6 Easy Dinner Recipes You Haven’t Tried

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Every Time I Make These, My Kids Lick Their Plates Clean!

It’s the flu season again, and this year it has turned our life upside down. Everyone in our family has been more or less unconscious over the last few weeks. So far, the bug hasn’t reached me (knock on wood), which is great because I have been trying to hold everything together! It’s not always easy to take care of your sick kids, while trying to work from home, and serve dinner to anyone who still has an appetite. Thank goodness I have a bunch of easy dinner recipes I always turn to, when I need to cook something super tasty with very little effort.

These are some of the recipes I have been making lately, and I guarantee they are scrumptious! If a 5-year-old, feverish child with a runny nose wants a second serving, I think it’s safe to say the food is good, haha!

These comforting, easy dinner recipes have been true lifesavers, and I am actually making #3 tonight (a steaming hot bowl of savory soup will make anyone feel better in an instant, right?) If you’ve tried some of these recipes already, I’d love to know which one was your favorite. So don’t forget to leave a comment below!

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I don’t know why these recipes are put on the UK web site as most of the ingredients we can’t get here…..I must say thought that they all look delicious

All those ingredients are found here… who care the name of your eggs, butter, flour, starch, sauce etc…it is just a name.

I don’t think you have to use the brand names specified. If you can find, for instance, tomato soup, just buy the brand you can find. Doesn’t have to be Campbell’s.

I don’t like pasta dishes. But my fat does so I make them but tomato soup has enough sugar in it that I would eliminate the tesp.oc sugar that you add. I also use sea st, not Norton any flavor salt. Ionized or plain. Noodles in my day and pasta where never used simultaneously. Pasta is made from a different kind of grain than noodles. It states so on the package. I use noodles to combine with beef or chicken, some mix it with pork but in my opinion the pork used mostly is a bit greasy. I know I probably sound picky but my Mother made our tomato soup without the sugar and we four ragamuffins loved it. I believe to much of our food supply contains way more sugar than we need. Diabetics do without all that sugar and we should as well. I guess at 80 I’m a little more opinionated than some of your other readers.

Then make it to your liking. These easy recipes are for people with little spare time and need quick dinners. You don’t have to eat it every night. How condescending.

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