It has been about two months since I last posted, and I am sorry.
I have been very busy because I was offered a Full-Time position as a Daycare/Preschool Teacher. I am rejoiced to say that I have accepted the offer! It is an amazing job, and I am very happy that I have the opportunity to make a difference in a Child’s life.
I am still going to college, but I am now only taking 3 classes instead of 4. I am excited for the fun classes that I am taking next semester, but I am only going to be taking 3 then too.
That being said.. I have formed an obsession for quick, easy meals. Especially meals that only use little dishes, but are still healthy and filling!
One of my favorites right now is Sausage, Potato’s, and Carrots! It is very simple to make, and you can make it all in one dish!
It has passed the Toddler test, and tastes good with about anything on the side (that is, if you even want anything!)
If you want to try this delicious meal, then keep reading! If not, check back in a couple days for a new post 🙂
One Pot Meal- Sausage, Potato, and Carrots
- 1 package of Turkey Sausage
- 6 Potato’s
- 4 long Carrots
- Olive Oil
- 1/2 Ranch Packet
- Garlic Seasoning
- Italian Seasoning
The very first thing you should do is Preheat your oven to 400 degrees, and grease your Baking pan with your oil of choice.
Then, dice the Potato’s, and add them to the pan.
Once you are done with the Potato’s, chop the Carrots in half (Hot Dog style) and then slice.
It should look something like this:
After I finish cutting all of the vegetables, I wipe my cutting board down, flip it to the “Meat/Poultry” side, and then slice the Sausage.
Once all of your ingredients (besides the seasonings) are in the pan, drizzle everything with Olive Oil (I do not have specific measurements for any of the seasonings). Then, lightly shake 1/2 packet of Ranch Seasoning over the Olive oil. Add Seasonings, and put in the oven!
Let cook for 30 minutes (it may be a little longer, or shorter, depending on your oven) and then you have this amazing, quick dinner!
Tadaaa! It is done!
(It taste really great with honey cornbread on the side.)
If you try this, and love it, or make any changes to it, please let me know!