Don’t make crap, make crepes! Enjoy these light and delicate flat pancakes known as crepes for your next Sunday brunch.
2 cups Food Club® milk
4 Food Club® eggs
3 tbs. Food Club® butter, melted
1 tbs. Food Club® sugar
1 tsp. Food Club® vanilla
1 1/2 cups Food Club® flour
pinch of salt
In a large mixing bowl, combine all ingredients and mix until completely smooth.
Heat a medium size non-stick pan over medium-high heat and add 1/4 cup of the batter into the pan. Swirl around the mixture until it coats the base of the pan evenly and cook for 1-2 minutes. Gently lift the crepe and flip, cook for 1-2 more minutes.
Serve with your favorite toppings like chocolate-hazelnut spread, fresh fruit, and whipped cream. Enjoy!
Everyone has their favorite cheesy potatoes recipe, but we’re bringing you the ultimate recipe. Give this easy and cheesy potato recipe a try for any upcoming get together.
1 bag frozen hash browns
3 cans cream of chicken soup
2 cups cheddar cheese
4 tbs. melted butter
Pinch of salt and pepper
Heat oven to 350 degrees. Grease 9×13 inch pan.
Mix hash browns, cream of chicken soup, cheddar cheese, butter and salt and pepper together. Add to 9×13 inch pan and bake for 45 minutes or until golden brown. Serve with ham and rolls for the perfect comfort meal.
Looking for a perfectly moist and savory ham? We have your cure! Try this extremely easy ham recipe to be the center of attention for your Easter feast.
Butt or Shank Ham
Heat oven to 350 degrees.
Wrap ham tightly in 2-3 layers of tin foil and put in baking dish or on baking sheet. Bake in oven for 30 minutes per pound. Let rest for 30 minutes before removing tin foil and carving. Serve warm or cold and enjoy!
With so many egg options, how are you supposed to know which ones you like best, how to make them, or (at the very least) what to order at your favorite breakfast joint? We have put together a guide to all things egg so that you can enjoy your protein packed, make-it-or-break-it breakfast essential at any time of the day.
A hard boiled egg isn’t just necessary for Easter Deviled Eggs (though delicious), you can enjoy them by themselves for breakfast, crushed in a salad, or in a sandwich. A hard boiled egg is cooked in a rolling boil in its shell to create a fully cooked (hard) yolk.
Scrambled eggs, though made in a variety of ways, are the most beloved of all the egg cooking varieties. To make the perfect scrambled eggs, heat a pan over medium-high heat, add 1 tbs. of butter per egg and continually mix the mixture until you have reached a soft scramble. Add a splash of milk and cheese or seasoning, mix and serve.
Sunny Side Up
Say good morning to the sun with a sunny side up egg. In our opinion, sunny side up eggs are best paired with cubed potatoes or over toast so that the yolk can run and combine all of the breakfast flavors.
Over easy eggs are essential a sunny side up turned upside down. These are great to enjoy on burgers or really anything that requires the buttery taste of the egg white and the runny goodness of the yolk. Note: do be sure to use a non-stick pan. The flip can be extremely tricky.
A poached egg is often served in the most eggtastic way with a Hollandaise sauce. To create egg-filled dish, start with the poached egg. bring 4-5 inches of water to a simmer, add a dash of vinegar, and swirl the water just before adding the egg. Cook the egg for 8-10 minutes until the white have solidified and the yolk is still runny. In the meantime, make the Hollandaise sauce by whisking the yolks, lemon juice and water over very low heat. Then add butter slowly until sauce has come together. Drizzle the Hollandaise sauce over your perfectly poached eggs for a breakfast of champions.
It’s the season for perfectly sweet strawberries and there’s no better way to use them than in dessert. This recipe is a single serving, but don’t feel like you can’t double, triple, or even quadruple the recipe to share with your friends and family.
1 cub strawberries
2 tbs. sugar
1 tbs. lemon juice
1 cup Full Circle oats
1/4 cup brown sugar
2 tbs. butter, softened
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Over medium high heat, mix strawberries, sugar, and lemon juice in a medium sauce pan. Bring to a boil and reduce to a simmer for 10-15 minutes until the strawberries have reduced and thickened.
While the strawberries are reducing, mix oats, butter, and brown sugar until well combined.
Pour the strawberries into a seasoned cast iron pan and top with oat mixture. Bake for 25-30 minutes until oat topping has browned. We personally recommend enjoying with ice cream.
Shopping in-season produce not only saves you money but also gives you the freshest options! It’s starting to get warmer outside and with the warmer weather comes all the Spring time produce. We compiled a list of some of March’s best produce along with some tips and recipes!
Artichokes are actually flowers that have not bloomed yet, and they are extremely healthy for you! But how does one tackle this vegetable? First, make sure you buy a good one. You want the leaves of the vegetable to be closed, and when squeezed, they should squeak- both of these indicate a fresh artichoke. Once you have your artichoke, start by cutting off the tops of the leaves, then slice off about an inch from the top. Thoroughly rinse the artichoke. You can steam, grill, stuff, bake, you name it – whatever you want, just make sure to add this tasty and fun vegetable into your life!
Asparagus get a lot of talk – some of it good and some of it bad. For those of us who love asparagus, we know that Spring time means fresh asparagus time! You want to choose firm, bright green stalks. There are different stalk thicknesses you need to choose from – thin/pencil size works best for sautéing and steaming, while the thicker stalks are easier to handle when grilling, roasting and baking. Asparagus can be added to almost anything! Click herefor some of our asparagus recipes! Sautéed, roasted, baked, steamed or left raw and added to a salad there are many ways to love asparagus.
Broccoli, the vegetable we all used to pretend were little trees when we were younger. Now we start to appreciate how good for our bodies broccoli is! Choose broccoli with bright green, tightly packed florets. In addition to eating raw alone or in salads, broccoli is also really yummy when cooked! Coat your broccoli with olive oil and your favorite seasonings, sprinkle with some lemon juice and Parmesan cheese and then bake.
Radishes are a very healthy root vegetable. When choosing your radishes from the store start with the leaves, you want them to look fresh and be bright green. You want the radish bulb to be hard and smooth. Before we talk about the bulb of the radish, let’s talk about the radish leaves. The greens are really tasty sautéed in olive oil with garlic and salt and pepper. They can also be added to soups or they can be eaten raw too! The radish bulb can also be eaten raw or cooked too! Butter and salt are a yummy way to enjoy raw radishes. Roasted radishes is also a great way to enjoy them – cut them in half, add onions, and other seasonings and cook until a fork goes in easily.
Mushrooms definitely have a place on many people’s favorite pizzas, they can also be used in many different ways. When picking mushrooms from the store you want large, firm mushrooms. Slice the mushrooms in half and sautée them with some olive oil, garlic and parsley! Make sure you don’t overcrowd the mushrooms, they should be in a single layer. Try this Butternut Noodles with Creamy Bacon Sauce recipe with mushrooms on top!