Tips for Quick and Easy Holiday Entertaining

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Sam’s Club. The opinions and text are all mine

When I was contacted about working with Sam’s Club on a holiday entertaining post I instantly knew that I wanted to share some tips for quick and easy holiday entertaining.

This time of year it is easy to get wrapped up in getting everything right, but the reality is that nothing is picture perfect. You can only do so much, especially this time of year.

I love cooking, baking, and entertaining, but the reality is life is busy. We want to serve delicious quality food, without a lot of time and effort. One of the things I have learned over the years is that people come together not just for the food, but for each other.

It is easy to spend so much of your time preparing for a holiday party or meal that you end up missing out on the actual party or meal. No one wants that to happen. We gather together to see each. Yes, good food is important, but the more important part is sharing time with family and friends. So today I am sharing a few tips for quick and easy holiday entertaining.

Keep A Well Stocked Pantry and Fridge

This time of year I love to keep a well stocked pantry and fridge full of ingredients I can use for holiday recipes. Sugar, flour, cocoa, chocolate, chicken broth, potatoes, cheese, crackers, bread, and deli meats are all ingredients that can be used to put together quick and easy holiday dishes. I also like to keep soups, meatballs, and cookies in the freezer to bring out for a last minute dish if I need one.

Make Simple Meat and Cheese Trays

One of my favorite things to do for a quick holiday meal or party is to put together a simple meat and cheese tray. It is so easy to slice up different kinds of cheese and meat and place them on a nice platter or tray. Serve it with bread or crackers and you have a simple holiday appetizer or snack. And I grew up in Oregon, so I love Tillamook Cheese. I was thrilled when my Sam’s Club started selling it a few years ago. They sell all kinds of cheese at Sam’s Club, but I love getting Tillamook Cheese.

Fruit and Vegetable Trays

Some of my favorite things to buy at Sam’s Club are the fruit and vegetables. During the holidays they are perfect for slicing up and serving on a platter or tray. Simple and delicious. They also go great with meat and cheese trays.

Save Time By Buying Premade

I love cooking and baking, but the reality is I don’t always have time. When that happens I like to save time by buying premade items. Yes, I can make a delicious homemade pie, but there is nothing wrong with buying a premade one either. The same goes for cookies and cakes. Yes, you can make homemade, but if you don’t have time, buy one and place it on a nice platter or pie plate and call it good.

Use Your Crock Pot

This is a simple one, but one we often overlook. Use your crock pot. My crock pot is one of my favorite kitchen tools especially this time of year. I cook in it, but I also use it to keep food warm.

A crock pot full of soup, either store bought or homemade soup, is perfect for a simple holiday meal or party. It is also great for those times when your family and friends may be coming and going at different times. Everyone loves soup. Cook them or heat a ready made one in your crock pot. Add some bread and a fruit or vegetable tray and everyone can eat whenever they want to.

I also love to keep mashed potatoes warm in my crock pot. This works great for large holiday dinners when you are trying to cook everything up at once. You can make you mashed potatoes a few hours ahead of time and place them in the crock pot to keep warm.

Meatballs are another great recipe for keeping warm in the crock pot. They make a great appetizer or meal. I recently found some fully cooked gluten free meatballs at Sam’s Club that my family loved. I will definitely be keeping some on hand for the holidays.

Try Not To Stress About Getting It All Perfect

The holidays are a time to enjoy with family and friends. Don’t stress about getting it all perfect. Don’t be afraid to keep it simple. Focus on your family and friends and the rest will be just fine!

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Casserole Crockpot and Recipes for Using It

Casseole Crockpot

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Over the next few weeks I am going to share some of my favorite kitchen tools. They are things I love and use all the time. They all make great gifts and won’t cost a fortune to buy. Today we are starting with the Crock-Pot Casserole Slow Cooker.

I have mentioned before how much I love this slow cooker. I use it all the time. It doesn’t replace my regular Crock Pot. I still use my regular one all the time too.

The casserole slow cooker is just a great addition to the crock pot I already have. And that should be a great addition to the crock pots, as in more than one, because I own a few crock pots.

