Sunday Dinner Party #4

I’ve gathered a lot of yummy recipes from across the blog-o-sphere to direct you all to today. While I can’t really eat all of these — since some of them have copious amounts of dairy in them — but I couldn’t help but share them.
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PF Changs Lettuce Wraps Remade by Iowa Girl Eats
 

I have made these several times, and they are so, so good. The recipe makes a lot, so if you are only cooking for two people, expect lots of leftovers! 
 

 

Kneaders Turkey Bacon Avocado by Sugar n Spice Gals
 

Forrest and I really like to have fancy sandwiches for dinner every now and then, and when I saw this one, I knew we’d have to do it. This is probably my favorite sandwich at Kneaders, and I think it would be a lot less expensive to make it at home! And to be honest, I think anything with bacon and avocado is worth eating. 
 

 

Spinach Artichoke Pasta by The Pioneer Women
 

Once again, I couldn’t pass up a recipe that involved spinach and artichoke! This sounds amazing. While I can’t really make it, since it’s full of delicious dairy products, I’m definitely saving this in the archives for someday in the future. 
 

 

Chicken Alfredo Soup by Cookin’ For The Seven Dwarfs
 

 I love chicken alfredo — it’s been so hard not being able to have it. I think that a chicken alfredo soup is a unique twist, and I would love to try it. 


Chicken Parmesan Sliders by Will Cook For Smiles
I love chicken parmesan, and this look super tasty. It’s different from classic chicken parmesan, which is kind of fun. I could definitely see serving these at a party or something.

Tomato Tortellini Soup by Six Sisters Stuff
Isn’t everything from Six Sisters Stuff awesome? Yesterday, I attended the Build Your Blog Conference, and I’m amazed by this group of sisters. This soup looks yummy, and pretty easy. I love tortellini too, so it’s a win-win!

Cream Cheese Filled Chicken by The Happy Lil Homemaker
If you do one thing today, click over to this website and look at the recipe and picture of this. It looks amazing — so moist and creamy. I just want to eat it through the page! The other day when I was at Trader Joes, and I discovered they had dairy free cream cheese…While some dairy free items are nasty, I’m curious about this. If it tastes okay, this dish is guaranteed to be on our table next week!

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