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Filling Seasoned Eggs ~ Lifeofjoy.me

Filling Seasoned Eggs

Nicely seasoned fried eggs that fill you up.

Before Trim Healthy Mama (THM), I liked eggs. Before my low carb days, I’d eat them with well-buttered toast, one piece per egg. Of course I also preferred them with fried potatoes, bacon, sausage, and the like. ;) I only ever tolerated the whites; they just weren’t that tasty to me. And never did I even consider an egg white omelet! Is there any wonder I had a problem with my weight?

Enter various diets, messing up my metabolism, and finally the THM way of eating. I was struggling with getting the weight to move. I saw THM has a Stubborn Losers Menu, actually three of them. So back in September, Tiffany and I decided to give it a go. It worked wonderfully and I’ve incorporated some of the meals into my weekly menus. This is one of them, which I changed ever so slightly. ;) (in the THM Cookbook pg 243).

With this recipe I am able to eat just eggs for breakfast and be fine until the next meal/snack three hours later.

First you want 1/2 cup of egg whites. That was three large eggs for me today. You can buy egg whites in a carton but I have a hard time paying over two and a half dollars for what equals about a dozen eggs, when I can pay a mere fifty cents or so for a whole dozen eggs and can either save the yolks for cookies or custard or even feed them to some of our animals but I digress. ;)

Egg Separation ~ Lifeofjoy.me(Yeah, not so easy to take pictures of things that require two hands. ;) I enlisted Tiffany for a few.)

Spray a skillet with either olive or coconut oil. Or since these are an S meal, you can use butter or coconut oil. I usually forget and opt to just spray my pan.

Griddle Sprayed ~ Lifeofjoy.meI really like this short-sided pan for this because it makes it easier to flip the eggs. I think they call it a griddle but all the griddles I’ve ever seen are rectangular.  =))

I add the two whole eggs to the measuring cup. I think that centers the yolks a bit better.

Eggs and Extra Egg Whites ~ Lifeofjoy.mePour them onto the hot griddle.

Filling Eggs ~ Lifeofjoy.meNow it’s time to season them with some onion powder. Yes I said onion powder. Try it! Seriously. It’s good. Also add some oregano. Okay, here is where I deviated from their recipe. You can use whatever herbs you like; oregano is my favorite herb.

You also want to add some salt and pepper and nutritional yeast. Don’t be afraid of nutritional yeast. It is very healthy and yummy. It gives it a cheesy flavor. I didn’t care for nutritional yeast with my first bite but I gave it a couple more tries and I really like it now. Sometimes you just have to tell yourself you like it. And no, this is not the bad kind of yeast that wreaks havoc on so many people’s bodies; this is very good for you and even considered a superfood.

Seasoned Eggs ~ Lifeofjoy.meSince I was taking pictures, my egg whites got a little browned on the bottom but I’m okay with that. ;) Flipping them is a trick.

I use a big spatula and my regular one to ensure that it is not stuck to the pan.

Flipping the Big Egg ~ Lifeofjoy.meBig Egg Flipping ~ Lifeofjoy.meFlipped Big Egg ~ Lifeofjoy.meWhen it is finished cooking the egg white through I carefully ensure that it isn’t stuck to the pan and plate it. Sometimes I put my plate upside down on top of the eggs and flip the skillet over. ;)

Filling Seasoned Eggs ~ Lifeofjoy.meYeah, it stuck just a little, that is why you see that blaring white section in the middle, but it was good still. :)

Filling Seasoned Eggs ~ lifeofjoy.me

Filling Seasoned Eggs

Ingredients

  • 2 whole eggs
  • 1/2 cup egg whites (about 3 large eggs worth)
  • oregano
  • onion powder
  • salt
  • pepper
  • nutritional yeast (optional)
  • Little coconut oil or butter or coconut oil spray for cooking

Instructions

  1. Melt butter or spray a large skillet.
  2. Put egg whites and whole eggs in skillet.
  3. Season with onion powder, oregano, salt, pepper, and nutritional yeast (if using).
  4. Flip when whites are nearly cooked.
  5. Serve when all whites are cooked.
http://lifeofjoy.me/filling-seasoned-eggs/

It is nice to fill up on something so healthy for you without abusing calories, which means, I’ll lose weight. :) Yippee!!!

Until next time, God bless,

 Michele ºÜº

Ham

Super Easy and delicious ham.

