1 Bell Pepper (your choice of color), chopped
1/2 small onion (purple or yellow), chopped
2 medium tomatoes, slices in half moons
4 tablespoons salsa
4 pieces of sliced bread (white, wheat, rye, sourdough, your choice)
Salt and Pepper
2 large sliced of real, natural cheese (cheddar, Tillister, gouda, your choice)
Omelette: Lighlty saute the bell pepper, onions, salt and pepper with Sunflower oil (or your favorite oil) in a medium sized skillet, remove half and set aside.
Crack three eggs into to skillet (with half the vegetable mix), stir to mix everything-breaking the yolks on medium/ medium low heat.
Once the eggs start firming up on the bottom, flip entire egg-veggie mixture over (like a flap jack), place half a slice of cheese on the cooked side of the egg mixture.
Once the second side has fully cooked (the eggs are not runny nor crispy-burned) fold the omelette in half over the slice of cheese and remove from the pan (cut this in half to create 2 omelettes)
Repeat these steps with the last 3 eggs and remaining half of bell pepper-onion mix (for 2 more omelletes.)
On eachof four plates: Half of each omellette (topped with salsa), half a banana, half a sliced tomatoe, and a piece of toast (with honey drizzeled on top and cut in half)
Baking is vastly becoming one of my favorite methods of cooking–it does not require constant attention, stirring, and often, it does not even require multiple pots, pans, bakeware–which is super nice and easy peasy when it comes to cleaning up. Who really wants to spend extra time doing prep, maintence cooking and clean–up when there are adventures to be had and life to be lived!!!
Baked Chicken Meal:
Small-Medium Chicken (rinsed)
1 Large Sweet Potatoe (use fork to prick holes in the skin)
1 medium Zuchinni (halved or quartered to fit in the dish)
1 Medium White or Purple Onion, Halved
Put all the items into a baking dish or roasting pan, sprinkle salt and pepper (or your favorite seasoning mix) on top, cover with aluminium foil (or lid if using a roasting pan)
Put entire baking dish (roasting pan) into the oven at 325 degrees Farenheit, bake for 90 minutes (or until the chicken is thoroughly cooked thru to the bone) and Serve.
I used what produce is in season at the moment, making the meal super inexpensive. Also, by purchasing the whole chicken on sale, the meal came out very cheap.
This recipe can be easily altered for a larger group, simple double, triple or adjust to your group size and needs—