This chilaquiles is closer to the traditional breakfast chilaquiles dish you'll see in Mexico. Fried tortillas are topped with a fresh salsa roja and faux fried eggs (eggs baked in the oven). The tortillas are crisp, the salsa spicy, the eggs runny and indulgent.
This dish has all the flavors of carnitas that you love (low and slow simmered pork with a hit of tart and sour orange juice) and chilaquiles (fresh fried tortillas) and it's all tossed in a tangy tomatillo salsa.
This oatmeal dish is apple pie in oatmeal form. Creamy oatmeal is spiked with those familiar flavors and aroma: warm cinnamon and vanilla, brown sugar, honey, plump and tender diced apple, and crunchy walnuts.
Pot pies come in sweet flavors too you know! This pot pie is stuffed with a tart mixed berry filling and then baked in pie crust until warmed through and golden. Serve with vanilla ice cream. Or fresh whipped cream. Or both.
This is the perfect pre-workout snack. The Greek yogurt will be easy on your stomach, you’ll have protein from whole grain cereal, and the natural sugars from the fresh fruit will give you a boost that will make you finish your workout strong.
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