I just buy the cheapest ham. This time it was a shank for 98¢ a pound from Aldi.

I learned that you are supposed to cut off the skin. I was shocked. I had Tiffany takes some pictures while I prepped one of the hams for the Holiday Bash last Friday. Place it with the flat side down.

Ham Prep ~ Lifeofjoy.meYou only want to cut the thick hide, not the thin bit. Trust me, you should be able to know the difference.

Ham Prep ~ Lifeofjoy.meJust keep pulling the thick skin back and cutting the fat close to the skin.

Ham Prep ~ Lifeofjoy.meHam Prep ~ Lifeofjoy.meHam Prep ~ Lifeofjoy.meThen  score it diagonally by cutting lines into the ham, first one direction, and then the other.

Ham Prep ~ Lifeofjoy.meHam Prep ~ Lifeofjoy.meAt this point you can put a glaze on it if you like. The last time I made them, I didn’t even remember that I did this before and it was still very good. ;)

For those on a low carb, keto, or THM eating plan, you can substitute Sukrin Gold for brown sugar, Sukrin Fiber syrup gold for maple syrup or the clear for honey in the ‘recipes’ here. There are some directions for prepping the ham there as well. Here is another website with a glaze and some directions.

I used the 2/3 cup maple syrup and 1 tbsp mustard last time I used a glaze but next time I will use 2/3 cup Sukrin Fiber syrup gold with the mustard. I don’t really know what good the mustard is but I used it last time and it was good. ;)

Bake 350º for 1 to 1 1/2 hours for a 10-12 pound ham.

Unfortunately,  I did not get a picture of the cooked ham. I was a bit busy getting the party started. So, maybe the next time I make one for us I’ll get some pictures of the final product.

Until next time, God bless,

 Michele ºÜº

 

Pizza Salad ~ Lifeofjoy.me

Pizza Salad

The flavors you love on a pizza over a bed of lettuce.

Well, we had a bit of a heat wave before the cooler temperatures are here, to stay I hope, and we had Pizza Salad.

Pizza Salad is super simple. You put whatever toppings you like on a pizza on top of a salad! Yep, I know, not really much of a recipe but it was good.

I took some chicken sausage links, removed the casings, and pinched it off into smaller pieces and browned them.

Browned Chicken Sausage ~ Lifeofjoy.meI also sautéed some onions and mushrooms because I love those on both pizza and a salad. :)

Make your base salad as plain or as jazzed up as you like. We just had some lettuce, a few sliced radishes, some diced yellow pepper, a little shredded carrot, and CHEESE the other night. I had some really good mozzarella from Aldi that we added to this with a little shredded cheddar. The mozzarella was really good and creamy.

Pizza Salad ~ Lifeofjoy.meI cut up a roma tomato because I had one that needed to be used. I put it in a side dish because not everyone likes tomato.

The first time I made this, we used some Parmesan cheese instead of the other cheeses. We also add pepperoni, either turkey or regular.

Pizza Salad 1 ~ Lifeofjoy.meOh! Tiffany likes sun-dried tomatoes, so we have those available too. Seriously, this is all about whatever flavors you like on your pizza. :) We love meaty pizzas, so we even add bacon bits sometimes. Ham is not out of the question either.

Some times I cut the pepperoni into quarters and sprinkle throughout the salad.

I served it with a homemade catalina that used tomato paste in it. I cannot remember which one now but I think it was a mix of these two here  (eliminated the honey) and here (and I used an on-plan sweetener, not splenda).

Pizza Salad ~ Lifeofjoy.meEach person’s plate of salad looks a bit different. To each his own. :)

Tiff's Pizza Salad ~ Lifeofjoy.meSean's Pizza Salad ~ Lifeofjoy.mePizza Salad ~ lifeofjoy.meIt is almost silly to add a recipe but here goes anyway. :D

Pizza Salad

Ingredients

  • Lettuce or bagged salad (we like green leaf or butter leaf lettuce in a bag)
  • pizza toppings of choice:
  • pepperoni
  • sausage
  • bacon bits
  • ham
  • onion
  • bell pepper
  • mushrooms
  • tomatoes
  • sun dried tomatoes
  • cheese
  • shredded carrot
  • sliced radishes
  • dressing of choice, we use homemade Catalina or just plain olive oil

Instructions

  1. Cook the sausage.
  2. Assemble the lettuce and any toppings liked by all diners.
  3. Place optional items in side bowls to allow each individual to have the amounts of each thing they desire.
http://lifeofjoy.me/pizza-salad/

I hope you enjoy this.

