Sometimes kids are picky eaters. It can make you absolutely bonkers. During the busy school year, you don't have as much time to cater to those individual needs. That's why I love food from Three Bridges. Their pastas and sauces are made with simple, honest, and better-for-you ingredients so there is zero guilt when you're cooking for your family. ThreeBridges equips you to cook a gourmet, nutritious and delicious meals in minutes that the entire family will enjoy. I used Three Bridges to create three entrees; Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, to show you how easy it is to craft up incredible food with little ingredients and little time. You can also check out their website for dozens of other yummy recipes.
I made a pesto scrambled egg with a side of meatball sausage. Put some oil in a pan and crack the egg. Let it cook for a few seconds as if you're cooking it sunny side up. Then add some of the Three Bridges pesto sauce. Scramble the egg in with the pesto and voila! Lightly cook your sausages until they are warm and you've got yourself a powerhouse meal in 5 minutes. You can add pesto to any style of egg you desire.
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How to Make an Easy Paper Plate Snowman
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Cook Three Bridges Three Cheese Tortellini according to the package. Chop some veggies like carrots, broccoli, and tomatoes to make a tiny salad. Or for your older kids, throw in some baby kale or spinach. Marinate in some oil and vinegar then toss the tortellini in with the vegetables. Add some pesto sauce and shaved parmesan. This makes a great lunch, hot or cold, and even your pickiest eater won't complain about this tasty meal. The best part about this is that it's very travel friendly. You can pop it into a container and make any school lunch complete. And aren't these plates cute? They're from Slimware, and are designed to help with portion control. Genius!
I loved the idea that Three Bridges has for a "lazy lasagna". You can make it in about an hour and it makes fabulous leftovers. I had extra meatballs from my breakfast and decided to make the tortellini with Three Bridges Heirloom Marinara sauce. I emptied the entire package of sauce into a pan to let it warm. Then I added in my meatballs, and after a few minutes, added the cooked tortellini. This is a dinner fit for kings (and queens, and princes, and princesses!)
ThreeBridges makes families feel great about their back to school meal routine as their products are made with better ingredients like hormone-free cheeses and cage free eggs. They never use any artificial ingredients, colors, preservatives and never add fillers which makes for healthy, stress free, tasty breakfasts, lunches, and dinners.
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