On that note, I'm sure it will seem like summer is even longer than it already has been when I don't go back to school this year. I'm a pretty lucky girl to be able to stay home. <3
Anyway, with summer in full swing, I've been trying to eat more plants. Plants are tasty! Good for roasting, grilling, salad-making, etc. I've been thoroughly enjoying corn-on-the-cob, which I've never really appreciated before this summer. Why? I don't know. It's delicious!
|Spicy Black Bean Burger, Corn-on-the-Cob, and Grilled Eggplant|
I also have a new appreciation for veggie burgers. I know, right? Who am I? What have I done with Alissa? Veggie burgers? What's the world coming to? Yeah... so, Morningstar products (at least the ones I've tried) are pretty good.
You're probably wondering how I cooked everything. I'm glad you asked! I cooked it all on my grill pan. Have I told you lately how much I love my grill pan? I have? ;-)
The picture below is dinner I made tonight. I'm not even sure what to call it... I kind of threw some things in a pan and cooked them up. It consists of ground chicken, cream of chicken soup, pinto beans, frozen corn, garlic, and some seasonings (cumin, cayenne pepper, poultry seasoning, red pepper flakes, and a touch of garlic salt). It's scooped over some brown rice and next to some grilled potatoes and mushrooms.
I must also say that that's the saddest salad I think I've ever made. It's just baby spinach and tomatoes... but it worked. Initially I was debating about adding the spinach and mushrooms to the chicken mixture. It probably would have been just as good. By the way, this was a success! Hubby liked it and even went back for seconds. :-) That's always a good sign.
These are just blueberries covered with strawberry yogurt (it's what I had in the fridge) and put in the freezer. I found this idea on Pinterest. :-)
I hope you're making something amazing in your kitchen!!!