Happy Thanksgiving to all of my American readers. I'm betting most of you
are either busy prepping dinner or spending time with family and loved ones
I'm ever so fond of these Udi's Gluten Free Bagels,
I decided to make my version of a Bagel and Egg Scramble
After toasted 1/2 bagel I topped it with 1 whole egg scrambled with 2 egg
whites, 2 sprigs of scallions, 1/4 cup white onion and a pinch of black pepper
Topped with 1/4 cup cottage cheese and a few slices of a kosher pickle
I spent a good chunk of the morning raking leaves in my backyard
This is what it looked liked before
4 huge bags and 1 exhausted squirrel!
And I'd just like to add that I had no idea that raking
leaves is a killer workout for your butt and hamstrings!
Damn you walnut tree and your taunting leaves
...foreshadowing of more raking in my future!
Clif Builder's Protein Bars, a great way to re-fuel! But
Let's go with the Peanut Butter Chocolate Clif Bar today
Has that come hither look, doesn't it?
Breaking off a piece...
Crispy layer and peanut butter protein layer coated in chocolate :)
And with 20 grams of protein packed in each bar, these
bars fill your tummy up while providing sustainable energy
Because I celebrated Canadian Thanksgiving last month with these mini pumpkin pies,
there's no themed treats, yam and walnut salad or turkey to be had today, unfortunately
But I did roast some squash, saute some greens and drizzle on some mustard!
In the past month alone, I have made this dish more
times than what would be considered
My Vegetable Stuffed Roasted Kabocha
Squash "Bowls" with Mustard Drizzle
What can I say, it tastes delicious and the camera loves it from every angle!
Questions: Are you spending Thanksgiving with your
family this year? Are you having a big sit-down dinner?
Do you have any holiday traditions you'd like to share?