Casserole

Quick Dinners for Busy Moms

I don’t know about y’all, but fall is a busy time for my family. We have school starting, soccer starting, church activities starting back up, plus our regular daily things. Dinner can end up suffering because of all the activity because we are so busy running. I hope to ease this stressful time by offering …

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Grandma’s Italian Goulash

Originating in Hungary and made popular by cowboys, the term goulash typically refers to thick meat-based stew often made with cuts of boneless diced red meat accompanied by potatoes or pasta. This Italian version uses less expensive, yet equally delicious ground beef and easy to find elbow macaroni. Follow these steps to create an amazingly …

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Asparagus Frittata

A frittata is the Italian version of the French omelet. There are, however, a few differences between an omelet and a frittata. Unlike an omelet, a frittata is cooked slowly over low heat. While an omelet usually contains filling ingredients added after the eggs have cooked, the ingredients in a frittata are blended into the …

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Country Breakfast Casserole

INGREDIENTS: 1 tablespoon olive oil, divided 5 cups frozen Washington hash brown potatoes (diced unseasoned) 1 cup chopped red onion 1 cup chopped red bell pepper 4 fully cooked turkey sausage patties, 60% less fat, chopped or 1 bag (9.6 oz.) cooked turkey sausage crumbles 6 egg whites 3 whole eggs ¾ cup 2% milk …

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