Tag: pressure cooker

Chocolate-Banana Breakfast Rice Pudding

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. ¬†#Bananamazing ¬†#CollectiveBias On Wednesday, ¬†we will have big changes happening in our house! ¬† That’s right, in two days I will officially have a Kindergartener! ¬†And I am already mentally preparing myself in […]

 

Pressure Cooker Moo Shu Pork

This post contains affiliate links I think that everyone needs at least one good place for Chinese take-out.¬† Here in Cedar Falls, there is a Chinese restaurant called Hong Kong that has excellent food 95% of the time.¬† ¬†However, when it comes down to it, I do prefer to cook […]

 

Pizza Chili

My kids love pizza. ¬†So when I told them that we were going to have this pizza chili for dinner, they were sold right away. ¬† I also served crusty bread and salad with it too. I got this idea from my blogging friend Michelle from Simplify Live Love. ¬†She […]

 

Greek Yogurt Ranch Mashed Potatoes- Instant Pot

I have had a little obsession with Greek Yogurt ranch dip as of late. ¬†I am a little¬†embarrassed at how much I have been consuming. ¬†I have been eating it with baby carrots. ¬†with bags and bags of baby carrots. We eat tons of Greek yogurt in our house.¬† ¬†I […]

 

Instant Pot Cuban Pork Chop Sandwiches

Here in the midwest, we love our pork chop sandwiches!¬† Boneless 1- inch pork chops are budget-friendly and cook up real fast.¬† These Instant Pot Cuban Pork Chop Sandwiches are a great way to switch up your pork chop sandwich.¬† These are super flavorful, citrusy, and taste amazing on toasted […]

 

DIY Yogurt with fruit on the bottom

On this blog, my DIY “Go Gurt” has been popular. ¬†But do you know what I LOVED when I was a kid? Yogurt with FRUIT on the bottom! ¬†Yogurt with fruit on the bottom was one of my favorite things to take in my school lunch. ¬†Sometimes, I mixed the […]

 

Canned Pumpkin Soup

Over the years, I have made many blended vegetable soups. ¬†I have learned that if you pair pretty much any vegetable with an onion, and chicken broth, cook and blend together, and you will have great soup. ¬†I swear! If you keep canned pumpkin in your pantry, you can make […]