This is based on a Betty Crocker recipe. It’s one of those “so simple you can’t really call it a recipe” things, but it’s delicious, so I thought I’d share.
- Tortilla wrap
- I like Whole Foods Whole Wheat wraps
- Peanut butter
- Very excellent with chocolate peanut butter, like Peanut Butter & Co’s “Dark Chocolate Dream“
- Honey or chocolate chips (optional)
- Spread peanut butter thinly on tortilla
- Place banana on tortilla (towards one edge)
- Add honey or chocolate chips (optional)
I’ve made two delicious taco salads recently. They were really so different that I should refer to them as two different salads – a baa taco salad (because I had lamb in it – get it?), and a chicken taco salad. But they were similar enough that I think one post will do.
The title really says it all. It’s a great combo of crunchy and smooth, sweet and savory.
During one of my bouts of sickness, I ended up unable to cook all of the food I’d planned on making for a party. With the leftovers from unmade dishes and previously made dishes, I made this Curry Apple Onion Goat Cheese “Pizza.”
A bit of an unusual combination, but it was delicious!
I love making (crustless) quiches. I’ve made a bunch of them over the past few years, with a quite a few varieties – veggie only, veggie and cheese, apple and sausage, etc.
But lately, I’ve been seeing recipes for “strata,” which basically sounded like a crustless quiche with bread cubes on the bottom (although I think with the name, it’s supposed to be in layers). Here’s a spinach and cheese strata recipe from Epicurious, for example.
Wow, was it good!! The egg-soaked bread is just so delicious, and combined with everything else – I can’t wait to have more of it. Yum.
My first dip, the Avocado Feta dip, was inspired by two recipes I’d pinned recently – this Creamy Avocado Yogurt Dip and this Greek Feta Yogurt Dip. My second one, the Spinach Onion Dip, was inspired by this Fresh Spinach Dip recipe.