Over the next six weeks, we are sharing some of our favorite holiday foods, snacks, appetizers, and more to get all of us in the holiday spirit. The week before Thanksgiving is usually the food-free-for-all around my house and it doesn’t stop til New Years!
And…we may have a guest food blogger with some of her favorite recipes!
Disclaimer: most recipes contain butter, half and half, sugar, and you may or may not gain 15 pounds over the next six weeks. But they are good…and you will definitely be the belle of the ball should you share one of these recipes with your loved ones.
This week starts with a favorite recipe from Cory, our contributing editor, who not only loves fashion but is an amazing cook. She is sharing a recipe from her mom, who is like a mom to Angie and I. We love you Judy!
Overnight Southwest Fondue
One Dozen Eggs
1 cup of half and half
Salt and Pepper to taste
4 T green onions ( just the green part)
6 Slices of sourdough bread cubed
1 roll of port sausage
1/2 onion chopped
2 baking potatoes cut into very small cubes
2 cups grated monterry jack cheese
*2 T green chilis (optional
Combine eggs, half and half and green onions and set aside.
Saute sausage, onions and potatoes until cooked in a skillet.
Chop bread into cubes and insert into a greased casserole dish.
Add sausage, onions and potatoes, then add cheese and add eggs on top.
The green chilis are optional (but a must!), if added they go on top.
Store in fridge overnight
Bake for 25-35 minutes at 350 degrees.
Perfect for Christmas Eve or Christmas morning. It bakes while you open presents and is so delicious with Mimosa’s!!