Hey peeps! I’m back and ready to roll with a show and tell of my favorite meals this week.
Quick and easy scramble with Peach Protein Muffins on the side.
2 eggs, 1/2 tomato, 1/3 orange pepper, spinach, and goat cheese. I’m still not sure which roommate received flowers, but they definitely brightened my week.
The muffins were inspired by the lovely Healthy Diaries. I microwaved a chopped peach into a crushed sauce, mixed it into the basic vanilla recipe, and cooked it as two separate muffins. Coconut, peaches, and almond butter is a winning combo.
I continued to use up my box of peaches with peach protein overnight oats.
1/2 cup of oats, 1 microwaved peach sauce, 1/3 cup of soy milk, and 1/2 a scoop of sun warrior.
Another bowl of leftover Spicy Basil Stir fry (which basically tastes like Thai takeout)…
and my first Masala Dosa with chutney.
Brought in to share by my coworker. Four in a box for $1.99! A steal!
I don’t normally like frozen meals, but this was seriously delicious! Not too shabby on the nutrition stats either.
Another Turkey Mushroom Lasagna was made and enjoyed.
I added an egg to the ricotta this time per some internet recommendations, but we really didn’t notice any difference. I’ll save my eggs for breakfast next time.
Although, I clearly had plenty of eggs left because breakfast this morning was my first attempt at “traditional pancakes” and eggs.
My plate + 1.5 more pancakes. This fluffy pancake was made out of a basic google search inspired batter of 1 cup flour, 2 t baking powder, 1/4 t salt, 2 T sugar, 1 egg, 1 cup milk, and 2T vegetable oil. Makes 6 pancakes.
Before I go, let’s quickly discuss this week’s Spicy Basil Stirfry. Let me start by saying I have never been so excited to eat repeat leftovers for so many days in a row. This recipe clearly does not cause #singlepeopleproblems.
It is basically the awesome (never home) maker’s recipe but the only main ingredients I had were red pepper, mushroom, basil, onion, and chickpeas. I started out with tofu, but I had to toss it because it smelled, um yea… All the sauce and marinade components were pretty much followed to a tee.
It was just as awesome on the third day as it was on the first. So I suggest you go make it.
Now I’m off to go catch up on lectures. My first exam opens up online this week, eek! I’ve been out of the swing for quite a while, so now it’s definitely time to buckle down.