Wednesday, January 2, 2013

So Simple Yet So Good

The parties are over.... you've spent all day taking down the decorations


that made your home special for the holidays... and now it's time to figure out


what to serve everyone for dinner.  Opening the refrigerator door, you see it.


The pizza box delivered to your front door as the clock was ticking down the


minutes to the new year!  
Lifting the lid, you spy just a few pieces left. Not enough for everyone.  Do you

throw it away?  NOOOO!!!!  Try this idea, instead, as I suggest you create

a fabulous Italian omelet!
The fillings for omelets are usually some kind of cheese, meat and veggies.

Isn't that what is on your pizza?  Plus, you have all the seasonings from a 

bit of sauce!  So, peel the crust away from the toppings, place on a

microwaveable plate and heat for roughly 15-20 seconds.  You are merely

warming it up. You don't want it to get gooey as it will heat up even further

once you slide it on top of the cooked eggs.
In the meantime, get out your eggs and whip up a basic omelet.  When the 

eggs have set, place your pizza topping on the one side and flip the other

half of the eggs over it.
To make your omelet have even more flavor, warm up your favorite tomato

sauce in the microwave and pour over the top.
Plate it with a few cheese sprinkles on the top just to add more appeal.
And there's dinner!!!  Looks wonderful... tastes amazing!  When you try this,

recipe let me know what you thought!  Ciao!! 

I have linked up to Stone Gable blog http://www.stonegableblog.com/ for On the Menu Monday.... please drop on by her blog to visit other tasty ideas for what to serve!  Enjoy!

21 comments:

  1. Winter greetings Kadee,
    So nice to meet you.. I found your beautiful blog while visiting dear Ana... I am now a follower.

    This is such a great idea! It looks amazing.. I will have to try this.
    Wishing you a wonderful new year.
    blessings,
    Penny

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    1. Oh, good! So happy to have new friends visit me! This recipe is so easy and filled with flavor that I know you will like it! Wishing you a fantastic 2013!!

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  2. What a clever girl you are! I would have just snuck off in a corner and polished off that pizza! ;-) Your way is much nicer.

    Hugs,
    Judy

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  3. What a clever girl you are! I would have just snuck off in a corner and polished off that pizza! ;-) Your way is much nicer.

    Hugs,
    Judy

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  4. But if I snuck off in a corner to eat it by myself, then there would have absolutely nothing to serve for dinner! There are only so many times a week I can use the "puppy dog eyes" to get darling husband to order take-out for us!! LOL
    Thanks for dropping by, Judy! See you soon!

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  5. oh, yum. I had to clean out my fridge today from all the holiday hoopla. Too bad what I threw out had been in there for an average of a week or more......
    You are so generous. I would have eaten the pizza cold for breakfast!!!
    xo
    lynn

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    1. Good to hear from you, Lynn. Trust me, there were many other things that were only meant for my mouth and my expanding waistline!! I am so thrilled that my "boys" are into healthy as we have now designated Christmas Eve and Christmas day for bringing out all the junk. I thought I might have gotten away with not making Christmas cut-out cookies this year but noooooooo! There I was Christmas eve night rolling out the dough and decorating them with icing and sprinkles. Apparently, it's just not Christmas without them.
      Have a happy new year, Lynn! Can't wait to see what 2013 will bring!

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  6. Thank you so much for your most welcome visit Kadee.. Your kind words have truly touched me, and how sweet of to follow along with me..
    blessings,
    Penny

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  7. Kadee - you are loaded in for my Grow Your Blog party - so you are set - updates are on my blog - see you on the 19th
    Vicki

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  8. I really like your recipe for leftover pizza and will have to try it sometimes, if we ever have any left. My 14 year old son is on a growing spurt and eats everything in sight!

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    1. Ha, ha.... you will have to wait until you're empty nesters, like my husband and I are! I remember those days of searching through the 'fridge. Knowing you just bought that bag of shredded Mexican cheese. Only to find the empty bag scrunched waaay in the back. Humph! There weren't your idea of making tacos for dinner that night!

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  9. Kadee, you are brilliant!!! This is such a fabulous idea! I'd love you to join ON THE MENU MONDAY at StoneGable. It's my weekly foodie linky! Link goes live Sunday at 8:00 pm. This is such a good idea!!! Now why didn't I think of that (as I clunk myself on the head!).

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    1. Yvonne... thanks for the invitation! I've got it marked down on my calendar!

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    1. When you're an empty nester, it helps to come up with a way to use those leftovers! We don't order pizza that often and I hate to see it go to waste. Thank heavens I decided to give this one a go!

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  11. That is one yummy looking creation! My mouth is drooling!!!

    xo,
    abby

    P.S. Thanks so much for your visits and comments on my blog, it means so much that you take the time out of your day to stop by.

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    1. As well as I appreciate your visits, too! Thanks so much for letting me know you enjoy coming by!!

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  12. What a great leftover idea...and I bet it tastes nothing like leftovers! Thanks for stopping by, I'm glad you are feeling better, too!

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  13. Hi there, found you over at On The Menu Monday... my hubby is going to LOVE this idea!

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    1. Thanks for dropping by!!! I just love making new friends! And do try this easy recipe. As we are now empty nesters, it bothered me to see almost half a pizza sitting the 'fridge. Voila! a recipe was born!! Do come by again!

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  14. What a delicious recipe, Kadee, and a brilliant idea!! Definitely going to try this one out....IF we don't gobble up each and every piece of pizza from the night before. lol! Thanks for your sweet words about my prairie table. The hubs and I had such a good time making it together. I can hardly wait to create more vignettes on it and use it for crafting. :) We ordered one online last night before the sale ended! lol!

    Hugs to you, sweetie!

    xoxo laurie

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