Is anyone thinking of what they are going to plant in the garden yet? I have been....I know, it's not quite time yet, but I can't help it! I want to get in that dirt! I like to plant atleast one new food each season. Last year I did sugar snap peas, they were time consuming, but very worth the sweet and tender taste. I'm not sure what the new food will be this year. We have a garden spot, but I also like to plant in containers. Containers are perfect for garden beginners, or city folk with not much room, or for people like me, who just want "even more" room! If you have never tried gardening, or container gardening, you should try it, it so fun to grow your own food and kids love to get involved. I plant rows of carrots, etc just for my kids to water and pick. They love seeing the results come up out of the ground! Containers are really good for kids too. Today I'm listing a "classic." It is from Betty Crocker and it's seen on many bisquick boxes, but this is for those of you who may have seen it and never tried it. It is quick and easy and oh so good! Kids love it and it is so simple. I enjoy making this on those really busy nights, or on those days where I have nothing in my fridge to feed my family! It would be easy to make two at the same time if you have a bigger family, or if you want leftovers the next day. I don't usually care for leftovers, but this reheats great. You could even add in corn or green beans to give it a veggie.
Impossibly Easy Cheeseburger Pie
1pd ground beef
1 large onion, chopped (optional)
1C shredded cheddar cheese
1/2C bisquick mix
Heat oven to 400. Spray a 9inch glass pie plate with cooking spray. Cook beef and onion until done;drain. Stir in salt. Spread in pie plate. Sprinkle with cheese. In a small bowl, stir rest of ingredients with fork until blended. Pour into pie plate. Bake about 25min or until knife come out clean. High altitude (3500-6500 Bake 30-35min)