In the recipe it calls for Bakewell Cream, which is King Arthur’s own brand. We actually used cream of tartar in place of it. The recipe says to omit the baking soda and substitute 2 tsp of baking soda. We also substituted 1/2 lb of turkey bacon for real bacon. All in all, this recipe was quick and easy. And the kids loved it as well.
Hope You Enjoy!
Disclaimer: I was not compensated for this post. I was just sharing something good to eat! I am not affiliated with KAF, i just like some of there stuff.
Have you tried these yet, They are scrumptious! Tyson may have hit a soft spot with most adults and kids. Who doesn’t like chicken patties. Especially mini ones!
The boys and I made a trip to Walmart to pick some up. We always like quick-lunch ideas. They are not sold in every store, but here is a link to check if they are at yours. Tyson Store Locator. If your store has them give them a try. Also they have a promotion for a Buy 2 get a $5 Walmart gift card.
We had them for lunch when we got home from the store. They were quick and definitely good. I’m not always a fan of microwave food, usually they don’t taste great to me. These may changed my mind. They were juicy and delicious.
I think these would be awesome for a quick-lunch to keep in the fridge at work. Check out these simple instructions. The boys liked them, we even grab them out for a quick snack and divide 2 sandwiches into 4 halves. Add a few Cheetos and they bring smiles!
If you like these let me know, leave me a comment. If you would like to check out our shopping trip with more pics, check out my Google+ Story. Check out the conversation on Twitter with the following hash-tags. #TysonGoodness #CBias
Hope you Enjoy them!
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I am obsessed with fixing things. Broken or not i will fix it or prepare mentally to fix it. So when i came across this box of Velveeta Cheesy Skillet sitting in our cupboard I got excited. We use Velveeta products regularly, and I like them. Even though this meal is good the way it was meant to be prepared, it was time to modify the poor little candidate!
First of all I like meat, especially Hamburger. For a while now the quality of or Beef supply seems to be slowly progressing southward. I think a lot of it comes from the increased use of corn products to feed the animals. Thats another topic though. I have been looking for alternatives to this processed hamburger. So i directly think of Chicken. A wonderful little meat it is! Very versatile, quick to cook and can be used for substitution pretty much anywhere. We recently was given 40lbs of Chicken from Zaycon Foods. Let me say this is some yummy Chicken. I took a whole breast and diced it to replace the hamburger, Added a little Sweet Onion, and at the end about 1/2c of Picante Sauce. What a surprise!
Total Time: 15m
1 T Olive Oil
1C Chopped Ham
1C Chopped Red Onion
2 Med Eggs
2 Slices Bread
1/4C Diced Tomato
1/8C Cheddar Jack Cheese
Butter for Bread
Pre-heat skillet with Oil.
Beat the Eggs till uniform.
Saute Ham and Onions.
Stir together and cook till set.
Toast your bread and Butter it.
Place Omelet on Bread.
Top with Tomato and Cheese.
Pepper to taste.