I took a stab at making my own single serve English muffin this week…
I have seen these float around on various blogs for quite some time and wanted to give it a shot! I used a combination of pumpkin seed and coconut flours, but it still tasted a bit ‘eggy’. I love the concept though, so I may keep trying to tweak it a bit. I also had a couple of unpictured eggs on the side.
For lunch, I had a ‘Hugh Jass’ salad made with green leaf lettuce and a blend of dark greens. I also threw in some grated carrot, red cabbage, cucumbers, grated beet, red bell pepper, chopped chicken, raisins, and pumpkin seeds. I topped it all with a creamy cilantro dressing similar to this one.
For snack, I cut up a couple of red potatoes to roast…
This is such an energizing snack! I like to add a sprinkle of this Bragg’s spice blend, which really complements the flavor of the potatoes, and I just pop them like potato chips!
I made a new stir-fry for dinner…
…new to What I Ate Wednesday, rather, as I’ve been enjoying this one about once a week around here.
I combine mushrooms, cabbage, and chicken with a good deal of garlic and a sprinkle of paprika. I serve it over some jasmine brown rice, and it has become a favorite of mine (and very easy to throw together)!
With it being Christmas time, I have been craving molasses cookies, so I set out to make a healthy version of them (of course)…
These are made with all chickpea flour, making them gluten-free, grain-free, and nut-free, similar to these cookies. They’re also free of dairy and eggs, making them quite allergy-friendly, which is a huge plus in our house. Everyone enjoyed them, so I may post them soon!
What are you eating this week? If you see anything you like, let me know, and I’ll add it to my list of ‘recipes to post’! Thank you.