First off, I cook and prepare my meats. I used about 1/2 cup of each kind of meat.
While the bacon and sausage are cooking, I crack 12 eggs in a bowl. I add 1/2 cup of milk, salt, pepper, garlic, minced onion, chives, and shredded cheese and beat well. I like to use the Mac & Cheese blend shredded cheese from Walmart, but any kind will work. Stir in your meats.
Pour in a greased pie dish or baking dish and bake at 350 degrees for 50-60 minutes or until casserole is set.
Can you say delicious?! This is a great low carb breakfast if you are trying to watch your calories or if you have wrestlers in the house like me! haha!
I love the pop of color the chives give it and of course the flavor too! Will you be trying this recipe?
These are my go to food for any party or event we go to! They are guaranteed to be a hit! You can also make a lighter version of these by using low fat cream cheese and low carb/fat tortillas.
Start off by mixing your cream cheese and powdered ranch together. I like to let the cream cheese sit out for awhile to make it easer to mix. Next spread your mixture on the tortilla, add the ham and pickle spears and roll them up. I usually use 5-6 slices of ham depending on the size of tortilla you are using.
*2 8oz. Bags Shredded Cheese-I used Kraft Triple Cheddar
*1/4 Cup Chopped Onion-optional
*2 Tbsp. Minced Garlic
*Salt & Pepper
*1 Tbsp. Seasoned Salt
*1 Tbsp. Onion Powder
*1 Cup Frozen Peas-optional
-To make a lighter version of this dish, simply substitute lower fat/light ingredients. I have done this several times and it turns out just as yummy!
Who doesn’t love a simple crockpot meal? I know I sure do! Throw it all together in the morning and forget about it!
Start by turning your crockpot to low and adding all the ingredients except for the peas. I prefer to use liners for my crockpot to avoid the hassle of having to clean my pot afterwards. You can find these in the baggie and tin foil isle at the store. Stir occasionally. Cook on low for 6-8 hours. Add frozen peas 30 minutes before you plan on serving.
As I mentioned before the onion and peas are optional but I personally love the flavor the onions give to the dish and the color that the peas add. Honestly, I’m not a huge fan of peas, but I love them in this dish.