Three Twists on Taco Night
Tacos are just as tasty as they are messy—make cleanup easier by assembling everything in a bowl! Start with chips or broken taco shells, then add meat (try spicy chorizo sausage for an added kick), shredded cheese, beans, salsa and whatever else your tastebuds desire.
With the weather cooling down, it's the perfect time to warm up with a bowl of cozy soup. Your family will love this traditional tortilla soup, or if you're serving a meat-free crowd, try an easy taco soup with a substitution of faux meat in place of the ground beef. See recipe.
This Taco Tuesday, why not gather the family around a big platter of nachos? In a large pan (pro tip: line with aluminum foil for easy cleanup), add tortilla chips and all the appropriate fixin's, then warm up in the oven until your cheese is good and melty.
Beef Chuck Roast, Three Ways
Served over a bed of egg noodles, beef stroganoff is a hands-off dinner that your family will want to get their hands on! Cook your chuck roast low and slow in a slow-cooker while you're at work so it's nice and tender by dinnertime.
Dinners together don't have to be fussy or complicated—what matters most is that time is enjoyed together as a family. Our chuck roast hits the spot when slow-cooked along side earthy potatoes and hearty carrots.
Three Takes on Italian Night
Everything tastes better when it's tiny, and these meatball sliders are no exception to that rule! Heat meatballs and marinara sauce, then serve in a mini bun with melty cheese.
This Italian-night twist falls somewhere between the realm of pasta and soup, making it a hearty dish your family will happily slurp down. Plus, this meatball soup can be ready and on the table in just half an hour!