Author: breesoseksi // Category: , , , , , ,

Quesadilla? Nope! Breadsadilla? Yes! So I ran out of tortilla shells! Even the store was out of them. So what was I to do? I did the next best thing. I had to use bread! I had to use what I had to make what I wanted. There is nothing wrong with that! They turned out good too. Oh wait! Yea, I made some breadsadillas lol. They were better with bread than with the tortilla shell. My family loved them. Are you ready to get started on the breadsadillas? Remember cook accordingly to your household! I used a griddle to cook everything on instead of the stove. You can cook everything at the same time on it! Here we go!


Hash browns
Cheese (I used shredded)
Chopped chives
Chopped onions

1. Cook bacon until crispy and drain the grease off.
2. Use some bacon grease to cook the hash browns and onions in. Add some seasoning.
3. Once they are done take them out put them in a bowl.
4. Take your bread and lightly toast it on both sides.
5. Add cheese on the tops of both pieces.
6. Cook your eggs while the cheese is melting on bread.
7. Put some hash browns on a piece of bread and top it with the egg, bacon and chive.
8. Put the other piece of bread on top and gently mash it down.
9. Flip it over and let the cheese continue to melt through everything.
10. Now you may eat!

Source: Bree

Good to the last drop!

Author: breesoseksi // Category: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Sunday dinners are the best dinners ever. I always ask my family what they want to eat but not this time! I cooked one of my favorite meals for dinner. Meatloaf, candied yams (NOT OUT OF THE CAN BUT HOME MADE!), and whole wheat rotini and spaghetti w/ cheese and bacon. Boy oh boy it was some gooooooood eating! You know the food is good when you don’t hear anybody talking but the tv! Well you already know what time it is. It’s time to cook! So let’s go! One more thing, remember to cook according to you family needs. I cook enough for at least two days.


3 lbs of hamburger meat
Saltine crackers
1 large chopped onion
1 large chopped green bell pepper
1 egg
2 cans of Manwich (yes I did say Manwich it’s sweet and will go well with your spices)
Spices (you can put whatever kind of spices you want in it)

1. In a large bowl combine all of your ingredients.
2. Once mixed all together put mixture in a baking pan that is suitable for the size that you want your meatloaf to be.
3. Put in oven and baked it for about 45 minutes.
4. Take out the oven and drain the grease off of it.
5. Take a knife and cut the meatloaf in square and space the squares out if you have room in room pan.
6. Pour the Manwich over the square and in between them.
7. Bake for another 20 minutes and serve!

Candied yams

I didn’t measure the sugar BUT put in more brown sugar than white.

3 large sweet potatoes
½ stick of butter or how much you prefer
Brown sugar (yes yes yes experiment a little)
White sugar

1. Rinse sweet potatoes off and peel off the skin.
2. Cut them up a ¼ inch thick cross ways the sweet potato. They cook quicker when sliced thin.
3. Rinse them off.
4. In a medium sauce pan put enough water to coat the bottom of it.
5. Add sweet potatoes, butter, brown sugar, white sugar, and cinnamon.
6. Let the sweet potatoes cook and simmer in the juice.
7. Taste the juice to see if it’s sweet enough and taste the potato to see if it’s done enough for you.
8. Once they are the way you like them serve them.

Rotini and spaghetti w/ cheese and bacon

1 box each Whole wheat rotini and spaghetti
Velveeta cheese
1 pack of bacon

1. Boil water for the noodles.
2. Cook bacon while noodles are boiling.
3. Cook bacon according to how you want it but make sure it’s done!
4. Cut up cheese into ¼ inch small dices and cover the bottom of a large bowl with it.
5. Once noodles are done, drain them and rinse them off with hot water to get the starch off. Why hot water? When you put the noodles in the bowl it will melt the cheese.
6. Rinse off bacon to get access grease off and put in noodles.
7. Cut up more cheese to cover top of noodles.
8. Mix noodles up so the cheese can melt through.
9. Cover noodles and let the cheese continue to melt.
10. Once melted to your liking serve and eat!

Source: Bree