Egg Pesto Melt Program

Want a recipe that's perfect for breakfast, lunch OR dinner? You have to try these fast and easy Egg Pesto Melts!

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Hi, I’m Catherine. Mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. My passion is creating simple, healthy recipes that can be enjoyed by the whole family.

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  • Angela

    Funny how the advertisements don't need any buffering but your video does!! That drives me crazy!!!!!!

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    • Catherine

      Let me look into it, but there shouldn't be a problem. Hmmm...

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  • Amy F.

    Sounds good! I can't wait until my son will eat stuff like this. Fingers crossed that it is sooner than later.

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  • Jill

    I just made this in quesadilla form. It was delish!

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  • Lauren

    Does your child reheat the sandwich for lunch @ school? It always confuses me when you say you make your child warm lunches for school. The sounds delish! I can't wait to make it!

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    • Katie Trumbauer

      I was wondering the same thing, can they eat it cold at school? Does the egg do ok without being in the fridge??

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  • Poutalitious

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  • Kiki

    Just stumbled upon your site and I love it! Already a big fan. Packing lunches for school is big challenge for me, particularly since his school does not heat student lunches. So, my question is similar to Lauren's 1) if I pack it with an icepack...will it be good to eat cold? Or should I make it in the morning and put it into a thermos...so it stays somewhat warm (or would the egg or bad sitting in a thermos for 4 hours?) and 2) Is this something you can make the night before and put in the firge overnight for lunch the next day? Sorry for the longwinded post! New mom and new cook! :)

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    • Catherine McCord

      You can make this the night before. I usually make it in the morning, let it cool completely, then place it in the lunchbox. I always pack an icepack with lunch and our school lunches are not heated so they are all eaten at room temperature. I think if you put it into a thermos the bread would get soggy. Everything I pack in school lunch is eaten at room temperature or \"cold\"!

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  • Chelsea

    That looks delicious

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