|Banana Bread Bar!|
This week we'll be eating:
Soups & Chilis
1) (again!)The Healthy Librarian's version of Robin Robertson's Sweet Potato, Spinach, Fire-Roasted Tomatoes, and a Bit of Peanut Butter Soup
|Sweet-Potato, Roasted Tomato,|
Spinach & Peanut Soup!
3) AWESOME "Quick Black Bean Chili" from Ann Esselstyn (Prevent & Reverse Heart Disease)--our variation has 2 cans of Garlic Chipotle Trader Joe's Salsa, 2-3 cups kidney beans, 2-3 cups black beans and 1-2 cups frozen corn. Slow cooker cooked of course!
1) Pad Thai (The Happy Herbivore Cookbook)
2) Broccoli Pesto Pasta (The Happy Herbivore Cookbook)
3) Finger Lickin' Tempeh (Robin Robertson's "Finger Lickin' Tempeh Fingers" from her book: "Party Vegan" from my post on snacks: here)
4) Shepherd's Pie (The Happy Nurse's favorite--we are trying out this new recipe from a new blog that he found for a dinner party next weekend! )
5) Mushroom Fajitas (The Happy Herbivore Cookbook)
1) Banana Bread made into Bars from Ann Esselstyn (Prevent & Reverse Heart Disease). I already made this today using Barley Flour (which is awesomely high protein and high fiber). I also substituted 2 Tbl Agave Nector for the 2/3 cup of honey or sugar in the original recipe. I made it into a long loaf/bar (doubling the recipe) in our 9x11 casserole dish because we don't have a bread pan! (going to have to put that on the Christmas list!)
2) Spiced Rice-Lentil Squares (Fat Free Vegan--looking forward to trying these--always need more bars for on the run!)
3) Mexican Chickpeas Pops (leftover from last week--see my post here)
2) Frozen veggies of course! (Thank You Trader Joes)!
Coming Up This Week:
- BOOK REVIEW: "29 Gifts!"
- SuperImmunity for Kids ~Part 2~!
- Practical Stuff: Kitchen Tools That Help & Products I Like! (Gift Ideas?!)
Coming Up on Medical System Tuesday:
- Tip #9 For The Best Hospital Care: Pay Attention ~ Insider Tips on How to Get the BEST Medical Care in the Hospital ~
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