Sunday, April 12, 2009

Happy Easter

We don't do much that is traditional. For snacks, I made brownie bites with Easter spinkles.

We started using Morningstar Farms Crumbles rather than ground beef a while back. One of my favorite dishes, actually my absolute favorite dish growing up was enchiladas. I was born in Roswell, NM, in the hospital where they took the aliens. In elementary school we lived in Bossier City, La, Wheaton, Md, Kelsterbach, Germany. Then in junior high and start of high school we lived in Potomac, Md. So it was always a challenge for my mom to make me enchiladas in places like Germany, but she found ways (canned tortillas and enchilada sauce mailed to us). At that time we used Ashley enchilada sauce, but now I used Hatch! You just simmer ground beef or morningstar farms crumbles in the sauce. Then soften corn tortillas in oil. Layer tortilla, grated cheddar, onion, sauce, repeat. They look like pancakes. One top put sauce, cheese and onions. Makes for a yummy meal.


Bethany said...

no way! we should totally become friends:)

-Ana- said...

Hi Ellen! You're no stranger to me, I've read many great things about you on Kimmie's blog=) Thank you so much for letting me know you know my blog exsists, made me smile! I hope to be back at blogging soon.

PS>I've never had brownies with sprinkles. Sounds yummy! I'll have to try some.

Meg said...

Thanks for the Happy Birthday wishes. I decided on a black Kitchen Aid; however, I haven't got it yet. The Bed, Bath and Beyond here does not take expired coupons and I used me two current coupons on barstools. Either Kimmie is sending me one or someone else in your family is sending one. I had a great time at dinner when you were in Dallas, it was nice to finally meet you.