These food processor dinner recipes are just what you need to take the stress out of meal prep!
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You know how much we love an easy midweek meal recipe around here and what could be easier than using your food processor to help you make something delicious for dinner?
I’ve rounded up some delicious recipes, including a super easy pizza dough and an amazing sweet and sour chicken egg roll.
There’s even meals you can store in the freezer for busy days later in the month!
This is a quick and easy weeknight meal that you can make with the help of your food processor. The chicken tenders are coated in a Ranch, Cheddar and Ritz Cracker crumb and then baked and topped with a delicious sauce.
If you are a fan of Cheesecake Factory corn cakes you are going to love this copycat recipe. The corn cakes are tender and buttery and topped with tomatillo salsa, pico de gallo, southwestern sauce, avocados, cilantro and sour cream!
Make these delicious buttermilk biscuits and serve them up with sausage gravy for a delicious dinner side, or slather them with strawberry jam for a sweet afternoon snack!
If you need something quick and easy to whip up for dinner plug in your food processor and make this unbelievably creamy avocado pasta that everyone will love. You can have it on the dinner table in just 20 minutes!
If your family loves Tex-Mex you should definitely check out this super easy recipe for soft and tender homemade flour tortillas! They're easier to make than you might think.
This easy to make bacon-cheddar cauliflower chowder is a delicious low carb and gluten free alternative to baked potato soup!
Once you've tried this pizza dough recipe you'll never try another! Let your food processor do the hard work and then sit back and enjoy the delicious pizza crust!
These homemade egg rolls might just be the best way to eat sweet and sour chicken! You can bake them, or fry them and they're a freezer friendly meal so you can make enough for more than one dinner!