All American Cheeseburger
2.) Slice the red onion, tomato and pull apart 6 lettuce leaves. Put veggies in refrigerator.
3.) In large skillet; Using medium heat, Place 6 formed patties and fry for about 20 minutes. Turning over every 3 to 5 minutes. If you prefer medium rare lessen cook time.(undercooked meat may cause illness)
4.) Turn heat off and place American cheese on patties. Let cheese slices sit for a minute or so to melt.
5.) Place a patty per bun and put veggies on top. Add condiments of your choice. Serve with French fries/potato chips. Enjoy :)
4 c. Nacho cheese
4 c. black beans; refried
1 c. Green onions; chopped
1 c. Jalapeño peppers; sliced
1 c. Whole kernel corn
4 Lettuce leaves; shredded
Sour cream; optional
Prep time : 5 minutes Cook time : 10 minutes
1.) In microwavable bowl; Heat nacho cheese according to directions on container.
2.) In separate bowl warm refried black beans for about 4 minutes in microwave/med. pot on stovetop.
3.) The whole kernel corn will be used at room temperature. Grab tortilla chips and start by spooning nacho cheese on top of chips.
4.)Spoon black beans over melted cheese; Add remaining toppings. Enjoy:)
Serves 4 to 6
Family and friends will be asking you for this caramel peanut apple dip! It's rich and easy to make. It's also Kid-friendly , so let them join the fun:)
Quick meal ideas for dinner/lunch :
Delicious Alternative To The Traditional Cobb Salad.Quick & Low Fat !
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Egg Salad Sandwich
2 Tbsp. Mayonnaise
1 Tsp . Kosher salt
1 Tsp . Yellow mustard/Dijon style mustard
1 Tsp. Dill relish
Pinch of white pepper
4 Kaiser rolls/wheat bread
Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 15 minutes
2.) Allow the eggs to cool in a large bowl of cold water for 5 minutes. Peel and chop the eggs into medium chunks.
3.) Mix together chopped eggs, mayonnaise, kosher salt, yellow mustard, dill relish & white pepper.
4.) Spoon egg salad onto Kaiser rolls/wheat bread. Serve with baked beans. Enjoy :)
3 Tips for Easy Meal Planning
Where has the family dinner hour gone? There once was a time when we would all come home from a long day and sit down with our family for a nice home-cooked meal. In today's fast paced world, we need more bonding time with the family. One might say that in today's day where people pile way too much on the plate of life, that it is impossible to have a family dinner everyday. I disagree. Wouldn't you like to get back to the way it used to be?
One way to make family dinners easier to prepare is by planning ahead. Often times I find myself going to the grocery store every other day to pick up needed items, and this is how family time gets lost. Spend a little time planning out dinner ideas for the coming week. Pick meals that are quick and easy for your dinners during the week and save the more time consuming recipes for the weekend. Did you know that software has been developed that makes meal planning a breeze? With a click of the mouse you can organize your recipe collection into daily meal plans complete with nutrition facts and shopping lists. With the computer generated shopping list you won't have to worry about forgetting a needed item when you go grocery shopping.
Another great way to ensure that your family eats together most nights of the week is to share the responsibility of preparing dinner. It can be difficult for one family member to be responsible for cooking everyday. Each member of the family can take turns cooking each night. This is also a good way to add some new flavors to your meals since each member may have a different cooking technique. For those family members who don't cook often, this can prove to be a great learning experience. Review each family member's weekly schedule and delegate the meal preparation tasks such as grocery shopping, cooking, and clean up. Working as a team is a great way to build strength as a family.
"Not meatloaf again!" I'm sure everyone has heard the complaints from that same meal being served week after week. Keep your family dinners exciting by trying different variations of your favorite recipes. An even better idea would be to test out some new recipes. Surprise your family with a delicious new dinner tonight and they will be sure to come back to the dinner table tomorrow.
Nothing is more important than your family. It's worth the effort to make sure that your family eats together daily. Besides the needed nutrition, this time spent together will help open the lines of communication and make your family bond stronger.
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Tropical Ice-cream Punch
2 liter Strawberry soda
6 cups Vanilla ice-cream
Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 5 minutes
2.) Gently spoon the 6 cups of vanilla ice-cream into tropical punch and strawberry soda. Stir and serve while chill. Enjoy :)
Fruit Cocktail Pie
1-12oz. container Cool-whip
2 cups mini marshmallows; mixed fruit flavor
1 Graham cracker crust
Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 1 hour
2.) Spoon all the mixed ingredients into graham cracker crust. Cover and chill for about an hour. Enjoy :)