This post is sponsored by Omaha Steaks, and the views and opinions expressed here are our own.
When we heard Omaha Steaks was introducing a new line of breakfast meals, we weren’t quite sure of the connection. What did a place famous for its top quality steaks know about breakfast, we asked ourselves. But then we had the chance to taste a couple of them, and realized these new skillet breakfast meals from Omaha Steaks are legit. So yes, they know what they are doing!
With hearty flavors like Ranchero Steak and Beans, Meat Lovers’ and Chorizo and Sweet Potato Hash, these new Omaha Steaks Butchers Breakfasts make it easy to eat well in the morning. Those same great ingredients and prime cuts of meat that have made Omaha Steaks so popular are all here for morning munching. Super easy to cook, delicious and nutritious, these Butchers Breakfasts can be prepared and hit the table in under 15 minutes flat.
Quick and Easy
Our family can really use the help most mornings, since the girls are always pushing things to the last minute. Jon is the morning dad, and so breakfast duties fall on him. Everyone rushes around to get out the door for school and work. Dogs walked, hair brushed, outfits changed at least three times – sometimes there hardly seems time for breakfast at all.
With the new Omaha Steaks Butchers Breakfasts, just take the meal directly from the freezer, pour contents into a skillet, cover and cook. In a bowl, you heat the sauce packet while the skillet is cooking. Then you add the sauce to the skillet, and it simmers for a couple of minutes to blend all the goodness. We topped ours with poached eggs, and voilá! A delicious meal ready to enjoy before running to make the carpool.
Well of course there is good meat. It’s Omaha Steaks after all! The Ranchero Steak and Beans Butcher’s Breakfast is loaded with seasoned Omaha Steak and savory uncured bacon. The meats are mixed with fire-roasted tomatoes, tomatillos, green chiles, green & poblano peppers, and onion for a morning kick. Sauté all this in their sauce of lime juice, chili peppers, and sweet paprika, and you are ready to roll. My family gobbled their breakfasts right up, and the kids arrived at school fueled and ready to learn.
That beats a bowl of cereal any day. Now how to teach the girls to cook breakfast for me . Hmm, stay tuned on that one.