Written by Premio Foods on May 3, 2021Are you hoping to save a bit of money on your family vacation by making some meals on your own? Providing your own food on a family trip doesn't have to mean eating the same boring thing every day or surviving off of snacks. Take a look at these tips and recipes to help you save money, serve some delicious meals and avoid the stress of coming up with dinner ideas while on vacation. (more…) Read more
Written by Premio Foods on April 30, 2021If you're used to handing your child lunch money as they head off to school, coming up with summer lunch ideas for kids can be challenging. But kids' lunches can be just as fun to make as they are to eat if you have the right recipes. Although the old standbys of grilled cheese and pizza can start to feel stale, putting a twist on kid-friendly classics can result in lunches that kids and parents alike can get excited about. This article will give you plenty of ways to whip up tasty recipes that will have your kids begging to be your sous chef all summer long. Read on to discover creative summer lunch ideas for kids that are perfect for all ages, from little tykes to those old enough to help out in the kitchen.
6 Lunch Ideas for Kids During SummerSummer is a great time to ... Read more
Written by Premio Foods on April 26, 2021If you love soup so much you eat it all year round, you've probably thought about making your own variation of the meal at home. Although soup is easy to make, it can take practice to master. Essentially, you only need a stockpot, water and a few ingredients to cook this meal, but what makes a good soup? If you've ever wondered how to whip up a homemade soup that outshines anything you could get from a restaurant or grocery store, we have soup-making tips and recipes for you. Learn all the tricks to making soup-er soups at home below! (more…) Read more
Written by Premio Foods on April 21, 2021A delightfully savory dish is essential to a good brunch spread. Since so many brunch favorites are sweet — pancakes, waffles, French toast — a savory brunch dish can easily stand out and may steal the show! To help you make a knockout brunch dish, we'll discuss what makes a savory brunch recipe great before giving you a few of our favorite recipes to ensure your next brunch is sensational. (more…) Read more
Written by Premio Foods on February 10, 2021From setting the dinner table to making sure the champagne is chilled and your outfit is right, you have many details to manage for your Valentine's dinner at home. Save yourself some stress and let Premio Foods lend a helping hand. Try one or all of our Valentine's Day Premio sausage recipes that set the mood and impress your loved one. Just make sure to cook our Premio sausage to a minimum of 160 degrees Fahrenheit. Use a meat thermometer to track the temperature so that your sausage tastes just right.
1. Scrumptious Stuffed MushroomsIf you're looking for a simple recipe with minimal ingredients and big flavor, try these sausage and cheese stuffed mushrooms. Hollow out some B... Read more
Written by Premio Foods on February 3, 2021National Pizza Day is a great day to plan a fun-filled family night, surprise your significant other with a homemade pizza or have a game night with friends. If you need a sausage pizza recipe to make your celebration even more special, Premio Foods has a few mouth-watering options for you. Also, remember you'll want to cook your Premio sausage to an internal temperature of at least 160 degrees Fahrenheit.
1. Sausage and Roasted Veggie PizzaIf you want to stay healthy, our sausage and roasted veggie pizza is for you. Start by rolling out some premade dough, and cover it with your choice of sauce. Next, sprinkle cheese over the dough. Be sure to cook your Premio sa... Read more
Written by Premio Foods on January 12, 2021During the winter season, everyone searches for cozy foods to make. Don't just heat up a can of soup — try one of our easy sausage soup recipes instead. At Premio Foods, we have some of the warmest recipes for those chilly days that seem to give you goosebumps. Keep yourself happy and warm no matter how cold it is outdoors with piping hot Italian sausage soups. Just ensure you cook the sausage to an internal temperature of 165 degrees Fahrenheit by using a meat thermometer.
1. Italian Sausage SoupWhen you need a bowl of soup, let our smokey Italian sausage soup bring you some comfort. Whether you're cooking for one or a family of four to six, this recipe has you covere... Read more
Written by Premio Foods on January 5, 2021If your New Year's resolution is to lose weight, Premio Foods wants to help you stick to it by starting January off with some healthy Italian sausage recipes. Our recipes are great for keeping you on track when you have those pesky cravings. Try out one or all of the five healthy recipes below. Just be sure to cook our sausage to an internal temperature of 165 degrees Fahrenheit, which you can check with a meat thermometer.
Cheesy Broccoli Veggie Tots Casserole With SausageWhen you need comfort food, give this veggie tot casserole a try. Our cheesy broccoli veggie tots casserole brings delicious foods such as sausage and cheese together with green v... Read more
Written by Premio Foods on December 14, 2020Christmas morning is one of the year’s most cherished moments. It’s a time of uninterrupted celebration and togetherness, a moment for everyone to simply take a break from the hurried pace of everyday life. This year, why not add to the fun, warmth and fellowship with a special sausage treat that’s beyond the usual? Any of the following Christmas morning breakfast recipes will surely add the right touch of fantastic flavor to kick off the day’s festivities.
Christmas Breakfast Sausage CasseroleThis Christmas breakfast casserole is delicious and easy to prepare. Brimming with sweet Italian sausage, eggs, toasted breadcrumbs and cheddar cheese, you’ll appreciate being able to whi... Read more
Written by Premio Foods on December 7, 2020Gluten-free is one of the most popular trending diets in the United States today. Yet, the number of people who actually need to avoid gluten for health and medical reasons is relatively small. Most people who eliminate gluten from their diet do so because they believe it's healthier — but is it really?