24 Zucchini Recipes; Wondering what to do with all that zucchini? Look no further! Try these recipes for breads, desserts, breakfasts, dinners, and snacks made with zucchini!
I missed Zucchini Day. It just passed me right by.
My apologies, everyone! I’m sure you were waiting with baited breath for the blogging celebration of this overabundant squash.
The truth is, I didn’t think of it initially because I don’t have squash in any variety in my garden this year. But now, I have about a dozen baggies in my freezer, each with 2 cups of shredded zucchini, thanks to a friend.
A recipe for a very easy and delicious chicken dinner.
I know I don’t post dinner recipes very often… okay, never… but even “never” deserves an exception once in a while, right? I made this super yummy roast chicken the other day, and found myself wishing I had taken pictures of it. Then I told myself how weird it was that I really regretted not photographing my dinner. Then I went to the store and bought another chicken so I could do it all over again, with my camera at the ready.
Let me first whet your appetite by telling you that this is the easiest dinner you will ever make. I. Exaggerate. Not. It’s also one of my family’s favorite things to eat. And…? It makes enough leftovers for sandwiches the following day. It’s basically the perfect meal.
I know I pretty much just post desserts and snacks, but last time I made this dinner, I found myself wishing all evening that I had taken photos of it so I could blog about it. The family was thrilled to death with the meal, and frankly, so was I. It was super-duper easy and super-duper delicious. And I had leftovers.
Fortunately for me, I was asked to guest post today, and I figured it was a perfect excuse to post a dinner recipe. So, hop on over to MammyMade and find out why this is the single easiest dinner you will ever make. Seriously. If I’m lyin’, I’m dyin’.
This recipe is so easy, I actually made my 10-year old daughter make dinner. I stood right next to her, taking pictures as she worked, and giving little pieces of advice. She was rather annoyed at me. “I know how to do it, Mom.” Remind me to put her in charge of dinner more often.