90 Casserole Recipes You Will Enjoy

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Tired of eating the same thing over and over again? Looking for new recipes ideas that you want to add to your daily cooking routine? Well, you have come to the right place! I’ve gathered these incredible casserole recipes from some of the awesome food bloggers I have met online that will definitely help you make-up your mind what to prepare for your family.

If you sign up on Pillsbury you know they send you some awesome recipes through your email.  So since I have gotten few casserole recipes ideas from them, I thought I’d share it along here.  This casserole they sent my emails is all delicious and so easy to make.

I am a big fan when it comes to making a casserole.  Here at home, I cook our meal every day, however, when my schedule doesn’t permit I always just heat up leftovers. The casserole is one thing I enjoy making because it doesn’t require a lot of attention, all I have to do is gather all the ingredients put it in the baking casserole, put it in the oven wait until it’s done baking, take it out and it’s ready to serve.  On this recipe round-up, I have included recipes you can make for breakfast, dinner, and lunch.

Since I started blogging again, I often go to Pinterest find new recipes that I want to try.  My husband always tells me that being married to me is like being married to a chef because of all the meals I have made.  What can I say cooking is my passion, for some reason it makes me happy and relaxes.  Although,  every now and then I tend to get lazy when it comes to cooking.  That’s when I want something easy like a casserole.

There are so many casserole recipes out there.  That’s why I worked hard making this list for you to help you find an awesome recipe that you and your family will enjoy.  So I hope that this list will give you peace of mind when it comes to what meal to cook daily. Read more

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9 Crockpot Recipes You Will Love

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It’s that time of the year where crock-pot meal more convenient for everyone to cook.  Of course, I am guilty myself, I don’t know if I have mentioned it before that I owned two crockpots.  One is bigger enough to hold a big meal that will last us for a week.  The other one is small perfect for just the soup and other small portion meal I like to cook.  Having two crockpots going at the same time is really awesome, plus I don’t have to worry what to eat for a week.

So I asked few of my fellow bloggers for their crockpot recipe that I can include in this roundup. They are kind enough to give me permission to use their photo for this project.  I must say meeting some awesome bloggers online is a great thing.

Hope that this short list will give you an idea of what you can cook during this cold weather.

Sriracha Turkey Chili (Crockpot) – By The Peachee Pear

This chili right here would be perfect for any games on the weekend.  I know some may prepare this for football, but honestly, you can make this meal anytime you want to eat some chili.  If you are like us who loves chili then you will love this recipe.  It’s loaded with so much flavor and awesome ingredients.

Slow Cooker Hawaiin Chicken – By Glitter On A Dime

This chicken looks so delicious and only needed 4 ingredients. That’s right this doesn’t require

a lot of ingredients at all.  You can either cook this on high or low it depends on when do you want to eat this meal.  This can be pair with pasta or even rice and some vegetables. Read more

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Bibingkang Malagkit (Rice Cake)

Bibingkang Malagkit (Rice Cake) is a very popular dessert to make on holidays.  There are different ways of making rice cake, some mix the coconut milk during the process of cooking the rice. The process of making bibingkang malagkit is a little bit different than the normal rice cake.  On this recipe, I let the rice boiled with four cups of water and 1 can of the coconut milk (about 14 fl oz).  Cooking the rice is not hard at all, but you have to pay attention that the bottom won’t get burn.

Once the rice goes into boil adjust your heat to a medium.  Remember to stir it every now and then, if you need to add some water do so.  Usually, adjust my heat to medium, and when the liquid is gone I turn it to low.  Start making your topping, that way by the time your rice is done cooking for the second time your topping is ready. From the time it started boiling until it was cook it took about 45 minutes for the rice to cook.

Making the topping is going to take awhile, probably about 1 hour or so, depends really.  You want the topping to caramelize that way it won’t look like water down on the top of your glutinous rice. Start your time once the mixture started boiling not from the time you added to the skillet.

