As an Allrecipes #Allstar Brand Ambassador, I got really super excited with working with Johnsonville(R) for a 2nd time this year. My family just loves their products. I do tend to take my hand over the rows of sausages links
and select them a lot times over the store brand when standing in the meat market. Just because the overall quality is great. And Johnsonville(R) really has been a great sponsor to work with and respond very will with feedback on their products, in various
recipes I’ve been selected to try. This time around I’ll have a few blogs geared towards a few recipes and an overview of the recipes I’ve made for my family…however, this one is not geared for that particular blog…It is pretty much a two-fer blog. As part
of my mission with kitchen creations. I was also asked to showcase Ore-Ida(R) products. That’s where this blog comes into play.
I really didn’t put in a lot of time standing over the stove with Johnsonville’s(R) recipe on making their chili. And a matter of fact…it was quite GOOD! I would have never thought of using Italian sausage in a chili recipe.
This month Johnsonville Kitchens(R) is promoting a:
Johnsonville Chili Sausage Swap
How do you make chili even better? You add Johnsonville Sausage of course! Show us which chili
you’d make better by adding our sausage, and you could
a 6-qt. Crock-Pot® slow cooker and FREE sausage. Get the details here:
As an Allstar Ambassador, I can not enter….BUT any one of you can…so I encourage you check it out!
Well, now back to MY blog…LOL! I found their chili recipe I soo wanted to try and since I normally keep everything on hand…it was a sure fire guess on what I was going to make for a Saturday night dinner, the week of Halloween.
I’ll have to show you my cute little thing I did as a treat for my family. But again, this chili recipe is fantastic.
Here’s the link:
Rave reviews all the way around in my house and here’s the cutesy thing I did for my family
Ghostly Homesteader Cornbread
Isn’t it cute?! While at a #Goodwill in Medford, OR…I found a 6 well 1991 Wilton Ghost mini cake pan for….believe it, 79 cents!!! NOOO kidding.
This also was a good recipe….my note is, whip the batter more then 5 minutes for fluffier cornbread.
So here’s where the 2nd part of the 2 for 1 comes in. I used the leftover chili the next day to make a light but filling lunch for my kids.
It was pretty much a lazy day, so this fit in with, getting it on the table in under 30 minutes. Pretty nice right?! SO now you can see my Chili and Cheese Potato Shooters.
Start with Ore-Ida(R) Grillers
I baked in the oven as per directed on the back of the package.
Topped with 2 TBSP Johnsonville(R) Chiliville Chili
OR any chili brand you prefer.
And then sprinkled with 1 TSP shredded Cheese(any kind)
And wah-LA!! There you have it…simple on it’s own or with a salad…My kids had a salad.
For footballers, parties & get-togethers…this is a perfect throw together in a flash!
Just garnish and serve!These little grillers were such a huge hit with my family! I’ll be buying them again.
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From my humble kitchen in the mountains to yours, please enjoy and Happy Meal Making!
Disclosure: I am an Allrecipes Allstar Brand Ambassador (a voluntary position) and I am not compensated for my work with Allrecipes.com. Products received from advertisers are only used for experience-based reviews
by mis7up aka The 7up Experience. The reviews, contents and opinions expressed in this blog are purely the sole opinions of mis7up aka The 7up Experience.
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