It’s Friyay, y’all!!! I made this yummy toasted sandwich a couple of weeks ago, using honey wheat bread & the compote I made with my Christmas fruit basket bounty. I was able to use that compote for my porridge, on ice cream & this sandwich! I felt so good keeping my promise to reduce food waste. You can find the recipe for the compote here: Apple Pear Compote
I looooove it when my son visits, but y’all…T H E E A T I N G. This CHEESEBURGER was definitely an indulgence. My hubs always makes his burgers with @heb Prime Brisket, and they are GOOD! A burger is only as good as the patty!!! And yes, we like good, old fashioned @kraft American cheese singles, lettuce, tomato, avocado, sliced red onion & mayo on our burgers. I’m telling myself the oven baked sweet potato fries were healthy.
Sweet Potato Fries ~ Slice potatoes into strips. Place on pan you have lined with foil and parchment paper for easy clean up. Spread cut fries evenly in the pan. Drizzle with olive oil and season with sea salt and pepper. Bake at 450 degrees for 15 – 20 minutes. Fries are done when you can pierce the potatoes with a fork and slightly brown.
Freezer food is yummy! My hubs made a fantastic brisket a while back, but it was just too much to finish. In my effort to be less wasteful, I froze the leftovers. I was so excited when I pulled it out, chopped it up & heated it in a skillet w/a bit of BBQ sauce. Sooooo good ~ served it on a toasted bun, avocado, sliced red onion & a fried egg!🍳🥑🥖 I’m motivated! Reduce food waster & use all your leftovers!