Until next time, God bless,

 Michele ºÜº

Chicken ~ Lifeofjoy.me

Prep Chicken

Tender, moist chicken for easy lunches or to make dinner quicker.

I heard Trim Healthy Mama co-author, Pearl Barrett, mention at some point that she super prepared chicken. I didn’t know exactly what she meant, but I immediately thought about prepping by cooking some chicken breast in the crock pot.

This produces a great source of lean meat that can be used in any meal. It can be used in an “S”/keto meal, an “E” or “FP” /low fat meals. If it is used in an “S”/keto meal, simply add healthy fats. I have found that I need to have more fuel pull meals when I desire to lose weight.

I use this meat in Michael’s daily lunches. I get chicken breast for $1.89 a pound at Aldi which is significantly less than price of deli meat and even less than prepackaged lunch meat. Plus there’s the added benefit of having meat already cooked for addition to a casserole, soup, salad, or wrap.

I use a general seasoning but you could change it up if you desired, giving it a Mexican, Italian, Asian, or even Indian. The decision need only be based on the how you decide to use the meat. I keep it very basic, so that I can use it in any meal and just change the seasonings at the time I use it.

It is uber simple. You simply place the chicken breasts in the crock pot and season with salt, pepper, onion powder, and garlic powder. There are really no measurements, just sprinkle it on as you deem fit. You can always add more when you use it.

Prepped Chicken ~ Lifeofjoy.meSeasoning ~ Lifeofjoy.mePrepped Chicken ~ Lifeofjoy.meCook it on low for about 6 hours or on high for about 4. (I didn’t get pictures of the finished product last week, so I took them this week and that is why you will see more breasts and more seasonings in the following pictures.)

Chicken ~ Lifeofjoy.meWhen it is cooked and cooled, bag the meat and put the small amount of broth in a jar. Before you use the broth, remove the fat, if you are using it in and E or FP (low fat) meal, there won’t be much.

Bag Chicken ~ Lifeofjoy.meJust pull it out of the refrigerator and break off the amount you want to use.Bagged Chicken ~ Lifeofjoy.meI just break it apart to add it to Michael’s wraps for lunch or cut it up and add to a soup or casserole.

Yesterday I added it to konjac noodles for a nice stir fry.

Prepped Chicken ~ Lifeofjoy.me

I sincerely doubt this even needs a “recipe” but I’ll add it for ease of seeing the seasonings I add. ;)

Prep Chicken

Ingredients

  • 4-5 pounds chicken breast
  • salt
  • pepper
  • onion powder
  • garlic powder

Instructions

  1. Place chicken in crockpot in a single layer (or if you are doing more than fits in a single layer, season each layer of chicken breasts)
  2. Season as desired
  3. Cook on low for about 6 hours or high for about 4.
  4. Cool, bag, and refrigerate until needed. If it isn't used within a week, I'd recommend freezing it and use it in a soup or casserole upon thawing.
http://lifeofjoy.me/prep-chicken/

When I get home from running errands, I throw it in the crock pot and before bed be sure to bag and refrigerate it. And even though there is only about one to two cups of broth, save it! It is very flavorful.

I have found this so helpful and time saving. I recently made a dinner and was able to get it done more quickly because I already had my meat cooked.

Until next time, God bless,

Michele ºÜº

P.S. I have since found out that she super preps by roasting/baking three whole chickens in the oven. I think my way is easier and leaner. ;)

 

Eggs and Hash

Low-Carb veggies for breakfast! Simple, quick, and filling breakfast of eggs and zucchini.

This recipe is hardly a recipe at all but if you eat eggs several mornings every week, it can get boring to have them the same way every day. This is one way to have them and if you like a runny yolk, you can have your lovely over-easy eggs on top and let that yolk run onto the hash. Mmmm mmmm!

Now, I failed to take pictures of cutting the zucchini but it is really easy. I cut a small/medium zucchini into 4 slices down the length of the zucchini. Then cut eat slab into about 4 strips. Then cut those strips into small little cubes. :)

Put it in a skillet with a bit of coconut oil.Zucchini Hash ~ Lifeofjoy.meSeason as desired. I only used a bit of salt and a tiny bit of pepper.

