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12 Delicious Lo Mein Recipes

Lo Mein makes for a family meal everyone can enjoy. It is easy, can be made so many ways, and is filled with delicious and healthy things! This collection of Lo Mein Recipes has a dozen ways to make it at home for a dinner that will satisfy in a flash!

There is nothing quite like a serving of Lo Mein on a long day. Ever since Chinese New Year, it has been all I crave! I rounded up 12 Delicious Lo Mein Recipes that I know you are going to want to try! These recipes are easy and are every bit as good as take out!

This collection of recipes includes options for Vegans, instant pot options and a to die for shrimp lo mein that comes together in 15 minutes!

Beef Lo Mein by Cosmopolitan Cornbread
One Pot Sesame Chicken Lo Mein by How to This and That
15 Minute Shrimp Lo Mein by Living Sweet Moments
Instant Pot Lo Mein by Slap Dash Mom
Better than Take Out Chicken Lo Mein by Spend with Pennies
Quick and Easy Lo Mein by Dear Creatives
Peanut Butter Lo Mein by Mom Foodie
Veggie Tofu Lo Mein by Hello Little Home
Shrimp Lo Mein by Kleinworth and Co.
Instant Pot Chicken Lo Mein by My Crazy Good Life

You can find more recipes here

10 Yummy Chinese Chicken Recipes

Peanut Butter Chicken

7 Appealing Asparagus Recipes

Asparagus is one of those veggies that brings a lot of flavor to any meal! I discovered 7 new ways to cook this favorite green and I know you will want to try all of these recipes!

Appealing Asparagus Recipes

I could eat asparagus for every meal and never regret a single bite of it. I love it every way you can serve it and if I dine at a restaurant that has it on the menu, please bring me 2 sides of asparagus!!

I found 7 recipes that I can't wait to try and I think you are going to love too! From a delectable bacon wrapped asparagus to a yummy creamy version with rice! If you have a great recipe for asparagus, please share it with me in a comment!

Asparagus can be used in so many dishes! I love that you can use this delectable veggie in:

  • Breakfast Burritos
  • On the Grill
  • Smothered in Hollandaise 
  • Roasted to perfection and more!

Below are those yummy recipes you stopped by for! Click the link below to view the original source.

Cheesy Asparagus Straws
Cream of Asparagus Soup
Creamy Asparagus Rice
Bacon Wrapped Asparagus
Shaved Asparagus Pizza
Ham and Asparagus Spaghetti
Asparagus Salad

As if that isn't enough delicious ideas, you also might like my fully loaded breakfast burrito recipe, it has asparagus in it too!!

If you are craving more summer food check out this reader favorite  Must Try Corn on the Cob Recipes.

12+ Cranberry Sauce Recipes to Crave

If you want to step up from canned cranberry sauce, you are in the right place! I found 12 of the best cranberry sauce recipes to share with you. 

I have never even tried cranberry sauce before. I am a 40 year old woman.
Growing up, it was not a dish to be found at a single Thanksgiving meal I attended. I can't recall ever seeing my mom ponder a can of cranberry sauce at the store, and certainly she never bought fresh cranberries. I don't even think those could be found in my tiny town growing up.

My mother in law likes it though. Over the years she seems to have figured out that cranberry never occurs to me when I am preparing the meal. She has been bringing a can of cranberry along hopefully for years.

Canned cranberry sauce looks gross though. It reminds me of beets, which I also don't like. HA! I used to pride myself on not being a picky eater, but this post might prove otherwise.

This year I am going to go out of my way and attempt to make a real proper cranberry dish to wow my mother in law this Thanksgiving. I found 12 recipes that look amazing. So much better than a blob of canned cranberry!

Easy Citrus Cranberry Sauce by Spend with Pennies
Best Ever Cranberry Sauce by Mom on Time Out
Homemade Cranberry Sauce by Sugar Spun Run
Ten Minute Cranberry Sauce by Swanky Recipes
Sugar Free Orange Cranberry Sauce by Make Life Lovely
Instant Pot Cranberry Sauce by A Mom's Impression
Homemade Cranberry Sauce by All She Cooks
Fresh Berry Cranberry Sauce by My Turn For Us
Easy Homemade Cranberry Sauce by Cincy Shopper
Cranberry Chutney by Mom Foodie
Grape Cranberry Sauce by Cindy's Recipes
Gran Mariner Cranberry Sauce by The Kitchen is My Playground

Which of these recipes sound best to you? And please! Someone tell me exactly how you prepare a can of cranberry sauce.

