This recipe is so simple that I don’t even know if it counts as a true recipe but oh my is it ever good! I found it on eezyrecipes.com and am officially addicted.
I know, it sounds crazy, but this avocado pudding is sooooo delicious. I made it as a fluke. I was trying to use up a very ripe avocado by putting in a smoothie but before I added the last few ingredients it developed this pudding-like consistency. I gave it a try and found it so good that I scratched the smoothie and just ate it as was. It is now my go to sweet treat when I have an avocado about to go bad. I have found from experience though that you will want to eat the pudding within a day of making it, otherwise it starts to loose it’s consistency and oxidize.
A few weeks ago I posted my recipe for cheese-less noodle-less lasagne using zucchini slices as noodles. Yum yum yum! I wasn’t sure how much zucchini I was going to need though so I was left with this extra zucchini in the fridge and wasn’t sure what to do with it. I decided to get inventive and make a vegan stuffed zucchini dish. I was a little nervous about how it was going to turn out, but oh my was it good! I also feel like it is the kind of recipe which you could easily modify depending on what vegetables happened to be in the fridge that day. Obviously, sharing was in order.
Mushrooms are one of my all time favourite vegetables. The idea of having a quick way to prepare them into a healthy, yet delicious snack food is so exciting to me. Meet the crispy mushroom bite. So simple yet so delicious that I have been making them weekly. I just can’t seem to get enough! With a simple almond flour and spice blend they are also gluten free. Yum!
This week is full of Gratefulness Challenge milestones. Three weeks have come and gone! I think it might be time to start counting down the days. Only 9 more to go!
1. Compromise: Today I felt like laying in bed all day eating cheese and watching youtube videos. I also had a lot to get done though and some of it was time sensitive. So I made a deal with myself. I allowed myself to lay around and do almost nothing for the day as long as I got a few key important tasks done that would set me up to be ready for tomorrow. They weren’t anything big. I just needed to prepare some food, answer a few emails, do a few errands and write this post… but they felt like gigantic tasks!