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  1. Quick and Easy Dinner Recipes

Quick and easy – those are the two main criteria that I look for in a recipe…. if it tastes good and 4 out of 5 people in my household will eat it and not complain too much then that is what I like to call a BONUS! Each one of these easy dinner recipes are on my “to do” list to try out (as soon as I have all of my kids back from camp and before our school activity schedule gets in to full swing – so I think I may have about 3 weeks to try them out!)  Stay tuned for reviews, but until then… let me know what YOU think and if you have any other great quick and easy dinner recipes!!!

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Quick and Easy Dinner Recipes

One Pot Easy Chili Recipe by Princess Pinky Girl

The easiest one pot chili recipe

Slow Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup from Cooked by Rachel

slow cooker chicken tortilla

Mini Chicken Pot Pies from Betty Crocker

mini chicken pot pies

30 Minute Korean Beef with Toasted Sesame Rice from Half Baked Harvest

Korean Beef and Toasted Sesame Rice

Slow Cooker Shredded Beef Tacos from Gimme Some Oven

slow cooker shredded beef tacos

Chicken Parmesan Baked Skillet from Tracey’s Culinary Advertures

chicken parmesan baked skillet

Chicken Parmesan French Breads from Bev Cooks

chicken parmesan french bread

Firecracker Chicken from Damn Delicious 

firecracker chicken

Garlic Chicken and Broccoli Pasta from Princess Pinky Girl

pasta

Pizzadilla from Plain Chicken

pizzadilla

Taco Spaghetti from So How’s it Taste

Taco Spaghetti

I’ve got TONS of easy recipes for you! Try some of my easy desserts!!

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Jennifer Fishkind

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Jenn is a mom to three beautiful boys, wife to an amazing husband, social influencer and blogger. I love all things easy recipes, easy crafts, all things hacks, traveling EVERYWHERE and feeding my Pinterest addiction!

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  1. I love things I can reinvent from leftovers. I make extra taco meat and a little more water, then use it a few nights later for taco spaghetti (boil noodles, drain add taco meat, cheese, sour cream and anythong else you want and toss). Slow cooker lasagna is another. Just make extra spaghetti sauce with meat and store in the fridge. Layer in sloe cooker starting with sauce then noodles (uncooked) then sauce, cheese then sauce again until youhave about 1-1 1/2 cups left of sauce. Add some water to thin the sauce. Have top layer finish with noodle, pour thinned sauce over the top of eeverythingg, top with cheese and cook for 2-3 hours on high for 2 – 2 1/2 hours or low for 4-5 hours. Time will vary per crock pot

  2. Great recipes. Just thought you should know that the link for the recipe for the 30 Minute Korean Beef with Toasted Sesame Rice directs to the recipe for Chicken Parmesan French Breads.

  3. Some of these look amazing! I want to try the mini chicken pot pies. Like yesterday. Working mom of 6 here. I have a couple of not-quite-enough leftovers solutions. The day after spaghetti, I mix in pepperoni, mozzarella, and some red pepper flakes. Top with more mozz and bake. The day after tacos, I make cornbread, spread the leftover taco meat and some cheddar and bake for taco pie. That’s one of my husband’s favorites. If I have part of a pot of beans left but not enough to feed everyone, I brown some ground beef, add some water, bouillon, and whatever seasonings sound good and make beef and bean soup.

    1. Wow – you had me at working mom of 6th!!! Amazing that you can even get dinner on the table! I truly think that deserves a trophy every day!! Seriously, thanks for your ideas!! I love the day after spaghetti – I will for sure give that a try!!!