A celebration of the American labor movement dedicated to the social and economical achievements of workers, Labor Day is a holiday to kick up our feet and enjoy a relaxing, work-free day. If you’re planning on staying a home, here are some easy “no work” recipes that you can make on your day off.
Start your day with an easy and filling breakfast. With only 4 ingredients, this 2 minute Egg Sausage & Cheddar Breakfast Bowl is a great compliment to a refreshing glass of OJ and a big comfy chair. http://ncegg.org/recipes/egg-sausage-cheddar-breakfast-bowl/
Another great breakfast or brunch recipe are these Cornmeal Pancakes. You only need 4 ingredients, a mixing bowl and a griddle to be minutes away from this savory treat. Get the kids involved and let them choose their toppings like salsa or honey to make them either sweet or salty. http://ncegg.org/recipes/cornmeal-pancakes/
Throw together a tasty lunch in 10 minutes with only 5 ingredients. This recipe for Creamy Pasta & Egg Skillet is faster than a drive through and egg-sploding with flavor. http://www.incredibleegg.org/recipes/recipe/creamy-pasta-egg-skillet?from=/recipes/collection/main-dish/skillet
Turn up the flavor with this B.E.L.T. Sandwich, great for either lunch or dinner. Pack bacon, eggs, arugula, tomato and mayonnaise between two crispy, buttery pieces of brioche bread, and you’ve got breakfast, lunch and dinner all wrapped up in one meal! http://www.aeb.org/foodservice/recipes/61-beakfast-sandwiches/375-b-e-l-t-sandwich-breakfast-sandwich