Some nights supper is such a last minute thought I wonder why I even try. Most nights I just want to heat up hot dogs for the kids and throw some apple slices at them. Ok, let’s be honest, I do that sometimes. I am a long way from creative or inspired most weeknights. Sometime I wish I was organized to make a list of items to have in the pantry, fridge or freezer for quick meal prep, but tonight that didn’t exist. I was really craving these little cheesy sausage bagels that my friend, Heather, makes from fresh pork sausage.
Start by splitting apart a bag of mini bagels. These bagels are sold at Wal-Mart and Aldi’s in the bread areas. There are about a dozen bagels in a bag. So, you get quite a few. I have reheated these in the microwave for breakfast, so go ahead and make them all.
Brown a pound of sausage on the stove top or in your micro cooker. When it is complete browned, add about 8 ounces of velveeta and few teaspoons of dried parsley.
- 1 pound ground pork or sausage
- 8 ounces of velveeta
- 2 teaspoons of parsley
- 1 bag of mini bagels
- salt and pepper
- Brown the ground pork , drain any extra grease and return to pan.
- Mix in velveeta cheese and parsley till cheese is completely melted and mixed into ground pork.
- Split bagels in half and top each with meat and cheese mixture.
- Bake on 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes.
But, I am going to get more organized for inspiration. So, I have started organizing on Pinterest.
Lot’s of people suggested breakfast for supper when I vented on Facebook. So, here are some thoughts for that next time…
Breakfast for Supper
We have lots of ground pork and beef at our house. So, I needed some go to ground meat dishes.
I know, some of you are saying, seriously, we are a chicken house. I love chicken and turkey too. Here aresome easy, quick chicken recipes.