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Breakfast Tater Tot Casserole
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Breakfast Tater Tot Casserole

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Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day. Some people plan their week around dinnertime, not me. Breakfast, all the way. I love everything from a simple hard-boiled egg to a more complex pulled pork breakfast hash. For this breakfast tater tot hotdish, we took my family’s favorite tater tot hotdish recipe and transformed it into a breakfast meal that will bring smiles to all of the faces at your breakfast table! Hotdishes have been popular for years because they are not only delicious and crowd-pleasing but also very budget-friendly. You can feed a crowd with a 9×13 inch pan of tater tot hotdish, or, you can easily get two meals from one casserole.

Fiesta Chicken Casserole
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Fiesta Chicken Casserole

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I know it is cliche, but we love a good casserole. I think it’s because I am from the casserole capital of the world (Minnesota) and practically bleed casserole. The beauty of a casserole is in its simplicity. You can typically prepare them in advance and pop them in the oven when you are ready to eat. If you have been following along, you know that I love simplicity. Anytime you can have a meal that tastes this good, you assume that the ingredients were more than just dumped in a pan. Not the case, for this Fiesta Chicken Casserole recipe you literally throw everything together and walk away. Just make sure to come back in 20 minutes to take it out of the oven

Chicken Marsala Casserole
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Chicken Marsala Casserole

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There are very few things in life that I enjoy more than a heaping bowl of pasta. This Chicken Marsala Casserole puts a uniquely “minnesotaesque” twist on a traditional Italian dish. The first time I ever had Chicken Marsala it was served over a bed of linguine noodles and I absolutely loved it! I’ve seen chicken marsala served over mashed potatoes as well as over a bed of rice too. If you ask me, you could put that creamy wine sauce on just about anything and it would be amazing! I just love how the mushrooms carmelize just enough to bring out their earthy sweetness. I decided to make it into a casserole because who doesn’t love a recipe that you can make ahead of time and pop in the oven to bake when you are ready?!

Chicken Wild Rice Casserole
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Chicken Wild Rice Casserole

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It doesn’t really get more Minnesota than Wild Rice and Casserole. Did you know that Wild Rice is cultivated right here in my home state? I just found this out myself. So, of course, I needed to make a recipe about it! So, in spite of its name, wild rice is not actually rice at all, it is more like rice’s close cousin. It is found in the seed of an aquatic plant that grows in the great lakes region. The rice is harvested from the plant and used in a number of dishes. So, since we are in Minnesota, why not double up on cliches and make a casserole?

Spinach Stuffed Chicken
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Spinach Stuffed Chicken

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Stuffed Chicken is kind of my jam lately. It is such an easy way to dress up regular old chicken. This method is relatively easy, with low clean up and it tastes delicious! This is a great weeknight meal when your feeling rushed too, it only takes a few minutes to prepare and then it is hot and ready on your dining room table. This particular recipe is one of my favorites because it is a sneaky way to get my kids to eat spinach😂.

French Onion Chicken
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French Onion Chicken

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French Onion Soup is a favorite around here, so french onion chicken was a natural choice for us. Even our kids love the flavor of the caramelized onions. And this easy recipe is one that can dress up any dinner table! We like to serve this for special nights when we have a little extra time to prepare. The caramelizing of the onions takes a little while and you don’t want to rush through it. Making Skillet French Onion Chicken needs to move to the top of your to-do list. This chicken recipe boasts perfectly seasoned chicken, pan-fried to perfection and smothered in melty cheeses and a caramelized onion gravy.

Ham and Cheese Puff Pastry
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Ham and Cheese Puff Pastry

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Around the holiday’s I start thinking about the guest list and how many mouths I am going to need to feed. I do the basic calculations and then embarrassingly look to Google for “how much ham does one person eat?”. The answer is between 1/2 and 3/4 pounds per person, in case you were wondering. From there, I try doing the math and then eventually err on the side of caution and get the biggest one I can find, and then, consequently still worry about whether I got enough. Please tell me I am not alone in this planning nightmare! My point of this story is that most of the time I do in fact have enough, and end up with copious amounts of leftover ham. What to do? Enter Ham and Cheese Puff Pastries! These little guys are super buttery and flakey on the outside and filled with delicious ham and a creamy mixture of melt in your mouth swiss cheese and fresh chopped spinach. Turning your left-over ham problem into a gourmet solution.This delicious Ham and Cheese Puff Pastry simply must make your post-holiday menu. It is a great way to use up leftover ham and it tastes like a gourmet treat! This breakfast, lunch or dinner treat is a delicious buttery and flaky puff pastry enveloping a mixture of hot ham, melty swiss cheese, and fresh spinach. If you are looking for a simple and amazing recipe for your next Holiday Honey Baked Ham, look no further!

