I posted this tuna melt on my stories a while back and had some of you wanting me to share the recipe. So, I’m finally getting it up! This is such a simple meal. You can literally put it together in ten minutes. This meal is full of fiber, whole grains, complex carbs, protein, omega 3’s (healthy fats), and calcium.
Happy Monday! Waking up this morning, I decided that I want to try adding a new series of weekly posts. Each week, I would like to post a list of delicious recipes and restaurants that I find over the weekend or the previous week. By posting Monday morning, my hope is that it gives you time to check the recipes or restaurants out yourself and then either include the ingredients in your next weekly grocery trip or pencil the restaurant into your next family outing.
I hope you find this helpful! Posts should be short and sweet but I wanted to make sure I shared my quick, simple and tasty finds with you
I discovered the breakfast sandwich by chance. It wasn't at McDonalds or another fast food place. It was something my mom would make on slow Saturday mornings for herself to sit and enjoy. I remember one morning at our place on the lake in Hot Springs, Arkansas, waking up and walking into the den to find mom taking her first bite of that eggy cheesy sandwich. It looked like she was loving it and so, of course, I was curious. I asked for a bite and was hooked! After that, slow Saturday mornings (which typically meant the ones at the lake because all other Saturday mornings I was up at the rink at 5:45 AM skating) meant egg and cheese breakfast sandwiches. It wasn't anything over the top, simply 2 slices of whole wheat bread, egg and American cheese, but to me it was just a touch away from gourmet.
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