Are you looking for an easy and healthy breakfast option for your family? This one is a hit in our household. Ham and veggie egg cups are a low carb grab-and-go breakfast that are perfect for a busy morning. They come together in less than five minutes and are packed with flavor that each family member will love. They are super versatile as you can add any toppings of your choice. My kids love to add their favorite veggies and this makes them even more excited to eat them. It's also easy for those little hands to get involved in laying out the ham, cracking the eggs, and adding the toppings!
You can eat the egg cups immediately or can let them cool and store them in an air-tight container in the fridge (or freezer). Our family likes to make a large batch at the beginning of the week to enjoy all week long! Pop them in the microwave and you are good to go! Enjoy!
As you can tell by my pictures, I had little helpers in the kitchen with me today! You can make these look nice and fancy, or make them like we did! Either way, they will taste AMAZING!
With Full Hands and an Open Heart- Kansas
This afternoon the boys decided they wanted to make supper for the family, and of course chose their favorite, our homemade spaghetti sauce with pasta. We have an amazing recipe given to us by some of our family friends and over time we have made a few alterations to make it out own. I'm all about spice and extra veggies when I can, so we took this recipe up a notch!
Kedren and Oaklin went to town chopping up veggies, sautéing, browning the meat, and making the sauce. The best part of them growing up in the kitchen is that they know how to read recipes and measure all by themselves! I'm making sure they know how to take good care of their wives some day;)
It turned out AMAZING and the kids went back for seconds! This has become a staple in our home and in our family cookbook, and is one I hope gets passed down for years to come! I used to think that making a homemade sauce was complicated until I actually tried it. It's really not as hard as I thought and the best part is, I know what is actually in it! This beats canned sauce BY FAR!
Fergen's Fancy Spaghetti Sauce Serving Size: 10 people -- Ready Time: 2 hours
With Full Hands and an Open Heart- Kansas Fergen
Bake the world a better place. I'm pretty sure this is Baylic's motto in life because she loves bringing a smile to people's faces with her sweet treats. She would bake a treat every day if we let her. These don't actually require any baking, but sure help the sweet tooth!
We decided to make these to help when Daeston gets "hangry" (usually right before supper). It's a real word in our household and a little added protein in these moments seems to help us all.
Let's be real, you can't go wrong with anything that has MONSTER COOKIE in the title.
Monster Cookie Protein Balls
We hope you enjoy this delicious meal, it's one of our family favorites! Although it's not the healthiest meal you'll ever eat, it's totally worth the extra calories! To make it even more fun, have your littles help you in the kitchen! We are huge believers that learning and memories are made in the kitchen, and laughter is required!
Want to go the extra mile and serve someone else? Why not make an extra pan for a friend, neighbor, or someone in need! This is a great way to teach your kids how to humbly serve others and care for those in need!
6 boneless, skinless chicken breasts (Kirkland breasts from Costco are our fav!)
2 cup Ritz Cracker Crumbs
¾ cup shredded parmesan Cheese
1 TBSP dried parsley
1 TBSP dry, minced garlic
1 tsp. salt
¼ tsp. pepper
1 cup butter
1. Combine all dry ingredients.
2. Melt Butter
3. Roll chicken in butter and then roll buttered chicken in dry crumbs
4. Bake 350 degrees for one hour.
Hi, I'm Kansas! I wish we could be doing this face to face over coffee. Maybe someday, till then this will have to do!