Tag: make-ahead

Overnight Yeasted Waffles

Overnight Yeasted Waffles are a light, crispy, and oh-so-easy way to start your weekend brunch, or even a weekday breakfast.  All the prep happens the night before!

Overnight Yeasted Waffles are a light, crispy, and oh-so-easy way to start your weekend brunch, or even a weekday breakfast. All the prep happens the night before!

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So you know that we love waffles, be it for appetizers, dessert, or as a name for our dog, but now we finally are presenting one designed for breakfast.  This recipe for Overnight Yeasted Waffles is my personal favorite.  They cook up so light, crispy, and tasty that you just can’t help but stack them up tall and dripping with butter and syrup.  Plus, you make up the batter the night before, so you don’t have to worry about banging around the kitchen making too much noise and possibly waking up your housemates.  Something to perhaps keep in mind with Valentine’s Day coming up if you’re looking to make breakfast in bed for your significant other.  Wink!

Overnight Yeasted Waffles are a light, crispy, and oh-so-easy way to start your weekend brunch, or even a weekday breakfast. All the prep happens the night before!

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Cheesy Brisket Enchiladas

Cheesy Brisket Enchiladas combine juicy shredded beef with a creamy, cheesy, green chile sauce for a Tex-Mex dinner with maximum flavor!Cheesy Brisket Enchiladas combine juicy shredded beef with a creamy, cheesy, green chile sauce for a Tex-Mex dinner with maximum flavor!

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Say hello to our go-to Tex-Mex recipe: cheesy brisket enchiladas.  And in a household that loves all Tex-Mex, well, you know the go-to must be good.  If you don’t want to go to the trouble of assembling the enchiladas, just use the shredded beef for tacos.  Honestly, we did that at least half a dozen times before actually following through with entire recipe.  Which is kinda weird, because this recipe is pretty darn easy and has lots of options!

  1. You can cook the meat in the oven or slow-cooker.
  2. You can assemble the dish and let sit for a few hours before baking.
  3. You can even freeze these cheesy brisket enchiladas for future meals.

This Tex-Mex is flexible…can we call this meal Tex-Mex-Flex?  I think we can. (more…)