10 Easy Sunday Supper Ideas: Recipes that are hearty, delicious, and easy.
Family friendly meal ideas for any night of the week.
Sunday is my favorite day of the week. It’s the one day I let myself do whatever I want…and sometimes that is very little! I love making dinner on Sunday but don’t want to be stuck in the kitchen all day. These 10 easy Sunday Supper ideas will put a lovely meal on the table without a lot of fuss or effort. Some take a little longer than others, but all are delicious.
10 Easy Sunday Supper Ideas
This hearty potato soup recipe has a secret ingredient that gives it amazing taste! It can be adapted by adding clams to make a creamy and delicous clam chowder. Get the full recipe here: Hearty Potato Soup Recipe.
This easy baked spaghetti recipe is sure to become a family favorite! It’s kid-friendly, quick, and uses basic ingredients everyone will love. When my son visits and I ask what he would like to eat, this is always his first choice. See the full recipe here: Easy Baked Spaghetti.
This semi-homemade Easy Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe is quick, hearty and delicious! It can be made-ahead and freezes well for those busy weeknight dinners. Pair it with hot, crusty bread and fresh fruit for a Sunday Supper that will please everyone. See the full recipe here: Easy Chicken Noodle Soup.
This rosemary parmesan chicken recipe takes a little prep but it’s not hard…and when it’s baking, the scent of rosemary mixed with garlic fills your kitchen. It’s comfort food that fills your body and your soul. See the full recipe here: Rosemary Parmesan Chicken.
This easy chicken noodle casserole recipe uses rotisserie chicken from the deli, so it’s super easy to assemble. When my kids were young, this was one meal I could prepare that I knew everyone would eat! See the full recipe here: Chicken Noodle Casserole.
My Mom’s Pot Roast is one of my dad’s favorite meals. You need a few hours because it cooks low and slow…but it’s worth every single minute of that baking time! See the full recipe here: My Mom’s Pot Roast.
Amazing comfort food recipe for chicken pot pies with puff pastry crust that’s easy and so good! This is another one of my Sunday Supper recipes that uses a deli rotisserie chicken, so it’s great for a quick week night dinner as well. See the full recipe here: Chicken Pot Pies with Puff Pastry Crust.
The definition of comfort food, this homemade macaroni and cheese recipe is baked with a delicious topping. Perfect for Friday meals during Lent, Sunday Supper, or anytime you want an easy and filling meal. See the full recipe here: Homemade Macaroni and Cheese.
Make this easy Chicken Salad Fruit Plate for summer lunches or Sunday Suppers. It’s the perfect dinner for two or the recipe can be adjusted to feed a crowd. Very refreshing and light. See the full recipe here: Chicken Salad Fruit Plate.
Hearty and super simple, this beef barley soup recipe goes from stovetop to table in about an hour! Perfect for busy weeknight dinners or Sunday Supper. This semi-homemade and delicious soup is my husband’s favorite. See the full recipe here: Beef Barley Soup.
I hope you found a recipe or two that you haven’t seen before…or have always wanted to try. These 10 Easy Sunday Supper Ideas are all simple to make so you can enjoy time with your families and not spend the day working in the kitchen!
Supper Ideas At Your Fingertips!
Now it’s time to talk about the free eCookbook. Exclusively for OSP subscribers, all these recipes are available in an easy-to-download eCookbook called “Sunday Supper: easy meal ideas for any night of the week.” I realize jumping all over a blog trying to find recipes is not a fun thing to do. That’s why I put them all together in one PDF.
If you are already an OSP email subscriber, you can download this eCookbook filled with 10 easy Sunday Supper ideas at any time in the Member’s Only Library. If you would like to join my email subscriber list, just fill out the form below. This eCookbook will arrive in your email inbox shortly after you sign up! OSP subscribers have access to the Member’s Only Library at all times. It is full of printables, gift tags, more ebooks, checklists, and more. The library is always growing too.
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