Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Recipe – Perfect for Sandwiches, Rice +

Buffalo Chicken Sandwich

I just love when a friend says, “Can you really call this a recipe? It’s too easy.” Now honestly, I don’t think it was meant to be a compliment, but I am going to turn that remark around because we all know that this is a place to celebrate quick, easy and delicious meals with [...]

Oh, So Easy, Tex Mex Chicken Chili (or Soup)

Oh So Easy Tex Mex Chicken Soup

Our family stirs up varying debates. Sometimes topics run deep and introspective, swapping between politics, religion and other politically incorrect table talk discussions, while others, well, they are a debate for debate sake. Tonight’s debate sparked discussion on chili vs. soup. You see this delicious and oh, so easy Tex Mex Chicken Chili, er, Soup [...]

What Would You Do with 30 lbs of Chicken?

Chicken Meals in Minutes

During my first week of beginning my 10 Minute Dinners blog (with all five of you reading), I shared this post. As I began writing up my next C.O.S.T Cooking post for this series, I realized this really gives you a glimpse into simplifying our meal time so that we can enjoy our minutes connecting, [...]

Easy BBQ Chicken Pizza

BBQ Chicken Pizza @10MinuteDinners

Pizza is a staple in our home. There’s no way around it. It’s served at least once or twice a week, both store bought and home made. I love making my own homemade pizza crust and with my Kitchen Aid  Stand Mixer  (I admit, I own two because this one was such a great price),  [...]

Oven Baked Barbeque Chicken Thighs

Oven Baked Barbeque Chicken Thighs

“Mom, this is amazing. I feel like I’m in a restaurant. Please make this every single week, and next time, make a lot more,” requested our high school son. The rest of the kids continued devouring these Barbeque Chicken Thighs and nodded their head in agreement. Sometimes I marvel at how such an easy recipe [...]

31 Days of C.O.$.T. Cooking (Cook Once, Serve Twice or Three Times)

COST-cooking Cook Once Serve Twice

Over the last year, I’ve slowly introduced my 10 Minute Dinner approach. Recipes requiring no more than ten minutes of prep time in the kitchen evolved from my desire to spend more time connecting and sharing life around the dinner table and less time frazzled over the “What’s for Dinner?” turmoil. With five children (four [...]