loaded baked sweet potatoes

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There are exactly twenty-two cassette tapes in the shoebox under the passenger seat of the Impala. There have been exactly twenty-two cassette tapes in that box since Dean was twenty-five and bought a copy of Abbey Road and Combat Rock from a record store in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Most of the tapes were John’s, inherited right alongside the Impala, the soundtrack of a life on the road: Motorhead and Lynyrd Skynyrd; Black Sabbath and The Kinks; there’s even some Springsteen in there that Dean is pretty sure belonged to his mom before everything went to hell. Dean (and even Sam) can pick some of them out without even looking: Kashmir’s label has worn off from being handled so many times; Back in Black has a noticeable chip in the left corner; Heaven and Hell is weirdly heavier than the rest. Dean’s lived by this music; driven back and forth across the country to the sounds of those tapes. There are exactly twenty-two cassette tapes in the shoebox under the passenger seat of the Impala, until one day, there are exactly twenty-three.


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anonymous asked:

Sweet potatoes round up please!!!

Here’s a vegan sweet potato round up, vegan sweet potato fry round upvegan sweet potato burger round up and vegan sweet potato brownie round up. Below are other sweet potato recipes that have been posted in the past. Feel welcome to let me know if there’s a specific sweet potato round up that you’d like to see. Enjoy!

Southwestern Baked Sweet Potatoes

I love me some loaded baked potatoes. You toss potatoes in the oven for 45 minutes, and then throw stuff on them. It doesn’t get much easier than that. Usually I opt for baked sweet potatoes over their less nutritious, russet counterparts, but any type of potato will work with this recipe.

These baked potatoes are also great to make for dinner on Sunday nights, because the leftovers will carry you through the rest of the week. Reheat them whole, add rice to make a burrito bowl, or serve over tortilla chips to make nachos.

Serves 4


  • 4 sweet potatoes
  • ½ cup corn
  • ½ cup black beans
  • 1 avocado, pitted and cubed
  • 2 green onions, sliced thinly
  • salsa, to taste
  • vegan sour cream, optional
  • ½ cup vegan cheese shreds (optional, I use GO Veggie brand) 


  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Wash sweet potatoes and pierce with a fork several times. Place on a cookie sheet and bake for 45 minutes.
  3. Slice sweet potatoes in half, and top evenly with corn, black beans, avocado, green onions, salsa, vegan cheese and sour cream.

Note: The toppings are very flexible in this recipe, feel free to sub or add other ingredients like peppers or red onion.


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anonymous asked:

Can you do me a HUGE favor and help me out. I'm thinking of going vegan and I don't want to be hungry all the time and I have no idea what to and what to not eat. Can you like list from morning to night what are good ideas that are healthy that will make sure I'm getting all the necessary nutrition? Thank you and I LOVE your blog!

So many choices and options, but here are a couple: 

breakfast: overnight oats topped with fruit, cereal topped with fruit, smoothies, muesli with coconut yoghurt and fruit salad, pb and banana on toast, wholemeal muffins topped with avocado and tomato, chia pudding, rolled oats topped with fruit

lunch/dinner: salad + falafel sandwich (or wrap/pita), pasta with a tomato + veg sauce, stir-fried vegetables + tempeh w/ rice or noodles, couscous salad, toasted sandwich with avocado, tomato + cheese, pizza made on wholemeal pizza bases (or pita’s) topped with tomato paste and loads of veg/salad, baked sweet potato with other vegetables, sushi, vegetable curries, dhal, veggie burgers, rice paper rolls filled with tofu and salad

snacks: fruit, fruit, fruit (all I ever snack on is fruit), date + coconut rolls, rice crackers w/ hummus, corn thins w/ pb and banana on top (or avocado + tomato), dried figs, dried apricots, dried fruit in general, carrot + celery sticks w/ pb

It’s impossible to go hungry. Just eat the same sort of meals that you’re already eating, but where you usually use cow’s milk swap it for a plant milk, use vegan cheese instead of normal cheese, beans (or falafels, tempeh, and fake meats) instead of meat, etc… and if you get hungry just make sure you’re eating enough. Also, if you eat plenty of fruits, vegetables and grains then you’ll have no issues with getting enough nutrients. 

anonymous asked:

A sweet potato roundup would be awesome! They're so delicious and healthy

Here’s a sweet potato round up. Here are other sweet potato recipes that have been posted in the past:

TAYLOR! (taylorswift) Long time, no talk (what am I). Anyways, I just wanted to tell you about my super amazing squad. I met all of these lovely humans because of you (and Meghan, who set the whole chat up). We call ourselves the poTAYto squad (get it?? We’re super punny) and we’re all, like, in love with you. Some of us have already seen you this tour, and some of us are waiting (super patiently, I might add) to see you! Bertie even had the amazing opportunity to meet you a while back at Hyde Park in Loft 89 (we all cried for 17 years when we found out she got to meet you/your squad). We are all eternally grateful for you, and for your ability to bring together such amazing people to form such amazing bonds. So, thanks, a lot. For everything. We all love you loads, and hopefully we can all see you soon.

Oh, by the way, we all gave ourselves super rad potato-related names, keeping in theme with our squad name.
Madi- tater tot
Carly- mashed potato
Alexis- potato chip givingoutchanceseverytime
Bertie- roast potato
Sarah- baked potato
Olivia- curly fry
Cassie- loaded baked potato
Kimmie- sweet potato
Kelvin- green speckled NorthAmerican flying potato
Meghan- waffle fry welcometothe1989tour
Alexa- smallfry

(Sarah, Olivia, Carly, and Alexis don’t have follows from you, but maybe you could change that? I promise you won’t regret it. They’re some really cool cats.)