Zesty Jalapeno and Bacon Deviled Egg Recipe and Choosing the Best Eggs

This Bacon Deviled Egg Recipe has been sponsored by CafeMom and Nellie's® Free Range Eggs. All opinions expressed here are my own. Summer is almost here and the weather is warming up quickly. In less than one month, our pool will be open for kids to swim in. The pool parties, BBQs, and picnics will soon begin in full force. Summer in the south means plenty of watermelon, grilled meat, and picnic side dishes. One of my all time favorite side dishes at summer picnics is deviled eggs. I absolutely LOVE them and found some amazing variations on … [Read more...]

Chocolate Raspberry Kaiserschmarrn Make a Simple yet Elegant Breakfast Recipe

This breakfast recipe has been sponsored by Egglands Best Egg's but all opinions expressed are my own. The Eggland’s Best coupons, information, and two gift cards have been provided by Eggland’s Best. We are a household of serious breakfast eaters. Well, except my husband who seems to think that coffee is an acceptable breakfast all by itself. The rest of us, however, usually sit down to a very substantial breakfast that includes just about every food group in fairly large quantities. Eating a big breakfast is actually supposed to be a … [Read more...]

Need Apple Recipes? Try this German Apple Pancake!

This apple recipes post was inspired by a product I received at no charge to review but all opinions expressed are my own. Fall is finally here and with it comes my favorite food: APPLES! I grew up in New England so I am very picky about my apples...I don't want them mealy or overly sweet. I want a nice, juicy McIntosh that is crisp and just a tad bit sweet. Since we are heading into peak apple season I have been browsing through apple recipes on the Internet. I am starting to see locally grown apples in my grocery store and while they … [Read more...]

Cereal Crusted French Toast #Recipe with Fruit Compote

One of my family's favorite dinners is actually breakfast! We do eggs quite a bit for dinner, sometimes as an omelette and others as french toast or a quiche. Eggs are an incredibly versatile food and offer plenty of protein as well. Sometimes eggs get a bad rap for being high in cholesterol but as long as you are healthy and eat a balanced diet a few eggs every week are not going to hurt you. In fact, skipping the steak and choosing eggs as your protein source is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint. We get most of our eggs from local … [Read more...]

Thai Omelet Soup Recipe with Tomatoes, Onion and Scallion

This Thai Omelet Soup with Tomatoes, Onion and Scallion is an easy soup recipe for busy weeknight meals.  If you are really ambitious, you can make your own vegetable stock and freeze it back.  Using peanut oil in this omelet soup gives it a wonderful flavor, however, you can use olive oil if you prefer.  Top your finished soup with quarters of fresh tomatoes and fresh green onions right before serving.   What is Thai Omelet Soup? You can also call this Thai omelette soup or just … [Read more...]

Have too many eggs? Make kaiserschmarrns!

I bet you are wondering what in the world a kaiserschmarrn is, huh? Well, the simple answer is somewhere between a crepe and a pancake. The origins are somewhere in the Austrian/German/Hungarian/Bavarian region. There are a ton of recipes and variations, I got this one from a girl I used to work with that was from Germany. It is quite often thought of as a desert but we eat ours for breakfast. Or, as we often like to do, breakfast for dinner! Here is our recipe...it is my daughter's favorite food of all time! I find you get one kaiserschmarrn … [Read more...]