I was thinking that if you can make breakfast burritos to freeze than you have to be able to make a healthy wrap for lunch. Here is the result. Feel free to change it up to whatever sounds good to you!
These are made with refrigerated biscuits, all dressed up with some butter and seasoned with onion, garlic, basil/dillweed, poppy seeds and parmesan cheese. Not gourmet, but sometimes you need something quick and easy!
I've tried many recipes, this is the best. I once 'dec-tupled' (10x) this recipe to sell sandwiches at a craft fair at my church. People were waiting in line to buy leftovers. Freezes well, goes up to the lake or camping well and is a hit on Halloween...it's no-fail. Easy to double, triple, etc. I've been making Joes this way for over 20 years.
***03-08-09, I just reinvented this recipe tonight when I went to make it for dinner and found I didn't have an 8-oz. can of tomato sauce (shame on me). The family was upset with me when I subbed an 8-oz. can of pizza sauce and told them to suck it up and call them 'Pizza Joes' and then served them up with shredded mozzarella cheese on the toasted buns, top and bottom. They loved it. I left out the BBQ sauce in this preparation and just used a 1/2 cup ketchup. Pizza Joes are good to go!
This recipe came from the Grand Rapids Press. We have a recipe section once a week and they always highlight a particular person w/a posted recipe. This is a hit w/my kids. Similar to a wrap only baked. Kinda like pizza too. Feel free to add/delete as needed as you can't mess it up.
"Bistro Cakes" makes these sound upscale, but they are a great way to use up leftover chicken. Vary the herbs or veges to suit what you have or what you like. I like to add a bit of chopped red bell pepper when I have it. I show using fresh herbs - makes these a bit special. But if you don't have them, use about 1/3 the amount dried. Amount of egg will vary depending on the dryness of your bread crumbs.
My ex-husband dubbed these "Footballs" some years ago. Our son still calls them that. As in, "Oooo! Are we having Footballs?!!" It's from the Complete Encyclopedia of Vegetables and Vegetarian Cooking by Roz Denny & Christine Ingram. The recipes recommends "full-flavored crimini mushrooms", but I always just use button mushrooms. Goes well with Recipe #292756 and mashed potatoes.
These burgers are just delicious! The ingredients make for a burger that needs little topping - keep the ketchup and mustard in your refrigerator! And please don't skip the barbecue sauce. It sounds a little odd, but it adds just the right flavor to finish off these great burgers. I'd recommend topping with lettuce, tomato and a little mayo.
These quesadillas are fast and easy. You only need five ingredients. I usually cook mine on my panini maker, but these can easily be cooked on the stove in a pan. This is a very vesatile recipe. You can use beef instead of the chicken if you like. I usually use medium pace salsa. But you can use mild or hot if you like. These are great for lunch or a quick dinner. It is especially fast if you buy a deli roast chicken and use that so there is less clean-up!