Falafel bowls 😌 baked falafel, roasted cauliflower, shredded carrot, raw corn, cucumber, roasted red pepper hummus (my addiction), and a tahini dressing all over spinach and arugula.
now, with this wooden bowl, i’m a perfect food blog k bye
yesterday dinner was arugula, cherry tomatoes, white beans and corn salad + sauteed veggies + hummus, seasoned with evo oil, salt, parsley, pepper and lemon juice, matched with brown rice cakes and followed by an apple
Throwback to this delicious, nourishing summer bowl 😄 : avocado pasta (added ½ of an avocado mashed with some lemon juice, finely diced red onion, parsley, pepper and pumpkin seeds), watercress sprouts, avocado, chickpeas, lime, kale, zucchini, home-grown tomatoes, and hummus I made (blend up 2 cups of chickpeas, 3 tbsp of tahini, 1 ½ tbsp of lemon juice and a pinch of salt in a blender and you can save yourself some serious $$$ 🙌 )
Vegan hummus pasta salad for dinner tonight! So quick and easy to make, but really substantial too. I love finding different uses for hummus- it’s not just for dipping carrot sticks in! 😉
I just cooked pasta and in a separate pan, steamed some veggies like broccoli, peppers and kale. In hindsight, some sweet corn would have been really nice in there too, but I forgot to put that in. Once everything was cooked, I stirred it all together. I made a big batch of this to refrigerate, so I can have it over the next few days.
For the dressing, I took a few generous scoops of hummus and thinned it out with a bit of water, then poured that all over the pasta salad.
I also sprinkled some smoked paprika over for a bit of a kick.
Long hours on campus can be grueling, especially on an empty stomach. Cafeteria and vending machine food is always extremely pricey, and it’s almost impossible to get a decent, affordable meal on a budget. I’ve created a list of 10 meal ideas for college students to bring to school with them to stay fed and sane. Each meal should cost $2 or less, an average of $10/week.
The ingredients listed are meant to be bought in bulk and parceled out to save money. Tupperware containers are also assumed to be available. Check the Dollar Tree for great deals on Tupperware!
I’ve been eating random stuff for lunch lately because I’m trying to use up everything before we move…like noodles with hot sauce. 😅 But my lunch today is leftovers from this delicious dinner last night! Thanks to Rebecca for cooking!! 🤗 Roasted sweet and purple potatoes, smoky canellini bean hummus with paprika and sesame oil, salad and pitta bread! Also with refreshing kombucha cordial and lemon balm tea. 💯 Yum!!
Yesterday dinner was a nourish bowl made of lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, bell peppers, carrots, green beans, chickpeas, fennel, oil-free low-fats homemade potato chips + hummus, seasoned with evo oil, salt, pepper, parsley and lemon juice
I forget to take a picture of tonight’s dinner ahaha c_c i’m always hungry to die after my afternoon naps! It was a chickpea burger with a side of lettuce, fennel, carrots and chickpeas salad + green beans, seasoned with evo oil, salt, pepper and lemon juice (as usual), i also had some brown rice cakes and then an apple
Sabich, an Iraqi Jewish breakfast wrap stuffed with grilled eggplant, hard-boiled eggs, tehini, hummus, chopped salad, and ambeh (mango pickle), was traditionally eaten for Shabbat breakfast because all of the ingredients were prepared the day before. When the Jewish population fled Iraq, many came to Israel and brought sabich with them.
i seem to always be eating the same meal everyday when i am in England hehehe. ☺ spinach, lettuce, watercress, arugula, rocket, chickpeas, tomato, cucumber, raisins, beet & hummus. w/ black pepper, himalayan salt, nutritional yeast, olive oil, organic apple cider vinegar… and ginger & lemon tea :) & that’s it… it’s just what i feel like eating everyday. mostly because it’s quick & easy to make and i feel it nourishes me & brings clarity to my mind… which is just what i need! ~