…does not mean Thanksgiving’s over.
I think my first-day-of-December eats sanction this statement.
I woke up with the always-gratifying feeling of knowing exactly what I wanted for breakfast.
“Pumpkin pie” addiction.
Delicioso as this may be, 1 egg white + 1/2 cup pumpkin + a dollop of greek yogurt does not equate to breakfast.
So I threw together a grande bowl of cereal. This, admittedly, does not fit the Thanksgiving eats theme—but the colors are quite autumnal, aren’t they?
Kashi Honey Sunshine, almond milk, PB chips and a spoonful of cashew butter.
I’m still not feeling the cashew butter. I figured I’d give it another shot, but it’s really too understated a taste for my liking. Very triste.
Luckily, I’d anticipated that it wasn’t going to be any better this time around and included the PB chips for a nut butter boost. Sometimes I’m inteligente.
This desayuno was still wondrous due to my cereal superstar, Honey Sunshine. I’m really not a cereal person, but this better-than-Cap’n Crunch Kashi creation hits the spot every time. The addition of the PB chips took it to a Peanut Butter Cap’n Crunch level.
But back to Thanksgiving-esque eats.
Lunch featured my favorite new jelly.
Cranberry pomegranate pepper jelly. Sweet, spicy, pepper seedy seduction. It really needn’t be said, but I’m in love.
In the whole wheat wrap: thick layer of cream cheese, thicker layer of cranberry pomegranate pepper jelly, honey maple turkey and pumpkin.
This flavor medley was ridiculous. I don’t want Thanksgiving eating to end. Ever.
1 cup applesauce, 1 cup pumpkin, 2 tbsp. maple syrup warmed in the microwave.
AMAZING. Please try this ahora.
What’s that in the center? Oh, just a Food Should Taste Good CINNAMON chip.
Another cosa that your taste buds need to become acquainted with A.S.A.P. These chips seriously taste like churros. I’d intended to eat my pumpkin applesauce with that spoon—but cinnamony churro chips ended up serving that function ;).
Dinner appears to have nothing to do with Thanksgiving. However, it was an assortment of TG weekend leftovers… so I’m ruling that it fits the theme.
First up: Pearl Room leftovers.
Mucho leftover vegetable risotto.
A tiny bit of hummus salmon.
And to keep things interesante, leftover Chinese.
Peanut chicken and string beans over brown rice from Lai Yuen.
December 1st ended on a similar Thanksgiving note as it began.
What’s under that marshmallow layer?
Mas pumpkin pie, of course.
Except dessert didn’t end there porque…
…when leftover banana strawberry nutella french toast is delivered to your doorstep, you embrace this season of delectable eating and oblige.
And there you have my first-day-of-December, I’m-still-in-a-Thanksgiving-state-of-mind eats.
Lo siento for such a rushed post, but I was busy all day and now I’m rushing off to a hot date with a stunning, snack-loving amiga. I’m sure you’ve got an idea who I’m dining with esta noche ;).