Use your slow-cooker to speed things up a bit by perfectly cooking tender chicken cubes, black beans, and corn in tangy, sweet, flavourful barbecue sauce.
Fill charred tortillas or crispy taco shells and top with fresh bell pepper strips, cilantro, grated cheese, and hot sauce for a meal that people won't believe was as easy to make as it was!
Thick with an abundance of mozzarella, Parmesan and ricotta cheeses, this chicken and spinach lasagna could make you forget all about the tomato kind!
Chicken couscous is a great way to use up leftover roast chicken.
Whether you have leftover turkey from your Thanksgiving feast or an extra rotisserie chicken lying around, this light turkey (or chicken) and corn chowder is a hearty meal without all of the extra calories.
No need to sit around and roll buckeye balls.
We took all the work out of making buckeyes and turned it into a bark!
These bars have all of the spice and warmth of classic pumpkin pie, but they're more easily assembled as bars with a simple press-in crust.
There is hardly a more delightfully childish treat than caramel apples. But even adults scramble for the deep, complex flavors of these.
Kids love to help dip the apples in the warm caramel, then roll them in their favorite toppings.
Try them with nuts, candies, crushed graham crackers, or drizzle them with melted chocolate after they've set.
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