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Easy Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Pecans

Quick and easy roasted brussels sprouts with bacon and pecans - This simple recipe is baked in the oven with garlic and optional Parmesan cheese. How to make the best roasted brussels sprouts. Toss with olive oil and spices and into the pan. Low carb, gluten free, whole 30, paleo.

I love brussels sprouts. I know they’re an often hated vegetable, but I think they are really yummy, especially when roasted and mixed with bacon. Because, you know, bacon.  We have been making these roasted brussels sprouts for years, and we always enjoy them.  Because the bacon and pecans are totally optional, you can take the extra time to add them if you have it, or you can leave them out and have awesome brussels sprouts a little quicker. They’re great either way. But come on. Bacon. Anyway, have you ever seen a brussels sprouts plant? It’s a curious stalk … Read more

The Best Broccoli Salad Recipe

The Best Broccoli Salad You'll Ever Eat

I love broccoli. I love it raw, baked, drenched in cheese, and splashed with balsamic vinegar. I’ve never met a broccoli dish I didn’t like. When Joe and I were thinking about adding a vegetable dish to our beloved Thanksgiving feast, we both thought of broccoli, but neither of us had a recipe in mind. Suddenly, it was the night before our feast, and we still hadn’t decided on a recipe. I took matters into my own hands. I was glad to have a couple of bags of Beneforté® broccoli. It’s washed, cut in bite-sized pieces, and ready to use, so … Read more

Omelet Roll Up

omelet roll recipe

I really wanted to call this an egg roll, but that has a whole different connotation, doesn’t it? But it is a rolled up egg, so egg roll fits. Allie napped especially soundly in her bouncy seat this past Wednesday (a rare event), leaving Grace and I time to do one of our favorite activities together – cooking! Somehow, I’d amassed 3 dozen eggs in my refrigerator, and I wanted to use the older ones up. I knew this recipe required a whole dozen eggs, so it was perfect. This was fun for Grace and I to make, and she … Read more

Bacon Cheddar Breakfast Biscuits

Bacon & Cheddar Biscuits Recipe - Made with Bisquick, bacon, and lots of cheddar cheese, these breakfast or brunch biscuits are amazing! Perfect comfort food! Also great for dinner!

My husband, bless his soul, makes breakfast for Grace and I every morning before he leaves for work. Often, he makes chocolate chip pancakes or pours a bowl of cereal. I think I’m going to add these biscuits to our morning rotation. I think they’d be awesome cut in half and made into an egg and cheese sandwich. This guest post if from my friend, Angie, whose blog, The Jammie Girl, is part chat with a girlfriend over a glass of sweet tea, part conversation overheard in the grocery store checkout line, and part Thanksgiving dinner with the crazy branch … Read more

Chicken Bacon Ranch Quesadillas

How to make the best chicken bacon ranch quesadillas - Topped with sour cream, these cheesy chicken sandwiches are full of melted goodness. Perfect simple and easy weeknight dinner!

I loooooove quesadillas, and we have a fancy little quesadilla maker at home. We used to use it about once a week although since I no longer eat tortillas, we’ve slowed down quite a bit. Quesadillas are a great weeknight dinner because they include protein, dairy, and a little bit of carbs, and you can even throw in some veggies. Plus, you can make one in about five minutes with virtually no prep. I suppose if you had a family of 10 people, it would become a pretty lengthy process, but for our family of four, quesadillas are super quick. … Read more

Warm Turkey Bacon Wrap

How do you organize your recipes? I need a better system. We will eat a recipe every week for months, and then one of us gets sick of it. It gets tucked into a cookbook or onto a shelf, and we don’t eat it again for a year. If we’re lucky, one of us finds it when looking for something, and the process starts all over. This recipe is one of those. We used to keep the supplies on hand all the time; we ate them at least twice a week. We may start eating them often again. I think … Read more