October 3, 2008 at 11:00 pm
I usually eat oatmeal for breakfast in the mornings because I am sleepy and lazy at seven o’clock in the morning. It’s easier to dump a packet of oats in a bowl, add water and microwave it than to prepare an omelet or scrambled eggs. However, the protein in eggs is good for me and keeps me fuller longer, so I sometimes make peanut butter crepes on the weekends. They’re pretty quick too, though I have to clean more bowls, beaters and skillets later.
I grabbed this recipe from Erin Shea’s site, Lose the Buddha over a year ago, though she calls them peanut butter pancakes. I prefer to call them crepes since it sounds more egg-like. I’m sure someone will tell me why it’s absolutely erroneous for me to be calling them crepes, but I don’t care, they’ll always be crepes to me. I also doubled the recipe because I am tall and hungry.
Peanut Butter Crepes
1 large egg
5 egg whites
1 Tablespoon Splenda (or sugar or another sweetener)
2 Tablespoons peanut butter
Combine ingredients in a blender […]
September 14, 2008 at 8:08 am
This is my recipe binder.
See its plastic, mayonnaise-proof covering? See its overly designed pages? See how I’ve collected all my favorite recipes into one binder?
Recently I’ve received several requests for recipes I’ve given a thumbs-up to which presumably won’t make the scale numbers go up too. I also talked to a food blogger a couple months ago who said the weekends are her highest traffic days because people search for recipes on the weekends. I put one and one together, and I didn’t get three, so I’m going to start posting my favorite recipes on the weekend for those of you who want to try new dishes.
We’ll start out with Catfish Tuscany (made with orange roughy in Indiana).
I was strolling through the fish section of the grocery store when I saw the big yellow “Manager’s special” sticker slapped on a package of catfish. I’d never eaten catfish, but I love cats and I love deals, so I bought it. Then I had absolutely no idea what to do with it. So I got on the […]
September 28, 2007 at 9:35 am
There’s a lot going on in the blogosphere, so let’s take a day off from talking about me and mention what other people are up to.
Elastic Waist Photo Project: Pictures of You
The Elastic Waist peeps want pictures of you, either because they’ve been listening to The Cure too much or because they want you to stop waiting for your “after” photo. Send them your JPGs and GIFs and your PNGs if you have them and you so please.
America on the Move
Rachel from the PR firm representing the America On the Move Foundation really wants us to walk an extra 2000 steps a day. So if you are interested in “small, manageable lifestyle changes that are scientifically proven to make a difference in overall health and wellness,” walk your cyber-butt a couple steps over to the site for this non-profit organization. Everyone who registers with their site is entered in a daily drawing for an iPod shuffle and for this month’s grand prize of a $500 gift certificate to Dick’s Sporting Goods. If you register and […]