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Who’s up for brunch? ♂️ Repost @stephanieizard
I always try to make the most of my meals, so I thought I would share this handy tip for all of you planning your holiday menus! I like to think beyond the holiday meal itself and repurpose what leftovers I might have. This delicious frittata (recipe below) is a perfect way to use whatever ingredients you might have leftover! Join me and @MortonSalt on our mission to #EraseFoodWaste. And be sure to check out the link in my bio for a video from @MortonSalt, which can inspire us all to savor every bite and #EraseFoodWaste. #sponsored
Oven Baked Vegetable Leftovers Frittata
Yield: 4-6 servings
6 Eggs, large
1/2 cup Heavy Cream
1/2 tsp Morton Fine Sea Salt
1 cup leftover shredded cheese, divided
½ cup leftover potatoes (mashed, baked, roasted, scalloped)
1 cup leftover vegetables (Brussels sprouts, broccoli, green beans), cut in small chunks
1 cup leftover bread, torn into small pieces
2 tsp leftover fresh herbs (parsley or basil), finely diced(optional)
½ cup leftover lettuce, shredded(optional)
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
2. Whisk together eggs, heavy cream and salt. If using mashed potatoes, add and whisk until well blended.
3. Stir in half of the cheese.
4. Pour into an 8 or 9-inch greased or buttered non-stick round pan or use a 12-cup muffin pan for individual portions.
5. Top with the vegetables and, if used, diced potatoes.
6. Top with the bread pieces and remaining cheese.
7. Bake 35-40 minutes until golden brown or until knife inserted in center comes out clean.
8. Remove from oven and sprinkle with the herbs and lettuce, if desired.
9. Let it rest for 5-10 minutes before slicing into wedges. Serve immediately.
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Today we caught a glimpse of the rare and elusive silver fox aka (Dad) helping unload salt to keep our clients properties safe this winter! #snowtimeshowtime #mortonsalt #snowremoval #cle #440 #216
Breakfast goals (and bonus #erasefoodwaste effort!)
Repost @eyeswoon ・・・
Yes, yes, I love making food beautiful. I mean, I just wrote an entire book on the topic! But part of my philosophy is that the only thing more beautiful than a delicious family meal, is making a second meal from the leftovers. That’s why I teamed up with @MortonSalt, to spread the importance of leftovers and ZERO WASTE. To #erasefoodwaste, my tip is to repurpose leftovers from the night prior. In this meal, the black lentil soup from the previous night became the base for my morning meal. A perfect lacy fried egg and some crispy bacon upon those flavor packed lentils make for a swoon-worthy savory breakfast. Barely any prep and I had an entirely fresh spin on last night’s spoils, and a super-tasty start to the day. #sponsored
We love this #EraseFoodWaste tip from @tiamowry! Repost @tiamowry
I’m all about spreading love on this page, but one thing I don't love? Food waste. That's why I've partnered with @MortonSalt to share my protip to #EraseFoodWaste (check out the link in my bio for their funny video on this serious issue). Whenever we have fruit that's doomed to go bad, I make preserves. Combine any berries and 2/3 cup sugar in a large heavy skillet. Stir in 1 peeled, grated large apple. Cook over medium-low heat, break up the berries and dissolve the sugar. Simmer until thick and top tomorrow’s pancakes with this yummy jam. #sponsored
New Year's Resolutions, #EraseFoodWaste style:
Don’t snap what you can’t finish. Phones down, forks up, plates clean!
Order only as much as you can eat (or get a to-go box).
Clean out your fridge before grocery shopping. Bye, mystery molds.
How will you be helping to erase food waste in the new year?