Can eating vegetables be fun? Of course! This twice-baked squash recipe is twice the fun! Delicious and easy for both dinner and lunch, this gourd-geous meal will have your whole family eating veggies. Simply slice and bake a spaghetti squash, then scrape out the insides to create the “noodles!” This creative alternative to pasta has few calories and more health benefits. Try it for yourself!
This warm, cozy recipe is perfect for busy, blustery fall days. Made in a slow cooker, these enchilada bowls can simmer all day and be enjoyed after work, school and sports practices. Featuring squash and broccoli, this wholesome twist on the classic Mexican dish is healthy and delicious and makes a wonderful weeknight meal.
Have you ever heard of baked taco cups? When Mindy Lockard was visiting a friend and saw her whip up this recipe, she was excited to try them. These taco cups are easy to make for dinner and—because they store well after they are baked—they also make the perfect lunch. Watch Mindy explain how to make this fun interpretation on conventional tacos, then try them for yourself.
“Hey, mom! What can I have for a snack?” Mindy Lockard has the solution to curb your child’s after-school cravings. These smoothies are easy, delicious and a good way to sneak in nutrients without your kids even knowing it. You can even freeze, then thaw them for convenient breakfasts or your own late-night cravings
Make your Saturday morning breakfast “pop” with these gluten-free popovers. These sweet flakey, buttery treats are fun for everyone! This recipe is made with gluten-free flour and other gluten-free ingredients, but you can always make them with the flour of your choice. Get the recipe and enjoy!
Easy, cheesy and perfect for on-the-go mornings, these egg cups are the best way to get back into the routine of busy school day mornings. Full of protein and flavor, these convenient, savory treats keep the whole family energized.
Did someone say tailgate? You heard that right, football season is upon us! Which means wearing your team’s colors, enjoying your favorite icy cold beverage and, of course, tailgate fare! Mindy Lockard shares a simple-yet-delicious slider recipe that’s great for sharing.
Hang up the phone! There’s no need to call and order a pizza. Instead, revolutionize your family dinner with Mindy Lockard’s grilly good homemade pizzas. This recipe gets everyone involved in the fun and each family member can make their own pizza how they like it (finally, no more arguing over pizza toppings).
Getting picky eaters to experiment with dishes outside their comfort zone can be tricky, but BBQ sauce is a fantastic way to encourage them to try new flavors! Mindy Lockard shows us how to make taste-testing fun and interactive with a trio of homemade sauces – Standard, Sweet, and Spicy. Then use them to make delicious barbecued chicken!
These fun, grab ‘n’ go soup and salad jars make an easy picnic meal or convenient lunches for the whole family. To create a flavorful cold Gazpacho soup, just add fresh vegetables and liquid to mason jars, then shake it! For pasta salad, mix cooked pasta, vegetables and dressing and you’re all set! Store soup and salad jars in the refrigerator until ready to eat. Delicious and convenient!