Chilaquiles

Starting off the week with a bang! The first recipe I tackled from The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Come and Get It! was breakfast. We love Mexican food and it’s good anytime of day.

I took the recipe from pages 8-9 and modified it for our family.

Ingredients:

Corn tortillas (cut into triangles)

Coconut oil (for frying)

Ground breakfast sausage

1 chopped green bell pepper

Eggs

Taco Seasoned Shredded Cheese

Salsa for toppings

Directions:

Heat enough coconut oil in a pan to fry the tortilla triangles. You can cut as many as you want for each plate. Fry in the oil about a minute on each side, just until almost brown. Season with salt and set aside.

Use the remaining coconut oil to sauté the peppers until soft. Set aside.

Brown sausage. When no longer pink, toss in the peppers to mix. Set aside.

Using the leftover oil from the sausage, fry your eggs. I like the flavor the eggs get from the sausage pieces leftover.

How to assemble:

Place tortillas on a plate. Top with meat mixture then your eggs. Sprinkle cheese.

*You can add enchilada sauce (like the cookbook recipe does) or any other toppings you like. You can also add more veggies and omit the meat for a vegetarian style breakfast.

My picky boyfriend and kids loved it! We will definitely be cooking this one again.

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Cooking like The Pioneer Woman

I got the Ree Drummond cookbook from my honey for our anniversary. I love cooking and and The Pioneer Woman products. So, of course I must try all the recipes!

This year I’m going to attempt her recipes with some variations of my own. I plan on spending more time talking about travel and tips when traveling with kids and the best and worse of Panama City Spring Break travel.

So please join me weekly for new attempts of cooking like The Pioneer Woman, getting out into the world some and how to sane while doing it!