Some of us are born dunkers.
Give us a bowl of soup, and we’ll dunk our crackers. Hand us a mug of milk, and we’ll dunk the nearest cookie. Place a crock of Cheese and Broccoli Dip within arm’s reach, and we’ll dunk whatever’s handy—tortilla chips, pita wedges, raw veggies, our fingers… Continue Reading...
Still trying to figure out what to do with all that leftover turkey? How about making Hot Turkey Sandwiches?
We just love this recipe because we usually have the ingredients in our kitchen already. Plus, when we use leftover turkey from a previous meal, this recipe takes very little prep time. We just do a little chopping, combine all the ingredients, and let the slow cooker work its magic.
The sandwich is extra cheesy and full of crunchy texture from the celery and onions. It’s just perfect for lunch or a light supper. We like to serve our sandwiches with Tortellini Caesar Salad and Sugar Cookies.
We just can’t help but gobble up the meal (haha).
We love to dig into a bowl of chips and dip on Sunday afternoons when we’re watching the big game on TV, especially when the dip is warm and cheesy with a bit of kick to it.
This Mexican Chip Dip Olé is chocked full of zip thanks to the green chilies and jalapeno peppers (don’t like that much kick in your dip? Cut back on the chilies a bit).
We brown the ground turkey and onion in a skillet before throwing it in the slow cooker with the rest of the ingredients. Sure it’s an extra step but that caramelized meat and onion adds such great flavor to this snack. Often we brown a larger quantity of turkey all at once, stick portions of the meat in freezer bags, and store them in the freezer. That way, we can skip the first step of browning the meat next time we make this dip in our slow cooker. It’s already done!
Now, that big ol’ block of Velveeta doesn’t always get that much respect, but it does add a lovely creamy, cheesiness to a dip like this one. Honestly, we could barely stop eating this dip when we first made it a couple of weeks ago. It is just one of those delicious guilty pleasures we all need occasionally.