Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Breakfast for Dinner, Single-Gal Style

What no one ever tells you is that there are actually a lot of great things about being single, including (but not limited to): not having to hang out with any weird relatives other than your own, being able to watch as much Real Housewives as you want without snarky comments, and the ability to do whatever you please most of the time. 

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. 
For more info check here
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: 

Follow me on Instagram #shamelessplug
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

Ingredients
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.)

Directions
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. 

Cheers!

*I'm not getting paid to recommend these brands...I really buy them!

1 comment:

I'd love to hear your thoughts !

LinkWithin

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...