There’s nothing much easier to cook up as a side dish than these scalloped potatoes. Perfect for any special occasion, or just to compliment an ordinary dinner, scalloped potatoes is a dish you can make with staple items found in your kitchen. Make sure you have potatoes, cheddar cheese, flour, and half-and-half, and you’re good to go.
Peanut Butter Cookies are amazingly simple to make, and require no special ingredients other than the peanut butter. The result it a perfectly chewy cookie with a rich peanut butter flavor.
Try these for yourself. (recipe makes approximately 36 cookies)
Peanut Butter Cookies – – – PRINT
These Egg Muffins are an awesome way to have a quick and healthy breakfast. You can also make these ahead of time, and plan out a few mornings worth.
They are relatively easy and quick to make and require basic ingredients like hash browns, lots of eggs, cheese, and sausage.
Breakfast Egg Muffins recipe – – – PRINT
Omelettes make the perfect healthy breakfast, as they contain protein in the form of eggs, and nutritious fillings of your choice, wrapped inside.
Omelettes are actually not as hard to make as many think. In this post, I’ll be presenting a simple recipe and method for making omelettes.
Ingredients: (serves 2)
Sprinkle of Salt
Sprinkle of Pepper
1 tablespoon water
1 tablespoon cold cubed butter (optional)
1/4 cup diced ham (optional)
1/4 cup shredded cheese
2 tablespoons diced bell-pepper (optional)
First, dice your slices of ham into thin little bits.
Then shred your cheese.
And lastly, dice the (frozen, or really cold) butter.
First, dump your eggs into a medium sized bowl. Sprinkle in the salt and pepper, and pour in the tablespoon of water.
Melt butter over medium heat on a nonstick pan.
Beat your eggs thoroughly, about 10 seconds.
Add the cubed butter to the egg mixture, and whip for another 15 seconds on high.
Pour the egg butter mixture into the heated pan, and let it spread across the pan, and cook for 10 seconds.
Then push a bit of the side of the circle towards the center, and let raw mixture fill it’s place. Use a nonstick spatula for this.
Keep going around the circumference of the egg mixture in the pan, pushing towards the center, and letting the uncooked egg slid into its place. Soon you’ll have a mostly cooked circle of egg.
Sprinkle the ham, shredded cheese, and optional bell pepper over one half of the egg circle.
Carefully fold the unfilled layer over your fillings, as shown.
Grasp the handle of the skillet, and flip the omelette out onto a plate to serve.