Happy Wednesday All!
Hope you are doing well on this fine Wednesday. We are almost at the weekend!
If you are anything like me and get really horrible monster menstrual cramps, then you know that getting through your period without Advil or some sort of medication is torture and usually not happening.
During my honeymoon in Bali, Indonesia I fell in love with a traditional Indonesian Juice called Jamu. Every morning Perry and I would go for breakfast and there was always a cold Jamu Juice with shot glasses ready to be consumed. I think the thing that originally got me so interested in this juice ( I have never been into juice) was because it was made from Ginger and Turmeric.
Hi again friends! Hope your week has been splendid so far! Monday’s are always the hardest for me and its beat, so no complaining here. I teach my yoga class late on Mondays which means I don’t get home until I am passed the starving point. This is not good for me or for Perry as I am usually pretty “hangry” and that never ends well.
The other day I made these cute little Taco Cups . I mean, how adorbs are they! We have tacos often, so it is fun to switch it up a bit and eat them in another way! These cups are basically layers of crunchy shell, grass feed organic seasoned beef, organic tomatoes, and warm melted cheese all in one or two perfect bite.
The outside of the cup has a nice crunch and the inside is soft and melty! Is your mouth salivating yet?
What you need:
- one pound of ground beef – browned and drained.
- 1 packet of taco seasoning…I use the seasoning straight from the kits but you can buy them individually
- 1 small can of diced tomatoes
- Green Onions
- Fresh Tomatoes
- Wonton Wrappers
- Muffin baking sheet
How to make:
- Cook ground beef until browned and drain.
- Add in taco seasoning and can of tomatoes
- Stir it all up to combine. – set aside
- Line each muffin tin cup with a wonton wrapper
- Top with 1-2 tablespoons of the taco mixture…
- And cheese to your preference.
- Bake at 375 degrees F for 12 minutes, until heated through and edges are golden.
- Top with sour cream, fresh tomatoes, green onions and cilantro
These are really such a delicious hand-held snack ever! Hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
Sunday Mornings are one of my favourites mornings because Perry and I usually get to be on the lazier side and generally just hang around the house, listening to music and maybe getting a few house things done.
I made this wonderful bowl last night for dinner and it was so good that I wanted to share the recipe with you guys.
This bowl is basically a burrito in a bowl, so if you wanted to put this up in wrap you would now have a tasty burrito!
Friday is here can I get a little cheer! YAY!!! I’ll imagine you guys are cheering with me because let’s be honest, unless you work Saturday, Friday is worth celebrating!
I have mentioned my go-to morning drink a couple of times on my blog, with the promise of a recipe.
The great thing about this morning latte is that it is so easy and fast to make and you would have paid $7.00 at a coffee shop for one.
Hello! Happy hump day!
Last Friday, I spoke about this killer dip that I always bring to every party I go to. Not only is it incredibly easy and fast, it also only has a few ingredients and like 3 steps which makes me love it even more! The best part of this dip, is that I get some serious compliments everywhere I bring it and there is usually no left overs at the end of the night which is a successful dish in my books!
I am one of those people who love searching for new recipes and trying them out. Most of the time they end of being pretty good, some not so good ( thanks babe for putting up with my constant experimenting ) and some that I will keep around and use over and over again.