Include broccoli in your omelet. Little florets with lots of cheese makes a yummy veggie omelet breakfast.                 Steamed Broccoli I like steamed broccoli. The best way to cook broccoli is boil it in water for five minutes, turn off the burner, cover the pot, and let it set for 20 minutes. You get tender broccoli that isn’t overcooked to mush. The last time I made an omelet with broccoli, I just added small florets with the eggs. It tasted awful. Too crunchy for me. Crunchy broccoli is great if eating it raw, dipped in ranch dressing. ThisRead More →

Egg Pizzas Can Help with Losing Weight Make this Onion & Cheese Egg Pizza if you’re trying to cut back on calories, eat healthy foods, and lose weight. Egg pizzas are filling. Satisfying. Serve this recipe for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The whole meal is only 417 calories. My Story About Making Egg Pizza The first time I made egg pizza, I was cooking an omelet. I hadn’t even thought about pizza. It was morning. I don’t eat pizza often. But when I do, it’s a dinner item, not breakfast. So as I folded over the omelet halfway, on a whim, I decided to foldRead More →

  Ribeye Steak & Baked Potato Easy Slow Cooker Meal Make this Mesquite-Tea Ribeye steak in the slow cooker. You can add potatoes in the same pot and have a complete slow-cooked meal. Easy Ribeye Dinner in the Slow Cooker Serve a ribeye dinner to your guests. Easy. No fuss. Season and marinate and pop into the slow cooker. It’s that easy. You’ll love this ribeye dinner, and so will your guests. What’s even better? You can take the time to visit with your company because you don’t need to stand over the grill. The slow cooker does the cooking for you. Yep. It’s thatRead More →

Are You Consuming Enough Minerals and Vitamins? Need to eat more vegetables and fruit? Learn how to cook veggies, prepare tasty fruit dishes, and make yummy health shakes. Try a dietary supplement drink with a vanilla, latte, or chocolate flavor and blend with frozen strawberries or a banana. Making nutritious smoothies, or juicing, is simple to do and a great way to include your needed daily nutrients.Read More →

Mac & Cheese – Make it with Ribeye Stay-at-home mom and dad, when was the last time you made a kid-friendly mac & cheese with ribeye steak for your littles? Ribeyes usually go on the grill for the adults. But why not for the kids? You might say, “Too expensive.” Makes sense if your children are growing teenagers. Little children, on the other hand, don’t eat that much.Read More →

Ribeye Steaks & Mushrooms a Kitchen Hospitality Recipe Ribeye steaks can be cooked in a pressure cooker. Cook just the steaks, or add mushrooms as a side of veggies. Easy and quick meal. If you’re looking for an easy pressure cooker recipe for ribeye steak, try Ribeye Steaks & Mushrooms. It’s one of the easiest meals I’ve ever made in my pressure cooker. The following tips help to make the meat turn out tender and not too tough.Read More →

baking with natural sugars

Bake gluten-free mini banana Bundt cakes, and serve them to your guests.  Mini Bundt Cake Treats Looking for a gluten-free dessert and like bananas? Ice these Mini Banana Cakes with homemade frosting. Serve them to your family as an after-dinner treat, to guests, or give them as gifts to relatives or neighbors. Want them all to yourself? Eat one or two, and freeze the rest.Read More →

Kitchen Staples and Suggestions Newlyweds and newly-on-your-own individuals, write down essential ingredient lists for your staples to keep in the kitchen pantry, refrigerator, and freezer. Stock up with the basics. Keep your pantry and fridge stocked with necessary staples and ingredients for your favorite recipes. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.   Start out with basic items to stock your kitchen pantry. Eventually, you’ll develop your own personal cooking style. Then you’ll discover different ingredients to have on handRead More →

`Cook a pot of Broccoli Cheese Soup to warm up with on a cold winter day. This soup meal can be made for one, two, or a family with children. Trying to come up with more recipes with veggies that your children will like? They should like this soup recipe because it’s got cheese. Anybody can open a can of soup, heat it up, and eat it. Easy. But it doesn’t take much more effort to steam vegetables and turn them into a delicious soup. For this recipe, I served it with chicken sandwiches. It was the perfect meal and satisfying. First, I boiled four chickenRead More →