It’s Monday, yo! Which is a little less obnoxious than saying ‘Happy Monday!’, because I get that not everybody is a morning person. But believe me. If you had these Ham and Goat Cheese Scramble Bowls waiting for you in your fridge than your Monday morning may seem a little happier.
Happy Halloween! If you’re doing the trick-or-treating thang with your kiddos or dressing up for an awesome costume party tonight, I hope you stay safe and have a great time!
I will be doing neither. Halloween isn’t really my thing; I’m not big on dressing up in costume myself, and it’s a Monday which means I have a full day of non-food bloggin’ work ahead of me tomorrow. Bills man, they demand to paid.
Looking for the perfect fall dish? I have you covered with this Spicy Sweet Potato, Goat Cheese and Chicken Bowl! Sweet potatoes are fall staple and bonus – they’re so healthy for you and can be eaten so many different ways!
If you didn’t see my post last week Creative Life Explored has made the transition from an anything/everything food blog to focusing on bowl meals exclusively! You can read all the reasons behind this switch here, but what I love about making bowl meals is how fun, easy, and versatile they are! You can create any theme or throw things together from your fridge, plus, everything tastes better in a bowl!
I have to be honest – I had no intention of posting this recipe. In fact, I was impressed that I even got a healthy dinner made on the evening that I made this. We did a big grocery store run after returning from vacation and the goal for dinner was quick, healthy and easy. I thawed out some chicken breasts and figured a salad would require the least maintenance after we ran all of our errands that evening. But what ended up coming together was amazing; my new go-to salad from here on out.
Well this appetizer is mouthful to say, isn’t it?! It’s okay though, because you’ll forgive me when you try this e-a-s-y recipe, and trust me, your friends and family will think you’re pretty fancy when you tell them what you made. I think I even had my friends convinced I was “fancy” when I walked in with this appetizer, and we were having a sweatpants and wine night. This was short-lived however, they know me too well to ever call me fancy.
Yep, you read that right. I’ve put two of the most glorious things in the world of food together – pizza + Thanksgiving food. And I may as well just say ‘you’re welcome’ right now, because once you make this, you definitely will be thanking me. And it is the season that we’re supposed to give thanks and all, so it’s nice when things come full circle.