Find all of my Thanksgiving posts here

13 Savory Pumpkin Recipes

Fall is here and I am craving all things pumpkin! Pies, breads and cakes are lovely but there is something amazing about a savory pumpkin dinner! I gathered 13 recipes from my favorite bloggers to share with you. These recipes are completely craveable! I still can't decide which I will make first!

Pumpkin Pasta with Sage and Sausage by Food, Folks and Fun

Bacon and Pumpkin Pasta by Dizzy, Busy and Hungry

Pumpkin Dinner Rolls by Tastes of Lizzy T

Cheesy One Pot Pumpkin Pasta by Domestic Superhero

Beef and Cabbage Dinner in a Pumpkin by Over the Big Moon

Family Dinner in a Pumpkin by Capturing Joy

Vegan Pumpkin Nugget Tacos by Elephantastic Vegan

Pumpkin Chicken Enchiladas by Tatertots & Jello

Pumpkin & Feta Empanadas by Amuse Your Bouche

Spicy Roasted Pumpkin Bread by Om Nom Ally

Pumpkin Sage Scones by Houseful of Handmade

One Pot Pumpkin Mac & Cheese by B Inspired Mama

Pumpkin Chili by Food, Folks and Fun

If you still need a pumpkin fix, check out these yummy pie recipes or these other pumpkin for dinner ideas.

Which of these savory pumpkin recipes will you make first?

7 Luscious Lemonade Recipes

Summer is near, so the time to stock up on lemonade fixings is now! I have 7 Luscious Lemonade Recipes to inspire your summertime sipping!

There is nothing like a glass of lemonade on a hot day. I found 7 awesome recipes that I can't wait to try. I think you are going to love these too. From the traditional twist of a strawberry version that promises to be easy to an unforgettable Lavender punch that tickles the taste buds in style.  I can't wait to hear which of these recipes you want to try first!

Sparkling Watermelon Lemonade
Strawberry Kiwi Lemonade
Easy Strawberry Lemonade
Sparkling Pineapple Lemonade
Lavender Lemonade Punch
Strawberry Basil Lemonade
Blueberry Lemonade Punch

Making homemade lemonade is super easy to do! I have a few tips to help you make the best ever lemonade at home!

  1. 5 or 6 lemons will yield 1 cup of juice.
  2. Select lemons that are bright yellow and firm.
  3. Washing lemons after purchase will keep them fresher longer.
  4. Room temperature lemons will yield more juice than a cold lemon.
  5. Simple syrup is much easier for making lemonade than dissolving sugar.

Have you ever made a special lemonade recipe? I would love to hear about it to inspire my summer sipping!

We have a cute lemonade craft for kids that goes perfectly with homemade lemonade!

You might want to check out these homemade soda ideas.

 Don't miss these infused water recipes!

8 Superb Salsa Recipes

Salsa is super yummy, no matter how you serve it. Let's discover 8 new awesome recipes that are topping my must make list this summer! I am sure you will notice a few you can't wait to try too!

You will want to pin this collection so you can come back to it when your garden is producing tons of fresh tomatoes!

If you like salsa, you are in the perfect place! I have rounded up 8 salsa recipes I am dying to try and I know you are going to like a few of these too! From tropical flavors to simple recipes sourced from the garden, this list contains some amazing options!

Avocado Salsa
Black Bean Salsa
Cranberry Salsa
Mexican Corn Salsa
Slow Cooker Salsa
Pineapple Salsa
Strawberry Salsa
Summer Salsa

Making fresh salsa at home is really easy. I have a few tips for you that will take your homemade salsa to the next level of deliciousness!

