I do like green eggs

In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day and my love of breakfast, I combined the green with the fast. But instead of using green food dye, I steamed broccoli.

2 cups broccoli
8 eggs
about 3 tablespoons water

Steam broccoli for 3 minutes or until tender and process in food processor until it has a pesto consistency.

Heat skillet ( low-medium heat) spray with cooking spray.

Crack eggs and stir together with water. Pour into skillet and stir eggs to make scrambled eggs. Cook about 30 seconds and stir in broccoli mixture.

Cook until eggs are scrambled and cooked.

Enjoy!

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St. Patrick’s Day Brownie Chocolate Chip Cookies

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I found a new product, that I just had to try out. Immaculate Baking Gluten Free Brownie Cookies and Chocolate Chip Cookies. With St. patrick’s Day nearly here, I put a spin to these cookies.

1 package Immaculate Baking Brownie Cookies

1 package Immaculate Baking Chocolate Chip Cookies

12 Andes Mints

Preheat oven to 325. Break mint candy in half and break each cookie in half.

Press brownie cookie half flat, place mint candy in center, then place chocolate chip half on top roll dough together to create a ball.

Place cookie dough on baking sheet about 2 inches apart.

Bake 15-18 minutes, or until set and slightly golden brown.

Cool 5 minutes before removing from pan.

Happy and safe St. patrick’s Day!

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Sweet Potato Chili

Even though the days are getting warmer and longer; its hard to move away from the soups we have grown so used to to keep us warm. Keeping that in mind and my love of sweet potatoes, I worked up this recipe.

Recipe:

1 large sweet potato, sliced and quartered in thick slices

1/2 cup coined carrots

2 cans dice tomatoes

1 can cannelloni beans, drained and rinsed

1 can chili beans, drained and rinsed

1 cup corn

Black pepper, chili powder, and paprika

In large sauce pan, heat to medium and added sweet potatoes and carrots.Cook 2 minutes, stirring. Add tomatoes and both kinds of beans, stir. Add corn and season to taste (I am not a heat fan, but add as much as you can handle).

Bring to a boil, lower heat and simmer for 25-30 minutes.

Enjoy!

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Pancake Day

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Its National Pancake Day, yea! You know what I am having for supper.

What is your favorite way to jazz up your pancakes? I tried adding a tablespoon of cocoa powder.

What about an egg over easy?

Enjoy your National Pancake Day, however you choose!

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