Hey there lovely! I hope your new year is off to a great start! Mine…well if I can be honest we are nine days in and I feel like it should already be March. Talk about an emotional roller-coaster I have been on. Some reflection and time away was needed to get this mommas mind back right. I am finally glad to be back to somewhat of a resemblance of myself. More on all that later…
For now I want to talk about what Sunday Funday looks like at our crib. You see with five kids going out is not always feasible from a financial perspective and in 2019 finances are taking top priority at our house. We refuse to settle for cereal and a dull time so we brought Sunday Brunch home. We enjoyed good food, family time and saved a little money all in the comfort of our PJ’s and slippers.
Now I think I have an advantage when it comes to the good food aspect because as you know Mr. BVX is a chef by trade and a damn good one. But even though there is an upper hand here we or should I say he was able to prepare a meal anyone can whip up and I am going to share it with you!
See how we fed two kids and two adults for less than the price of a carafe!
Thanks to our friends at ReMix Waffles even the kids were able to help out. Four simple ingredients (eggs, waffle mix, milk, butter), no preservatives or added junk – just the good stuff! After the first batch we nibbled on these bad boys without any fixings at all. Buttery and lite is just what this family ordered!
Waffle Mix: $10 Eggs: $2.04 Milk: $1.97 Butter: $2.67
Frittata’s are an easy quick and cheap option for any at home brunch. Packed full of all your breakfast favorites these never fail to hit the spot.
- 1 dozen eggs
- 2 cups spinach
- jimmy dean sausage
- cherry tomatoes
- 4 oz cheddar cheese
Heat up large cast iron skillet. Preheat oven on 350 degrees. In a mixing bowl mix eggs with salt and pepper to taste and set aside. Add jimmy dean sausage to hot skillet and cook for 3-5 minutes. Add in whole or sliced cherry tomatoes and continue to cook at medium high temp until sausage is done. Layer spinach over top of the sausage and tomatoes and make sure ingredients are evenly spread around the pan. Pour in egg over top sausage and vegetables and cover with cheese of choice. Remove skillet from stove-top and place in oven for 15-18 minutes. Remove, cool slightly, slice, and serve. This recipe makes roughly 6-8 servings.
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