Seriously, can someone NOT love eggs? I don’t think so – you can fry them, scramble them, poach them, boil them… the list goes on. 🙂 Check this out: it’s Mom’s breakfast of yogurt, flax, avocado, blueberries, red beans, and a steamed sweet potato.
And my breakfast – banana pancakes with blueberries, peanut butter, and those heavenly blobs of flax-spiked Greek yogurt. And a big drizzle of maple syrup is necessary!
Absolutely LOVED this recipe!
Check out that background with all my homework and papers. 😉 Plus a close-up! This meal was divine. I loved every bite!
I wish I could have a plate of this every morning. 🙂
Scrambled eggs with spinach and cheese…
Sandwiched inside whole wheat bread and toasted on the skillet. Super delicious!
Loved these leftovers from Whole Foods: macaroni and cheese, smoked mozzarella pasta salad, and a big square of vegetable lasagna. Their pastas are so, so good!
Simple lunches of eggs + toast are welcomed in our household because they’re so quick and nutritious. My fave combo includes 2 organic eggs, baby spinach, and a little square of cheddar cheese (white cheddar from Costco is the BEST!)
With toasted bread spread with Earth Balance, which is super yummy on toast. 🙂
Easy dinner another day, featuring roasted sweet potatoes, rotisserie chicken from Costco, and quinoa with spinach, corn, and scallions topped with goat cheese.
Costco rotisserie chicken is the cheapest, quickest, simplest protein I can think of. And it tastes really good, too! I left off the skin.
The sweet potatoes could’ve been baked a little longer (I like the brown, caramelized crust), but the quinoa sautee was spot on. Simply cook scallions in butter, add frozen corn, then let the spinach wilt. Stir in quinoa, season with pepper, and plate. Top with goat cheese for maximum deliciousness! Feta is awesome too. This dinner hit the spot and was the perfect prelude for a night of National Treasure!
More scrambled eggs – this time with the addition of zucchini. 🙂 Loved the grated cheddar on top. Toast with Earth Balance is the perfect edible utensil.
This breakfast/lunch/dinner takes literally 15 minutes to make!
Mom made creamy pumpkin soup another day, filled with spinach and quinoa.
This supper is so warming and perfect for chilly fall days. She also made some steamed cauliflower and asparagus for me, which I topped with scallion oil and ate in front of my computer. 🙂 January was such a busy month with all those final exams!
Yes, more toast.
Topped with feta cheese this time. I can’t decide which cheese is my favourite with eggs – feta, goat, Laughing Cow, or cheddar. They are all so, so yummy.
As you can see, I had lots of eggs + toast recently. 😉 Sorry for the short-ish post. It’s my sister’s birthday today and we’re heading to Earl’s for her birthday lunch with Grandma and Grandpa. I’ll update again soon!