This recipe has been my go-to Easter/Mother’s Day/Anytime I need to prepare brunch casserole. I recently pulled this recipe out again this year for our annual Easter brunch. It is tasty, hearty and easily comes together the night before your breakfast. Pairs up great with a fresh squeezed mimosa and some sourdough toast:)
I used my frozen Bob Evans sausage patties that I pulled out of the freezer—set them to bake up in the oven and crumbed the patties up to use in the casserole. I bet you have everything you need to make this for your next springtime brunch. Add in your favorite veggies to make it suit your taste.
The internets of the universe taught me something a few weeks back and my mind was blown….so here I am passing it onto you (unless of course you are waayyyy smarter than me and you have been doing this your whole life:). I have been peeling an orange the wrong way my whole life. I grew up using that little orange tool that has a little cutter thingy on one end and a peel tool on the other. This is soooo much easier (listen up Mom!! :) I love a good juicy orange….Probably eat about 4-5 a week….this time of year they are so good:)
Seriously though….what is better that throwing everything into one pot and having it taste completely awesome? These one pot meals are so trendy right now….and this garlic spinach pasta is a huge hit! I used whole grain linguine which is higher in fiber—so a little will fill you up quicker. One serving of this pasta is just a tad over 300 calories…serve it up with some grilled chicken or shrimp and dinner is done:)
Wow….73 degrees here yesterday! Springtime is in the air. Every year when March 1 rolls around we get a few 70 degree days, and you can feel the end of winter is in sight. And, right about this time of year we all start to think about celebrations….and with that comes yummy desserts :)
Everything in mini form is so cute…. puppies…babies…kittens… and waffles of course! This month, I was challenged to create a fun and easy dessert for you to serve at your upcoming Easter brunches and springtime parties. I was up to the challenge and headed straight for my grocer’s frozen section to find ready-made (and super convenient) waffles—Kellogg’s Eggo has some of the best—along with some of my family’s favorite ice cream flavors to create a unique and utterly delicious dessert for your guests.