I’ve decided to start making a weekly (or maybe bi-weekly) post cataloging all the food I make that wasn’t necessarily pretty enough for a post of its own, but still delicious and worth remembering. This blog is starting to become like a quasi-recipe book for me (which was not its original purpose but honestly who cares) and I want to make sure I have everything recorded so I can come back to these recipes in the future! On with the photos!
Homemade Peanut Butter Cup Fat Bombs!
Reasons not posted: Made from this recipe here with only a couple alterations (sun butter instead of peanut butter, with extra sun butter in the center!), also totally forgot to take a picture after adding the extra chocolate
Recipe Rating: 4.5/5 (Next time I want to add a little more texture with some crushed almonds on top!)
Reasons not posted: Taken from this recipe here, these calzones were SO delicious but didn’t turn out as puffy and crispy on the outside as I would have liked. Plus they were ridiculously hard to separate from the pan. Going to try a few alterations, these might show up on the blog looking prettier in the next few weeks!
Leftover Chicken Alfredo with Garlicky Kale!
Reasons not posted: Duh, it’s leftovers! And the garlicky kale is too easy to require a recipe. Easy but so delicious I decided to put it up here anyways. Also, the chicken alfredo reheated really nicely. I’m having the last bit for lunch today!
Rating: 4.5/5 (Didn’t make enough kale, B was sad. I always underestimate his love of vegetables…)
Spicy Grilled Cheese on Alison Bread!
Reasons not posted: Honestly I have no idea. This was the best thing I’ve made all week. Here, have the recipe now!
Spicy Grilled Cheese on Modified Alison Bread (Original Alison Bread recipe here)
To Make Bread:
- 1 egg
- 1 tbsp butter (melted)
- 2 tbsp coconut flour
- 1 tbsp almond flour
- 1 tsp baking powder
- Sprinkle of garlic powder, italian seasoning, and salt
Mix dry ingredients, then mix wet ingredients. Grease your choice of container (I used a bowl for this one) and combine wet and dry ingredients. Microwave for 60-90 seconds. Let cool, then slice in half.
To Make Grilled Cheese:
Top Alison Bread with 1.5 slices of your favorite cheese (I used Sharp White American, yum) and some hot sauce. Heat pan with 1/2 tbsp of butter until it is nice and hot. Then pan grill your sandwich until it gets brown and crispy on both sides. (If cheese isn’t melting fast enough then cover your pan with a lid for 30 seconds or so). Enjoy your delicious cheesy sandwich!
Rating: A zillion.
Egg and Cheese Breakfast Sammich on Alison Bread!
Reasons not posted: I burnt it a little so it wasn’t very pretty. Oops! Still delicious.
Rating: 4.5/5 (Despite the burnyness)
And those are all my misfit recipes of the week! Leave a comment if you try anything and enjoy it! KCKO!