There’s an Asian-market across the street from our doctor’s office, so when Dylan had an appointment I took the opportunity to go see what was new for the day while Loretta waited with him. I came across these little gluten-free rice dumplings and suddenly five ideas ran through my mind for soups that we could make, so I picked up a bag. The kids wanted meatballs for dinner though, so these prosciutto wrapped meatballs resting on top of the soup were the result …
Feeding a house full of people in a hurry to make it on time for bus-catching and clock-punching in the mornings can be a crazy mess and sometimes we slack off and fall into a trap of grabbing whatever for breakfast. In an effort to get the kids away from the popular chocolate puffed cereals and sugar coated toaster pastries, this morning I introduced them to Hungry Girl’s famous Egg Mugs!
Unfortunately, the camera is on the fritz and I don’t have any photos to share from our fun in the kitchen this morning, but it was definitely fun. I showed the boys how to add their ingredients and just pop it in the microwave for a quick hot breakfast that didn’t require a huge mess in the kitchen or a ton of measuring. Super easy.
Happy kids because they can make their own breakfast. Happy parents because they’re not eating sugar filled junk before they head out into the world for the day. Happy everyone because there’s no mess to clean up later. Everyone’s a winner
I was watching Ten Dollar Dinner with Melissa d’Arabian as host and she made this chicken that looked so easy and delious I had to try it. Try it for it yourself.
Enjoy your time in the kitchen!