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Cooking Blogs: Pie Pops and More


In today's Link Love, Parmesan-crusted tilapia, plus asparagus

Every day, The Daily Meal rounds up stories worth reading and blogs worth following.

• A delicious summer twist on the cake pop: pie pops, made by Emily Schuman. [Cupcakes and Cashmere]

• While asparagus is still in season, throw it together with bacon and Dijon mustard for spicy kick. [For the Love of Cooking]

• For a healthy alternative to comfort food, these Skinny Texas Cheese Fries leave on the potato skins for extra fiber and combine them with a low-fat buttermilk ranch on the side. [Skinny Taste]

• A Key lime curd tastes as delicious on its own as it does in yogurts, scones, or tartlets. [Annie's Eats]

• Add Parmesan and mayo to your next serving of tilapia for a flavorful rub. [Kaylyn's Kitchen]


Yummy Breakfast Pie Casserole Recipe – Perfect For Holiday Mornings!

It has never let me down and is my go-to breakfast recipe when I want something more than just a bowl of cereal.

What I love about this recipe, in addition to the delicious flavor, is that the recipe makes two pies, so it’s perfect for feeding a crowd! If I don’t have a crowd to feed, I bake both pies, but freeze one of them for later. Leftovers can be refrigerated and popped into the microwave when you’re ready for another serving.

I traditionally make this recipe for Christmas morning breakfast with my family. I can make the recipe ahead of time and just pop it in the oven on Christmas morning while packages are being opened. Since individual servings reheat so well in the microwave, everyone can just eat when they’re ready.

I recommend covering what you’re reheating with a slightly dampened paper towel. Sounds crazy, but that prevents the crust from drying out and becoming chewy.


Yummy Breakfast Pie Casserole Recipe – Perfect For Holiday Mornings!

It has never let me down and is my go-to breakfast recipe when I want something more than just a bowl of cereal.

What I love about this recipe, in addition to the delicious flavor, is that the recipe makes two pies, so it’s perfect for feeding a crowd! If I don’t have a crowd to feed, I bake both pies, but freeze one of them for later. Leftovers can be refrigerated and popped into the microwave when you’re ready for another serving.

I traditionally make this recipe for Christmas morning breakfast with my family. I can make the recipe ahead of time and just pop it in the oven on Christmas morning while packages are being opened. Since individual servings reheat so well in the microwave, everyone can just eat when they’re ready.

I recommend covering what you’re reheating with a slightly dampened paper towel. Sounds crazy, but that prevents the crust from drying out and becoming chewy.


Yummy Breakfast Pie Casserole Recipe – Perfect For Holiday Mornings!

It has never let me down and is my go-to breakfast recipe when I want something more than just a bowl of cereal.

What I love about this recipe, in addition to the delicious flavor, is that the recipe makes two pies, so it’s perfect for feeding a crowd! If I don’t have a crowd to feed, I bake both pies, but freeze one of them for later. Leftovers can be refrigerated and popped into the microwave when you’re ready for another serving.

I traditionally make this recipe for Christmas morning breakfast with my family. I can make the recipe ahead of time and just pop it in the oven on Christmas morning while packages are being opened. Since individual servings reheat so well in the microwave, everyone can just eat when they’re ready.

I recommend covering what you’re reheating with a slightly dampened paper towel. Sounds crazy, but that prevents the crust from drying out and becoming chewy.


Yummy Breakfast Pie Casserole Recipe – Perfect For Holiday Mornings!

It has never let me down and is my go-to breakfast recipe when I want something more than just a bowl of cereal.

What I love about this recipe, in addition to the delicious flavor, is that the recipe makes two pies, so it’s perfect for feeding a crowd! If I don’t have a crowd to feed, I bake both pies, but freeze one of them for later. Leftovers can be refrigerated and popped into the microwave when you’re ready for another serving.

I traditionally make this recipe for Christmas morning breakfast with my family. I can make the recipe ahead of time and just pop it in the oven on Christmas morning while packages are being opened. Since individual servings reheat so well in the microwave, everyone can just eat when they’re ready.

I recommend covering what you’re reheating with a slightly dampened paper towel. Sounds crazy, but that prevents the crust from drying out and becoming chewy.


Yummy Breakfast Pie Casserole Recipe – Perfect For Holiday Mornings!

It has never let me down and is my go-to breakfast recipe when I want something more than just a bowl of cereal.

What I love about this recipe, in addition to the delicious flavor, is that the recipe makes two pies, so it’s perfect for feeding a crowd! If I don’t have a crowd to feed, I bake both pies, but freeze one of them for later. Leftovers can be refrigerated and popped into the microwave when you’re ready for another serving.

