I ate my dinner in a series of delicious courses! A and I went to the grocery store to pick up some staples and I ate the last serving of these from the back of the pantry while we walked.
For dinner I ate some of last night’s leftovers.
This was good, but I’m giving the recipe for what I did with the recommendation that it undergoes some tweaking. I did the parts separately and put them together at the end. This seems like it will be about 6 portions.
- Cook ww linguine al dente, following your box’s instructions, and drain
- Cook 2 medium chicken breasts, seasoned with salt and pepper, at 350* for 45minutes. Slice the chicken into chunks.
- Saute 1/2 a purple onion and a bag of frozen cauliflower in a T of PromiseActiv
- Mix together a premade packet of french onion soup mix, a pint of non-fat sour cream (this makes french onion dip) and 1 C of chicken broth
- Combine all parts in the pasta pot, let sit to combine (5minutes) then top with parsley
I would say this was good, but needed more punch; cheese maybe, or another seasoning.
While I studied I snacked on a plate of roasted yams.
Preheat oven to 425*, spray a foiled baking sheet with a little Pam, place down sliced yams, sprinkle with salt, and cook for 25minutes. I do not flip when I roast veggies, even though I know most people do. I also prepared this guy, a potato squash, to try tomorrow.
Finally I had a spooky sundae for dessert!
Half a cup of Slow Churned Yogurt Blends Vanilla topped with 3 crunched Oreos and 4 chopped Candy Corn Kisses.
I’m feelin a little nervous about the test tomorrow. I’ve heard from several sources it’s the hardest one, I looked over the free study guide tonight but I’m betting I should have done more; cest la vie! I will not post tomorrow morning because I have to leave the house at 6:30!!!!!! to get to the testing center on time. Have a good night (and morning) all!