Casserole Crock Pot Apple

I love the Crock-Pot Casserole Slow Cooker and have used it to cook everything from Mexican casseroles to apple crisp.

Sam's Club 3

For a recent dinner at church I simply took a bag of premade meatballs and cooked them in the casserole slow cooker for several hours on low. It made for a quick and easy dish to take.

One of the things that I love about the Crock-Pot Casserole Slow Cooker is the shape. It is more the shape of a casserole dish instead of the traditional round or oval shape that most slow cookers have.

The shape helps food look better. Slow cooked food is not normally pretty food. The casserole slow cooker helps that because it makes it appear more casserole like.

Crock Pot Beef and Beans Casserole

I also like how it cooks. This is not a cook all day type of crock pot. I think you could do that, but in general this is a cook for a few hours type of crock pot.

When I adapt regular crock pot recipes for the casserole crock pot I usually take off an hour or two depending on what it is.

For casseroles, enchiladas, and things like that I find that most cook fine in 3-4 hours. I love this because it allows me to put together a meal in the afternoon and have it ready at dinner time.

There are some days where I want to put dinner in the crock pot at 8 am and have it cook all day, but there are also days where I don’t have time to put dinner into the crock pot until 1 in the afternoon. The casserole crock pot works great for days like that.

crock pot mashed potatoes

Last year during the holidays I loved using it for mashed potatoes. It is a great way to make your potatoes ahead and keep them warm until the rest of your meal is ready.

Over the last year I have made quite a few things in my casserole crock pot and I am sure I will keep discovering ways I love to use it. I will try to update the list below as I try and adapt recipes for it.

Here are a few of my favorite ways so far to use my Crock-Pot Casserole Slow Cooker 

Mexican Pork Chops- decrease cooking time by 1 – 2 hours

Crock Pot Baked Potatoes- I have made these both foil wrapped and without the foil. Both work great. I usually cook them for 5 hours on low in the casserole crock pot.

Nacho Cheese Casserole- This works great in a regular crock pot or a casserole crock pot

Chicken Legs- I have cooked all kinds of chicken legs in this crock pot and it works great. 5-6 hours on low is what it usually takes.

Beef and Beans Casserole- Works great in both a regular crock pot and the casserole crock pot.

Enchiladas or Enchilada Casseroles- These work great and we love them in the casserole crock pot, just keep in mind that the cheese does not crisp up like in the oven.

Potatoes and Sausage- This takes about 6 hours on low. I use the same basic recipe as in the oven. The texture is slightly different, but it is really good.

Crisps and Cobblers- I have made several crisps like this crock pot apple crisp in my casserole crock pot and they all worked great. The topping does not crisp up quite like the oven, but we still like it.

Mashed Potatoes- I love to keep mashed potatoes warm in the crock pot. I usually add a little extra liquid and butter when mashing them, but besides that I just keep my regular mashed potatoes warm using it.

Meatballs- I love cooking meatballs in this. Meatballs are one of my favorite things to keep in the freezer for last minute meals. This is an easy way to cook them.

 If you have a casserole crock pot I would love to hear what you like cooking in it. 

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Menu Plan {Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving Leftovers}

Weekly Menu Plan

Thanksgiving is on Thursday which means turkey in on the menu plan for most of us. That means we will hopefully have some turkey leftovers. I love leftover turkey because it is so easy to use in soups and recipes that I normally use chicken in. So this week’s menu plan has several recipes perfect for using leftover turkey.

I also put some quick and easy recipes on the plan. Wednesday and Thursdays will involve a lot of cooking so the rest of the week I am keeping it simple.

Here is the plan.


