Sunday, March 4, 2012

Cooking with Kyle


Kyle made another  wonderful recipe in this week's, "Cooking with Kyle."  He decided to make a breakfast/brunch burrito, and fruit salad.  Almost all of the ingredients were on sale at Meijer this past week, so not only did it taste great, it was inexpensive to make.



These are the ingredients he used for his breakfast burrito: eggs, mushrooms, chicken sausage, cheese, and tortillas.     In the fruit salad, he used cantaloupe, bananas, strawberries, and grapes.


He started by cutting the mushrooms into small pieces, while the chicken sausage cooked. The directions said they could be cooked in the microwave, so that is what he decided to do.

Kara helped him break 6 eggs into a bowl.  I was not too thrilled when it became a race, and an broken egg ended up on the stove.  These two are so competitive sometimes.

He added some milk to the eggs, and then sprayed the skillet with cooking spray.

He added in the ingredients to the egg mixture while it was in the skillet

Once all of the ingredients were added, he made sure they were evenly distributed  throughout the pan

He had hoped to make it into more of an omelet than a scramble, but it was a bit too hard for him to get the eggs to fold over.

He rolled some of the eggs in each tortilla.   Our tortillas were too small to make an actual burrito, but it could easily be done with 10" tortillas


Brunch is served!  He once again  made an excellent recipe that we all loved.  I personally  really liked the addition of the chicken sausage to the burrito. ( Johnsonville brand)  It gave the taste a nice kick, and made it more filling.  This recipe is great for all ages, because it is very easy to change the ingredients to your own preference.  

Hmm... what should he make next week?

Check out last weeks recipe, Chicken Salad Surprise here

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16 comments:

  1. Great job, Kyle! I love when kids are learning to cook. They come up with great creations. A breakfast burrito happens to be one of my favorite meals.

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  2. This is great! I love that he came up with it all on his own! I'm going to have to try this because I am a HUGE fan of breakfast burritos!

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  3. Hey! Great photos and the recipe looks delish! We would love to have you share it with us at Kids in the Kitchen! We are promoting family friendly recipes with "kids cooking" and helping in the kitchen. Photos of kids is so welcome too! Please link here: http://younglivingoillady.com/home/kids-in-the-kitchen-week-3/
    We'd love to have you share your family friendly, healthy recipes with us each Tuesday (link open all week). Hope to see you soon and again each week! Blessings,Carrie @ younglivingoillady.com

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  4. Thanks for linking up with us at Kids in the Kitchen! Good job Kyle! he did a terrific job! We are happy you joined us- Kelli & Carrie

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  5. thank you so much for linking up with us at Kids in the Kitchen - Kyle did a great job on his breakfast burrito! we are so glad to have you join us!

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  6. Thanks for the recipe Kyle! Featured on FB!
    xo

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  7. I love it that you featured Kyle cooking. I think it's important that kids have the opportunity to try their hand at something that they usually only see adults doing. I'd love it if you share this at Whimsy Wednesday over at www.thenymelrosefamily.blogspot.com/2012/03/whimsy-wednesdays-1.html. I'm following.

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  8. Nice job, Kyle! That's a very well balanced meal and very attractive, too. I haven't used that brand of sausage yet, but I'm always looking for non-pork breakfast options. I'm glad to know that you all enjoyed it. Keep on cooking!
    Gail

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  9. I'm so glad you shared this at Whimsy Wednesday over at The NY Melrose Family.

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  10. I love kids cooking and it looks healthy and yummy!! I found you on the Taste This Thursday Blog Hop and I am glad I did. I am now following you and would love a follow back.

    My Turn (for us)

    http://myturn-evelyn.blogspot.com/

    Thanks, I enjoyed the visit.

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  11. Wow! I think this is fabulous! What a great way to help teach your kids to be good eaters. My daughter would love to have her own feature on my blog (I may have to consider this!) This would be a great addition to my link-up "Food Adventure Friday." Feel free to stop by and link up!

    http://teachinggoodeaters.blogspot.com/2012/03/food-adventure-friday-green-feast.html

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  12. Awww this is sooo sweet! Love that he makes his own recipes and shares them, you must be one proud Momma! Thanks so much for sharing with the Pink Hippo party!

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  13. Yum! That looks soooo good right now....He has some serious cooking talent! ;)

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  14. This is so great! I love it when kids get involved in the kitchen. Thanks so much for sharing at Mom On Timeout!

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  15. Kyle is becoming quite the cooker! Thanks for sharing at Sharing Saturday!! I hope you will share again with us this week.

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  16. Way to go, Kyle! Thanks for sharing this at Shine on Fridays last week!

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