  1. Raw veggies offer a gorgeous color to your salsa. 
  2. Cooked veggies offer deeper flavors.
  3. Herbs can be mixed and matched to meet your preferences or come up with interesting new combinations!
  4. You can swamp tomatoes for fruits that are in season for decadent results! Think peaches, pineapple, mangoes and so on.
  5. You can freeze salsa to enjoy later!
  6. Canning homemade salsa is also a great way to savor the flavor of summer for months to come.

Which of these recipes will you try first? If you have a favorite salsa recipe I would love to hear about it in a comment! If you have a tip for making awesome salsa at home, please share it with me!

You might also like this Mango Salsa recipe!

Awesome Soft Pretzel Recipes

If you like soft pretzels you will want to check out these awesome pretzel recipes! These are so easy to make and are all as yummy as the next!

The best soft pretzel recipes

Little known fact, once upon a time I spent a summer rolling pretzels at a flea market. It was a long time ago but I still think about how lucky I was to eat nothing short of 100 pretzels that summer! I loved them plain, with and without salt. I loved them with dips, garlic butter and in bun form for a one of a kind sandwich!

I have been in the mood to make pretzels for a while now, so I started rounding up some recipes I knew I wanted to try with the kids. I wonder if I can still twist them up like a pro?

Easy Soft Pretzel Bites by High Heels and Grills
Vegan Homemade Pretzels by Nerdy Mama
Semi Homemade Pretzel Bites by Juggling Act Mama
Cheddar Garlic Pretzels by Layers of Happiness
Garlic and Cheddar Soft Pretzels by Palatable Pastimes
Garlic Parmesan Pretzel Bites by Somewhat Simple
Pumpkin Spice Pretzel Bites by Little Dairy on the Prairie
Soft Pretzel Footballs by Hungry Happenings

My family has been loving this creamy carrot soup recipe

11 Fantastic Frito Recipes

If you like Fritos you are going to LOVE these 11 Fantastic Frito Recipes. From salads to casseroles, this collection has some amazing ways to add Frito corn chips to your table!

Fantastic Frito Recipes

Fritos are a classic snack; they are crispy, crunchy and actually pretty yummy for how simple they are. My son LOVES when I add a bag of Fritos to his lunch and I started looking for ways that I could get him to try something new if it was made with a favorite snack.

I found these 11 Fantastic Frito recipes and I know you are going to wanna try a few of these too! I thin the Chili Cheese Frito Skillet looks awesome!

Frito Salad by My Craftily Ever After
Frito Corn Dog Muffins by Palatable Pastimes
Frito Bean Salad by Southern Plate
One Pot Frito Casserole by Clarks Condensed
Frito Chili Pie by Nerdy Mama
Frito Taco Casserole by Park Ranger John
Frito Sonic Chili Cheese Wrap by Copykat
Chili Cheese Frito Skillet by Thrifty Jinxy
Homemade BBQ Fritos by Palatable Pastimes
Frito Corn Salad by Spend with Pennies
Frito Taco Salad with Catalina Dressing by Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom

If you are hungry for more check out all of my recipes here.

Everyone loves these Coconut Rice Krispie Treats.

12 Cheesecake Recipes to Make for Christmas

Cheesecake is one of those things in life that should be savored and shared. I think it is always one of my favorite options at the dessert table. I found 12 Cheesecake Recipes to Make for Christmas that are perfect for sharing and celebrating this holiday season!

Cheesecake recipes for Christmas

I have found 12 incredible cheesecake recipes to make this Christmas and I know you are going to find a few on this list that you can't wait to try! From Peppermint varieties to Pecan Pie Cheesecake, this list has something for everyone on it!

No Bake Peppermint Cheesecake

Eggnog Cheesecake

Candy Cane Cheesecake with a Sugar Cookie Crust

Peanut Butter Cheesecake Balls

Raspberry Cheesecake Shooters

Pecan Pie Cheesecake

No Bake Eggnog Cheesecake

Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake

Gingerbread Pumpkin Cheesecake

Santa Hat Peppermint Cheesecake Bars

Raspberry White Chocolate Cheesecake Bars

Easy Lemon Cheesecake Pie

Which of these sounds like the cheesecake of your dreams?

