Each week I get a set of yummy menus with a shopping list sent by e-mail.  The meals are really enjoyed by my family. The added bonus is that someone is doing all this work for me for free.   All I did was sign up at You’ve Got Supper.  Today, the girls from You’ve Got Supper are here to share 5 Family Faves. I tried the first two recipes and both were hits with my family and  super simple to make.  If you want to make it even easier you can go to the website and type in the recipes and print out a shopping list. I love having the shopping list made for me!



YGS Supper Girls Cook Up…

Five Family Faves

1.  Easy Enchiladas

Saute a swirl of olive oil and ½ cup chopped yellow onion in skillet.  Add 1 lb cooked and chopped chicken, ½ tsp cumin, 3 T cream cheese, and 2 cups of salsa and cook until smooth.  Place mixture down the center of 6 flour tortillas.  Roll and place in greased baking pan.  Top with green taco sauce and shredded Mexican cheese.  Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.


2.  Pizza Roll Ups

Roll out Pillsbury pizza dough to a rectangle.  Top with favorite toppings (mozzarella, pepperoni, spinach).  Tightly roll like a long cylinder, keeping the filling inside.  Tuck in ends.  Coat with olive oil and sprinkle with kosher salt.  Place cylinder, seam side down, on baking sheet and bake at 425 degrees for 12 – 14 minutes.  Let rest.  Slice on the diagonal and serve with pizza sauce on side.


3.  Meatloaf Muffins

Mash 3 slices of torn bread, 2 eggs, ¾ cup milk.  Add 2 lb ground meat, 2 T Worcestershire, 1 T minced garlic and ¼ cup chopped yellow onion.  Spoon into greased muffin tins and bake for 25 – 30 min. at 400 degrees.  Mix together equal parts brown sugar, yellow mustard, and ketchup,  Top each muffin with tsp of sauce.

4.  Easy Meatballs

Sprinkle 1 lb ground meat with Italian seasoning and add 1/3 cup Parmesan cheese, ½ cup Italian breadcrumbs, 1 egg.  Mix and form into golf ball sized meatballs.  Place in sauce pan with 1 jar of sauce.  Let bubble and simmer for 1 – 1 ½ hours.  Serve over pasta (or on sub rolls with provolone the next night).

5.  Ritzy Cracker Chicken

Pound chicken and marinate in Italian dressing for at least a few hours.  Combine equal parts crushed Ritz crackers with Parmesan cheese.  Remove chicken from dressing and dredge in cracker mixture.  Bake chicken on lightly greased cookie sheet for 20 – 30 minutes at 350 degrees.

Richmond moms, Michelle Jenkins and Susan Aprahamian, founded YouveGotSupper.com to provide an online recipe resource for busy moms and others stuck in a recipe rut. For more recipes and a dynamic, categorized grocery list, please go to www.youvegotsuppper.com.

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  1. Thank you for sharing your info. I really appreciate your
    efforts and I am waiting for your further
    post thank you once again.

  2. just signed up for the service! thanks for the great idea and recipes! love your blog! I’m going to link to it tomorrow for Menu Monday.

  3. I tried the pizza roll tonight for our dinner, and it turned out great! Thanks so much for sharing 🙂 It will be in our regular rotation now. I loved how simple yet delicious it was.

  4. Thanks for the nice post Cindy and for all of the nice comments! I hope you guys like the service!

    @Deb, I’m sorry that you got a warning about a virus. We had our IT guy double check and there are no viruses on our site/email! Phew! We are extra sensitive about this and our emails are filter through 2 servers to ensure that the are bug-free. Deb, I think your email provider didn’t like something on our Halloween email. If this happens again, please let me know! Again, thanks so much and happy cooking!!

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