**Updated March 2020. Original post published Apr 2017**
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Breakfast is always the hardest meal for me to be creative with. I’m constantly trying to make different foods to keep the days going and prevent burnout on any single dish. We’ve cycled through oatmeal, yogurt parfaits, eggs in all forms, muffins, and so many other variations of the above!
I had some crepes leftover from another meal and decided to use them for breakfast. You can make the crepe batter fresh in the morning or pre-make your crepes and store them in the refrigerator or freezer.
Go nuts with the filling. I kept it simple with some sautéed spinach and cheese but you can add in turkey slices, ham, bacon, or other veggies like tomatoes, squash, and onions.
From my kitchen to yours, I hope you enjoy this breakfast!
These days, I’ve seen and heard friends and family tell me they are working harder than ever, missing meals during the day. Some are working from home trying to manage homeschool, work and life in general. Others have a profession that is an essential role to our community right now and are giving so much to us. While I hope missing meals doesn’t become daily routine, here is a breakfast omelette that will start out anyone’s day on the right foot! Continue reading “Masala Omelette Yum “
“A way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” This is definitely true for my husband and I. One of the first meals I made for him were Lamb Kebabs and it obviously made it to his heart! I made it recently and brought back memories of our dating days. Hopefully, this recipe will make it to your family’s stomach and heart.
2lbs ground, lean lamb
1/2c bread crumbs
1 med yellow onion, finely diced
1/2 packet Tikka Seekh Kabab Mix (this can be found at any Indian Store)
Mix all of the ingredients in a bowl and mix together. But be careful not to over mix the meat. Over mixing it will make the meat really tough when you cook it. Cover and refrigerate for at least 4 hours, overnight if you plan ahead. The longer it marinates, the better the flavor.
Preheat oven to 400°F. Spray two baking sheets with olive oil cooking spray. Roll out the meat into 3/4″ balls and line onto a baking sheet. This recipe makes 50 meatballs.
Bake for 20-25 minutes. Check internal temp to be 160°F to make sure they’re cooked through.
Once you pull them out of the oven, let them rest for a couple of minutes. Serve with tzatziki sauce. Enjoy!