You can find more awesome recipes here

These Christmas tree inspired snacks are sure to be a hit with the kids!
My family is crazy for these fun Christmas treat ideas.

If you have a favorite cheesecake recipe, please do tell me all about it!

Tips To Make Cooking Less Of A Chore And More Enjoyable

 Cooking can be a chore. It's often seen as something that needs to be done rather than something that is enjoyed. This doesn't have to be the case, though! With the right tips, cooking can be an enjoyable experience. Here are some tips to make cooking less of a chore and more enjoyable:

Photo by Anna Shvets

1) Make It A Social Event

Cooking can be a solitary activity, but it doesn't have to be. In fact, cooking together can be a lot of fun, and it's also a great way to bond with loved ones. All you need is some ingredients, a few pots and pans, and some friends or family members. Cooking together is a great way to spend time together and create something delicious simultaneously.

There are a few things to keep in mind when cooking together. First, it's essential to have a plan. It's helpful to decide who will do what ahead of time so that everyone knows their role and there is no confusion in the kitchen. It's also important to be organized. Make sure all of the ingredients are gathered before you start cooking and that everyone knows where everything is. This will help the cooking process go smoothly and efficiently.

Once you have a plan and are organized, it's time to start cooking! One person can be in charge of chopping vegetables while another stirs the pot. Or, everyone can pitch in and help with different tasks. It's up to you! The important thing is to have fun and enjoy the process.

2) Try New Recipes

One of the best ways to make cooking more enjoyable is to try new recipes. This way, you can explore different flavors and ingredients and find new dishes that you love. A few key things to keep in mind when trying new recipes include.

It's essential to read the recipe thoroughly before you start cooking. This will help you understand the ingredients and the steps involved so that you can be prepared. It's also helpful to have all of the ingredients on hand before you start cooking. This way, you won't have to stop in the middle of cooking to run to the store for something.

Another thing to keep in mind when trying new recipes is that it's okay to make substitutions. If you don't have an ingredient that the recipe calls for, feel free to substitute something else. For example, if you are trying out grilled lobster by but don't have any fresh lemons, you could use lemon juice from a bottle. Just be creative and experiment! This is a great way to make a recipe your own and to experiment with different flavors.

3) Make It A Relaxing Experience

Cooking doesn't have to be a stressful experience. In fact, it can be quite relaxing! If you find yourself getting stressed out while cooking, try to take a few deep breaths and focus on the task at hand. One way to make cooking more relaxing is to create a playlist of calming music to listen to while you cook. You could also light some candles or diffusers with soothing scents like lavender or chamomile.

Another way to make cooking more relaxing is to set the mood in your kitchen. If you have a cluttered and chaotic kitchen, it will be harder to relax while you cook. So before you start cooking, tidy up your kitchen and create a calm and inviting space. This will help you feel more relaxed while you cook and make the experience more enjoyable.

4) Take Your Time

One of the best ways to make cooking more enjoyable is to take your time. This way, you can savor the experience and enjoy the process. So, instead of rushing through your meal, take your time to smell the aromas, taste the flavors, and appreciate the finished product.

Suppose you get impatient while cooking; try focusing on the task. Instead of thinking about everything else you have to do that day, focus on the present moment and savor the experience. This way, you'll be more likely to enjoy your meal and create lasting memories. By doing this cooking can be a fun and relaxing experience instead of a chore.

You can do a few key things to make cooking more enjoyable. First, it's essential to be organized and to have a plan. Second, try new recipes and be open to experimenting with different flavors. Third, make it a relaxing experience by setting the mood and taking your time. By following these tips, you'll be sure to enjoy your next cooking experience.

What Are Food Processors and How They Work

 Food processors are designed to save time, save money, and make food prep and cooking more fun. When it was first invented as “the Starmix” by German company Electrostar in 1946, the machine looked more like a blender, but already came with add-on attachments for slicing bread and milk centrifuges. 

