Spinach lasagna

I don’t make lasagna very often, it has always been a special occasion kinda dish for me. With that said there are times in life when you just crave something truly delicious and it doesn’t matter you just have to make it. I know lasagna is a little time consuming but the day I made this I was really feeling like rolling up my sleeves and treating my husband to a special dinner, and I just happened to be craving it myself. I love spinach in my lasagna and I was also wanting the taste of onion and garlic that day. So I sautéed the onion and garlic first and then added the spinach. I used my favorite jar of sauce, and I like boiling the noodles. The kind with the curly edges, my cheeses of choice are the traditional ricotta and mozzarella. I set a pretty table and made a salad to go with our lasagna. It turned an ordinary day into an extra special day. Thanks for stopping by 🍽

Scrambled eggs with baby spinach

DSCF4448In the past few years I have grown to love fresh baby spinach. I love to saute it in a little olive oil and add it to my eggs. I picked up a large container of spinach the other day for a quiche I still need to make. I’m hungry for a hearty breakfast this morning so I’m adding it to my scrambled eggs. I am always amazed at the amount of spinach I start out with in the pan and whats left after I saute. The eggs look so healthy and I already have one of my veggies in for the day. I added a good handful of cheddar cheese. I love the flavors together. I suppose I’ll need to get busy on that quiche today as well. I don’t want to waste any of this healthy and delicious vegetable.

DSCF4436Saute the spinach in a little olive oil.

DSCF4437Add 4 eggs whisked with 1 tablespoon of milk. Salt and pepper to taste. Cook on a medium low gas. Gently stir the eggs until they are cooked through. Add a handful of cheddar or your favorite cheese.DSCF4442Sever with your favorite bread.

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