Many of the recipes I make myself come from the need to make a quick lunch. My challenge? To include whatever ingredient I’m currently doing for Apples to Ziti.
A frittata is super simple to make as long as you have an oven-safe skillet.
Here is the RECIPE Feta & Tomato Frittata Recipe and SHOPPING LIST Feta & Tomato Frittata Shopping List!
You’re going to love how simple and cheap this is to make!
Looking for something filling, delicious, and good for you? Look no further!
I discovered this recipe during my second pregnancy and have been making it ever since. If I’m making the recipe for just me (which is often the case), I will make a recipe for four and just add the eggs when ever I’m in the mood for eggs throughout the week. Making it for more than one person is simple too, AND, of course, it’s budget-friendly!
The hot sauce is optional but I like a little kick now and again with my eggs 🙂
SHOPPING LIST: 1 red onion, 1 red bell pepper, 1 can black beans (low-sodium, if possible), 8 eggs, 1/3 cup pepper jack cheese (or cheddar if you don’t like it spicy), 1 large tomato (or two small ones), 1 small avocado, tortillas (recipe calls for 10-inch, burrito size)
Stapes to be sure you have: Canola oil, Chili flakes, Cooking Spray, Salt & Pepper
Some optional items: sour cream, salsa, hot sauce
Just to be sure I get the word out I thought I would make a special post just to announce the FREE coffee beans being given away this week! CONTEST ENDS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21st at MIDNIGHT! Winner will be announced on Saturday!
PASS IT ON!
You can be entered up to THREE times by doing these three things:
1. Follow the Apples to Ziti blog!
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3. 3. Tweet out @applestoziti on Twitter with the blog’s website (applestoziti.wordpress.com)
The coffee beans come from a new Arizona roasting house:
Sagebrush Coffee http://www.sagebrushcoffee.com/
Sagebrush Coffee is a gourmet coffee roasting house. They select top-quality coffee beans from all around the world. Their roasting process is unlike most roasting houses in that they roast in micro batches, pulling the best flavor possible from the beans. They are offering free-shipping through the end of the year, too!
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This post is only for “Apple Tarts” but I did do another “A is for Apple” dessert: Apple Tatin! You can find that HERE!
I really LOVE these dessert recipes I found because they are fancy, decadent and delicious! However, they are not super complicated to make, and they don’t require a bunch of ingredients that I will use one time and then never use again.
They both come from Ina Garten and they are her take on French dessert classics.