The company behind Starmix focused on vacuum cleaners, so French catering company salesman Pierre Verdon had the market to himself. He already had Robot-Coupe (restaurant-level, commercial scale food processor) when he released the compact for home-use Le Magi-Mix in Paris in 1971. In the U.S., American engineer and inventor Carl Sontheimer refined Verdon's machines to produce the Cuisinart… and the rest was history.

How do Food Processors Work?

Food processors are equipped with a motor, a plastic bowl, and cutting blades attached to the shaft (near the bottom of the bowl). These blades/disks, which are replaceable, can shred, slice, cut or do any task the disk is designed for with every spin of the processor. 

The food processor is closed with a lid (usually with an open feeding tube where you’ll drop ingredients gradually). Most come with a pusher, so you could assist the food processor to shred or slice the ingredient. 

Food processors are super user-friendly and safe to use. All of them have safety features that prevent the motor from operating if the bowl isn’t properly attached, or if the lid isn’t closed shut. 

Many Ways to Use Food Processors

Now that you have a bit of background about the food processor’s origin and design, let me introduce to you the many ways you can use this kitchen appliance to your advantage. 

  • Sauce and condiments. People who use food processors regularly almost always can do many condiment staples from scratch. You can make your own hummus, pesto, salad dressings (like vinaigrette and Caesar’s dressing), as well as mayonnaise, salsa, and all types of dips your heart desires. 

  • Homemade baby food. If you can’t find baby food with a list of ingredients that fits your requirements, the food processor can be the best tool for making any pureed food for your baby. From veggies to fruits, soups, and all other “first food” to give your baby, you’ll find that most homemade recipes use a food processor to turn regular food into baby food. 

  • Big-batch cooking. Whether you have a large household and feed a lot of people on the daily, or you have a catering business on the side, cooking for big batches can get tiring real quick especially if you’re cooking recipes with a lot of ingredients. If you need to slice or grate kilos of cabbage, potatoes, carrots, broccoli, beets, cucumbers, brussel sprouts, yams, potatoes, and other veggies, it would be dramatically quicker to do it on a food processor.

  • Sausages, burger patties and other ground meat products. Although food processors technically cannot “grind” meat, they do mince ingredients absolutely well thanks to their sharp blades. Except for those with bones in them, food processors can cut through almost any kind of meat from beef to pork, veal to chicken, and even salmon and other types of fish. 

  • Low carb or KETO recipes. If you’re trying to get healthy, getting a food processor will help you make cauliflower or broccoli rice in a flash. Turn nuts and oats into your own homemade flour that you can use to make all kinds of gluten-free recipes. You can even grind nuts and oats then mix them with honey or coconut flakes for your own energy bars with zero sugar.

  • Homemade breadcrumbs. You can make your own crumbs with added herbs and spices only when you need them, so the breadcrumbs are fresh and tasty without any preservatives.

  • Nut butters. If your household empties jars and jars of peanut butter and almond butter, you can save a ton of money if you use your food processor to make them yourself. You just need the butter, your choice of sweetener, and a bit of oil or water to blend with your mashed nut. 

  • Any baked good that requires kneading. Most food processors come with a kneading accessory, which allows you to use the kitchen appliance as a stand mixer. Meaning, you can easily create pasta dough, pizza dough, or any kind of bread is possible without manually kneading the dough. That’s a lot of effort and muscle power saved with every recipe you try.

If you only have a budget for one countertop kitchen appliance, make it the food processor since it could definitely make your time in the kitchen more enjoyable. It’s ideal for people  on-the-go who loves to do makeahead meals, eat healthier, save money on groceries, and just about anyone who is trying to try out new recipes. 


If you love sugar cookies, then this is the place for you! I gathered 15 of my favorite sugar cookie recipes to share with you. Make sure you click thru to the full recipe.

Almond Sugar Cookies by The Taylor House

These are the perfect cookies to make with your kids, they make great cut outs that the kids can decorate and sprinkle!

Perfect Sugar Cookies by Spend with Pennies

This Sugar Cookie recipe is the perfect year-round holiday cookie! A simple mixture of butter, sugar and flour (with a few additions), these sugar cookies bake up beautifully every time. 

