Woops, I slept through my alarm this morning.
After a slightly longer than expected sleep, I had toast with jam and pumpkin seeds then apple slices with almond butter sandwiched in between and a mug of earl grey.
For dinner, I used Pellicano’s Dandelion pasta sauce. I’m not lying when I say I bought it because the label is pretty.
The ingredients list is slim… also a bonus: Tomato puree, dandelion greens, olive oil, salt, sugar, garlic, onion, citric acide, black pepper, basil, parsley.
The label has a cute little write up too: “When I was a kid, my grandmother used to pick dandelion and use it in her cooking. Legend has said that it helps indigestion and keeps the plumbing running smooth, if you know what I mean.” I’ll uhhh… let you know how it goes.
I cooked up some lentils and whole wheat shells. Then mixed diced red pepper in a bowl with tuna. Then I layered the two, threw some cheese on top and heated it up under the broiler. It looks ugly. Sorry.
And for dessert I made cookie dough dip (that beany dessert that’s blowing up the internet).
It consists of beans, baking powder, oats, milk, chocolate, sweetener of choice, nut butter of choice (I used almond), salt and vanilla extract.
Weird that it’s a bean base but its super versatile. There are a bunch of pumpkin versions online too.
Meanwhile, Miss Susie Homemaker (Liz) is whipping up some peanut butter thumbprint cookies.