Stuffed Buffalo Chicken
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Stuffed Buffalo Chicken

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Around here, we enjoy a nice buffalo wing, but the process of producing them isn't always feasible. So we decided to shake things up a little and see what we might come up with by mixing and matching some of our favorite foods. To make a meal that everyone enjoys, I combined my favorite flavors of chicken with buffalo sauce. Once you try it, you'll see how well these flavors complement each other. With a tangy and spicy buffalo sauce, creamy bacon and blue cheese stuffing, and zesty ranch dressing, Stuffed Buffalo Chicken brings your favorite chicken to life. For this recipe, we utilized our homemade buffalo sauce and ranch dressing!

Ham and Cheese Breakfast Casserole
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Ham and Cheese Breakfast Casserole

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It's sometimes necessary to shake up your breakfast routine. We get so caught up in our daily routines that it's often easier to just push the repeat button and go on. We were feeling a little bored with our breakfast options, so we decided to try something different. The kids enjoyed the taste of this breakfast casserole, and I appreciated how easy it was to prepare.The combination of ham, cheese, hashbrowns, and eggs in this Ham and Cheese Breakfast Casserole is simple and delicious. It's simple to prepare ahead of time or put together in the morning. This recipe calls for leftover Honey Baked Ham, but you can also use store-bought ham.

Spinach Stuffed Salmon
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Spinach Stuffed Salmon

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Salmon is one of my favorite fish dishes to prepare. I didn't eat it much as a kid. But I recall the first time I had this soft and delicious cut of fish. It was forcedly placed in front of me on a plate (as was every vegetable known to man). I wasn't happy about it, but I ate it like a nice Midwestern girl. Oh, I was pleasantly pleased! I've enjoyed it ever then and could eat it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. I don't feel bad about eating it because, aside from the flavor, it's also a nutrient-dense option! One of my new favorite recipes is spinach stuffed fish. This dish, perfectly pan-seared and packed with a creamy spinach filling, will have even the pickiest fish eater wipe their plate.

Brown Sugar Glazed Salmon
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Brown Sugar Glazed Salmon

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Is it possible to make a delicious supper any easier? My family and I are huge fans of salmon.That wasn't always the case; in fact, I don't recall ever eating salmon as a child. I recall the first time I had this soft and delicious cut of fish. It was forced onto a plate in front of me. I wasn't thrilled, but like any good Midwestern girl, I smiled, mentally prepped my face expressions, and dug in, and I was pleasantly delighted!I've enjoyed it ever then and could eat it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. I don't feel bad about eating it because, aside from the flavor, it's also a nutrient-dense option! One of my favorite ways to prepare fish is with brown sugar glaze. Why? It's really easy!Brown Sugar Glazed Salmon is a simple and tasty way to amp up the flavor of your salmon! I like how the light and flaky salmon contrasts with the sweet brown sugar glaze. It's simple enough to prepare for a weeknight meal, and the kids enjoy it as well!

Chicken Alfredo with Brussel Sprouts
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Chicken Alfredo with Brussel Sprouts

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This is the simplest Fettuccine Alfredo I've ever prepared. It contains few ingredients, allowing the tastes to come through. The sauce has a wonderful, silky quality that reminds me of fine dining establishments, yet the flavor is pure. Making sure your ingredients are of the highest quality is one technique to get the ultimate fettuccine alfredo. I like to splurge on a really fine parmesan that I grate myself. The LOADED Chicken Alfredo is flavorful and entertaining!

Balsamic Roasted Brussel Sprouts
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Balsamic Roasted Brussel Sprouts

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I had these at a motel in Denver ten years ago. I was on a business vacation and was exhausted after a long day of filming, so I decided to order room service. For some reason, the Brussel sprouts looked appealing, so I bought some at 11:47 p.m. They were the best Brussel sprouts I'd ever had, and I spent the next few years perfecting the recipe at home. That's the recipe!

Scalloped Potatoes with Ham and Cheese
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Scalloped Potatoes with Ham and Cheese

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Growing up, Scalloped Potatoes with Ham and Cheese were a family favorite. What's not to love about perfectly baked potatoes, cheese, and ham? If you like these, you'll want to try my Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes! In case you were wondering, I made this dish with leftover Honey Baked Ham. Technically, this is a recipe for Au Gratin Potatoes (I explain the difference below). If you had asked me when an AuGratin potato grew up, I would have looked at you as if you were speaking a foreign language. Our potatoes were scalloped, and they were always topped with cheese. And that is all I know about it. This recipe is made up of a few simple components that, when baked together, provide a delicious feast!

