Make healthier recipes like this kitchen garden omelet by growing an organic garden and cooking from your own kitchen garden. Using vegetables and herbs straight from your home garden is about the most organic way (provided you don’t use toxic pesticides) to make your own home-cooked meals. Add chickens to your yard, and eat organic eggs for even more healthy meals. Eggs are filling and satisfying on any morning. When eating a nutritious omelet for breakfast or brunch, it helps to make it through the day until dinner.   Want to skip the details for the recipe? Click here:Read More →

Pick up a few cans of crescent rolls to make easy breakfast, brunch, and lunch meals or snack foods. Make a skillet breakfast like this New Year’s Eve egg and veggie dish. Start by mixing your choice of vegetables… Pop the crescent rolls into the oven… Easy Crescent Menu Ideas Egg & Veggie Crescents Chicken salad croissants Chicken pockets Pigs in a blanket (with Little Smokies) The egg and veggie crescents are simple to make. But if you need a recipe, here you go: Crescent rolls filled with eggs and veggies Crescents are good by themselves or as a meal. If you like breakfast asRead More →

Include broccoli in your omelet. Little florets with lots of cheese makes a yummy veggie omelet breakfast.                 Steamed Broccoli I like steamed broccoli. The best way to cook broccoli is boil it in water for five minutes, turn off the burner, cover the pot, and let it set for 20 minutes. You get tender broccoli that isn’t overcooked to mush. The last time I made an omelet with broccoli, I just added small florets with the eggs. It tasted awful. Too crunchy for me. Crunchy broccoli is great if eating it raw, dipped in ranch dressing. ThisRead More →

A Holiday French Fried Onion Breakfast Recipe You know the holiday season is around the corner when you start thinking of a green bean casserole topped with French’s Crispy Fried Onions. But those crispy onions make good toppings on breakfasts, too. Celebrate Labor Day weekend with French Fried Onion Spinach and Eggs. Great recipe. Easy.Read More →

Egg Free and Dairy Free Omelet Egg lovers, imagine 21 days without an omelet or two fried eggs with toast, butter, and jelly. That’s what you face when you decide to go on a 21-day purification program that only allows vegetables, fruit, and whole food supplements with chicken and fish added the second week. Here’s proof that you can go to a restaurant with a group for breakfast and eat an Egg-less (and cheese-less) Vegetable Omelet! I did it! Order a Veggie Omelet without an Egg at a Restaurant My blogger group planned to meet for breakfast, and I was tempted to cheat at first.Read More →

How to Order Eggs How do you order your eggs: fried, boiled, poached or scrambled? Or maybe you like omelets. Knowing how to order eggs is harder than it should be. The next time you go out for breakfast, for instance, order fried eggs other than the typical four ways – sunny side up, over easy, over medium, and over hard. See what happens when you order over-medium-well fried eggs.Read More →

 A Summer Breakfast Swiss Chard Colorful swiss chard at the farmers market looks so beautiful! How can a food that looks that pretty be edible as well as nutritious? When I looked up this vegetable to learn about the nutrition, The World’s Healthiest Foods website suggests that only the white stems are good to eat. However, I stir fry the colored stems, too, and they are excellent cooked that way. I discovered other recipes of Swiss chard with a variety of ways to cook the stems as well as the leaves and colored stems such as these websites: poorandglutenfree.blogspot.com – I love Poor and Gluten Free’sRead More →

Having trouble losing weight? If you have tried to lose weight and the scales say the same thing they always say or even creep up a little, don’t give up trying. For months, I’ve been stuck on the same thing and really wanted to drop some pounds off. A couple months ago, I visited my daughter and her family. When I’m there, I like to cook for them and make special things for my little granddaughters. Well, I guess I indulged too much on the goodies (and I wasn’t even baking on that visit). My clothes started to fit uncomfortably. By the time I cameRead More →