Looking back at April of last year, Ken was in the kitchen and creating these amazing Mini Cinnamon Pull-Aparts. These would be perfect for the Easter long weekend, for guests to have a delicious breakfast or snack.
They are like a fresh cinnamon bun packaged up like little eggs and so fun to pull apart. Kids and adults would equally love these just as much!!
I hope you try some and have the best Easter ever!!! Click HERE for the recipe.
What are your thoughts on canned fruit? Do you think they lose their nutritional value? In winter months when fresh produce is scarce or not very appealing, do you go to canned produce? Well you should!!
The canning process has actually been proven to increase nutrients, including antioxidants and Vitamin A. Canned peaches are also nearly four times higher in Vitamin C and 10 times higher in folate than fresh peaches. Think of how far your fruit has to travel before it reaches you. In a nice vacuum packed container makes more sense for our winter months.
Not only are they nutritious, canned California cling peaches are delicious and versatile and can be included in a number of recipes like this Protein-Packed Peach Smoothie!!
California cling peaches do not contain added sugar. They are packed in water or their own light juice.
This smoothie was so delicious, I had never tried the almond milk before either and really enjoyed. Our daughter and her friend loved them too.
Day 5 of 5 Days of Egg Dishes and Ken comes in with a winner of dish!! I had a skillet hash in mind for this last recipe but when I saw him creating these for breakfast one day I was sold that this would be the finale!!
Not only are ham and eggs great but he added sun dried tomatoes, sharp white cheddar and spinach, I loved it!!
Little bits of thyme added the right touch to knock this breakfast out of the park!! The egg was cooked to perfection, so keep on eye on it to how you would like it done!!
A delicious twist on a traditional ham and egg breakfast!!
4 thin slices ham
4 tsp. chopped sun dried tomatoes
4 tsp. diced sharp white cheddar
8-12 whole baby spinach leaves, stems removed
½ tsp. fresh thyme, optional, more for garnish
Preheat oven to 350F. Place one slice of ham in each of four well greased muffin tins. Place in 2-3 spinach leaves in the bottom of each ham slice and add 1 tsp. sun dried tomatoes and 1 tsp. cheddar. Add the thyme if using.
Crack one egg into each ham cup. Season with salt and pepper. Bake for 10-15 min. until desired doneness. Serve with toast.
Day 4 of 5 Days of Egg Dishes. You can have a healthy breakfast in a matter of 2-3 minutes flat. I love a quick fix microwave egg like this one!! If you are in a rush, need some good protein at work or just feel like an egg in the morning, nothing can be faster and more satisfying than an egg. With endless additions, you can create an “original” everyday!!
I used to make these when I was working nights in nursing. A good pick me up on break in the middle of night to help you keep going for the rest of your shift.
Then I saw Martha Stewart had a recipe and that inspired me to make them again for Amber. She has loved these for years. She likes when I use two eggs, little tomato chopped up on top and Parmesan cheese.
Light and fluffy forkfuls of delicious egg. I added a little heat from a jalapeno. It isn’t too spicy at all if you don’t add the membranes and seeds!!
Eggs in the microwave make little mess and take no time at all!!
1 Tbsp. skim milk
½ tsp. jalapeno, minced
2 tsp. red pepper, diced
1 Tbsp. old white cheddar
Salt and pepper
In a small bowl, mix together egg, milk, jalapeno and salt and pepper. Microwave on high for 30 seconds. Stir and scramble the eggs. Microwave again for 35 seconds. Add peppers, cheese and cover with a towel for 1-2 min. to let the cheese melt and the peppers warm. Serve immediately!!
Day 3 of 5 Days of Egg Dishes. Ken is the Eggman (Beatles tune popped into my head) in this household. He loves making up a delicious breakfast. I am a more grab and go kind of gal, as I tend to be in the kitchen for the rest of the day. I adore his creations and he is at it again with this yummy egg wrap. He is the master with an egg, scrambled, poached, omelet, sunny side up, over easy, he knows them all. Most weekends he is a short order cook and you can have our eggs anyway you like them. Yes, Amber and I are very blessed.
Fluffy scrambled eggs wrapped up with cheese and ham in a tortilla. That is my kind of breakfast, served up hot!!
This is a quick, nutritious and delicious breakfast for kids too!! Scrambled eggs can be nasty if they are not cooked right, rubbery and inedible. The trick to them is not to overcook them, stop the cooking before they are done and if you like you can add a little water.
A quick, healthy egg wrap that everyone will love!!
2 small flour tortillas, 8″
1 green onion, chopped
4 thinly sliced pieces of ham
Salt and pepper
¼ cup Tex Mex cheese, grated
Lightly beat the eggs and add salt and pepper to taste. Add the green onion. Place 2 slices of ham and ½ of the cheese on each tortilla and heat in a toaster oven/oven under broil for 1 minute, until cheese starts to melt, don’t toast.
Meanwhile cook the eggs in a non-stick fry pan stirring occasionally until desired doneness. Put ½ of the scrambled eggs on each tortilla and roll up folding in both ends like a buritto.