1. Cracked Out Chicken Noodle Casserole
Another helpful hint, I don't bake the Fritos with it as the directions call for. They're too soggy when it's reheated (and between the two of us, it lasts about three days). I just crumble some on top if I choose but it's just as delicious without them, I promise.
2. White Chocolate Pumpkin
So I mentioned these in Friday's post, but they're worth another. Just go make them. Like, now. And do yourself a favor by doubling the recipe. Trust me.
Serious huge shoutout to Tiff for this recipe. I refuse to call it by its full name, being an Ohio State fan and all, but it's so worth making. Thankfully I read Tiff's post on her experience with it and went with my 8 qt. stockpot, because it makes a ton! A few minor modifications I made: no green pepper (just the two green chilis), beans in mild instead of hot sauce (because my husband is a wimp), and served over rice (because that's how I've always eaten my chili).