I’m always on the lookout for quick and easy, yet delicious meals I can make for myself. This is definitely one of those! Plus avocado is the bomb. Am I right?
-Green pepper, diced(maybe 1/8c ish)
-Onion, diced (about the same as the pepper)
-Salt and pepper
Cut your avocado in half, remove the seed, and scoop out a bit of the flesh. Just enough for the egg to fit!
Crack an egg into each half of the avocado. Sprinkle with your desired amount of salt and pepper. My egg overflowed a bit!
Top with a bit of diced green pepper, onion, and cheese!
Now it’s time to place them in a preheated oven (on a greased pan!) at 450 degrees. Bake for about 20 minutes or until the egg is set. I tested this by kind of jiggling the pan. If the egg doesn’t move, they’re done!
Two things I’m obsessed with… quinoa and sriracha… and then… well kale is very good for you! Not that I don’t like kale. I don’t mind some in my salad from time to time… but obsessed? I wouldn’t go so far as to say that.
Anyways, these are pretty simple to make. I like to think they’re pretty tasty as well!
-2 Cups of cooked Quinoa
-1.1/2 Cups of chopped Kale
-1/4 Cup Sriracha Chili Sauce
-1/4 Cup Onion Chopped
-1/8 Cup Green Pepper (and or other veggies!)
-Olive Oil for cooking
Mix the quinoa, kale, and other veggies in a bowl.
Add the egg and sriracha!
Form the mixture into patties. (I used about 1/4 Cup for each patty) Make sure you mold them firmly or they won’t stay together very well in the cooking process!
Heat some olive oil in a skillet and cook each patty until browned. (a few minutes on each side). Remove the cooked patties to a plate with a paper towel to drain off any extra oil.
Today I want to share a little weekend project I did recently! I haven’t done a croceht project in a while. Mostly because the majority of crochet projects are winter related items… and winter is the last thing I want to think about right now… but this project is not something to keep me warm. I made hanging planters!
This project was quick and simple. I didn’t use a pattern. I simply took one of the flower pots I wanted to go in my hanging planters and crocheted a circle the same size as the bottom. I then did three rounds of double crochets. After I had three of those, I attached them all together and made straps to tie the hangers to my doorway. I think it adds a nice touch to my little space!
Now that this project is finished… I am kind of getting amped up for crochet season… even if I wish it didn’t come with the cold weather!
I hope you all had a great weekend and have a wonderful week!