I traditionally make this recipe for Christmas morning breakfast with my family. I can make the recipe ahead of time and just pop it in the oven on Christmas morning while packages are being opened. Since individual servings reheat so well in the microwave, everyone can just eat when they’re ready.

I recommend covering what you’re reheating with a slightly dampened paper towel. Sounds crazy, but that prevents the crust from drying out and becoming chewy.


Yummy Breakfast Pie Casserole Recipe – Perfect For Holiday Mornings!

It has never let me down and is my go-to breakfast recipe when I want something more than just a bowl of cereal.

What I love about this recipe, in addition to the delicious flavor, is that the recipe makes two pies, so it’s perfect for feeding a crowd! If I don’t have a crowd to feed, I bake both pies, but freeze one of them for later. Leftovers can be refrigerated and popped into the microwave when you’re ready for another serving.

I traditionally make this recipe for Christmas morning breakfast with my family. I can make the recipe ahead of time and just pop it in the oven on Christmas morning while packages are being opened. Since individual servings reheat so well in the microwave, everyone can just eat when they’re ready.

I recommend covering what you’re reheating with a slightly dampened paper towel. Sounds crazy, but that prevents the crust from drying out and becoming chewy.


Yummy Breakfast Pie Casserole Recipe – Perfect For Holiday Mornings!

It has never let me down and is my go-to breakfast recipe when I want something more than just a bowl of cereal.

What I love about this recipe, in addition to the delicious flavor, is that the recipe makes two pies, so it’s perfect for feeding a crowd! If I don’t have a crowd to feed, I bake both pies, but freeze one of them for later. Leftovers can be refrigerated and popped into the microwave when you’re ready for another serving.

I traditionally make this recipe for Christmas morning breakfast with my family. I can make the recipe ahead of time and just pop it in the oven on Christmas morning while packages are being opened. Since individual servings reheat so well in the microwave, everyone can just eat when they’re ready.

I recommend covering what you’re reheating with a slightly dampened paper towel. Sounds crazy, but that prevents the crust from drying out and becoming chewy.


Yummy Breakfast Pie Casserole Recipe – Perfect For Holiday Mornings!

It has never let me down and is my go-to breakfast recipe when I want something more than just a bowl of cereal.

What I love about this recipe, in addition to the delicious flavor, is that the recipe makes two pies, so it’s perfect for feeding a crowd! If I don’t have a crowd to feed, I bake both pies, but freeze one of them for later. Leftovers can be refrigerated and popped into the microwave when you’re ready for another serving.

I traditionally make this recipe for Christmas morning breakfast with my family. I can make the recipe ahead of time and just pop it in the oven on Christmas morning while packages are being opened. Since individual servings reheat so well in the microwave, everyone can just eat when they’re ready.

I recommend covering what you’re reheating with a slightly dampened paper towel. Sounds crazy, but that prevents the crust from drying out and becoming chewy.


Yummy Breakfast Pie Casserole Recipe – Perfect For Holiday Mornings!

It has never let me down and is my go-to breakfast recipe when I want something more than just a bowl of cereal.

What I love about this recipe, in addition to the delicious flavor, is that the recipe makes two pies, so it’s perfect for feeding a crowd! If I don’t have a crowd to feed, I bake both pies, but freeze one of them for later. Leftovers can be refrigerated and popped into the microwave when you’re ready for another serving.

I traditionally make this recipe for Christmas morning breakfast with my family. I can make the recipe ahead of time and just pop it in the oven on Christmas morning while packages are being opened. Since individual servings reheat so well in the microwave, everyone can just eat when they’re ready.

I recommend covering what you’re reheating with a slightly dampened paper towel. Sounds crazy, but that prevents the crust from drying out and becoming chewy.


Yummy Breakfast Pie Casserole Recipe – Perfect For Holiday Mornings!

It has never let me down and is my go-to breakfast recipe when I want something more than just a bowl of cereal.

What I love about this recipe, in addition to the delicious flavor, is that the recipe makes two pies, so it’s perfect for feeding a crowd! If I don’t have a crowd to feed, I bake both pies, but freeze one of them for later. Leftovers can be refrigerated and popped into the microwave when you’re ready for another serving.

I traditionally make this recipe for Christmas morning breakfast with my family. I can make the recipe ahead of time and just pop it in the oven on Christmas morning while packages are being opened. Since individual servings reheat so well in the microwave, everyone can just eat when they’re ready.

I recommend covering what you’re reheating with a slightly dampened paper towel. Sounds crazy, but that prevents the crust from drying out and becoming chewy.