This easy one pot Baked Potato Gnocchi recipe is made in only 20 minutes with a creamy, cheesy sour cream sauce, crispy bacon & fresh green onions! For a quick & simple meal that the entire family will love, try this gnocchi recipe. It tastes just like a loaded baked potato with an extra creamy sauce!
Well hello there you big bowl of delicious comfort food!
When it comes to warm, comforting food, there’s nothing quite like a bowl of pasta covered in a creamy sauce. It’s feel-good food! And when that creamy sauce and pasta tastes just like a loaded baked potato, you’re basically combining two of the best comfort foods into one!
When making a loaded baked potato you need sour cream, cheddar cheese, bacon and green onions. I’ve combined all of these ingredients in this easy gnocchi dish! Since gnocchi is a pasta made with potatoes, this recipe just makes sense!
Easy homemade chili seasoning is the key to making this delicious Gluten Free Chili recipe in just 29 minutes on the stove! At under 500 calories per serving, this ground beef chili is a healthy, hearty dinner option!
Every time I sit down at the dinner table with a big bowl of chili, I’m immediately reminded of growing up in Oklahoma. We would regularly have a slow cooker of chili for dinner, especially in the fall and winter months. It was something the whole family loved and it was easy to make!
You know those days when you kind of forget about dinner? You’re now in a panic and need an easy recipe that you can get on the table in under 30 minutes. This chili is made for those nights! It’s filled with ingredients that you probably have on hand and it’s so quick and simple to toss together.
This recipe is perfect for those that are gluten free and dairy free, but also great for those who aren’t! There are no special ingredients needed, just my easy homemade Chili Seasoning, that just so happens to be gluten free.
I love making my own seasoning mixes at home because you know exactly what’s going in them. No funky ingredients that you can’t pronounce in my chili seasoning! Just flavorful spices that turn into really delicious bowls of chili!
It’s easy to make a big batch of the chili seasoning to keep on hand throughout the fall and winter months. It will last in the pantry for up to 2 years, so no worries about making too much and it going bad!
I grew up with beans in my chili and am still a “beans in the chili” kinda gal! If you want to leave out the beans, simply replace the chili beans with an extra can of diced tomatoes and a small can of tomato paste to make a no bean chili.
This gluten free chili is delicious reheated, so feel free to double the recipe and take the leftovers to work throughout the week. Or make two dinners out of the chili during the week! Two meals made in under 30 minutes? Count me in!
Tri tip is slow cooked in a sweet & spicy pineapple sriracha sauce, then turned into THE BEST shredded beef tacos, in this easy Mexican crockpot recipe! These Tri Tip Tacos are delicious topped with fresh pineapple and avocado, or my famous Grilled Pineapple Guacamole!
Use the leftover Mexican shredded beef to make epic steak and eggs for breakfast, nachos for game day or more delicious tacos!
For my annual Super Bowl party every year, I create a “Make Your Own Taco Bar” with various shredded meats. I’ve been doing this since 2010 and it’s always a hit! I line up my crock pots with slow cooked beef, pork and chicken. Then all of my friends get to make their own choice of tacos.
While these Shredded Beef Tacos are the bomb.com (yes, I just went there!), this shredded beef is also delicious in enchiladas, quesadillas and on nachos! This recipe is seriously versatile and seriously scrumptious!
While these slow cooker shredded beef tacos are great for parties, they’re also perfect for a quick and easy weeknight dinner. It only takes 15 minutes of prep time in the morning, then you get to come home to a great recipe for dinner in the evening.
It’s SO EASY to make Crock Pot Buffalo Chicken that can be shredded & used for sliders, wraps, tacos, pasta or dips! You only need 4 ingredients and 5 minutes of prep time to make this simple, versatile recipe!
I’ve been making this crock pot buffalo chicken recipe for years. It’s perfect for the “Make Your Own Taco Bar” at my annual Super Bowl party. And it’s an easy way to make a large batch of buffalo chicken and use it in recipes throughout the week!
If you’ve been on the blog before, you know that I never shy away from my love of buffalo sauce. Since I add shredded buffalo chicken to dozens of recipes, I like to make it in big batches.
In recent years, I’ve started making Instant Pot Buffalo Chicken, but I also love to use one of my 12 trusty slow cookers (yes, I might have a problem!) to make a batch of the saucy chicken to have on hand.
Once the buffalo chicken has been slow cooked and shredded, it can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 5 days or in the freezer for up to 6 months. If you’re a fellow buffalo sauce fan, you’ll love always having shredded buffalo chicken on hand to add to your favorite recipes!
Add flavor to potatoes, chicken & casseroles or make your own ranch dressing or dip at home with this easy Ranch Seasoning Mix recipe! It’s gluten free & easy to make in just 5 minutes! Keep it in the pantry, so you’ll always have this delicious homemade seasoning mix on hand!
One of the most common ingredients found on WhitneyBond.com is buffalo sauce. And you know what goes well with buffalo sauce? Ranch dressing! So today I’m introducing my homemade Ranch Seasoning Mix!
Making your own ranch seasoning mix at home is SO EASY and can add that delicious ranch flavor to a number of recipes. Add it to chicken marinades, rubs or breading. Toss potatoes in olive oil and ranch seasoning to make oven baked ranch fries. Or make homemade ranch dressing by combining the seasoning mix with milk and mayo.
Not a mayo fan? You can easily make homemade ranch dressing without mayo. Just substitute sour cream or greek yogurt and buttermilk!
I love making my own seasoning mixes at home because you know exactly what’s in it! This seasoning mix is vegetarian and gluten free. If you just want the herbs and spices, you can omit the buttermilk powder to also make the mix vegan, keto and whole 30 compliant.
Why buy ranch at the grocery store when it’s more affordable to easily make your own at home? You can make a double or triple batch so that you’ll always have the seasoning mix right in your pantry to use in recipes. Stored properly, this dry ranch mix will stay good in the pantry for up to 6 months. I like to store this seasoning mix in a mason jar.