31 Days of Soups & Casseroles

Enjoy a delicious month! 31 Days of Soups and Casseroles at 10MinuteDinners.com

I can hardly believe that October is upon us, can you? The days, months and weeks are flying by, but when autumn hits, so does my deep and abiding love for all things Comfort Food.

Over the next month + a few more weeks, I will be sharing all things Soups and Casseroles. Yes, I know, it just makes me happy thinking about it. The best part about these recipes is that I will share shortcuts and tips to guarantee that the prep time comes in at ten minutes or less.

My fall scheduling and calendar is the most hectic of my whole year, so I need to know that meal preparation time is kept to a minimum. For instance, get a heads start by reading my suggestions from my Power Cooking Hour that revolutionizes my mealtime and allows for these quick and easy meal ideas to become a reality. Next, gather some of your favorite family meals and get them organized in your Meal Solutions binder.  Trust me, it sounds like you’d have to be super organized to accomplish that, but it’s specifically designed for those, like myself, who need the extra brain power when that “What’s for Dinner?” question hits.

I can’t wait to share some of my favorites with you.

If you have some of your tried and true unique favorites that just scream comfort food to the masses, I’d love to share them as well. Just let me know.

Yes, we surely are whipping up a delicious fall.

Let’s get homemade dinners on the table quickly and easily. I want to spend less time over the stove and more time around the table where all the meaningful magic happens.

 

31 Days of Soups and Casseroles at 10MinuteDinners

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  1. I am certainly looking forward to this series! Fall does get so busy, that’s is nice to have a supply of quick and easy dinners at the ready. My husband’s favorite casserole is enchilada casserole, and mine is poppyseed chicken. Of course, we both enjoy each other’s choice as well. Both can be made quickly – especially if my hamburger is already browned or my chicken cooked and shredded. I keep my meats in the freezer for occasions just like these! Again, can’t wait to see what you have to share, Jen!

    • Oh yes, up this week is one of my many variations of enchilada casserole, but I haven’t tried poppyseed chicken. That sounds SO good. Is it a casserole? DO you have it posted? I’d love to share it. 🙂

  2. I’m not known to be a fan of casseroles, but I am a fan of you (& making dinner in 10 minutes 😉 Can’t wait to see what you have to share Jen!

    • haha – you are too sweet!! Well, I have lots of other NON casserole recipes too, you just might have to hunt for them. 🙂 xoxox Miss you! It’s been too long.

  3. Wow! Can’t wait to see this series!

  4. Here’s my favorite Crock Pot Lasagna!
    http://jillonthehill.com/2013/05/02/slow-cooker-lasagna/

  5. Love this! I’m beyond ready for cooler temps and comfort food. Can’t wait to follow along and see what you share here! 🙂

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