I came across a recipe for Guac & Chicken Pinwheels with Tyson Grilled & Ready on Twitter (retweeted by @therebelchick here).
This is so quick, easy, and good. It looks like a great way to use up some of the ingredients you have hanging around the fridge, too. I don’t know about you, but I’m always looking for inviting ways to use up the rest of the fresh spinach before it goes bad.
So what we have here is some chicken, cheese, spinach and guacamole, rolled up in a tortilla and cut into bite-sized peices. It would make a great snack, appetizer, or main dish. You could even serve it up with some homemade ranch or blue cheese dressing.
Personally, I would use sliced cheddar or pepper jack in place of American cheese, and substitute some of my cook-ahead chicken for the store-bought chicken in the original recipe, but I love the idea here!
One thing that’s pictured, but not named,in the original blog post is Wholly Guacamole, store-bought guac. While nothing beats homemade guacamole, I have found that this brand is quite good, and makes for a very acceptable substitute for the real thing. Normally I won’t touch store-bought guac, so that’s a pretty big deal.
Thanks to @therebelchick and @Momhatescooking for the headsup on this one!
I did not have the time or, more importantly, the inspiration to really cook tonight (yes, even I sometimes feel uninspired about food). Rather than resort to thawing out leftovers that sound less than appetizing at the moment, I decided that we would have bacon, fried eggs, and fresh strawberries.
It feels decadent, fulfilling, and almost exotic. Yet, it is so easy and requires no forethought. The eggs are very nice locally raised eggs, and the strawberries are frighteningly flavorful for this time of year.
It has that special occasion meal kind of feeling about it. Just more proof that no time of day is the wrong time of day for breakfast food. Give it a try!
Wow! I just discovered this wonderful, very easy breakfast delight!
In the evening:
Slice an apple or two into wedges
Wrap each wedge in a piece of bacon (I used about 1/3 slice of bacon for each wedge, my wedges were fairly small)
Secure ends with toothpicks
In the morning:
Preheat oven to 400 degrees
Place apple slices on a cookie sheet and bake about 15 minutes (or until bacon is done to your liking)
This was great alone, and would perfectly compliment eggs. Next time I am going to try it with a little cream cheese and drizzled with maple syrup. It’s great if you want something for breakfast without trying to cook first thing in the morning, and would make a great snack any time of day!