I love my Crock Pot and use it not only to save time in the colder months but also in the summer, especially on Sundays. I can prepare a meal before I leave for church and by the time I get home there’s nothing to do but relax until dinner is done.
Thanks to Jennie-O I was able to create a Slow Cooked Turkey Cacciatore that the entire family enjoyed.
1 – Jennie-O Turkey Tenderloin – sliced
6 – Sweet Peppers – sliced
1 – Medium Onion – sliced
2 – cans diced tomatoes
2 – tsps of minced garlic
Parsley or Italian Seasoning (optional)
Angel Hair Pasta or Rice
Wipe inside of Crock Pot with Olive Oil, use a paper towel
Slice Turkey Tenderloin into 8 equal slices
Add peppers, onions, diced tomatoes, garlic and seasonings
Cover and cook on low for 6 hours or high for 4 hours
Serve over Angel Hair Pasta or Rice
*Disclosure – I am a member of Jennie-O Switch To Turkey Club and received this product in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are 100% my own.
I always look forward to having Sunday Brunch which is by far the best meal of the week. Whether I am staying home lounging in my PJ’s or coming in from church, I always like to make something that is quick and easy yet satisfying enough to keep me full until dinner.
Thanks to Jennie-O and the fact that I am a *Switch Circle member, I can always count on having a package of Turkey Sausage on hand which is a great ingredient to have when making a quick and satisfying Brunch meal.
1 – 16 oz package Jennie-O Turkey Sausage
1 – 16 oz package of Jumbo Buttered Biscuits
3 Plum or Small Tomatoes – sliced
1/2 cup of Shredded Cheese – add more if you love cheese
Preheat Oven to 350 degrees
Coat skillet with cooking spray and cook Turkey Sausage until done and no longer pink (approximately 15 minutes) – set aside to cool
Coat cupcake pan with Cooking Spray
Open container of Biscuits and flatten by hand before placing one into each cupcake mold – careful not to press too hard to tear biscuit
Top with a few spoonfuls of cooked Turkey Sausage
Add a slice of tomato
Top with Shredded Cheese – add more or less depending on your preference
Place pan into oven for approximately 25 minutes or until the Biscuits are browned and fully cooked and cheese is melted.
Serve with Fresh Berries.
What is your favorite meal of the week?
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*Disclosure: I am a member of the Jennie-O Switch Circle and have received products to facilitate my reviews. All opinions are 100% my own.
Happy Labor Day 2014, the unofficial end of the summer (BOO!!!). I can’t remember a summer flying by as fast as this one did, how about you?
So what are your plans for the grill today? It’s going to be a gorgeous day here in Delaware so I’ll be outside cooking later this afternoon. However, if you are staying indoors but still want grilled hot dogs you might want to try this tasty recipe.
I used Jennie-Oturkey products because we don’t eat pork and not a lot of beef. I wrapped a slice of turkey bacon around each hot dog then secured them with two toothpicks.
Pour a little olive oil in the skillet and allow the bacon wrapped dogs to cook for approximately 15 minutes, turning to keep them from burning.
Once the bacon is crispy, add chopped onions and peppers, turn heat on low allowing the peppers and onions to soften for a few minutes longer.
Remove toothpicks and turn hot dogs to ensure they are thoroughly cooked. In the meantime, toast your bun.
“Dress your bun” with your choice of condiments add chips or fries and enjoy!
What is your favorite way to cook hot dogs?
Can’t forget to include a little adult beverage, remember to drink responsibly!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for Jennie-O.com for which I received compensation, all opinions are 100% my own.
Hello Friends and Happy Fri-Yay!
As a family we don’t eat pork nor a lot of red meat so most of the time my meals are made with either chicken or turkey. Before becoming a member of the JENNIE-O Switch Circle, I had always purchased Jennie-O bacon and breakfast sausage which my son loves and I use the ground turkey in my lasagna and tacos.
This partnership is perfect because now when I receive coupons and merchandise from Jennie-O, it gives me an opportunity to try new recipes and then share them with you.
Today’s Friday Foodie Feature is
Spinach & Feta Cheese Frittatas with Turkey Bacon
1 package #JennieO Turkey Bacon
1 cup fresh spinach chopped
1/2 cup onions chopped
1/3 cup Feta Cheese
1/3 cup milk
pepper to taste
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray cold skillet with cooking spray then prepare JennieO Turkey bacon according to package instructions and set aside.
Rinse and remove stems from spinach leaves, chop them and 1/2 of the onion into bite size pieces
Saute both in same skillet used to cook bacon until spinach is wilted
Whip eggs, feta cheese, milk and pepper before adding spinach, onions and bacon. Cut bacon into bite size pieces, I use kitchen shears to make the job easier.
Because we drink Ricemilk I recently starting cooking with it, and find that foods tastes just as good if not better than when made with whole milk.
Spray muffin pan with cooking spray to prevent sticking then pour or spoon mixture into each cup approximately 2/3 full.
Bake 20 minutes, then watch out because they smell wonderful and my son couldn’t wait to try them!
Grab a cup of coffee or tea then sit back, relax to enjoy a leisurely breakfast or an afternoon snack.
What I like about this recipe is that I can make the Frittatas the night before, then hubby and the boys can warm them up the next morning in the toaster oven.
How about you, have you tried #JennieO turkey products or would you make the @SwitchToTurkey?
Jennie-O has offered to send $20.00 worth of coupons to one of my lucky readers! Just click JennieO.com and check out their product line, then come back and leave a comment telling us what Jennie-O Turkey product you would like to try and how you would prepare it?
1 winner (US only) will be randomly chosen by me, the contest ends next Friday, April 18th at Midnight
Have a fantastical Friday ~ See ya back here at 6:00 p.m. for the #WWDParty!