• BLP (Bacon, Lettuce, Pickled Egg)
    Holidays,  Sandwiches

    BLP (Bacon, Lettuce, Pickled Egg)

    BLP ( Bacon, Lettuce, Pickled Egg)  Watch this recipe – Youtube  Pin this recipe – Pinterest I thought I would keep this week’s recipe super simple. We have been on the go for the past few weeks and I haven’t had much time to edit new recipes. I do have plenty of cool ones coming soon, though! One of my favorite things to eat after a holiday is one of these BLP’s. It’s a delicious way to use up any left-over pickled eggs before they go bad. Normally, I will add leftover turkey to this sandwich, but we had ham instead of turkey this year for Easter. You could add…

  • Holidays

    French Toast Bites

    French Toast Bites  For the past 4 years we have hosted Christmas dinner at our house. My family comes early Christmas morning and the house is instantly filled with laughter as we sip our coffee and open gifts . Normally, for breakfast, we just indulge in left over cookies and pie from the previous nights Christmas eve party. This is remarkably satisfying but I have always wanted to make Christmas breakfast for everyone to enjoy. Something they would look forward to Christmas morning. I want the house to smell like Christmas when they walk in. Keep it Simple Whatever I choose to make has to be something quick and easy…

  • Dip recipes
    Appetizers

    French dip… DIP!

      * This recipe was adapted from the recipe Hot Artichoke dip; found at the top of page 6 in the cook -book 100 best Appetizer Recipes. You can find this cookbook at 5 below, which is where I purchased the book. A few weeks ago I was at the 5 below store when I came across a few cool cookbooks that I knew I wanted for my collection. While flipping through the books on the way home, I found a recipe for a hot artichoke dip. Now, I am no fan of artichokes; but this recipe had my recipe inventing wheels turning. My hubby is a HUGE fan of…

  • Grilled Cheese recipe
    Main Dish

    Loaded Cheese Fry Grilled Cheese

    // If you are looking for a way to spice up a boring ole grilled cheese sandwich, this is the recipe for you. Trust me; this is not your momma’s grilled cheese. It’s loaded with bacon, minute steak, and of course french fries; but what really takes this sandwich to the next level is the chili srachara mayo that is smothered on the top and bottom of this sandwich. ** This would be a great recipe to use up left over french fries from take out! Lets cut to the chase; shall we? Ingredients for 2 sandwiches: 4 pieces of bread ( I used the pre-sliced Italian. Do not use thick…