Author Archives: Maria Alison

Football Cupcakes

These Football Cupcakes are adorable and delicious! Perfect for tailgating, couchgating, or your kids football game!

Sports fans, rejoice! Football season is upon us. Whether you are your team’s die-hard fan, or someone who still doesn’t know how many points a touchdown is worth: this one’s for you! This sweet treat is sure to be a winner. Read More →

3-Ingredient Slow Cooker Pork Chops

Slow Cooker Pork Chops is a delicious lazy meal. Prep time is next to nothing and the flavors are wonderful.

slow cooker pork chops

If you’re looking for another lazy meal to to add to you meal rotation you’re in the right place. This is a great recipe to prepare when you want an extra yummy hot dinner or for an average weeknight when you know you’ll be busy but still want to feed your family something other than sandwiches. Though this meal takes a while to finish cooking, the prep time is low and the flavors make it worth it! Read More →

Salsa Chili

Salsa chili is the easiest, and simplest chili recipe you will ever make. 4 ingredients and about 10 minutes for the perfect weeknight dinner!

salsa chili I have said time and time again, but I will say it again. I am a LAZY cook. I used to enjoy spending all day in the kitchen but since we added a second kid to the family (who happens to be wild and very time demanding) I don’t have time for that. The goal is to spend minimal time in the kitchen and still have delicious meals to feed my family at the end of the day. We always have chili in the cold seasons, so salsa chili is perfect for only needing to be in the kitchen for a few about 10 minutes. It also doesn’t need to be watched much so if my son is standing on the table and trying to jump 10 feet to the couch I can step away to grab him without worrying about dinner being ruined. Read More →

Pumpkin Streusel Muffins

Moist and tender pumpkin streusel muffins made with real pumpkin and all the warm flavors of fall.

 Pumpkin streusel muffins are one of my favorite recipes to bake in the fall. I am not the type of person who enjoys baking or cooking anything in the morning (I usually just throw some granola bars at the kids with my eyes half open and keep sipping on my store bought iced coffee lol). Even though I am not a morning person at ALL, there is something about baking on a cold fall morning and filling the house with that warm cinnamon and pumpkin smell that is so cozy.  Read More →

Copycat Outback Blooming Sauce

This copycat outback blooming sauce is easy and very simple to make. Using ingredients you probably already have on hand. it is also perfect for dipping with onion rings, wings, mozzarella sticks, baked shrimp, fries, or spread on a burger!  Read More →