Simek’s Mini Sausage Meatball Omelets


infoimage2The long Memorial Day Weekend is upon us!

We are sure you are getting prepped and ready for times on the boat, campfires with s’mores, and lots of good food. With a crew of family and friends coming up to the cabin a delicious menu is a must!

You have the grilling essentials for dinner ready, evening, late night hot dogs for the grill, and delicious salads to share at the pot luck.

With all the planning you can’t forget about the most important meal of the day!

The last meal on your list is breakfast… You want something easy, healthy and that will feed your whole group, including the kiddos and picky eaters.

Cereal? Too simple.

Doughnuts? Not very healthy.

Scrambled eggs? Too boring… This weekend is supposed to be fun… So let’s start with breakfast!


If you are looking for more time saving, protein filled recipes so you can avoid the kitchen, stay outdoors and fuel your family for a fun filled day, check out Simek’s additional varieties of meatballs sizes and flavors – they are sure to make your mealtime even easier.

Check out this Simek’s Mini Meatball Omelet Recipe at the bottom of the blog. The recipe card is printable and includes all the direction you need to make your Memorial Weekend breakfast a hit for everyone!

Want to make this meal even more simple? Have your onions and bell peppers prepared prior to adventuring away from your home for the weekend and place them in an air tight plastic container. This will make your prep time cut in half and leave you with one less step!

It’s about to be an Eggcelent long weekend with a little help from Simek’s, Coborn’s and some meal planning!

Have a safe, fun and sun-filled weekend Coborn’s Bloggers!

Simek's Mini Meatball Omelete Recipe
Serves: 12
  • 1 Bag Simek’s Mini Sausage Meatballs
  • 8 Eggs
  • ¼ Cup Milk
  • ¼ Cup Water
  • ½ Cup Red Bell Pepper, Diced
  • ½ Cup Green Bell Pepper, Diced
  • 2 Green Onions, diced
  • 1 Cup Shredded Cheese
  • 1 Bag smiley fries, tator tots, or potato cake
  1. Heat Oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Spray muffin tin with non-stick cooking spray.
  3. Place 1 round smiley fry, tator tot, or potato cake in each muffin pit and bake for 10 minutes.
  4. Remove from oven and lower temperature to 350 degrees.
  5. Set aside.
  6. Prepare diced onions and peppers.
  7. Whisk together eggs, milk, and water.
  8. Top your potatoes with 3 Simek’s Mini Sausage Meatballs, chopped bell peppers and diced onions.
  9. Pour egg mixture over ingredients, filling each muffin tin to the top.
  10. Sprinkle cheese on top of each muffin tin.
  11. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes or until cooked through.


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Another year has gone by and my oldest is now 4. Lately she has been obsessed with the Nickelodeon Cartoon, Paw Patrol. So obviously she requested to have a Paw Patrol Birthday Party. In this blog I will show you how I decorated, a recipe and video for how to make Dog Bone Cookies and Puppy Chow Snack Mix, the food I served and I will also show you Paw Patrol varieties of cakes you can order from your local Coborn’s Bakery.

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Healthy Eating as a Family

Welcome to March, and the final stretch of winter (hopefully)! This month, we’re celebrating National Nutrition Month and the opportunities that arise to eat healthy as a family. Taking the time to dine together, as well as teaching your children how to read nutrition labels are important habits to develop now so your kids will take them into adulthood tomorrow.

In March 1973, the American Dietetic Association initiated a weeklong event called “National Nutrition Week.” By 1980, growing public interest in nutrition compelled the group to start a month-long observance. Today, the ADA uses March as an opportunity to focus on the importance of making informed food choices, developing sound eating habits, and getting plenty of physical activity. Continue reading “Healthy Eating as a Family”

Cooking in a Crockpot

Running a family and working full time can really make getting dinner on the table a challenge. But when the cold weather hits there’s a tool you can use to create some incredible meals with very little effort. We’re talking about slow cookers!

There are some things to keep in mind when you’re using a slow cooker. Only fill the crockpot one half to two thirds full. The foods will not cook properly if the appliance is filled to the brim. If the food and liquid level is lower, the foods will cook too quickly. When you’re layering your food in the slow cooker – know that food on the bottom cooks faster and will be moister because they’ll be in the cooking liquid. Besides saving you time, slow cookers are also a great way to save money. Since you’re cooking meat for several hours, cheaper cuts of meat are perfect for this method. You’ll get a very tender result – without paying a premium. Continue reading “Cooking in a Crockpot”