacon, and ham, there are endless delicious meals to cook up. I have put together a collection on Foodie.com with 12+ savory pork Sunday dinner recipes that I will continue to grow.
The collection includes a Ham And Cheese Gnocchi, Chinese Five-Spice Pork One Pot, Crock Pot Apple Bacon Pork Roast, and many more. Click the collection above to view them on Foodie and while you are there, look around to find more great recipes and collections.
I am sharing this peanut butter bacon cheeseburger recipe as part of a #SayCheeseburger sponsored campaign for #CollectiveBias. All opinions expressed are my own.
Yay! The first day of spring has finally arrived! Now if the temperatures would stop seesawing and stay warm, I would be overjoyed. Maybe if I consistently think about all the things I love about spring, it will finally start warming up. When I think about spring foods, I think about hamburgers and grilling.Read More
This FROZEN inspired Olaf snack post is part of a #FROZENFun sponsored campaign for #CollectiveBias. All opinions expressed are my own.
Snack time is always a favorite part of the day in my house. I like to frequently incorporate a movie or theme into the foods to make it more fun. With the DVD release of FROZEN coming next week, it only seems fitting to get the boys excited with a fun little snack.Read More
I am sharing these top 12+ candy bar pies as a sponsored post with Foodie.com. All opinions are my own.
Did you know in two weeks, on March 14th, it is National Pi Day? The annual celebration is all about commemorating the mathematical constant π (pi), but I can’t help but think about pies. What’s not to love about the round delicious dessert? And there are so many different kinds: fruit pies, chocolate pies, silk pies, no-bake pies, and even savory pies.
I love making desserts and Valentine’s Day is a great excuse to make a dessert with pink colors. I have three boys, so most treats I make or even buy are blue, green, etc. But for Valentine’s Day I am sticking to the colors of love and created a kid-friendly, no-bake dessert.Read More
Often when I am creating recipes or looking for something new to make, I turn to ingredients already stocked in the pantry. This way I can save a trip to the store and make sure nothing goes to waste. There are many ways to use different pantry staples with a little creativity.Read More
This #GreatStarts tips post is sponsored by Kellogg’s. All opinions are my own.
As the kids keep growing (too quickly), the days seem to keep getting shorter. We have too much to do with not enough time. We are always coming or going or getting ready to do something or just losing track of time. It is seriously non-stop around here. With all the running around, sometimes I just need a second to take a break and recharge.Read More
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