Made with flax seeds and grains, Garden of Eatin Tortillas are my favorite for holding cream cheese, refried beans, hot sauce, and Colby-Jack. Heated in the oven or microwave, this is a yummy lunch.
Coming up for dessert is Nutella. It's a hazelnut spread that I enjoy on toasted brown bread. Next up, I'll be using it to fill my homemade pizzelle sandwiches. And of course, it's fantastic straight from the jar. Though I admit, this shot really does look like a turd on a spoon.
Not going to reshoot because lunch is over and it's time for dessert. What can I say? I'm not a professional food blogger. So there you go. Enjoy the turd. I'm going to.
For more information about Nutella, click Nutella's Frequently Asked Questions.
Enjoy and Happy Eating.
HA! Food photos are the hardest. Your lunch sounds yummy.ReplyDelete
Hi Holly - Yes it was very good. Hope you ate something yummy today, as well.ReplyDelete
This made me laugh. Our kids have nutella for breakfast just about every morning, messy but fun.ReplyDelete
Me too. I love it in the mornings on toasted brown bread. Great stuff. Though I never put it inside homemade pizzelle sandwiches yet, so I'm excited to give that a go.ReplyDelete
Oh god, anything but nutella. Definably not one of my favorite foods >.<ReplyDelete
My wife makes some mean nutella creppes. :)ReplyDelete
LoneIslander: Is this >.< you making a face?ReplyDelete
Hi Risus - I make palacsintas all the time (Hungarian crepes). But I never tried them with Nutella. Thanks for the idea.
Nutella beats pizza any day.ReplyDelete
Good luck with the writing :)
That tortilla concoction sounds so good right now!ReplyDelete
Um, we live for Nutella in this house-- usually with banana and apple pieces. :DReplyDelete
Crammarc: Haven't talked to you yet, so nice to see you here.ReplyDelete
Elaine: Thanks on the good wishes. I'm just finishing a few emails now, and then back to the bat cave for more writing. Hope yours goes well today.
Lydia: It was. I was out of habanero garlic sauce for it but it was still pretty good. And I also love organic avocados.
Christina: You know, I didn't think about bananas. I make a stuffed French toast with bananas, peanut butter and real maple. I'm going to now give it a go with Nutella instead of peanut butter. Thank you so much for the idea.
And thanks to everyone for stopping by. Going to post a quick shot of apple pie and then back to my writing desk.
Enjoy your day and Happy Eating :-)
One of my happiest food moments was eating crepes with nutella in France. So great!ReplyDelete
Hi Christian: For a billion years I've been eating the two. Never once together. Can't wait to try the combo.ReplyDelete