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Looking for a delicious, easy breakfast that could easily feed 6 people? I highly recommend this Bacon, Potato, and Spinach Frittata. It’s pure comfort food packed with protein (eggs), vegetables (spinach, potatoes) and flavor (bacon)!

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This frittata is so easy to make! I used to be cautious about frittatas because I was afraid they would stick to the pan. Well, I fear no more – I discovered that as long as you cook the frittata on medium-low heat, it will not stick and will not burn. Just be patient and cook the frittata over medium-low heat as the eggs start to set around the edge of the skillet, for about 5 minutes. After that – just put the skillet with the frittata under the broiler and broil until the top is set and no longer wet. So easy, and your frittata is perfect:

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Start by cooking the bacon:

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Add spinach and cook it with bacon just until the spinach wilts:

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Add already cooked and drained potatoes:

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Pour the egg mixture over the top:

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And cook the frittata on stove-top on medium-low heat until the edges separate from the pan. The center will still be moist and wet – put the skillet under the broiler for a couple of minutes and make sure not to burn yourself (use a glove).

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And, here are the changes I made to the original BHG recipe:

1) The recipe calls for kale – I used spinach, and used about double the amount (4 cups fresh spinach or about 5 ounces). I skipped the onion altogether.

2) The recipe calls for red skin (skin-on) new potatoes – I used small yellow (skin-on) potatoes instead. Any potatoes will work, as long as they are small. If your potatoes are too large, don’t just quarter them as the recipe instructs – cut them into smaller pieces to fit your skillet.

3) As you can see on the photos, I used stainless steel skillet – even in the stainless steel skillet, my frittata did not stick. The key is to cook the frittata on medium-low heat, or on low heat. And, I did not even grease the skillet (aside from cooking the bacon in it). I just put all the ingredients in the skillet as you can see on the photos (bacon, spinach, potatoes), poured the egg mixture over the vegetables and cooked on medium-low heat for about 5 minutes (the center was still wet at that point, but the edges were already set), then broiled it for about 2 minutes until the center was no longer wet. Make sure to use a glove and do not burn yourself.

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Cheesy Slow Cooker Mashed Potatoes | BHG Delish Dish

What’s your favorite Thanksgiving dish? Raise your hand if you’re like me and love mashed potatoes! I have to admit my most favorite thing about Thanksgiving is the side dishes and then the day after, the leftover side dishes.

When I saw these Rustic Garlic Mashed Potatoes made in a slow cooker, yes I said slow cooker…I had to try them! I didn’t think that you could improve on the most perfect mashed potatoes but you can. Because when you’re making Thanksgiving dinner, you run out of room to cook things. I know I do. So making your potatoes in a slow cooker is pretty genius! That frees up space on the stove and you can even keep them warm in the slow cooker.

I wanted to make my own twist on them so I made them with tons of sharp cheddar cheese. Cheesy potatoes are my absolute favorite!

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Hi! I’m Stephanie, the girl behind I am a Food Blog. I love food, photography, and all things cute! I am a Food Blog is where you’ll find me whipping up dishes inspired by my favorite restaurants, takeout, or just whatever’s in my fridge.

It’s the middle of fall and I’m loving it! With cold, sunny days and the hint of winter in the air, I find myself craving cozy, comforting recipes that will warm me up from the inside out. I’m talking about hearty braises, steaming stews, and anything potato-based.

I am a potato lover through and through and have been known to make a big batch of mashed potatoes to eat as dinner. Not the most exciting meal, but definitely super-comforting and delicious. When I found the BHG Goldilocks Potatoes I was just a bit (okay, a lot!) excited. Essentially, they’re fluffy mashed potatoes topped with softly whipped cream and cheddar.

I made a couple of changes from the original recipe:
1. Into the mashed potatoes, I stirred in some roasted garlic, crispy bacon, shredded cheddar and green onions.
2. I added extra cheese on top of the whipped topping.

I loved the way these potatoes turned out – almost like baked potato soup, but even more comforting, if that’s even possible! The whipped topping melted down in the potatoes so keep that in mind – you don’t need too much milk or butter in your mashed potato base. I made these in tiny individual cups, which would be perfect as an appetizer for all of those holiday parties coming up. You can prep all of the cups, keep them in the fridge and bake them off as needed, because who doesn’t love a cup full of comfort?


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Thanksgiving is all about the sides. There, I said it! Now, don’t get me wrong, Thanksgiving just wouldn’t be the same without the turkey, but all the flavor and fun is in the scrumptious dishes that accompany that beautiful bird. Am I right? My favorite classics include green bean casserole, roasted butternut squash, and Waldorf salad. I’m so glad Thanksgiving is only a week away because I’m craving some hearty comfort food.

 1. Skillet Scalloped Corn  // 2. Sweet Potato Casserole with Pecan Topping // 3. Roast Green Beans with Beets, Feta and Walnuts // 4. Slow-Baked Tomatoes with Garlic and Mint // 5. Mashed Potato Pots // 6. Cheesy Mashed Potatoes with Gouda and Crispy Pancetta // 7. Savory Butternut Squash Dressing // 8. Florence Mama’s Candied Yams

If you are looking to mix things up this year with some delicious new sides, I’ve collected eight fabulous recipes that are sure to complement your turkey and keep your guests begging for another helping. As a bonus (if you still have room), I also found four unique and beautiful desserts. I mean, what’s Thanksgiving without a slice of pie?

1. Autumn Pumpkin Bars // 2. Chocolate Swirl Cheesecake // 3. Apple-Pear Praline Pie // 4. Fruit and Nut Chocolate Sticks // 5. Fresh Raspberry Bars


I hope you enjoyed my collection of recipes and make one or two your new family favorites! Wishing you a festive, happy, and delicious Thanksgiving!


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