Cook until desired doneness.

Zucchini for Breakfast ~ Lifeofjoy.meThere is a lot here because I did enough for Tiffany and I, so that was 4 zucchini.

Cook your eggs. If you are only cooking for yourself, move the zucchini to on side of the pan and cook two eggs on the other side, however you like them best.

I like my eggs over medium and Tiffany likes hers scrambled and well done.

Fried Eggs ~ Lifeofjoy.meNo, that is not a pancake! It is how Tiffany likes her scrambled eggs cooked.

Place on top of cooked zucchini.

Eggs on Zucchini ~ Lifeofjoy.me

Add some nutritional yeast for a nice cheesy taste and lots of vitamins. (It took me a eating the nutritional yeast a few times before I warmed up to it and tasted it as cheesy, so give it a few tries.)

Eggs and Hash ~ Lifeofjoy.meThis one is so simple I hesitate to write up the recipe but here goes.

Eggs and Hash

Ingredients

  • 2 zucchini, diced
  • coconut oil
  • 2 eggs
  • salt, pepper, and nutritional yeast (optional)

Instructions

  1. Put a little coconut oil in your pan or spray it with oil instead.
  2. Add zucchini.
  3. Season as desired, I used some salt and a bit of pepper.
  4. Cook, cook, cook, until desired tenderness/brownness
  5. Move the zucchini to the side and cook 2 eggs on the other side of the pan, as desired.
  6. Place zucchini hash on plate and top with cooked eggs.
  7. Sprinkle with nutritional yeast for a nice cheesy taste, with lots of vitamins.
http://lifeofjoy.me/eggs-and-hash/

I hope this recipe gets you out of your egg rut. ;)

Until next time, God bless,

Michele ºÜº

PS. I got this recipe from Trim Healthy Mama, just gotta give credit where credit is due. ;)

Skillet Salmon

Quick, easy, healthy, and tasty meal. Eat is as an entrée or on a salad as we did here.

Pearl and Serene, the authors of Trim Healthy Mama, recommend eating fish, especially for stubborn losers. So since Tiffany loves salmon, I decided we’d have some for lunch. Salmon causes Michael’s heart to race, so I need to fix him another kind of fish when we have it for dinner.

So here is my quick way to make a tasty salmon. First, thaw the meat. If it isn’t quite thawed when you are about ready to eat, you can put it in some water to help it thaw quicker.

Skillet Salmon ~ Lifeofjoy.meSkillet Salmon ~ Lifeofjoy.meHeat some butter in a skillet.

Skillet Salmon ~ Lifeofjoy.meAdd salmon. Mine wasn’t completely thawed but no worries, it thawed in the pan. ;)

Skillet Salmon ~ Lifeofjoy.meAdd fiber syrup gold or nature’s hollow honey with maple flavoring. Basically you are looking for a sweet syrup.

Skillet Salmon ~ Lifeofjoy.meThis is what we used.

fiber syrup gold ~ Lifeofjoy.meCome to think of it, it doesn’t really have a maple flavor, just sweet, so use sweetener of choice.

Skillet Salmon ~ Lifeofjoy.meCook until you see it start to turn opaque on the edges and then flip it over and finish cooking.

Skillet Salmon ~ Lifeofjoy.meI cooked it on too high of a heat and was distracted by cutting the lettuce for the salad, so ours was a bit blackened but still yummy. :)

Skillet Salmon ~ Lifeofjoy.meThis only takes about 10 minutes or so.

Skillet Salmon

Ingredients

  • salmon
  • tamari or soy sauce
  • fiber gold syrup or other sweetener of choice
  • salt and pepper
  • tad of butter for frying

Instructions

  1. Heat butter in skillet and add salmon.
  2. Add tamari or soy sauce and sweetener.
  3. Season with salt and pepper.
  4. Cook until edges are opaque and then flip and cook until done.
http://lifeofjoy.me/skillet-salmon/

If you try this one, I hope you enjoy it too.

Until next time, God bless,

Michele ºÜº

 

Seasoned Eggs ~ Lifeofjoy.me

Seasoned Eggs

Such a different and tasty way to have eggs. The flavor combinations are endless.

I recently followed Trim Healthy Mama’s Stubborn Losers Menu. When I decide to follow a menu, I go all in! I eat everything the way it is listed, which means taking a chance on different foods.

