Make these Breakfast Stuffed Peppers recipe for a delicious way to start your day! Paleo and Whole30-friendly. These can be made and frozen ahead of time for a convenient work day breakfast. Learn how!
The first step in preparing the peppers is to partially cook the peppers by boiling them for 5 minutes. Cut off the tops first (no one wants that part) and take out the seeds, then place in boiling water. After 5 minutes drain the peppers by placing them on a paper towel upside-down. Zucchini...
Mini peppers are so colorful and they're the perfect size for a two-bite appetizer. They have all the crunch of a pita chip, without the extra calories. —Christine Hanover, Lewiston, California Skip links
Philly Cheese Style Stuffed Peppers... WOW. Our family loves these so much, I rushed this recipe right to the head of the line so all of you can make them! Now Eric and I aren't exactly Philly Cheese Steak experts or anything. But these are a perfect way to get the rich flavor of the iconic American sandwich, without breaking the bank with carbs, calories, or ww points! 'How is it possible?' you may ask. For starters, I eliminated that grease-soaked bun, and loaded the delicious stuffing into baked bell peppers! This makes them low in carbs, but very high
This Sausage and Peppers Sheet Pan meal can be ready in under 30 minutes! Sliced sausage roasted with red and yellow peppers and onions. Easy cleanup because everything is cooked on one sheet pan! Simple, easy, and incredibly delicious. [LINK]Skip to content [LINK][LINK]
This versatile side dish is so simple and quick that I had to share it. Grilling the colorful veggies in a foil packet means one less dish to wash, but I sometimes stir-friy the mixture on the stovetop. —Karen Anderson, Fair Oaks, California Skip links
My meat and potatoes husband goes for this cheesy, hearty black beans and rice recipe, and the kids gobble it up. For extra kick, add a splash of hot sauce. —Stephanie Lambert, Moseley, Virgina Skip links
My family loves this dish! It looks and tastes like you fussed, but it is really simple to make. It uses healthy olive oil and fresh herbs from my garden. —Pattie Prescott, Manchester, New Hampshire Skip links