Mine started boiling at 10:30 then I adjusted the heat to medium. I know the process is long that’s why I don’t make this often but on some occasion only.  However, the aftermath of this cooking is going to be very delicious and you will get a lot of compliments. It took me about 55 minutes to finished making the toppings, I have leftovers which is not big deal.

In a non-stick skillet add ¼ cup of the coconut milk you set aside earlier.  Then add the glutinous rice and the white sugar and mix very well.  Let the mixture cook for about 5 minutes, mixing it constantly. Once it’s finished cooking, transfer the mixture to the pyrex, spread about 4 tablespoons of your topping mixture in the bottom of the pyrex so the glutinous rice won’t stick. Top the glutinous rice with the caramelized sauce you made, at this time you can just let this sit and serve it later.  However, you can also put this in the oven for about 3 minutes broil it. Read more

Pumpkin Spiced Carrot Cake With A Spiced Frosting

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Pumpkin Spiced Carrot Cake With A Spiced Frosting is the recipe that I am gonna be sharing with you today. This is a guest post written by Jennifer Rice.

Jennifer Rice the found of Sugarsoil creates family-friendly recipes inspired by spices and flavors from all over the world. A culture filled food and recipes inspired by travel and wellness.

Who doesn’t love carrot cake? Well, this little number will knock your socks off especially after adding the frosting and pumpkin spice. This pumpkin spiced carrot case is absolutely bursting with flavors and is a define yes to any dessert table.

I know New Year is approaching and we start to ask ourselves on what to prepare for dessert. Well, pumpkin spiced carrot cake with a spiced frosting would be perfect to make to welcome the New Year. Your guest will definitely enjoy this one especially with the spiced frosting in the middle and top. Oh, will definitely give that flavor that everyone will love and enjoy.

I am not big into dessert but I do make dessert on occasions like New Year, Christmas, Birthday and Thanksgiving. For some reason, it kinda gets make excited making dessert for those occasions. Pumpkin spiced carrot cake with a spiced frosting would be a great pair with some wine or even hot chocolate, hot tea or even coffee. Really, it doesn’t matter what you pair this dessert with, after all, it’s already delicious. Eating this by itself would be just fine, and you can appreciate all the flavor that way as well. Read more

Bulgogi with Kimchi Lettuce Wraps

Bulgogi with Kimchi Lettuce Wraps is a very healthy and delicious dish that a lot of Korean loves to it. I remembered the first time I ate Bulgogi, I instantly was in love with it.  The flavoring and the vegetables that are included in this dish is just amazing.  Bulgogi is a Korean style grilled or roasted dish made using the thin slice of beef or pork.  It’s marinade with homemade sauce using the Korean pears.  You can grill this dish or cook on a stove-top griddle.   However, if you don’t have the grill or the griddle you can also cook this using just the skillet

I make this kind of dish every now and then since a friend of our taught me how to make it at home.  You can also find a different recipe on Youtube, there are so many ways to make this dish.  I believed you also make this vegetarian just by using tofu.   If you don’t want to go through the hassle of making the sauce at home.  You can also buy the ready to use sauce at any Asian store.

Although, I prefer making the sauce my way every now and then I buy the ready to use sauce.  Just because I don’t have the complete ingredients for making the sauce at home. Bulgogi with Kimchi Lettuce Wraps is a healthy dish to offer to your guest or even for you to eat each week.  Though, it’s not something that I want to eat twice a week, however, eating this once a week or every two weeks would be ideal. Read more

2017 Filipino Christmas Party

A friend of ours hosted the 2017 Filipino Christmas Party this year.  They invited a lot of our Filipino friends, brought food as well.  This year we did what we called Potluck, it’s so much easier to the host to cook less food and for the guest to bring the rest.  We also exchange gift, the women have $15 limit and so is the young lady.  For the kids, they have $10 limit, and for the guys, they have $15 limit as well.

The company with the family and friends was amazing and the food was delicious.  Although we are away from our family we are happy whenever we do a party like this.  That is because it feels so much like home, the party was a lot of fun.  We did few games for the kids and adult to enjoy and whoever wins get a prize.  We have a lot of food as usual you know, and they are all delicious.   Read more

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