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I am SO not a breakfast person. My morning food consists of coffee — and lots of it to get me going. However, since doing that 30 day challenge where I HAD to eat breakfast, I find myself looking forward to it. I am not a cereal girl either, so I am trying to make foods that are good for me. That is how I discovered this delicious recipe for Turkey Sausage and Broccoli Mini Quiche that I made.
I love filling my house with the aroma of cooking a homemade Chinese meal. My daughter and I love creating our favorite restaurant style foods right in the comfort of our kitchen. The day I discovered this recipe for Baked Sweet and Sour Chicken, I knew it would be one that I put in our KEEP recipe book forever.
This month for the Secret Recipe Club, I was given the blog Cooking on the Ranch, written by Lee Ann Brown. This is the first month since I have been a part of the SRC that I had a difficult time deciding on what to fix. There were so many recipes I wanted to try — like this one for Lemon Chicken Thighs. I finally decided on her Spicy Popcorn recipe since I was in the mood for some movie watching.
This past week, I was watching Food Network and I saw these yummy pizzas that the Pioneer Woman was making. I decided to give it a whirl and see just how quick and amazing it was — and as always, those recipes deliver! I tried my hand at making my own Fresh Mozzarella and Pesto French Bread pizza and it turned out SO good.
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In my family, I am the entertainer. What that means is that anytime there is a gathering, I am the one who gets everyone together and prepares a meal fit for a king. I spend hours pouring over recipes and creating the perfect menu. I check with my guests for dietary restrictions to make sure I offer them something they can eat, and then I grab my daughter and we start preparing the meal. This year, Easter will be no different, but I am going to be adding Kraft Fresh Take to my cooking recipes.
This post and recipe for Crustless Mushroom Quiche was created as part of the Mushroom Makeover 30 Day Weight Loss Challenge in which I am a financially compensated blogger ambassador for the Mushroom Council. The opinions are my own and based on my own experience.
Here I am finally at week 4 of the Mushroom Makeover challenge. This month has been a whirlwind of mushroom recipes, learning new healthy eating choices, listening to my body and my hunger and giving myself love. I did learn a few more things during this month that I wanted to share with you here.
I saw this amazing recipe one day while watching Trisha Yearwood on Food Network. She was fixing her yummy Hot Corn Dip, but it took like 40 minutes to cook. I kept thinking to myself, there has GOT to be a way to make this recipe and cut the time down to 15 minutes or less. I think I finally got it figured out!
It won’t be long before the weather starts getting warm and staying warm. When that happens, I always opt for a salad of some sort. For me, this Easy Fruit Salad pretty much hits the nail on the head when it comes to delicious and mouth watering flavors.
I never in a million years thought my husband would like spaghetti squash. It is purely vegetable and he is not a fan of squash at all, so when I made this dish, I was not expecting him to eat it. However, he ate it and loved it! We topped it with red sauce, meat, and mushrooms – just like real spaghetti and then added some parmesean cheese to it as well. It was so good, I decided to share the recipe with you.
I love Chinese food. It is some of my favorite food on the planet. In fact, one of my most favorite dishes is beef and broccoli stir fry. A couple of years ago I found a crockpot recipe (you can read that here), but it takes like 4 hours to make. Just the other day, I found a recipe that I tweaked a little and now — I can make my beef and broccoli stir fry in 15 minutes.