Just 10 minutes of prep for this Dump-and-Bake Butter Chicken and Rice! Even the rice and the chicken cook together in one dish for an easy dinner!
You only need 5 minutes to prepare Aunt Bee’s Lucky Hoppin’ John — with black-eyed peas, smokey bacon, and tender rice — it’s an easy side dish for New Year’s Day!
Mollie’s Dump-and-Bake Chicken Rice Casserole is an entire dinner that cooks in one dish with only 5 minutes of prep. The brown rice, green beans, and chicken are baked together in a creamy sauce and topped with cheese and breadcrumbs at the end.
This particular Taco Casserole is so fast and easy that you can practically make it in your sleep! With just 10 minutes of prep, you can serve a complete healthy meal that cooks in one dish — Salsa Rice with Cheesy Turkey Meatballs and all of the toppings. Best of all, you’ll feel like Super Mom when your over-tired children (and husband) gobble it up without even a fuss…and then happily shuffle right back upstairs for BED.
This 4 Can Mexican Chicken Casserole comes together in about 5 minutes and can be prepared ahead of time for a family-friendly easy dinner on busy nights!
There’s no prep necessary for this Dump and Bake Italian Meatball and Rice Casserole! It’s the perfect easy dinner solution for your busy weeknights – and your family will love the cozy comfort food!
You’re going to love how easy this dump-and-bake Chicken and Rice Cordon Bleu Casserole comes together! It’s the perfect leftover ham recipe, and a great way to use up some rotisserie chicken. Topped with grated Swiss cheese, this creamy 10-minute meal is a quick comfort food dinner that the whole family will devour!
There’s no stirring necessary and no need to babysit a pot on the stove…just dump-and-bake for a creamy, dreamy rice dish! This Easy Baked Champagne Risotto is fancy enough for a holiday and simple enough for a busy weeknight side dish!
This Shrimp and Wild Rice Casserole is a healthy dinner recipe that’s packed with whole grains, protein, and plenty of flavor! It’s an easy one dish meal that tastes creamy, comforting and indulgent — but it’s also good for your waistline!
Comfort food dinners don’t get any better than this! Aunt Bee’s Bacon-Topped Beef and Rice Casserole is a family-friendly meal that comes together in minutes and warms your insides on a cool evening.
In just 3 minutes you can enjoy an easy breakfast, lunch, or snack on-the-go! This Healthy Chunky Monkey Rice Bowl is a portable one-dish meal that’s loaded with nutritious ingredients. Brown rice, peanut butter, banana, and a garnish of chocolate make this a sweet and satisfying option that kids and adults can agree on!
This easy dump-and-go lunch or dinner is the perfect weeknight meal for busy back-to-school season! Just heat up a handful of pantry staples and you will have a piping hot bowl of Short-Cut Mexican Chicken and Rice Soup ready in a matter of minutes.
My one-dish Dump and Bake Italian Chicken and Rice is an easy dinner that comes together in just a few minutes, requires minimal clean up, and pleases the pickiest palates! Even the rice cooks in the baking dish making this a fast, wholesome, and easy meal.
This Thai Peanut Chicken Fried Rice is a healthy and delicious way to use up just about any leftovers that you can pull out of your refrigerator. It’s a one-skillet dinner that’s loaded with veggies and protein. The added bonus? Everyone LOVES it!
Mardi Gras is just around the corner, and this Quick and Easy Jambalaya Casserole is a delicious twist on the New Orleans classic. The rice, chicken, shrimp, and sausage all cook together in one dish, making this a simple one-dish meal that involves almost no preparation and very little clean-up. Does it get any better than that?! It’s pure, flavor-packed comfort food!
Could you use some help to stay on track with your New Year’s Resolutions this month? These 4-Ingredient, 4-Minute Chicken Taco Rice Bowls make preparing a nutritious and delicious lunch or dinner a breeze — at home, at your office, or on the run.
Bursting with texture, sweetness, and comforting spices, this Easy Holiday Fruited Rice with Pecans is fancy enough to serve to guests…and no one will ever know that it only took 15 minutes to prepare! If you’re looking for the perfect side dish for Christmas dinner or any other festive gatherings this season, you have come to the right place.
Summer is definitely corn season in Central Virginia, as all of the farms around us seem to grow it and the farmers’ market is full of fresh stalks. I’m always trying to find new and different ways to take advantage of the fresh corn, and this Corn, Rice, and Pimiento Salad has become a favorite!…
They say that spring is coming, and with warmer weather this weekend I guess I believe it. But that 6 inches of snow we received in Virginia last week? It made me want to cuddle up in a blanket indoors and eat warm, comforting dishes like this Chicken, Broccoli, and Rice Casserole. This is the…
This has been one of my mom’s go-to meals for a very long time. When she makes it, everyone loves it! As a result, it has become a staple in my kitchen as well. I love that I can pull ingredients out of my pantry (or freezer) and have a delicious, healthy, and easy dinner…
Mrs. Peachey’s Stuffed Peppers are one of our family’s favorite summer meals! We’ve been busy around here enjoying the season – doing things like wielding chain saws, lifting heavy logs, and gardening! In fact, my garden has taken off in ways that I never could have imagined. Let’s just say that we will be eating…
These Slow-Cooker Asian Chicken Burritos may not look like much, but believe me – they’re awesome! They are bursting with so much flavor and texture…Keith said that I should sell them in a restaurant! Hah. While I guarantee that’s not going to happen, they will certainly save us some money on carry-out! I use my…
Hi, folks! I’ve got another family-friendly dinner to share, and it’s sure to please even the little people in your house… My kids love this Cajun Shrimp and Rice Bake because, well, it’s rice. Plus, it has a couple of cans of Campbell’s Soup thrown in the mix, which always seems to please their little…
I have another recipe for you today, courtesy of the Madison County Boys and Girls Club’s Cooking Club. As I mentioned in my post last week (find it here), my neighbor Jan recently shared some of the Club’s favorite recipes with me. These recipes will be featured in my upcoming Madison Eagle Newspaper cooking column,…