Chocolate Chip Coconut Granola

Chocolate Chip Coconut Granola

baked pumpkin oatmeal

Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal

Cinnamon Roll Baked Oatmeal_

Cinnamon Roll Baked Oatmeal


Chili Relleno Casserole- Quick and Easy Dinner

Chili Relleno Casserole

Beef Enchilda Rice -Casserole-

Beef Enchilada Rice Casserole


Breakfast Bowls- breakfast for dinner

gluten free gravy -

Turkey, mashed potatoes, and gluten free gravy


Chicken Enchilada Soup- I will use leftover turkey

Chicken Pot Pie

Chicken Pot Pie- I will use leftover turkey. ( I don’t make this recipe often, but I love to make it occasionally)

Dessert Of The Week

Pumpkin Pie Squares from

Pumpkin Pie Squares

Pumpkin Dump Cake without Cake Mix

Pumpkin Dump Cake without Cake Mix

For more menu planning ideas see Menu Planning Mondays.

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Gluten Free Menu Plan

Gluten Free Meal Plan

This week I am featuring a few gluten free Thanksgiving ideas and some ways to use those turkey leftovers. Here is the plan.

I made notes next to the ingredients that need to be gluten free, but as always read labels to be sure the ingredients are safe for your family.



Baked Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Oatmeal Muffins

Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Pumpkin Muffins- Use gluten free oats

Easy Gluten-Free Pumpkin Waffles

Gluten Free Pumpkin Waffles


Apple Bacon Cheese Frittata__

Apple, Bacon, Cheese, Frittata

Easy Migas_

Easy Migas

Stuffed Pepper Casserole

Stuffed Pepper Casserole

gluten free gravy__

Turkey, Mashed Potatoes, and Gluten Free Gravy

Quick and Easy Chicken and Rice Soup from

Gluten Free Chicken and Rice Soup- You can use turkey

Slow Cooked Copycat Chicken Tortilla Soup_

Chicken Enchilada Soup- You can use turkey and be sure to use gf enchilada sauce

Gluten Free Dessert of the Week

Gluten Free Pumpkin Dump Cake without cake mix

Gluten Free Pumpkin Dump Cake without Cake Mix

Gluten Free Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls

Gluten Free Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls

For more menu planning ideas see Menu Planning Mondays.

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Updating Recipes, Rainy Day, New Picture, Flannel Shirts, and My About Me Page {Everyday Adventures 54}

Once again I have a little bit of everything for you for this week’s Everyday Adventures.

Rainy Day

My family thinks I am a little crazy but some of my favorite runs are on rainy cool fall days like we had this week. I think this means part of me will always love and miss Oregon. And I think you might have to be born and raised in Oregon to truly love and miss the cool rainy days. 

Cooking Light

I enjoyed this Cooking Light magazine for some fun reading one evening this week.

I am working on updating my about me page. I have not updated it in several years and it is long past time to update it. I have started on it, but need to do some more work.

The picture of me on that page was when I had a little shorter hair and it was curly. Well, my hair is still very wavy/curly, I just don’t wear it that way very often. For those that have not read my post on it, my hair totally changed after I went gluten free. You can read about it here.

After spending most of my life with pretty straight hair, except the really bad perm I had in 8th grade, I like my hair better straight and wear it that way the majority of the time. It was long past time for a new picture for my blog and social media.

I had my daughter take a few pictures of me on in our backyard.


I told my husband and daughter that I was not sure it was going to work for what I wanted and that we needed to take some more. My husband said it was fine. I said something like but I am not dressed up and the background is not right.

He basically said something like it is you. That is what you wear the majority of the time. And we live in the country. That is what it looks like. Our yard and field are not perfect. It is the country. That is a great picture of you and your life. He said to use it.

I am not sure I agree that it is a great picture and I am not sure I will leave it for long, but it is much better than the last picture I had up. And I know he is right. It is me. We live in the country and jeans and a t-shirt or flannel shirt are pretty much what I wear 99% of the time. That picture is a pretty good look at me and my life.

And can we just talk about flannel shirts for a minute. You might have noticed that they are all over the stores right now. According to my friend Jen they are the in thing right now.

I told my daughters and a few friends that I guess I was in before it was in. :-) I have been wearing and loving flannel shirts for years. My kids call them my Oregon shirts, not because they came from Oregon, but my kids think that they look like what a good portion of the people in the town I grew up in wear.

