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Looking for an easy appetizer that comes together quickly and will keep you coming back for more? If so, look no futher!
These 5 ingredient sausage balls are perfect appetizer to pair with, breakfast, lunch, dinner, a tailgate, or as a standalone snack. All you need is ground pork breakfast sausage, all purpose baking mix, shredded cheese, herbs of your choice (I use chives), and garlic.
These can be mixed by hand but using a hand or stand mixer makes it a little easier.
Once combined I use a 1 tablespoon scoop to equally portion out all of the balls. Bake on a parchment lined sheet pan for easy clean up!
Looking for a filling, tasty, and savory breakfast that comes together in about 5 minutes? Then look no further! This recipe comes in right at 300 calories and will keep you full until lunch. Salt is key in this recipe so make sure it’s salted well to make the flavors really pop.
Want a little extra crunch? Add some crumbled bacon or crispy onions.
Love herbs? Add in the scallion whites and more parsley.
Have leftover mushrooms? Sautee them and add them on top too! The possibilities for this recipe are endless.
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August is notorious for two things — a plentiful harvest of fresh summer vegetables and herbs AND the return to school and normal family activities.
As families return to the routine of school and familiy activities there’s always the challenge of finding dinner ideas that are quick, easy, and affordable. Our family is no different! This week’s menu was designed to help you with those challenges!
This week I wanted to share some tips to help you harvest, cook with, and store food from your summer garden. All of this week’s recipes contains ingredients that are currently in season and are commonly grown in household gardens (tomatoes, bell peppers, jalapenos, and herbs).