Parmesan Roasted Brussel Sprouts
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Parmesan Roasted Brussel Sprouts

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Roasting vegetables is probably my favorite way to prepare them. Vegetables are transformed into something spectacular by a gorgeous caramelization of natural sugars coupled with oil and a mild seasoning. But what precisely is “roasting”? Back in the day, roasting meant cooking over an open flame. Things are roasted in an oven nowadays. The fundamental distinction between roasting and baking is the meal itself and its structure. A brussel sprout, for example, is a firm structure that will not alter significantly in shape after roasting. A cake enters the oven one way (as a batter) and emerges with an altogether other structure. When roasting Brussel sprouts, I take a few things into account. Size– if they're really large, I'll split them in half before roasting. I'll roast them whole if they're small, like the ones we picked from our garden. (These are also, in my view, the greatest tasting!) Freshness– they should be green, not yellow, and should not have any black patches. They should be firm as well. If you can find Brussel sprouts that are still attached to the stem, store them in a cool, dry area.

Garlic Roasted Asparagus
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Garlic Roasted Asparagus

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Asparagus is my favorite vegetable to serve as a side dish. It is low in calories, fat, and abundant in a variety of nutrients. Roasting asparagus is an excellent way to incorporate this delectable vegetable into your regular meal rotation. If you like asparagus as much as I do, you should try asparagus stuffed chicken. It's incredibly easy to make, looks great, and has a delicious flavor! If you want to lighten up this recipe, just away the parmesan cheese and it will still be great. In terms of cheese, here are a few alternatives to parmesan: mozzarella provolone gruyere When he's in a mood, my spouse will even grate some pepper jack cheese!

Mushroom Stuffed Chicken
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Mushroom Stuffed Chicken

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Do you have any finicky eaters in your house? Don't worry, this Mushroom Packed Chicken is a delicious cheese stuffed chicken meal that everyone will enjoy! How am I aware of this? Because I enjoyed it, despite the fact that I normally go out of my way to avoid mushrooms! Serve it with a side of garlic and parmesan roasted asparagus for a fantastic meal that everyone in your family will enjoy. So, after preparing my cream cheese and bacon stuffed mushrooms appetizer, I came up with this cheese filled recipe. My friends and family are huge mushroom fans, despite the fact that I am not. When I serve them, they literally fly off the plate. I assumed it would be nice as the main dish because they produced such a great appetizer. So much so that I considered stuffing the entire thing into a chicken breast. I ultimately opted against it, but I did use all of the ingredients to turn this delectable appetizer into a full-fledged supper.

Jalapeno Popper Stuffed Chicken
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Jalapeno Popper Stuffed Chicken

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Jalapeno Popper Stuffed Chicken transforms your favorite appetizer into a full-fledged delectable entrée. Inside a seasoned and breaded chicken breast, fresh jalapenos, thick cut bacon, freshly grated parmesan, and cream cheese are cooked to perfection. If you like this, you should also try the Asparagus Stuffed Chicken and the Cream Cheese Stuffed Chicken Breast! My cream cheese stuffed jalapeno poppers are one of my all-time favorite appetizers. We adored them so much that we decided to turn them into a supper. We actually stuffed the entire dish inside a chicken breast. It was the best decision I'd ever made. We prefer to serve it with freshly roasted asparagus on the side. They take less than 10 minutes to prepare and are equally wonderful!

Asparagus Stuffed Chicken
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Asparagus Stuffed Chicken

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Asparagus Stuffed Chicken is one of the most spectacular recipes you can create with no effort. It's an amazingly simple recipe that looks beautiful and tastes fantastic! If you like this, try the Bacon and Cream Cheese Stuffed Chicken.Asparagus was never an option for me when I was younger. I'm not sure if it was just that it had a terrible reputation among kids aged 10 to 14, or if there was some truth to my dislike of this infamous vegetable. At some time, I caved and let asparagus to join us at the table (literally). I'm so happy I did! There are countless ways to prepare this delectable vegetable (such as this Roasted Asparagus), but this is one of my favorites. It requires very little effort, looks great, and tastes delicious. The flavors complement each other so well that it's as if they were meant to be.One of the most spectacular dishes you can create with very little effort is Asparagus Stuffed Chicken. It's an amazingly simple recipe that looks beautiful and tastes fantastic!

Tuna Casserole
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Tuna Casserole

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Classic Tuna Casserole is one of those "comfort food" dishes that takes me back to my childhood. It's simply fantastic! And if you're from the Midwest, you know what good casserole is. But we also know how to make amazing Tuna Recipes. My Tuna Salad is popular for a reason: it's wonderful! Don't forget to try our Open Face Tuna Melt, Tuna Melt Casserole, or the BEST Tuna Mornay! What Is the Best Way to Make Tuna Casserole? It was a pleasure to be by my mother's side as she prepared this. I was one of those kids who like tuna salad and would frequently beg for it. Her measurements, though, were usually "a bit of this" and "a little of that." She was taught by her mother, and my grandmother is one of those incredible women who made do with what she had. She could open her refrigerator, analyze the contents, and prepare a delicious dinner for eight people. Every single night. Needless to say, I had numerous variations of this recipe as a child!

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