"Simple" Supper…

LE SIGH…. Today was one of the longest days EVER! I worked on my feet for 9 hours at the health food store with one 30 minute break then came home and made dinner, did laundry, and am now finally sitting down to relax a little.
My breakfast was a bowl of GF oats mixed with 2 teaspoons of frozen banana puree (courtesy of my fabulous mother in law!), frozen blueberries, and cinnamon. Open wide!

I also enjoyed a side dish of watermelon.

Lunch for work was packed while my oats cooked. My tupperware contained spinach, broccoli, and leftover Channa Palak “Gross-ala” sweetened with a little Agave Nectar.

The agave was the golden ticket! It turned the “Gross-ala” in to “Yum-ala”! On my 30 minute break, I micro-steamed this concoction for 2 minutes. YUMMY!

GF Guy and I weren’t able to eat dinner until 10:00 PM. I didn’t get home until 8:45. Then, dinner had to be prepped, etc…. Comfort food was in order. Tonight, that meant pizza! I used my favorite pizza crust mix by Chebe.

This mix, like all Chebe mixes, is foolproof and delicious and already has the spices mixed in! You simply add 2 eggs, 2 tablespoons of oil, and 4 tablespoons of milk (or milk substitute) to the prepared mix, roll it out, and bake. I use a small glass as my “rolling pin”!

hahahahaha Sometimes it’s about survival, my friends! 😀 After rolling out the dough, stab it with a fork to prevent air bubbles from forming and bake in a 375 degree oven until lightly browned. Remove from the oven, top with your favorite ingredients, and bake until heated through. We topped our pizza with the basics: Muir Glen Pizza Sauce, fresh Basil, and a 6 Italian Cheese blend.

Would you take a look at that crust?

Yummy, right?!

I ate HALF of the pizza! Don’t judge! I was a hungry, hungry bear! I cleansed my palate with a few cubes of watermelon, and am now contemplating chocolate chip cookies and milk!

I have soooo much to do tomorrow to prepare for our trip. Pray I’ll get some extra energy to accomplish everything!

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9 thoughts on “"Simple" Supper…

  1. I never thought about it before, but banana puree would be a great way to sweeten foods I eat. I usually just mash the bananas..hmmmm..you sparked an idea for me! :)wow the pizzza~~~!

  2. Thanks for the comment on my blog! Hope you enjoy the recipe! 🙂 That pizza looks amazing…I haven't tried any gluten-free pizza mixes yet, so I'll definitely have to give that one a go.

  3. Who can blame you for eating half the pizza? The photo makes me hungry. I should make this for my husband. I know he would appreciate it. He will thank you from our kitchen when I give it to him for a dinner.Thanks.

  4. aw sorry about your long day — hope you got some much deserved rest :)! and i definitely can't blame you for devouring half of that pie! it looks incredible.. hell, i wouldn't blame you if you polished off the whole thing yourself!

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