There really isn’t much here. Just mozarella, italian and cheddar cheese all toasted to perfection while it cooked in a pan. Also I don’t know if you’ve seen them or not but Crystal Lite has these mocktinis and I really like the appletini one. Perhaps because it kind of tastes like a mild sour apple sucker I use to eat when I was a kid. Whatever the reason I have it stocked in my cupboard, along with kool aid and peach ice tea, which I have become a recent fan of. Until next time ~ Q
This is a week late but last Wednesday for “I can cook on the fly” was a beef burrito. What began as me deciding to cook some ground beef turned into this concoction. All that was needed were some veggies, rice, and of course cheese. At the time I didn’t consider what I’d use with a pound of ground beef but it was quite versatile. I had it in burritos, pita pockets and even the egg bake I posted the other day. So yes, a very useful thing to have in the kitchen. Hence I already have another pound in the freezer for a rainy day. Until next time ~ Q
What to do when you have roughly half a cup of cooked ground beef, a couple eggs that ‘expire’ today and bread? Throw it together and bake it of course. That’s what happened for breakfast today. I mixed up the eggs, added some cheese and the beef, then set aside. I placed two slices of bread into an oven safe dish (having already preheated the oven to 350) and then covered with the egg mixture. I believe I cooked it for about 10-15 minutes, just play it by ear though, depending on how compressed everything is. My ingredients were fairly spread out in the dish so it didn’t take too long to cook. Topped with salsa and presto – delicious breakfast. Served with ice tea adds the cherry on top.
Until next time ~ Q