This was basically the easiest thing I've ever made. I browned some soy meat (for protein) with a small onion, and then added it to the crockpot with a jar of spaghetti sauce, a pack of linguini, various cheese, a few spices, and then another jar of spaghetti sauce. That's it. SO EASY SO GOOD.
The only redeeming thing I can say about this is that I used nonfat Greek yogurt instead of sour cream. But damn is it delish.
This was relatively simple to put together, incredibly yummy, and mostly healthy. It's going in permanent rotation! Seriously tastes like hashbrown casserole . . . spaghetti squash is magic, I tell you. Magic.
This one took about 3 minutes of prep: cut red potatoes into big chunks, loosely chop a head of cabbage into equally big chunks, and throw into the crockpot with olive oil, plenty of balsamic vinegar, and spices. It was simple, nutritious, and had a great flavor.
I made this beauty last night and was so happy with how it turned out! This is another one that took all of 5 minutes to put together. I used a bag of frozen Quorn "chicken" instead of real meat, mixed it with a bag of frozen veggies, two cans of cream of celery soup, and some spices. Bake that mixture for 20 minutes (covered in foil), add canned biscuits to the top, and bake for another 20 minutes (uncovered). Such great comfort food, and other than the biscuits, it's not bad for you! ;)
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