Blended chia pudding: if you don't like the texture of chia pudding, just blend it! Makes all of the lumps go away, and it has the texture of yogurt. Here, topped with piles of granola.
Made a batch of tofu feta. Only this stuff is better than your normal tofu feta, because it's a LOT firmer. Changes: 1/3 cup agar flakes, 3 tbsp olive oil (I ran out). Wow, this stuff was good on a salad!
Pancakes... Mmmm... Sans frosting and raisins (which I left out and added a few pepitas), these make 2 292 calorie servings. And the servings are HUGE! I wanted to make the frosting, but forgot to chill my can of coconut cream... :(
Roasted Veggie Salsa - my first shot at homemade salsa. I would recommend using less lime juice, but otherwise I loved this recipe. Oh, and I used hatch chilis instead of jalapenos. Because I have ALWAYS wanted to use those things...
Quinoa/Adzuki bacon. Dang, this stuff smelled SO good in the oven. Changed: cooked the beans, cooked up 1/3 cup quinoa to replace the buckwheat, Italian seasoning instead of thyme, and no oil. It was a bit crumbly, but that was OK by me.
As for lunches... well, I've made a wrap with peaches, basil, lettuce, avocado, and sugar free blackberry jelly - yum! Lots of fruit!
My other wrap has been peaches (can you tell I like peaches?) with the tofu feta, bacon, lettuce, and avocado. Again, yum! (adapted from Iowa Girl Eats)
Another new b-fast food: banana bread in a bowl. Blendm, let sit for 45 minutes or so, and it's like ice-cream for breakfast. Did I mention you should top it with chocolate (which turned out very good, by the way!)
Salad dressing! Good for using up a surplus of basil... Fat free and creamy basil blast for your salad!
And, finally, 100% whole wheat strawberry pepita muffins (adapted from Chocolate and Carrots)! Mix:
2 cups whole wheat flour
1 tbsp + 1 tsp baking powder
1/3 cup pepitas
1/2 tbsp cinnamon
1/4 cup stevia baking blend
1 cup almond milk
1 tbsp apple cider or white vinegar
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 cup unsweetened applesauce
1/3 cup chopped frozen strawberries
Pour into muffin tins and bake (I have only a mini muffin pan - this made 24 muffins, 250 calories for 7 muffins. Bake for about 17 minutes for mini muffins, probably 27 for regular)