I have some Eddie Bauer flannel shirts that I have had for quite a few years. I bought a few new ones this year, since they are everywhere. Old Navy had some good deals and I found some in a woman’s tall sizes, how could I not buy some new ones to add to my collection.

But I guess I did not realize they were not the in thing the last few years. Don’t they sell flannel shirts every year? Do flannel shirts ever really ever go out of style. :-)

Leg Warmers

Speaking of things going out of style… I saw these when I was out shopping last week. There are some things, okay many things, from the 1980’s that should NEVER come back in style. I am really thinking leg warmers are one of them! They are definitely one of those things I look back at and think what were we thinking… I saw them in stores, but have yet to see anyone wearing them. I am hoping they are a trend that just does not catch on again.

Black Bean Soup

I have been working on updating some of the recipes in my archives. This bean soup is one of them. My kids informed me that some things just don’t photograph well. I think bean soup is one of them. Although I have to admit that that new picture is much better than the one I shared in 2009.

My broccoli soup is another one that is hard to photograph.

Broc Soup

I don’t know how many times I have tried to get a better picture of it. I am thinking the old photo of my version of Panera’s Broccoli Soup might actually be better than the new one.

Gr Beef Stir Fry

I think I did manage to get a better picture of my ground beef stir fry though. This one was taken on my i-phone, but the ones on my camera turned out great. I have also changed what I do on the ground beef stir fry a little and will share the updated version soon. I like the new version much better. I can’t wait to share it.

I hope you had a good week and have a great weekend!

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Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bars


It is the time of year where everyone is sharing pumpkin recipes. They are all over the internet and Pinterest. Don’t get me wrong, I love pumpkin, but pumpkin doesn’t belong in everything. There are some things that would be better without the pumpkin.

The overwhelming amount of pumpkin recipes out there is why I almost did not share this recipe with you. I made it several weeks ago and my family loved it, but I was not sure if I wanted to share it because I figured you all might be getting a little tired of pumpkin recipes.

Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bars-

The recipe was really good and easy though so I thought it was worth sharing.

The recipe actually came from an old Everday Food Magazine. If you are not familiar with the magazine it was put out by the editors of Martha Stewart Living. I think it was published from 2003 to 2012 or so. I really liked the magazine. It was like Martha Stewart, but for everyday people and cooking.

This recipe caught my attention because it is so easy to make. It is kind of like a pumpkin cake without the frosting. Or like a pumpkin muffin, but made in a pan. These were really good and my kids loved them.

I made them gluten free by using Bob’s Red Mill 1 to 1 gluten free flour blend and it worked great.

Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bars

Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bars
Recipe type: Dessert
Chocolate chips and pumpkin go together so well in this easy pumpkin dessert.
  • 2 cups flour ( I used Bob's Red Mill 1 to 1 gluten free flour blend)
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • ¾ teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup butter, softened to room temperature
  • 1¼ cups sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 1 cup canned pumpkin puree
  • 1- 12 ounce package semi sweet chocolate chips
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Grease a 9x13 pan and set aside.
  3. In a bowl mix together flour, cinnamon, baking soda, and salt. Set aside.
  4. Cream butter and sugar until smooth.
  5. Add egg and vanilla and mix until combined.
  6. Add in pumpkin. Mixture may appear curdled, but it is fine.
  7. Slowly mix in dry ingredients just until combined.
  8. Fold in chocolate chips.
  9. Bake for 35-40 minutes.
  10. Cool and cut into squares.
  11. If you would like to be able to easily remove these from the pan and cut into prettier squares line the pan with parchment paper before spreading the batter into the pan. Bake and let cool completely. Life cake from pan and cut into squares..


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Cheesy Stuffing

Cheesy Stuffing

When it comes to sharing Thanksgiving recipes with you I have kind of neglected things this year. The last few weeks have been busy and developing and trying new recipes has been put aside for tried and true family favorites.

In the last couple of weeks we made a quick trip to Texas. My 15 year old daughter had a severe and rare allergic reaction that involved several doctors appointments and a lot of stress. Then both my girls had their wisdom teeth removed, which is a pretty standard procedure, but still not fun.

