20-Minute Meals? Try 5!

Not that there’s anything wrong with 20 minute dinners! 😉

I actually came across this article from Women’s Health today which has some pretty good sounding recipes for some quick, healthy dinners:  20-Minute Meals.  I might have to try one or two of them out next week!

But on to tonight’s dinner.  It was fabulous, not only because it tasted delicious, but because the only effort it took was to take the pot out of the fridge, and throw it on the stove to heat up!  5 minutes, LOVE IT!

So what’s secretly hiding inside the pot???…

It involves the rest of that leftover turkey I roasted last week….

Still not sure??

Homemade Turkey & Veggie Soup! 😀


This is one of my favorite go-to soups.  It’s quick, easy, and tastes even BETTER with a loaf of fresh, warm bread! 😉  The hubby came home with THIS bag ‘o goodies!

From Panera Bread!!  One of my FAVORITES!  He tried to get a baguette, but they were out, so a sourdough loaf was the next best thing.

Mmmm, look at those veggies & turkey chunks!

Oh, and you know I totally had another piece of bread after this one. 😉

We’re having special friends over tonight!!  And better yet, there’s rumor that there may be ice cream involved! 😛


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