As you start your New Year, I thought you might like to check out some of the most-viewed recipes from 2012. All are frugal, and are are family-approved! I’m glad to see that food posts are so popular at MoneywiseMoms, since and I love food myself.
Pineapple Pork Chops: This is one of the most-viewed pages on my site ever, it seems like many families like their pork this way!
Mini Broccoli Quiches: I make these to freeze for later, but they always seem to get eaten before they get there!
Crockpot Teriyaki Chicken: This is an easy, slow cooker recipe that kids love.
Crustless Italian Spinach Pie: This is a real family favorite of ours! If you prefer, pour the mixture into a prepared pie crust.
Chicken Caesar Casserole: This is easy to double-up and put half in the freezer for another night. Yum!
Chicken Fajitas in the DCB: If you have a Pampered Chef covered baker, this is an easy fajitas recipe. One of my goals this year is to get a repertoire of 10 DCB meals I can use in my rotation, so look for more as I find them.
Homemade Calzones: We’ve really enjoyed these, eitehr with traditional pizza ingredients or just with cheese & broccoli. So much healthier than any frozen food, and the kids like to help make them.
Gluten-Free Broccoli Rice Casserole: Not just for GF-eaters, this casserole is made with real food instead of “cream of” soup.
Find even more recipes in my Recipe Index. Happy eating!