I needed to switch up my smoothie routine. Don’t get me wrong, I love my berry smoothie with greens and oatmeal, but I had it too many days in a row. When fruit is on sale, I buy it, take it home, wash it, cut it up, and stick it in the freezer. Feel free to use fresh or frozen. When I made mine, everything was frozen (except coconut). It’s getting warmer, so pina colada sounded good. I created this one and it turned out SUPER yummy. Enjoy!
Good morning! I have no idea what day it is, but that’s okay…and that’s the new “norm”, isn’t it? My kids have been making their own breakfast for many years. So it’s really nice that I now have the opportunity to make them breakfast on some mornings, like today! I happen to love Dave’s Killer Bread, so that’s what I used for myself. I used regular wheat bread for the twins. My crazy hubby doesn’t like eggs, so this breakfast wouldn’t work for him. However, my twins love eggs! Kayla likes runny yolks, but my son doesn’t. You’ll see in the photos that two of the yolks are broken. That’s on purpose. I broke them for my son. I actually sprinkled “everything bagel seasoning” on mine after it came out! I think adding some avocado and bacon on top would be magical! Stay healthy friends!
Here’s one of the easiest brunch recipes you can make in 30 minutes! Frittatas and egg scrambles are so easy and versatile. I really just want to show you the method here, you can make it any way you want, depending on what you have in your fridge. As long as you have eggs you’re good! We have a few other Frittata recipes we’ve blogged too. My favorite has to be the Asparagus Cheese one, sooo good with the ricotta in it!
One of the people who has really brought me comfort and continues to inspire me during this time of quarantine is Rachael Ray. She’s been posting videos of herself along with her husband John, her dog Izaboo, and recipes! Well, I got a wild hair up my you-know-what and decided to make a super amateur video that I posted on Facebook. I found a recipe I wanted to revamp….almost like a Thanksgiving casserole (and I am truly “thankful” for this gift of time with my family). It was super simple, super easy, and I had all the ingredients on hand! It came out great, but I forgot to spray my slow cooker first and I didn’t have an liners left….ooops! I also browned by chicken breast really quickly because “color equals flavor”. It would not have tasted as good if I didn’t brown the chicken first! But by all means, you can absolutely throw everything into the crockpot! I can’t see what you’re doing, so no worries! But the meal brought me comfort in all this rainy weather too! I’m going to share it with you all. Stay healthy!
Health Tips: you can make this “kidney friendlier” by omitting all salt and buying a lower sodium stuffing mix.