There is nothing so yummy as a hot BLT Panini made on whole wheat bread. Not to mention that it takes hardly any time to make these for the whole family. Serve with a vegetable tray and dip and you have a great dinner… or even a lunch!
Here is how I make mine BLT Panini:
2 slices of whole wheat bread, buttered on one side
2 slices of cheese
3 pieces of bacon
2 slices of lettuce
1 slice of tomato
Layer it this way for the best results: buttered bread, slice of cheese, lettuce, tomato, bacon, lettuce, cheese, buttered bread. Be sure that the butter is facing out, so the bread will not stick to the panini maker.
Slice in half and serve warm!
Here is a recipe that you will absolutely love and make again and again. It is easy, cheap, healthy and delicious!
1/4 c butter
1/4 c honey
2 tbsp brown rice syrup (or corn syrup)
1/3 c sucanat (or brown sugar)
2 c rolled oats
1 c Rice Krispies
1/2 teas vanilla
1/2 c choc. chips
(optional: substitue 1 cup of rolled oats for 1 cup of sliced almonds)
Mix oats, rice cereal and almonds in a bowl. Set aside. In small pot melt butter, honey, syrup and sucanat until boils. Reduce heat and cook for 2 minutes. Pour in vanilla and stir. Pour into dry ingredients. Transfer to a lightly greased jelly roll pan, pressing mixture into the pan firmly.
Bake at 250 degrees for 10 minutes.
Sprinkle chips on top of hot pan and let sit for 10 minutes or longer. With a spoon, spread the softened chocolate across the top of the pan. You could top these bars with nuts, coconut or dried fruit, as well as add these to the dry ingredients.
Cool completely, cut and store in air tight container. This is a freezable recipe!
Black Bean Salsa
Manoah ‘smiling' to Black Bean Salsa
Talk about one of those easy recipes! Make at least one hour before serving and refrigerate.
1 can of drained corn
1 can of drained black beans
1 jar of your favorite salsa
Mix together, refrigerate and serve. It can be frozen, but it has lasted for several days and tasted great!