Breakfast for Father’s Day dinner

Happy July! We had an extended Father’s Day celebration. My sis and I cooked dinner for our dad. We made him breakfast for dinner!!!! Whoo hoo!

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Bam! Breakfast pasta, ready to be served!

This was an extremely simple dish.

Ingredients:

  • Package of organic spaghetti pasta
  • Olive oil
  • Eight cloves of garlic
  • Six cage-free brown eggs
  • Handfuls of organic spinach
  • Ground lamb
  • Portuguese sausage
  • Bacon (crispy)

I first cooked the pasta and set it aside. I added some olive oil into a pot, then cooked the garlic with the ground lamb. After the meat was fully cooked, I added in the Portuguese sausage. I cooked the eggs in a separate pan and then added them into the pot with the existing ingredients. I added the cooked pasta and some handfuls of spinach, before topping the dish off with some crispy bacon. Mmm!

Next, was dessert! Waffle sundae split.

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Dairy-free is the way to go! Loved that cookie dough ice cream with cashew milk.

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The final product! I bought cinnamon and chocolate chip banana waffles.

Hope y’all had a great Father’s Day!

Be on the lookout for a change in the social media accounts- Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter. Exciting times!!!!

Easter pies!

I made some yummy pies for our Easter dinner last weekend. It was a hit!

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Thee ingredients. A very simple pie to make. Trust me.

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All you do is mix the powdered sugar (1/4 c), peanut butter powder (1/2 c), cream cheese (8oz), and cool whip (entire tub) together. Voila! There’s your pie filling. Chill after it’s poured into the pie crust.

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Onto the next pie. The ingredients. Another very simple pie.

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Bam! Another success! I melted the ice cream, then blended the frozen strawberries and fresh bananas together. That’s all there is to it! Freeze after poured into the pie crust.

It’s time for Açai reviews!

Last month, I had a craving for açai bowls. I’ve tried the açai sorbet at Nordstrom, and just added honey and granola (see blog posting titled “Sunday Funday with friends.”). It was really good!

I also tried açai bowls from Salted Lemon and Banán.

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From Salted Lemon. I really enjoyed this. What a traditional açai bowl is to me!

Salted Lemon
1723 Liliha St.; Honolulu, 96817
808-538-1291
https://www.facebook.com/lilihasaltedlemon/

That same day, my friends and I tried Banán in Kapahulu. This location is a truck stand.

  • Stairway to Heaven (on the left) includes: greens banáns (soft serve), granola, saved coconut, papaya, pineapple, bananas, and honey.
  • The Amazon (on the right) includes: açai banán (soft serve), granola, quinoa, bananas, strawberries, and honey.

We enjoyed both! I especially enjoyed The Amazon. All of their soft serves have a banana taste to them! Super yummy!

Banán
3212 Monsarrat Ave.; Honolulu, 96815 (truck stand)
1810 University Ave.; Honolulu, 96822
808-392-8862
http://bananbowls.com/

Comments you’d like to share? Would love to hear from ya!