Okay, hear me out, the traditional gooey butter cake is delicious, fantastic, irresistible and all of that. This Funfetti Gooey Butter Cake, though? It is absurd, amazing, knock your socks off, make you slap your momma good. If you have funfetti lovers in your life, make this for them today. They will love you forever for it – I just know it!
Welcome Home Bars are something that my mom started making many years ago, and our family has been in love with them ever since. I have seen these bars a lot with the name magic bars lately. To us though, they will always be known as Welcome Home Bars. These delicious treats take only a few minutes to put together and then just pop them in the oven and enjoy! They have a graham cracker crust, sweetened condensed milk and both peanut butter and chocolate chips. Try this recipe out today!
Molasses cookies are delicious, but one of the worst parts of making them is waiting for the dough to chill. This is an important step for making cookies, because without it the cookies would spread way too much. The beauty of making these Molasses Cookie Bars with Glaze is that they are contained to a baking dish, so spreading is not a concern! These bars only take about 20 minutes from start to finish, and they are great for the holidays!
This Slow Cooker Chicken and Stuffing has juicy and tender chicken, a creamy “gravy” and a delicious stuffing topping. Assembling this takes only a few minutes, and then just set it and forget it. Have this with some fresh vegetables, rice, mashed potatoes or even all on its own.
Somehow, I have convinced myself that calories don’t count around the holidays. I know, this isn’t the healthiest mindset, but one of my favorite parts of this season is baking and enjoying both the process and the finished product with my loved ones. My kids love to help out in the kitchen, and while sometimes that can cause a little additional stress, when I bake things like these cookies, there are smiles all around! These Cake Mix White Chocolate Chip Christmas Cookies are quick, easy, delicious and beautiful. You could really customize them for any holiday by changing up the colors, or just leave them white and they will be just as delicious!
This dish has: Chicken, Bacon, Honey Mustard, Onion, and LOT OF CHEESE. You can make it in less than 30 minutes AND it is made in only one pan. What more do you need to know?! This Cheesy Honey Mustard & Bacon Chicken will remind you of Alice Springs chicken from Outback (add in some mushrooms if that’s your thing!), but it is even easier to make. This is one of those things that you can throw together pretty quickly and everyone will love it. Serve this with almost any side and you will have yourself a fast and scrumptious dinner!
If you were anything like me as a kid, teenager or college student, you could have probably lived off ramen with no problem. I had a very specific process when I made my ramen. I would crush the noodles up while they were still in the packaging, boil the noodles, drain them completely, add the crazy high in sodium seasoning packet and exactly 2 cubes of ice so that I could dig in immediately without 3rd degree burns. A few things may have changed over the years as far as my pallet goes, but I will never be one to turn down some flavorful noodles! This Easy Spicy Chicken Ramen is flavorful, has a little heat and is loaded with fresh and delicious ingredients. The best news is that is only takes about 15 minutes to prepare!
Crock Pot recipes like this one are definitely my saving grace on busy weeknights. Now that the weather is cooling down, I am constantly craving things like this hearty Slow Cooker Beef Stew. With beef, potatoes, carrots and onions, this is a full meal in itself. I love that this is a quick and easy meal to prepare, that there is only one pot to clean up and that it is a delicious meal that everyone will enjoy!
If this isn’t your first visit to Hungry Six, you probably already know that I am absolutely obsessed with anything involving a combination of chocolate and peanut butter. If you do not go crazy for this flavor combo, well you should just skip to the next recipe. Otherwise, these Chocolate Peanut Butter Krispies are right up your alley! This recipe is a decadent twist on classic Rice Krispy Treats. Making these takes only a few minutes, and no oven is necessary!
It’s easy, it’s cheesy and clean up is a breezy! Okay that was pathetic, but I couldn’t resist. This One Dish Mexican Chicken and Rice is quick and simple to throw together and you will only have one pan to clean up when it is all said and done. This is loaded with chicken, rice, corn, cheese and all the flavor you could want. Top this with fresh cilantro and lime, avocado or sour cream and enjoy!