Veggie Bomb Chili

Veggie Bomb Chili (Instant Pot or Stovetop) This “dump and stir” recipe is a delicious and balanced one-pot meal that comes together quickly in the  Instant Pot *.  It takes a little longer on the stovetop, but is just as easy!  Enjoy it as-is, or garnish with sour cream, shredded cheese, and/or corn chips. Serves:  6 Prep Time:  20 minutes Cook Time:  7 minutes  (Instant Pot) Wait Time:  20 minutes Total Time:  27 minutes Notes Storing and reheating: Like most stews, chili develops even more flavor over time, so it’s great for make-ahead meals and planned leftovers.  I like to store it in the fridge in the Instant Pot liner/pot I cooked it in, and just reheat the whole batch every time.  (I use IP silicone lid * for storage and the tempered glass lid * when reheating.)  You can also reheat a single portion in the microwave, but be sure to cove

Lightening-Fast Cheesy Chicken with Broccoli Rice

Cheesy Chicken with Broccoli Rice Shamelessly stolen Adapted from Gina at Skinnytaste , this recipe comes together almost instantly, uses only a handful of ingredients, and is ridiculously good. You can make one serving in minutes, or multiply the recipe and store in individual containers in the freezer for easy meal prep. If you don’t have cheddar cheese powder on hand, substitute shredded cheddar, or better yet, go buy some!  Sources are available in the Notes section below. Serves:  1 Prep Time: 7 minutes Cook Time: 3 minutes Total Time: 10 minutes Notes This recipe is incredibly adaptable.  Try substituting other proteins, riced veggies, or cheeses, or adding spices for a totally different dish!   (If you’d like me to post some variations, let me know in the comments.)  When I want more carbs, I mix in some cooked rice or wild rice. Cheddar cheese powder is