Cut Out Cookies with Marbled Icing by Easy Cookie Recipes

 These Cutout ugar Cookies with Marbled Icing are basically edible art. Each delicious sugar cookie is dipped into homemade swirled icing to create a unique marbled effect.

Peppermint Sugar Cookies by Gimme Some Sugar

If you’re headed to a holiday party or just love baking during the holidays, try this homemade Christmas cookie recipe. If you’re looking for a quick solution for the holidays, this is the best Christmas sugar cookie recipes out there! Seriously, I’ve never seen one easier.

Gluten Free Sugar Cookies by Cooking on Caffeine

This recipe is like the holy grail of “safe” sugar cookie recipes. No eggs. No milk. No wheat. No nuts or peanuts. Easily made soy-free. Use a different flour blend if you have issues with legumes or potatoes. And no chilling the dough, because who has time for that? We just want cookies! 

Soft Lemon Cookies by On My Kids Plate

These sweet and easy soft lemon cookies are the perfect little cookie for a delicious treat. Full of fresh lemon zest, these are bright, yummy cookies you’ll want to make again and again!

Chai Sugar Cookies by Lovely Indeed

These chai spice sugar cookies are the perfect cookie to go with a cup of tea or coffee! The easy recipe makes soft, chewy cookies that will be a hit at any party or cookie swap.

Buttery Almond Sugar Cookies by On Ty’s Plate

Buttery Almond Sugar Cookies — buttery soft almond flavored sugar cookies rolled in almond flakes. It's the perfect cookie!

Crispy Sugar Cookies by Creative Lifestyles

Do you ever just want a little crunch in your cookie? I don’t mean the crunch you get from over cooking the cookie. I mean a little crunch inside the softest yummiest cookie you will ever try. This amazing krispy sugar cookie is so easy to make, but it is hands down one of my favorite cookies of all time.

Swirl Sugar Cookies by Bride on a Budget

This recipe is time consuming, but so worth it for the way these swirl sugar cookies turn out! These are perfect for special occasions!

Vegan Dairy Free Sugar Cookies by Delightful Adventures

Easy homemade cut-out vegan gluten-free sugar cookies you can make for Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Easter, Halloween…they’re perfect for ANY occasion! These cookies can be made soft or crispy, it’s up to you. Decorate simply with sanding sugar or buttercream frosting or get fancy with a simple vegan icing that hardens.

Spiced Sugar Cookies by Bean Around the Bowl

These Spiced Sugar Cookies are warm and cozy with cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and cloves.

Perfect for the holidays and simple to make. These can be topped with additional sugar before baking to add a nice texture. They are not overly sweet to begin, so don’t worry about them being too sweet with added sugar.

Vegan Lofthouse Copycat Cookies by Strength and Sunshine

Sure, you could make classic cut-out sugar cookies for decorating, but no one can pass up one of the soft, cake-like, frosted gems that have been gracing grocery store shelves since 1994 from Lofthouse! Like a cake and a cookie all baked up into one delicious buttery, sweet, colorfully frosted treat! Can you still have this classic cookie even if you're gluten-free, vegan, or have food allergies? Sure you can! With this easy copycat homemade version of the classic soft-baked frosted cookie, you'll never have to miss out again!

Classic Sugar Cookies by Healthy Kitchen 101

This sugar cookies recipe makes fun treats for Christmas and any other occasion. Also, making and decorating cookies is a great activity to get everyone in the kitchen to spend time together.

Super Soft Sugar Cookies by Emily Fabulous

These Super Soft Sugar Cookies are easy to make and taste just like the Lofthouse sugar cookies in the grocery store. This recipe is perfect for making with kids and will work for Valentine’s Day or any occasion because you can choose whatever color and decoration you want to use!

Find more favorite recipes here

7 Delicious Ways to Stay Hydrated

The days are getting warmer. Let's cool off with an infused water recipe that will hydrate you and offer a delicious fruity flavor to your summer days!

