Slow cooker Cajun red beans and rice is a hearty dinner full of big bold flavors. With limited prep, you can throw this red beans and rice recipe in your crock pot in the morning and come home to dinner ready and waiting. The perfect meal to warm up to on chilly nights!
We’ve combined the best of both Creole & Cajun styles in this recipe. With rich, robust flavor this Dutch Oven Jambalaya is a hearty one pot dinner anyone will enjoy, and perfect for cold weather.
Smoked cajun honey chicken breasts turn plain chicken into an explosion of sweet, spicy, and smoky flavor. Honey basting locks moisture into the chicken, creating the best smoked chicken breast you could imagine.
A crisp Panko breading that’s been tossed with gumbo file, salt, and pepper, coat every one of these crispy deviled eggs. Piped with a smooth Cajun spiced filling, they’re then sprinkled with smooth smoked paprika for the full effect. Our Cajun Style Fried Deviled Eggs are the real deal when it comes to finger foods or appetizers.
Are you looking for a way to spice up your dinner menu? What about a new way to ‘dress’ those chicken breasts thawing in the fridge? Then let me tell y’all about this yummy Cajun Chicken Stuffed with Spinach & Pepper Jack Cheese.
Grandma’s recipe might have to take a back seat, because this Smoked Sausage & Chicken Creole Pot Pie is the new aged version of the old fashioned favorite. A hearty pot pie filling with chunks of rotisserie chicken, sliced Andoullie sausage, tender veggies in a slightly spicy Creole cream sauce- it’s main meal magic that’s meant to grace your dinner table.
Roasted pumpkin seeds are our favorite Fall snack. They’re savory, filling, and relatively guilt free. Add a little Cajun spice to the mix and you get a truly special snack, like these easy Cajun spiced roasted pumpkin seeds.
This recipe for a one pot dirty rice is a staple on our family meal plan. It’s a quick, easy way to dress up dinner featuring several ingredients typically always in the pantry- like ground beef, sauteed onions, green peppers, and (of course) Creole seasoning.
An easy Cajun-style dinner, this Crockpot Chicken, Sausage, & Rice is quickly assembled in the bowl of your slow cooker, and comes out a perfect savory dinner that can easily feed a hungry crowd without any extra calories.
This easy Cajun and rice dinner is chock full of meat, making it the perfect low calorie meal on a family budget, especially since it’s bursting at the seams with flavor.