mashed red potatoes

anonymous asked:

Siblings War

I have a lot of experience with this one, so hopefully this helps out!

• “They touched me!”

• There were piles of pillows and mattresses laid out in the doorways of their respective rooms.

• The scratch marks were visible all the way down their face, but YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN THE OTHER GUY.

• The arms race consisted of increasingly more complicated arrangements of toys and rubber bands.

• The rule was: when the parents got home, they called a truce.

• “EW, stop spitting in my ear!”

• “No fighting at the table.”

• And so, World War III started at that table in a flurry of mashed potatoes and red spaghetti sauce. 

• A pillow in the face is a lot less fun when you’re not expecting it. 

• It’s all fun and games until someone decides to bring the parents into it.

Please let me know if you need anything else!

So I was tinkering around in the kitchen and made these amaaazing mashed potatoes, I’m obsessed! 400 grams steamed Yukon gold and red potatoes mashed with garlic powder, ½ cup almond milk, 1 tbsp oil free hummus, ½ avocado, basil, oregano, 1 tbsp nutritional yeast, and frozen peas! So creamy and yummy


Food Journal Day 13! I ate the following:

Breakfast: Apple, carrot, banana, ginger & raisin porridge with toasted nuts (brazil nuts, pecans, almonds, walnuts and cashews), and seeds (chia and sunflower).

Lunch: Leftover chilli, shakshuka, roast carrots, purple sprouting broccoli and steamed cauliflower with fresh salad (spinach and romaine lettuce).

Dinner: Liver with mashed potatoes, red cabbage, peas and onion gravy.

Supper: Rhubarb, orange, apple & plum compote with apricot, berry & orange sorbet, toasted almond slivers, raw pistachios and halved fresh plum.

I was super inspired yesterday after looking at a ton of amazing smoothie bowls, so I might try making my own tonight, and seeing how pretty I can make it. So excited!