One of those foods was how to fix eggs. I like an egg with a runny yolk but all the white cooked. I am not a fan of egg whites but the stubborn losers’ menus were designed to help me get the scales moving. In order to do so, the menus do not abuse calories, which I have done more than I can admit.

So I tried their recipe for Big Fried Egg Trick from page 243 of the trim healthy mama Cookbook. The thing I want to share with you today is what I learned about how to season eggs from that recipe.

So, once you get the eggs in the pan, it is really just a matter of sprinkling on whatever seasonings you like.

Seasoned Eggs ~ Lifeofjoy.meI used oregano, onion powder, salt, pepper and nutritional yeast. (I store my nutritional yeast in that shaker that I got from Dollar Tree.)

Seasoned Eggs ~ Lifeofjoy.meSeasoned Eggs ~ Lifeofjoy.meFlipping the large egg is the hardest part but I usually just flip it in pieces.

I cooked it a bit long because I was taking pictures. :p But it was still yummy!

Seasoned Eggs ~ Lifeofjoy.meSeasoned Eggs ~ Lifeofjoy.meSeasoned Eggs ~ Lifeofjoy.meIt’s really better when the yolks are a bit runnier. :)

Seasoned Eggs

Ingredients

  • Eggs
  • Oregano
  • Onion Powder
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Nutritional Yeast

Instructions

  1. Spray a skillet with oil.
  2. Add eggs.
  3. Season the way you like
  4. Cook, as desired
http://lifeofjoy.me/seasoned-eggs/

The flavors are only limited by your imagination.

Until next time, God bless,

Michele ºÜº

Chocolate Ice Milk ~ Lifeofjoy.me

Yummy Easy Ice Cream

I love this ice ‘cream’. It is light and refreshing. I make it into a chocolate or double chocolate some might say. Yum!

I made six batches at once but I’ll give the recipe for just one batch.

Pour almond milk into a blender.

Ice Milk ~ Lifeofjoy.meAdd sweeteners. We use Sukrin: 1, stevia glycerite, and a tiny bit of stevia.

Sweetener ~ Lifeofjoy.meSweetner ~ Lifeofjoy.meSweetener ~ Lifeofjoy.meAdd vanilla and salt.

Ice Milk ~ Lifeofjoy.meTurn on the blender and add a little glucomannan. Blend for about 20 seconds.

Gluccie ~ Lifeofjoy.meThen pour the mix into ice cube trays.

Ice Cream ~ Lifeofjoy.meAlthough I did make a sextuple batch, it only filled five ice cube trays.

Freeze. When frozen, they can be removed from the trays and place in baggies to use the trays to make more.

When ready to enjoy some yummy ice cream, place one try worth of cubes into a food processor.

Ice Milk ~ Lifeofjoy.meIf there is anyone around, I am supposed to warn them before I turn on the machine because it is loud and clunky. OH! I also have to hold down the plunger otherwise we’ve had cubes escape and make quite the noise.

When processed it resembles dry snow.

Snow ~ Lifeofjoy.meNow to add creaminess and flavor. If you are a fan of vanilla, you are about set to go. I prefer chocolate. So I add a heaping tablespoon of cocoa powder.

Ice Cream ~ Lifeofjoy.meBecause cocoa powder is bitter, it needs more sweetener. I choose to add Sukrin Melis, which is a confectioners sugar. I add a couple tablespoons worth, as well as a couple tablespoons of almond milk to make it creamy.

Voila! Ice Cream goodness!!!

Chocolate Ice Milk ~ Lifeofjoy.me

Yummy Easy Ice Cream

Ingredients

  • 1-1.5 cups unsweetened almond milk (I used only 1 cup here)
  • about 2 tablespoons sukrin:1
  • about 3 drops of stevia glycerite
  • 1/32 pure stevia extract powder
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1/4 teaspoon glucomannan
  • about 2 tablespoons almond milk
  • 1 heaping tablespoon cocoa powder
  • about 2 tablespoons sukrin melis

Instructions

  1. Combine milk, sweetener, and vanilla in blender.
  2. Turn on and add glucomannan, blending for 20 seconds
  3. Pour into ice cube trays and freeze
  4. Place serving bowl into freezer, to chill as processing the ice cream.
  5. Place frozen cubes in food processor.
  6. Add a bit of almond milk and flavoring of choice.
  7. I use cocoa powder and add extra sweetener because of its bitterness.
  8. Blend
http://lifeofjoy.me/yummy-easy-ice-cream/

I hope you enjoy this low cal dessert as much as I do. This is my variation of Trim Healthy Mama’s Tummy Tuck Ice Cream.

