How are you doing today? I'm chillin like a villain as a solo parent. Scott's been gone since early Sunday morning, I've been taking care of the Little Princess by myself, and can't wait til he gets home late Tuesday night! I miss him. But admittedly, a break from the 24/7 solo childcare will be lovely, too!
But I just want to say Thank You to everyone who wrote in and complimented me on the Raw Vegan Peanut Butter Cups (3 Ingredients, 10 Mins)!! I had a huge response on these and each and every comment was sooo appreciated!!!! Thanks to new readers who came out of the woodwork as well as f aithful commenters.All your input is awesome, so thank you for the lovely feedback!
The PB Cups are really easy, fast, & soooo yummy. It's so much more satisfying to eat them too knowing you've made your own PB Cup without any mystery ingredients like the store-boughts tend to have.
I wanted to feature reader Rachel's PB Cups. She's the first one to send in a pic of her handy-work! Which leads me to my Open Call for Reader Photo Submissions! If you send me pics of any recipe you make of mine, I would be thrilled to post it with a link back to you! Deal? Ok good. Now start sending in your chia pudding pics, your raw vegan apple crisp, your PB Cups, whatever you've got! If you've made a recipe of mine, I can't wait to showcase it here!
Also, thanks for your comments on yesterday's post about when to say something to random strangers about their behavior and when to just let it go and carry on your way. I really enjoyed reading your thoughts on that!
Chunks of chocolate chips, cherries, flax seeds, nuts. These bars are by no means low-cal, but they are full of chunky goodies. You can tell what you're eating, not just mutilated, pulverized nuts, dried fruit, or chocolate.
Cherry #3 And here's another cherry. Just kidding, it's the first grapefruit of the season that I've had an it hit the Vitamin C spot. I've been fighting a little cold, you know, new yoga studios, toddler germs, the Swine Flu, this should keep the sickies away!
And to recap some recent grub around here.... I made a Vegetable Drawer Salad. Meaning half the veggie drawer went in: Tomatoes, Cauli, Brock, Brussels's, Cukes, Zukes, Greens, Carrots, Yellow Peppers, and dressed it with the juice of 1/2 an orange, agave, and cracked black.
Also made a Monsterous Kale Salad with Sugar Snap Peas, Brock, Cauli, Orange Pepps, Tomatoes, Cukes, and Homemade Vegan Slaw Dressing (my new go-to). The dressing just gets caught up in the kale leaves and my tastebuds get caught up in Loving. Every. Bite.
What's your Thanksgiving Strategy this year? Are you cooking, and if so, when are you starting? Are you making shopping lists and pouring over recipes in the hopes of really going all out for the big T-Day? Or are you going to be like me, and keep things super, low key? Then again, 48 hours beforehand, I could get all inspired. What's Thanksgiving going to look like for you this year? Traveling, staying put, cooking, not cooking, what's your game plan?
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