How are you? Good I hope. I have been feeling good these days. I thought I would share some of my eats from the week with you.
For breakfast, I have been a little tired of oatmeal. I have been using polenta made as a breakfast cereal (no parmesan etc.) and topping it with maple syrup (the real kind) and berries. It’s a nice change up. I love the yellow color against the pretty blue of the berries. It’s also the University of Michigan’s colors which are a bonus (Yay! We won the Sugar Bowl!).
I even made some banana bread which I have enjoyed for breakfast. My husband loves this recipe. It is domed high, and has a nut-crumb topping! He thinks its suburb! I like that it uses up four large bananas. I had a ton to use up!
For lunches sometimes a blue cheese and walnut salad has been on my menu. It’s so good! You can never go wrong with that.
For dinner last night, I made eggplant cutlets (with a nut topping)…
and a “Mac and Cheese” that uses cauliflower instead of noodles. It also has nutritional yeast in it which I was afraid of since I have never used it before, but in this dish it works!
They were both incredible! I got the recipes out of some Vegetarian Times Magazines.
That’s some of my eats for this week. I am enjoying our weather here. It’s January and we had a 50 degree day in Michigan yesterday. My daughter and I took full advantage of it. Biking, walking dogs, and playing in the back yard. I wish it were 50 all winter. 🙂
Talk to you later!