Favorite Recipes From the Internet :: Sprague Eats


For as much as we in the Sprague house love eating, it's wild to me how little food related posts are here on this blog.

About a month ago, I posted on facebook asking people for their favorite recipes. We were working on adding some variety to get us through the winter season and so many people responded! Thank you, thank you! It was just what I needed to get the creative juices growing for meal planning. I didn't want to forgo on returning the favor, so I figured a post was in order about our all time favorite meals. If you come to our house, chances are you will be served one of these.

Gimme Some Oven Enchiladas

I would say this is our family's favorite enchilada recipe ever. We had promised to bring some enchiladas to a family with a new little one and since all the recipes we were used to contained ingredients we didn't have off hand, we went ahead and started trying out different enchilada recipes. This was the third recipe we tried and OH MY GOODNESS. we love it. We crave it. We make it at least every other week. Pretty much anything from Gimme Some Oven is going to be a winner. You can also easily make this gluten free.

Creamy Chicken Soup from Cookie Rookie

I was feeling poorly (British Code for ill) and was craving good ol Noodles & CO soup but obviously wasn't able to conjure up that. So to pinterest I went. I stumbled on this recipe by the Cookie Rookie. My kids love it. And we all enjoy it thoroughly. I've recently added noodles to it, and it just is so delicious. I left it out overnight once and I cried over the pot in the morning. If you're a soup person, you'll like this soup.

Chocolate Chip Cookies by Thirty Handmade Days

These are tried and true. Always. I've made these countless times (the recipe card is all crinkly and dirty from old drips of vanilla.) and I will probably always use this recipe. They are SO SO SO good.
Every time I make them people ask me for the recipe. So, here it is friends. Thirty Handmade Days nailed this.

Favorite Blueberry Crisp by Shauna Niequist

In the summer, this is my go to granola recipe. It's from Bread & Wine by Shauna Niequist (go and read that book NOW) and it is delicious and easy and wholesome. Eat it for breakfast, for lunch, for dinner and dessert. Plus it's gluten free.

Pioneer Woman's Beef Stew

During our honeymoon in Ireland, we stumbled upon a pub that served the most Ah-May-Zing guiness stew. Ever since I've been on the lookout for something that could bring me back to those days. This isn't exactly that (haven't tried it with Guinness yet) but it sure is good. If you're craving hearty, this is a good stew. Pioneer Woman is another trusty recipe provider.

Those photos at the top are from the respective recipes site (as you will see when you go visit them!)

Hopefully these will make your way into your family meals and everyone you feed will rave of the deliciousness like our crew has.

When  you try them out, tell me what you think!!!

Happy Eating!

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