There’s a lot of awesomeness going on in the name of this recipe. It’s almost sounds too good to be true: low carb – check! Pizza – check! Lasagna – check! Bowl meal – check! It’s even really healthy but I thought adding the word ‘Healthy’ to the title would probably push this recipe title over the already blurred edge.
Happy Thursday! Are you ready for your weekend? It’s almost here, and we have quite the busy weekend ahead of us. A trip to Pet Smart to shop for Wrigley, a wine night get together on Friday, two ugly sweater parties on Saturday, then another get together on Sunday. I typically enjoy having at least one night at home on the weekend, but this is going to be one of those ‘how is it Monday already?!‘ weekends that I’ll need to recover from.
You guys. I’m bringing you a super duper easy meal. Like ‘oh my gosh I ate too much food at Thanksgiving and DO NOT feel like cooking‘ meal. And bonus – it can be made in 30 minutes of less!
I’m curious – did you guys go shopping on Black Friday? I’m personally not a Black Friday shopper. Well, I guess maybe I’ve evolved with the times and I definitely perused the online deals with my sweatpants on and big cup of coffee on Friday morning, but no way was I going to stand in lines at the store. I know some folks love it, and that’s great, but it’s definitely not for me.
Maybe it’s because I’m from the Midwest, or maybe it’s because the best meal I’ve ever had was a steak that literally melted in my mouth, but I have a weakness for a seasoned medium rare steak. It’s on my “what would your last meal be” list when people ask that question.
Butter. A weakness of mine. For the life of me, I’m baffled how people can use one of those tiny pads of butter and not use it all on their roll or piece of bread! It takes self restraint on my part to not use one pad of butter PER SIDE of the roll! Honestly though, butter was just my gateway drug into an overuse of condiments when I was young.
Broccoli – the one vegetable I’m having major regrets that I didn’t plant it in my garden. It’s always exciting planning the garden each winter for the spring; the idea of having fresh vegetables right at my fingertips, or rather out my back door, is amazing. All winter long I stare at the barren garden beds, dreaming about what I’m going to plant.
I’ve had ‘make zucchini chips’ on my to-do list for awhile now. They seemed like they would be so easy to make, as well as providing a healthy alternative to regular chips, which I have a seriously weakness for.