Chicken Enchilada Soup - this was surprisingly good, and really easy. Not at all spicy, which suits the little ones, it's easily spiced up with some Frank's Hot Sauce in individual bowls. We're all about being flexible.
Spaghetti Casserole - I'd been meaning to make this for ages. It's really easy to make a double batch and freeze one, and worth it - so. good. The cream cheese layer is masterful, and who doesn't like french fried onions (everyone here does, not that I'm judging).
Baked French Toast - I've put this together twice, and the second time Toby helped, he was so supportive of having this for breakfast. It's pretty easy, uses up your leftover bread that you keep stashed in the freezer (or am I the only one who does that?), and even though the recipe calls for sourdough bread, I have yet to use that - it's been honey wheat ends and hot dog rolls here. Still excellent. Oh, this was funny - Toby happened to see the website the recipe is on and asked, "Is this Mormon food?" No dear, a Mormon website with Pioneer Woman food. It's all good.
Chocolate-Coconut Bars - these were so good. Makes plenty, good stand-in for packed-lunch granola bars and you can keep 'em in the fridge. Just a little bit of dessert at lunch, and you don't even need to wait for the Girls Scouts to come a-knockin'.
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