Come and see what I will be cooking up on Marilyns Treats this week!
This is what I featured the week of 12-23 to 1-3 on my blog. On Tuesday morning was an IHop Spinach and Mushroom Omelette Knockoff. Wednesday was a Meat Lovers Hash Brown Casserole . And wrapping up the first week of 2020 was a Weight Watchers Pot Roast in a Slow Cooker. Enjoy!
If you missed what I served up last week please click Serving This Week 12-16 to 12-20.
Take fresh spinach, mushrooms, onions and Swiss cheese, then roll them into this fluffy omelette and top it with hollandaise and fresh, diced tomatoes.
Serve your omelette with your choice tomato, avocado or asparagus!
Nothing tastes better than homemade. Trust the ingredients in your food.
Hollandaise sauce is a dish I love but have always been afraid to make at home. I saw this recipe and it seemed straight forward so I figured I would give it a try.
Voila! In two minutes I had my sauce. Add some cayenne pepper and a side of asparagus and Sunday breakfast was served!
Eat healthy with this IHOP Veggie Omelette knockoff #healthy #omelette
What is made from hash browns topped with bacon, ham, and sausage topped with two eggs, sausage gravy and cheddar cheese. This Meat Lovers Hash Brown Casserole!
This brunch is great on a Sunday morning when your family can’t decide what they want to eat.
Is is easy to make as a casserole so everyone is served at the same time.
Put hash brown mixture in pan, add the gravy, pour your egg mixture and let the shredded cheese melt all ooey and gooey on their plate.
Give the kids a job and have them make toast or throw a batch of biscuits in the oven while you dish out the casserole!
This Meat Lovers Hash Brown Casserole is a hit for the whole family.
And how often is it the cook can sit down together at the table and eat at the same time?
The best meals in my home are fast, hot, easy and inexpensive.
This Crock Pot dish by Weight Watchers is all that and healthy too! Rich and tender beef, SO many veggies… This is the way to do pot roast RIGHT. Second helpings are encouraged!
I like to make Crock Pot meals on days when I want our dinner ready and waiting when we get home. With 4 adults and one pre-teen we all have different schedules.
To be able to serve yourself a hot and nutritious meal is key in my home.
When I started the Weight Watcher program I had to totally learn how to cook! Cutting the sugars, carbs and starches from my recipes was daunting.
Including cooked veggies in the meal was nothing new for the family. But I love raw veggies and rarely eat cooked. That was hard getting used to.
Cooking the veggies in the crock pot absorbed the juices of the rest of the dish. That opened a while new world to me!
The over boiled canned veggies from my childhood were nothing like these!
I hope you all enjoy this low fat and delicious meal for not just the New Year, but for many more meals during the year.