Hello there 🙂 I am Angie, from over at Successful Together and I am delighted to be here and sharing a recipe with you! Shannon so fabulously offered me the chance to post for all of you and I am really excited to be here.
I wanted to share just a little about me and my blog, and then we can get right in to the recipe! I live in SC with my wonderful hubby and our three furbabies. I sell insurance by day, and blog most of my other free time. My blog and I seem to go hand in hand. I joined Weight Watchers about 4 years ago and lost 40 lbs. I use my blog as a way to keep up with recipes that I try or create, and also as a way to hopefully help others by inspiring food combinations and hopefully confidences in the kitchen. I also try to create meals and food that every day people would like to eat and be able to cook. Occasionally, a recipe or two might include a more rare ingredient, but I try to keep it fairly simple. Enter today’s recipe. A simple and affordable meal, that can be adapted to mostly any taste, by adding extra veggies, some additional protein, and using your favorite CHEESE 🙂 This recipe is cooked up in a 9×13 dish, but you could half the ingredients and make it in an 8×8 if that better suits your needs.
36 ritz crackers (about 1 sleeve) crushed fine, I put mine in my mini food processor
1/2 cup milk
1 tbs onion powder
2 cups prepared white gravy (pour-able consistency, but not water thin)
1/2 cup cheese
Preheat oven to 375. Spray glass 9×13 dish with cooking spray. Spread the crushed crackers in the bottom of the dish. Drizzle the gravy as evenly as possible over the cracker crumbs. In a large mixing bowl, beat the eggs, milk and onion powder until well combined and pour this evenly over the gravy and cracker base. Top with cheese. Bake for 30-35 minutes or until puffed and cooked through. Serve and Enjoy! This would be great topped with some salsa, hot sauce, or as my hubby likes it, with maple syrup 🙂
Serves 8 at 7 PointPlus
Serves 6 at 9 PointsPlus
Serves 4 at 14 PointsPlus
Thank you so much Angie for this wonderful guest post. I also just realized you are in SC too.