It’s crispy on the outside and melt-y and gooey on the inside. A classic quesadilla can make for a perfect snack or simple meal. It’s a palate pleaser for kids and adults alike. Whether you’re planning a fiesta for Cinco de Mayo or looking for a quick meal option, quesadillas are always a winning choice.
Baking can be a little tricky, depending on what you are making, but it can also be a great creative outlet. You never know, trying new and different ingredients can lead to something deliciously wonderful!
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4 Simple Truth Frozen Meatless Breakfast Patties
4 large Simple Truth eggs, poached
2 English Muffins, split and toasted
½ cup Simple Truth Organic Plain Yogurt
1 tsp prepared mustard
Have you recently had a meatless meal? Did you realize it at the time? What about your parents or grandparents — do you think they would have chosen to eat a meatless meal out of preference and not necessity? Chances are you may have decided to eat certain foods because they are vegetarian, but people in previous generations ate meatless meals only out of necessity. Families tended to be bigger, so diets were made up of foods that would go a longer way. In addition, modern-day amenities such as refrigeration have come a long way in the last couple of decades.
It’s American Heart Month! Here are some recipes promoting cardiovascular health that we really “heart.”
Ever thought about cooking with parchment paper? Maybe you already have! Whether you’re new to the idea or a seasoned expert, here are a few quick tips to make the most of this unique cooking style.
A holiday feast just wouldn’t be the same without the side dishes, the unsung heroes of any successful dinner. Here are eight delightful recipes perfect for any occasion.
You may be thinking, “What is a Planned-Over?” I first heard that term about 10 years ago. Basically, it’s when we intentionally cook an extra quantity of food so we have it for future meals. It’s a creative term used to rid leftovers of their traditional bad image. It’s also a smart way to reduce energy and save cooking time for those “planned-over” meals. I’ve grown to love the concept and the term. When I say it in conversation, I usually get a puzzled look complete with the nose crinkle. Once the term is explained, the response is usually “Oh, that’s smart,” or “Oh, I do that too.”
Dinner gets a lot of the attention during the holidays, but don’t forget about breakfast and lunch! Here are two delicious autumn recipes that are sure to be a hit this season.