Whether you are making deviled eggs, egg salad or just like eating simple hard boiled eggs, make it easy and simple by making hard boiled eggs instant pot with this recipe. Perfect eggs every time. No mess or fuss or worrying about over or undercooking them ever again! Just make sure to follow all the steps because you would hate to have an egg explosion…not like that has ever happened to me. Try and error right! These few but simple steps will give you perfect Hard Boiled Eggs every time.Continue reading
My daughter begged for a huge bunch on bananas last week, with promises that she would eat every single one of them. Well, 6 days later, guess what? We had 4 very ripe bananas left, that were not going to get eaten. I hate wasting money so I had to think of something to do with them! It occurred to me that I have never tried to make banana nut bread!
Now I have to admit something, I am NOT a baker. I don’t have a fancy mixer (although I do stare at them longingly in the store..) and I love my cakes from a box. When I looked up banana nut bread recipes a lot of them called for “cutting in cold butter” and other things that just weren’t going to work for me, and I got to thinking that it probably doesn’t for a lot of other people either, so I wanted to share this Super Easy Banana Nut Bread Recipe with you guys! It takes about 5 minutes of prep, and 25 minutes in the oven, that’s it!
School will be back in session before you know it, so that means it’s back to homework, after school activities, and sometimes a little crazy. I don’t know about you, but sometimes by the time I get home at night I’m not in the mood to make a 4 course meal. Any mama’s out there feel like that? Ha! So on those days I’m thankful that I have a few one pot meals recipes. One of my family’s favorite easy weeknight meals is my One Pot Jambalaya With Turkey Sausage Recipe! It’s spicy, filling, and most importantly, it’s easy! Let’s check out how to make it:Continue reading
Need to cook for a crowd? This Baked Eggs in a Muffin Tin Recipe is a lifesaver. This is perfect for making quick breakfast or snack for your family or even for a team or group. I love making this egg mcmuffin recipe because it saves me a lot of time and the eggs are cooked perfectly. These baked eggs in muffin tin can be used in a lot of different breakfast sandwich recipes. One of my family’s favorite recipe for these baked eggs is my Homemade Egg McMuffin Breakfast Recipe which is a great healthy breakfast recipe.
12 english muffins
1/2 lb of thickly cut ham
1/2 lb of sharp cheddar sliced
salt and pepper to taste
optional tomato or spinach
Here are some muffin pans that you can use:
Here’s how to make Baked Eggs in a Muffin Tin
Spray the muffin tin with cooking spray
Then crack one egg per muffin opening
Preheat the oven to 350 degree
cook in the muffin tin for 10-15 minutes in a 350 degree oven
Assemble the Egg McMuffins by placing ham, eggs, sharp cheddar on your muffins. You can sprinkle salt and pepper to taste or add sliced tomatoes or some spinach.
You can also add sausage patties for an easy sausage mcmuffin recipe
More egg recipes:
One of my favorite things about spring is getting together with family to enjoy the nice weather, each others company, and some sweet treats. While watching the news over the weekend I saw that our local berry farm was open for business and it was time to go pick some fresh berries! If you have one of these types of farms in your area I highly suggest you check it out. Nothing compares to the taste of a fresh berry right off the vine, trust me! And one of my favorite things to make with fresh berries is Weight Watchers Mixed Berry Cobbler Cake.
This Weight Watcher Mixed Berry Cobbler Cake Recipe is as sweet as a traditional cobbler while being weight watchers friendly. Can’t beat that right!? Plus its only 3 ingredients so it’s super easy to make. My daughter (who is 6) made the one below all by herself. If you love this recipe make sure to check out more of our favorite Weight Watchers Dessert Recipes with Points Plus.
My mother-in-law was visiting this weekend and I decided to make our St. Patrick’s day feast a bit early. She is Irish and I thought it would be fun to have the traditional Corned Beef, potatoes, carrots and cabbage while she was here. While shopping for the corned beef it became apparent that I had not done my research. There are two cuts of corned beef; point and flat cut. The point cut is cheaper. Not knowing what to get, I purchased both! We needed two anyways with the crowd we had.
I made the point cut in the crockpot. I just added the seasoning packet and let it cook all day. About half way through cooking, I added the cabbage. The flat cut was placed in a roaster pan with potato chunks, carrots, the seasoning packet and water. I roasted it at 300 degrees for 6 hours.