Sunday Supper - Comfort for the soul
Sunday Supper Ideas
Sunday Supper Ideas
Often when you have a busy weekend full of activities you just need to have a simple Sunday Supper.
I wasn't very good this week with my eating habits. I don't do well with digesting red meats. My blood pressure meds zap away my potassium so I try and eat bananas often. Bananas will also keep my legs from cramping!
I fell in love with Pumpkin Noosa Finest Yogurt and thank goodness that Walmart is still carrying this delicious flavor. It is nice to have a little Fall on Cold Spring days.
I love to take Yogurts of various flavors and make a delicious Sundae with them. By putting the bananas on the bottom of the bowl, folding the other ingredients on top, gives them a whole new flavor! Give this a try...you won't be disappointed.
Of course, if you are going to have Sunday Sundae you have to have Hershey's Chocolate Syrup (I use the Lite or Simple) and Reddi Whip! This makes a perfect Sundae and a filling Sunday meal for me! You Sunday cereal lovers need to try this and mix it up a little!
P.S. This is actually a filling meal - Caution: approx. 350-400 calories in this Sundae. But, if it is your meal - you are good!
There is nothing better to me than Breakfast or Brunch food at Supper time.....especially on Sunday's!
This recipe is so easy. You make it the night before and refrigerate over night. Then you just pop in the oven at 350 degrees for about 40-45 minutes. Take out and rest for just a couple of minutes and then slice.
1 pound of Jimmy Dean Country Mild or Regular Sausage (I prefer Country Mild)
2 cups of milk (I use 2 percent)
1 16 oz Pkg of Kraft Shredded Cheese (I use Sharp - but some like Mild Cheddar)
6 slices of Wonder Classic White Bread
Brown Sausage in pan on stove - Drain - set aside
Whisk together the 6 eggs in a bowl with the 2 cups of milk - salt & pepper to taste (set aside)
Spray a 9 x 13 pan - (I prefer glass) with Pam
Cut crust off around the bread slices
Lay the bread slices in the pan (all the pan should be covered)
Lightly spread butter on top of the bread slices (very lightly)
Spread your cooked Sausage evenly throughout the top of the bread slices
Top with Cheddar Cheese (spread evenly)
Pour your whisked egg whites and milk evenly throughout your dish
Cover and Refrigerate over night
The next day or night:
Take Casserole out of the refrigerator and set aside until oven preheats
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Place uncovered dish in oven and bake for approx. 40-45 minutes
Dish is done when you can fork it like a cake
Take out oven and rest for approximately 2-3 mintues
Slice and serve
Serve with your favorite fruit and drink.
Tonight's Sunday Supper featured White Bean Soup, Ham Steak, Cheese Slices and Sweet Yellow Cornbread.
I love White Bean Soup! There are various ways that I make it and all very different. One of my favorite recipes is simple and is very tasty! I like to leave it vegetarian and you can add the meat as the side item. This keeps it from being so salty and not all meals need meat. However, my husband seems to think that he needs to have meat at all meals!
Crock pot White Bean Soup Recipe for tonight:
3 cans of Bush's Great Northern Beans (drain the juice) (Bush's is the best)
1 White Onion
10-12 small chopped Baby Carrots
1 can Hunts Tomato, Celery & Onion (I use this in so many things)
Lowry's Garlic Pepper (This is my "go to" ingredient)
1 cup water
Drain the Bush's White Bean Cans and dump into Crock-Pot
Chop about 1 handful -- ( 1/2 cup) of white onion and put on top
Chop the Baby Carrots (about 10 small ones) or 1 large carrot - chop small and add to Crock Pot
Pour the 1 can of the Hunts Tomato, Celery & Onion on top of the above ingredients in Crock-Pot
Sprinkle about 1 teaspoons of Salt and Black Pepper - as soup is cooking I do the "taste" test and add more. ,,,,,,,,,,generally I add in more Black Pepper as it simmers.
Sprinkle in the Lowry's Garlic Pepper (about 5-6) good sprinkles. Again, add more as it simmers
Add in about 1 cup of water.
Simmer on low for about 4-5 hours.
This soup is delicious and goes great with The Sweet Yellow Cornbread Recipe we have!
You can eat the soup like I do by itself or serve a heated ham steak on the side and a couple slices of cheese to make my husband's version of a hearty meal!