• Jayde Baumeister

Happy Tuesday!


I’m doing something a bit different this week by posting a recipe my family actually will not eat. However, I LOVE a good meatloaf and I know there has to be others out there that do as well, so here goes!!



This isn’t really a super quick weeknight meal like I usually post either, however, prep time isn’t bad. It will take you 20 minutes or so to prep and it will just be your cook time that is over an hour, so something perfect to throw together and put in the oven early while you tend to other evening chores.


I hope I have some fellow meatloaf lovers out there and that you enjoy this delicious version!!




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  • Jayde Baumeister


It’s time for another quick and easy weeknight supper! Stuffed bell peppers: who doesn’t love them? My kids don’t necessarily love the pepper part, but they will eat the inside. I always make sure to include a side they will enjoy as well. These peppers are so incredibly easy, and I can give you a few hacks as well to make it even easier.


First of all, traditionally I see most stuffed peppers being green, but I use the fun colors. I love yellow peppers best personally, so I usually grab one of each color. You can absolutely use whichever color you prefer. My kids aren’t eating the pepper anyway, so I go for pretty colors in my pan. Speaking of the pan, I use a 9x13 Pyrex and I take foil and make little foil bowls to set the peppers down in, so they don’t fall over and make a mess during baking. That’s definitely not a necessity, but I like to do it in case one was to fall as well as it makes clean up easier also…


I also use minute rice. I can stick it in the microwave when I see the meat is about done and its warm and ready to go into the mixture. Again, use whatever you prefer, I just don’t have time for all the steps most days!!


Hope you enjoy this week’s recipe!








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This week we’re serving up stir fry. It is so simple and so delicious. I’m sure by now y'all have noticed a trend with my cooking; simple & easy. So, this one is no different!



There are several little hacks that you can use to make it even easier. If I’m in a hurry, and have it on hand, I will use frozen stir fry vegetables instead of actually chopping up fresh bell peppers. I like to keep bags of the frozen bell peppers and onions on hand for a quicker and easier stir fry because I don’t always have the time and I also don’t always have the fresh produce! So, frozen will be just as good.


Also, I have used beef stew meat for this recipe as well. Again, if I’m in a hurry and don’t have time to mess with cutting up the meat, I will grab something on hand already cut up!


This one really doesn’t take much time and its full of flavor…Let it simmer a little longer if needed to really soak up the sauce and serve over rice!


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