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Everyone Should Know How To Make This Meal!
Do you ever get the feeling you’ve made ALL your recipes a thousand times already, and you just don’t want to make any of them, ever again?
Well, I do, and apparently my kids feel the same way, too… I have taught them to be grateful and appreciate everything they have, including a warm meal every day. But I totally understand that they roll their eyes, when they find out we’re having some form of chicken and noodles for the third time in two weeks. So lately, I’ve been on the lookout for easy weeknight dinner recipes that would be both, healthy and inexpensive.
This traditional carrot rice loaf recipe from Lois’ wonderful blog Stuffed At The Gill’s is pretty awesome! This would make a tasty side dish but it is rich in protein, so you could just as well serve it as the main dish, too.
I have been looking for healthier dinner ideas that would get me back on track, after all this holiday meal craziness. This carrot rice loaf is something I plan on making very often, over the next few weeks! Big thanks to Lois for sharing this!
Visit Lois’ blog Stuffed At The Gill’s for more, yummy recipes!
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Quick Tip: Use your favorite kind of cheese for this!