What We’re Eating {May 2017}

I had a lot of fun in the kitchen and tried three new recipes this month! I’m starting off with a soup recipe, which I’d normally share during the fall or winter. We had quite a few cold and rainy days this month that were perfect for soup! I was happy for the cool weather – and the comfort food!

Recipe #1 – Broccoli Cheese and Potato Soup

This was not complicated to make and tasted so indulgent! I made mine with coconut milk because I had some on hand and I personally cannot taste the difference (I’m sure most people could, though). In the picture it looks very “soupy,” but it was very hearty and satisfying. This recipe is a keeper!

Recipe #2: Cheesy Breakfast Casserole

I wanted a different casserole that I could make ahead and that didn’t feature bread as one of the main ingredients. This casserole fit the bill and is so good! I made it with bacon and ham instead of sausage. From now on, this will be my go-to breakfast casserole for holidays and brunches. I froze a few of the leftover slices, just to see how it would reheat. I let it thaw overnight in the fridge before reheating on a paper towel lined plate. It did fine – it obviously wasn’t as good as the first time, but it works. 

Recipe #3: Beef Enchiladas

My Mom’s recipe for Beef Enchiladas is my all-time favorite, but this one is so quick and simple! I doubled the recipe and put one pan in the freezer. The day before I wanted to serve them, I put the unbaked enchiladas in the fridge to thaw and then baked them as usual the next night. So simple!

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What recipe did you love this month?





7 thoughts on “What We’re Eating {May 2017}

  1. Definitely going to try that soup! I love potato soup and broccoli/cheese, so mixing them together sounds like heaven! Yum!


  2. That soup looks amazing! I love all of those ingredients so I’m sure I’d enjoy it. I’m also a huge breakfast casserole fan and I love having ham in them or turkey sausage. They’re so good to make and reheat for lunches. I haven’t tried freezing them before so I’ll have to remember that next time I have lots of leftovers.


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