I am super busy, working 40 hours a week as a Project Manager in addition to blogging, homeschooling, and attempting to do something along the lines of keeping up a home. I don’t say this to brag about my busy-ness or to say that I’m busier than you, because I expect that you’re just as […]
Several times over the last few years, Joe and I have tried to switch to whole grain pasta. There are so many reasons to switch. Whole grains are healthier in general. The USDA’s MyPlate guidelines recommend making at least half of your grains whole grains. Whole grains contain more fiber than processed grains, and there […]
I’m seeing zucchini recipes everywhere lately. I love seeing how other people use them during this time of year when they’re coming out our ears. We’ve eaten enough zucchini this summer to make us green. Zucchini eggs. Zucchini muffins. Zucchini cake. Cheese stuffed zucchini. Chicken and cheese stuffed zucchini. Zucchini with pasta and chicken. Pasta […]
The last time we went to the beach, we came home to a dead garden. It had been quite hot during the week we were gone, and the plants simply baked. We wanted to keep our fledgling garden alive when we went to the beach this year, especially in light of the dozens of tomato […]
We eat this baked ravioli for dinner on many weeknights. It’s a quick and easy meal that can be tossed together and thrown in the oven in under ten minutes. It takes a half hour to cook, and we can spend that time playing with Gracie while it’s in the oven.
It’s comfort food, it’s delicious, and it’s fairly healthy.quick and easy baked ravioli
What’s not to love?
Quick and Easy Baked Ravioli
When I was a freshman in college, the cafeteria in the student union building served the most magnificent garden lasagna. The cafeteria was shut down during a renovation of the building, and it reopened as a fast food taco place. Or something. I don’t exactly remember. The point is that I love vegetable lasagna. I […]