I haven't done one of these in awhile, and since I knew we were having something EPIC for dinner last night, it just seemed like the thing to do.
You don't want to hear me ramble, so let's get to it.
Overnight coffee oats with almond butter and TJ's chocolate coffee grinder sprinkles. For the oatmeal, I mixed 1/2c oats, 1 Chobani chocolate coffee bite, 1/4tsp instant coffee, and about 1/4 cup of almond milk. SO GOOD.
Mini almond joy creamer + whole milk = happy mommy (x2)
Mixed berry Mueller greek yogurt with granola. And a side of Bubbie.
Whoops! How did this picture get in here? ;)
Spring salad mix, coleslaw mix, red peppers, snap peas, TJ's spicy asian dressing, TJ's roasted red pepper spread, and a handful of honey roasted peanuts.
Pretty self explanatory.
TJ's white bean and basil hummus and some delicious baby carrots.
The main event. You guys, this has changed the way Thanksgiving will be done in my house for the rest of our lives. Are you ready?
Make your stuffing mix as usual, but instead of putting it in a pan or stuffing your bird, put a big ol' heap on your waffle iron and let it get all crispy and DELICIOUS for 8 minutes. Put gravy and turkey on it and then pass out from sheer awesomeness.
No turkey dinner is complete without dessert. Even though this might be one of the worst pictures on the internet, let me say that it was SO GOOD. We make this when we want pumpkin pie fancied up. This is the recipe, and I apologize for your pants not fitting any longer in advance.
So those were my eats yesterday! You could also throw in a handful of grapes and a few teddy grahams. When toddlers feed you, you just can't deny it.
Would you try stuffing waffles? (please say yes)
Favorite kind of waffle?