Until next time, God bless,

Michele ºÜº

Fast Salad ~ Lifeofjoy.me

Salad the Easy Way!

Salad the fresh and easy way! It is so simple that we’ve been eating a lot more salads and I don’t mind making it.

So, salad is something that I haven’t really liked to make because it is just cumbersome. And if you buy bagged lettuce and don’t use it right away, you have to sort through it and get rid of the nasty leaves. So here is a solution.

Start with a head of the romaine hearts.

Super Easy Salad ~ Lifeofjoy.meRemove one head from the bag. Slice it.

Easy Salad ~ Lifeofjoy.meEasy Salad ~ Lifeofjoy.meYou can slice it down the middle as well, if the pieces are a bit too big for you. Normally I care about large bites, but this is so easy and I’m eating something that is so good for me, so I don’t really care.

Fast Salad ~ Lifeofjoy.mePut it in a fairly large soup/salad bowl.

Fast Salad~ lifeofjoy.meIf you season this salad up right with some good fat/oil be it coconut, olive, or even bacon fat and some salt and pepper with a dash of balsamic vinegar, you can eat it as is.

I generally like a little something with mine so one button mushroom sliced up, a bit of bell pepper sliced, and maybe a bit of carrot grated or sliced are all easy options. Sometimes I’ll add a few slices of cucumber. Toss in any veggies you like. Grape tomatoes would be good as well because they don’t require much prep. :)

Add some pre-cooked chicken. I look for rotisserie chickens on clearance at Walmart because then it is already cooked and only cost $3! I’ll share how I pre-cook chicken for use in this too next week.

Fast Salad ~ Lifeofjoy.me

We’ve taken to adding nutritional yeast of late. It is a healthy cheesy tasting substitute for when you need to eliminate some dairy for the sake of losing weight. ;) It has lots of B vitamins too.

I have found that the Baby Butter Lettuce Salad at Aldi is a good option but you must plan to use it within a few days of purchase so that you don’t have to sort through and rid yourself of the slimy leaves.

I know this doesn’t sound all that great but trust me. I’ve been doing this for a couple of weeks now and I don’t even mind having a salad anymore. More importantly, Tiffany doesn’t mind either and she used to sigh when I asked her to prepare one! :)

Until next time, God bless,

Michele ºÜº

Baby Food ~ Lifeofjoy.me

Sweet Potatoes for Little Ones

Last week we had my grandson Liam while his parents were on a cruise vacation. He’s just learned to walk and falls a lot, so a cruise ship on rough seas is no place for him. So Grandma got to love on him this week. :)

Finding veggies he will eat is not an easy task. But then when I realize that I don’t really like veggies either, I’m a little easier on him. ;) Then I think about his parents and they are not really fond of veggies either. So what to feed this child in the veggie department when he pushes unwanted veggies back out of his mouth?

Sweet potatoes to the rescue! And thankfully I have sweet potatoes on hand. :)

I’ve never done much with sweet potatoes before so it was a learning experience for me as well. But it was super simple!

Either scrub your sweet potato or peel it. I did it both ways but the peeled version seemed to be easier to eat as the skins didn’t get in the way.

Then dice up into small pieces. Put them in a saucepan, sprinkle with a little bit of cinnamon, and put in enough water to cover them. Set it on the stove and bring to a boil. Boil until the pieces are tender, about 10-15 minutes or so depending on the size of the pieces.

Liam + Swt Pot ~ Lifeofjoy.meSweet Potatoes for LIttle Ones ~ Lifeofjoy.meLiam & Sweet Potatoes ~ Lifeofjoy.meLiam & Sweet Potatoes ~ Lifeofjoy.me

Sweet Potatoes for Little Ones

Ingredients

  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Cinnamon, sprinkling
  • water

Instructions

  1. Peel or scrub and dice potatoes.
  2. Place in pot with a sprinkling of cinnamon and cover with water.
  3. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer until pieces are softened.
http://lifeofjoy.me/sweet-potatoes-for-little-ones/

Yeah, I know, hardly a recipe but that’s what I did and he loved them, as you can see in the pictures above. :)

Until next time, God bless,

 Michele ºÜº