31 July 2011

Meat and Potatoes Girl

Francine's Finest Chocolate & Peanut Butter Protein Bar

Gluten Free and Dairy Free

Made with Raw Quinoa and Millet Powder

With Shredded Coconut pieces pressed in

The bars are so pretty to look at; Food artwork

Lunch was an Oven Baked Burrito Wrap

Inside are Eggs scrambled with Garbanzo
BeansSpinach, Kale, Onion and Cheese

Wrapped into a Brown Rice Tortilla 

Oven Baked for 10 minutes at 400 Fahrenheit

Then it was a "Meat and Potatoes" Dinner

BBQ Bison Meat and Garlic Mashed 
Potatoes with Steamed Broccoli and Kale


Lauren@What Lauren Likes said... [reply]

Sweet pics! I have never tried bison before! it looks really good actually. I am a meat and potato girl for sure! Especially in the winter :)

Aspiring Steph said... [reply]

Meat & Potatoes -- I've only had that comment in 'Outback Steakhouse Restaurant' before. Haha, otherwise it's "Meat & Rice" in my family.

Looks like Francine's Finest changed their bar design? I'm hoping to find one in Van; I still can't find it, even in Whole Foods!

Goldberry said... [reply]

What delightfully foodgasmic photos, as usual! I've been in Scotland, land of "would you like chips with your baked potato, and some potato crips on the side?" for almost a month, so part of your dinner looks rather familiar. (I'm the 'black sheep' in this country because I prefer squash, haha.)

Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen said... [reply]

I need to make my burritos next time! That looks perfectly crispy and delicious!

Red Deception said... [reply]

You always make me hungry. I may have to make myself some mashed potatoes.

The Healthy Hipster said... [reply]

Love the bison, any tips on how to prepare it though? Its always so expensive where I live and I'm too scared I'm going to WAY overcook it!

Grace said... [reply]

That bar looks really yummy! I love anything with chocolate and coconut together! And can you please teleport here and make me an oven baked burrito? It sounds fabulous!

sophia said... [reply]

Oh Kelsey, that is a nugget, not "meat." lol. My Texan friend will howl in horror. For me as a Korean, we are more of a meat + lettuce + rice + chili paste sort of people! Please give it a try, it's gluten-free and really really delish.

I love your burrito though...I'll have to try oven-baking mine too. :-)

Anonymous said... [reply]

ha, I love the (many) pictures of the protein bar, I may have to try one of those...

Jenn @ Peas and Crayons said... [reply]

you're such a tease with that burrito =) I was waiting for the photo of it cut in half and all the YUM spilled out and you left me hanging =) haha i'm sure it rooocked!

Anonymous said... [reply]

Love that meat and potatoes dinner!

Jenny said... [reply]

I finally got the Francine bars! They are so freaking delicious!! :)

Joanne said... [reply]

This looks like one serious bar...I wonder if I could make something like that.

Marianne (frenchfriestoflaxseeds) said... [reply]

Whereabouts do you get those bars again in Vic? I must seek them out to try them!

Totally want some garlic mashed potatoes now.

Lauren said... [reply]

So interested in that bar! Love the ingredients. I also love that you're cooking bison. I only make it ground, interesting.

Anonymous said... [reply]

Oooooo those bars look like glorified Larabars! I bet they are pretty tasty too :) That wrap looks delicious! I have been wanting to try making scrambled egg wraps lately, it just sounds like such a good idea. I had a really good wrap the other day with some salmon in it and it reminded me of all the wraps you make :) hurray for bison!

Lola ^^ said... [reply]

Yum those bars look delish and like all natural ;)
I don't like red meat, but i'll take the garlic mashed potatoes please ;)
Have a nice week and a terrific month Kelsey!!!
Loads of love and good vibes for you girly ;)

Felicia (Natural+Balanced) said... [reply]

i haven't had bison in forever! such a good meat for you too. i had a similar wrap yesterday, never gets old!

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

Mmmmm, mashed potatoes - perfect comfort food.

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