Add on to that it is hunting season in Oklahoma. Which I love and don’t love at the same time. If you have hunters in your family you know what I mean. All three kids and my husband hunt. Some days, ok many days, especially the weekends, are scheduled around hunting.

And we have a birthday this week as well.

So my mind has not been on Thanksgiving. In fact, I can’t believe it is next week. My mind is just having trouble getting into the Thanksgiving mood.

Thankfully we are having a pretty quiet Thanksgiving this year and as far as recipes I think I will stick with family favorites that I have been making for years.

That is except for this cheesy stuffing. This cheesy stuffing will definitely be on the menu this year!

Cheesy Stuffing-

This recipe is inspired by a recipe I saw from Tillamook Cheese last week. I love cheese, especially Tillamook Cheese. I am an Oregon girl after all. Tillamook cheese is my favorite. So when I saw their recipe for grilled cheese stuffing, I knew I had to give something like it a try.

I needed a side dish for dinner one night and knew it was a perfect time to try making the cheesy stuffing.

The recipe was a pretty basic dressing/stuffing recipe. They changed it up though by using grilled cheese sandwiches for the bread part. Yes, grilled cheese sandwiches.

I know it sounds weird, but it is brilliant!

Making grilled cheese sandwiches gives you bread that is nice and toasted. It keeps the texture of the bread perfect in the stuffing. And the cheese layered in between the bread is so good. Yes, you could just stir grated cheese into a stuffing recipe, but this is different.

When you make a grilled cheese sandwich there is a lot of cheese. And it is layered between the bread. When  you bake it the cheese melts and is perfect balance of bread and cheese.

Yes, making a grilled cheese sandwiches takes extra work just to cut it up and put it into stuffing, but it is worth it.

I followed the basic idea that they shared, but changed it up slightly. The main thing I did was to increase the amount of bread and cheese. I don’t like soggy dressing. Looking at the recipe I was afraid that is what I would end up with, so I made sure to change the ratio of bread to liquid.

What I ended up with was delicious!

Neither my husband or I are big dressing/stuffing eaters. We both can easily do without it at Thanksgiving. This stuffing though is one we both loved. My husband said this was so good that he would gladly eat this at times other than Thanksgiving.

The cheese really makes it a delicious side dish perfect for Thanksgiving or any day.

Cheesy Stuffing

Cheesy Stuffing
A fun twist on a classic dish.
  • 6 grilled cheese sandwiches, cooked until nicely browned and cheese is melted, I used gluten free bread
  • 2 tablespoons oil
  • 1 onion, diced
  • 1 cup sliced mushrooms
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup chicken broth
  • ½ teaspoon seasoning salt
  • ¼ - ½ cup shredded cheddar cheese
  1. Preheat oven to 325.
  2. Cut sandwiches into cubes about ¾ inch thick. Set aside.
  3. In a pan heat oil. Add onion and cook until onion is slightly tender.
  4. Add mushrooms to the pan and cook until mushrooms are tender and onion is slightly browned.
  5. In a large bowl mix together egg, chicken broth, and seasoning salt.
  6. Add mushroom mixture to broth mixture. Mix well.
  7. Carefully stir in sandwich cubes and stir just to combine well.
  8. Spread into an 8x8 or 9x9 pan.
  9. Bake for 40 minutes. Sprinkle grated cheese on top and bake for 5 more minutes or until cheese is melted.


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Peach Dump Cake without Cake Mix

Peach Dump Cake without Cake Mix

Most of you are probably familiar with the popular dump cake recipe. I have shared several versions of it of the last few weeks.

My mom has made the peach dump cake version for years. In fact, I did not know it was called dump cake until I was an adult. We always just called it peach cobbler.

I recently saw a recipe on Epicurious for a homemade cake mix. The recipe was basic, but caught my attention because they used it in a dump cake like dessert. My mind instantly went to work figuring out how I could make this work with the versions of dump cake that I had been making for years.