Infused Water Recipes

Infused water is the perfect way to beat the heat while adding a delicious touch of flavor to your summer drinks. These recipes are some of my favorites and I couldn't wait to share them with you. With recipes as easy and delicious as these, drinking more water is just a tasty sip away

Strawberry Basil Lime Water
Kiwi Blackberry Water
Chia Lime Water
Cucumber Watermelon Mint
Apple Cinnamon Detox Water
Cucumber Lemon Water
Strawberry Lemon Water

If you love infused water but haven't made it at home, you will want to take note of these tips.

  1. Always wash your fruits and veggies prior to adding them to water.
  2. Allow them to soak overnight for the best flavor.
  3. Don't be afraid to add herbs to your infused water!

Which of these is your favorite? Do you ever make infused water to keep your family hydrated? I would love to hear what fruits you like to include!

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20 Chicken Recipes You won't Want to Miss

I don't know if I ever mentioned to you guys that I stopped eating beef and pork? I mean, it is not that I don't love those two meats, but I am kinda going thru this picky eater stage and I am only consuming chicken and fish these days.

So, chicken or seafood every day takes some skill. I have to prepare it in different ways or I will dread dinner time! I turned to my fellow bloggers and started discovering some amazingly delicious recipes for dinner that I know you won't want to miss.

Here are 20 Chicken Dinners that you will want to try. From chili to wraps, tacos to fajitas, there is a chicken recipe for everyone in this collection!

Cheesy Chicken Taquitos
Peanut Butter Chicken
Dr. Pepper Smoked Chicken
Easy Chicken Marsala
Red Chicken Chili

Hot Chicken Salad Braid
Buffalo Chicken Avocado Ranch Wraps
Chicken with Bleu Cheese and Grapes
20 Minute Skillet Chicken and Spinach Parmesan
Chicken & Cheese Stuffed Shells

Roasted Chicken Fajitas
Chicken and Dumplings
Chicken Spaghetti Casserole
Creamy Pesto Chicken Pasta
Chicken and Sausage Gumbo

Baked Chicken Fajitas
EasyTex Mex Chicken
Chicken Bacon Pizza
Garlic Chicken Pesto with Tomato Cream Sauce
Chicken and Cornbread Casserole

We love Cheesy Chicken Taquitos! This is one of my husbands favorite recipes! I can't wait to make my own Chicken Bacon Pizza and skip carry out pizza! Which of these recipes do you want to try first? Do you have a go to chicken recipe? I would love to hear about it!

15 Unique Potato Salad Recipes

 Labor day is right around the corner, and in my opinion, that means it is time to make a great batch of potato salad to share at the family BBQ's and gatherings.

Now, I like ALL potato salad. I think it is like comfort food, and I am just generally so thankful for potatoes. They are delicious aren't they?! So, you know I will try all of the varieties that end up at a potluck; but knowing that it is a popular dish has inspired me to spread my wings and try something unique.

I gathered 15 out of this world recipes that are just a little different than the standard mustard based salad. I think you are going to like these and want to try a few of them yourself. These recipes are intended to convert people; if you sneer at potato salad now, just wait til you try ranch potato salad, or maybe even Greek lemon potato salad! They both sound awesome right?

  1. Cesar Potato Salad by Sam Cooks Kindness

  2. Warm Austrian Potato Salad by Cooking Gorgeous

  3. Ranch Potato Salad by Spend with Pennies

  4. Sweet Potato Salad by Plant Based Budget

  5. Mashed Potato Salad by Feeding Your Fam

  6. Instant Pot Potato Salad by Pressure Cooker Recipe

  7. Vegan Southern Potato Salad by Strength and Sunshine

  8. Eggless Potato Salad by Sugar and Snappeas

  9. Salt and Vinegar Potato Salad by My Therapist Cooks

  10. Loaded Baked Potato Salad by Centsless Meals

  11. German Potato Salad by Like Mother Like Daughter

  12. Classic Potato Salad with Eggs by Healthy Seasonal Recipes

  13. Greek Lemon Potato Salad by The View From Great Island

  14. Roasted Garlic Potato Salad by This Noshtalgic Life

  15. German Dill Potato Salad by Served From Scratch

If you are looking for other fun ideas for Labor Day, you might like this Easy Labor Day Table Decor idea. These easy red, white and blue cake and berry parfaits are also perfect for the holiday.