this pizza crust together. It is my very favorite and is pretty simple to make. It's best when it can rise for several hours in the fridge, so making it a night ahead of when you'll need it is ideal.
Top your pizza with minced garlic and olive oil, with spinach, bacon and an egg (put the pizza in the oven without it, but leave a little space for it in the middle, then, when there's about 10 or so minutes left to cook, take the pizza out, crack the egg and put it back in until it's done!). Or pizza sauce, Italian sausage, shredded mozzarella.
Check out these super easy deconstructed egg sandwiches. They take four ingredients - and one of them is a garnish!
Banana cupcakes with cream cheese frosting!
cinnamon streusel baked French toast (prepare everything ahead of time on Saturday night, refrigerate and bake it out in the morning), deconstructed egg sandwiches (or just regular eggs), bacon and fruit? I highly, highly recommend the Wellshire Farms dry rubbed bacon that you get at the meat counter at Whole Foods. It is a total splurge, but it is the very best bacon I have ever had. And don't forget plenty of coffee and OJ!
chicken nuggets? They don't take much time and are so tasty and juicy. I changed the recipe a little and added some other herbs to the breadcrumb mix, and I fried mine for a few minutes on each side in a small amount of oil in a skillet.
this Italian pot roast is a fantastic idea. It takes a little forethought, since you have to cook the meat for four hours, refrigerate for a few more and then warm everything up and assemble, but it's a great meal to dig into with the ones you love. So flavorful, tender and worth the effort!