Oh, and not having to cook for anyone. (Not that I would become some sort of maidservant if I were suddenly in a relationship, but it would be a little rude if I were to be in the company of a gentleman and only made food for myself.)
So what's a single gal to do when she's strapped for time (those Real Housewives episodes don't watch themselves, you know) and needs to eat?
You got it: waffles.
Correction: gluten free, vegan waffles from the frozen section.
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And yes, they're delicious, believe it or not. Especially when topped with 2 Tbsp of chunky peanut butter, 1/2 a banana, and some agave nectar:
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I'm not ashamed to admit that this weekend I ate them for breakfast AND dinner more than once. (I am ashamed to admit that I'm all caught up on Real Housewives of Miami.)
Waffles for Dinner
2 frozen vegan waffles (like from Nature's Path!)*
2 Tbsp non-hydrogenated peanut butter, (such as Smuckers*)
1/2 a banana
A slathering of agave nectar (I use Agave in the Raw* that I found at Wal-Mart.)
1. Get out your toaster. Plug it in. (Single gals don't have room on their apartment countertops to just leave things like toasters sitting out.)
2. Insert a waffles into each slot.
3. Push down lever.
4. When your smoke alarm goes off, they're done.
5. Slather on remaining ingredients and enjoy.
*I'm not getting paid to recommend these brands...I really buy them!