Peach Dump Cake without a Cake Mix

With a little experimenting and tweaking I came up with several versions that my family loves. So far I have shared a gluten free peach dump cake without cake mix, a pumpkin dump cake without cake mix, and a gluten free pumpkin dump cake without cake mix. Today I am sharing a regular peach dump cake without cake mix.

Some of you may be wondering why I wouldn’t just use a cake mix. Well, you can. That is how most people make it, but if you have read the ingredients on a cake mix you know it contains all kinds of things. This is not exactly healthy, but at least I know what is in it.

I also don’t always have a cake mix on hand. And since several in my family eat gluten free, I like to make gluten free versions of dump cake. Gluten free cake mixes work, but they are expensive and hard to find. A homemade gluten free dump cake is much easier.

And really can I just ask who named it dump cake? I am guessing it comes from the fact that you basically dump everything into a pan, but still the name dump cake sounds so unappetizing.

Don’t let the name fool you though. Dump cakes are easy and delicious! If you have never tried one you need to.

Peach Dump Cake without a Cake Mix-

Peach Dump Cake without Cake Mix
Recipe type: Dessert
The classic dump cake recipe, but without the cake mix. It is so easy and so good!
  • 1¼ cups flour
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 2- 29 ounce cans sliced peaches, undrained
  • ¾ cup butter, melted
  1. In a bowl whisk together the flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.
  2. Place peaches and juice in a 9x13 pan.
  3. Sprinkle with flour mixture until evenly spread over the pan.
  4. Drizzle melted butter on top.
  5. Shake pan slightly to distribute butter and allow some of the flour mixture to sink into the peaches.
  6. Bake at 350 degrees for 45-50 minutes or until top is lightly browned.
  7. Serve with ice cream or whipped cream if desired.


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Menu Plan { 5 Ingredient Burritos, Oven Omelet, Oven Grilled Cheese, and More}

Weekly Menu Plan

I can’t believe that it is the middle of November and Thanksgiving is almost here. It will be the end of the year before we know it.

Here is this week’s menu plan.


Chex Granola Bars

Chex Granola Bars and Yogurt

Cinnamon Roll Baked Oatmeal 2

Cinnamon Roll Baked Oatmeal

Homemade Chex Granola

Homemade Chex Granola


Oven Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

Oven Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

Easy 5 Ingredient Burritos-

5 Ingredient Burritos

Beef Enchilada Rice Casserole-

Beef Enchilada Rice Casserole

5 Ingredient Oven Omelet--

5 Ingredient Oven Omelet

Sausage Nachos

Sausage Nachos

Crock Pot Tomato Soup

Crock Pot Tomato Soup

Dessert Of The Week

Pumpkin Dump Cake without the Mix

Pumpkin Dump Cake without Cake Mix

For more menu planning ideas see Menu Planning Mondays.

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Gluten Free Menu Plan {Gluten Free Cinnamon Rolls, Chicken Oven Tacos, Steak Fried Rice, and More}

Gluten Free Meal Plan

I made notes next to the ingredients that need to be gluten free, but as always read labels to be sure the ingredients are safe for your family.



Peanut Butter Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies

Peanut Butter Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies- Use gluten free oatmeal

smoothie mix

Homemade Smoothie Mix

baked pumpkin oatmeal

Pumpkin Baked Oatmeal- Use gluten free oatmeal


Slow Cooked Pulled Pork with Mexican Coleslaw

Slow Cooked Pulled Pork with Mexican Coleslaw

Chicken and Black Bean-Oven-Tacos

Chicken Oven Tacos- Be sure the taco shells and taco seasoning are gluten free

Steak Fried Rice

Steak Fried Rice- Use gluten free soy sauce

Slow Cooked Sausage Potato Corn Soup

Slow Cooked Sausage Potato Soup- Make sure your chicken broth and sausage are gluten free


Slow Cooked Chili without Beans

Oven Pancake

Oven Pancakes

Gluten Free Dessert of the Week

Gluten Free Cinnamon Roll

Gluten Free Cinnamon Rolls

For more menu planning ideas see Menu Planning Mondays.

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