Oodles of noodles. P was reserved for peanut butter so pasta was out. But noodles is a way cooler word anyway.
Noodle, use your noodle, noodle, do the noodle dance.
Pretty sure this one goes without saying.
I could have gone with nut butter for the letter N but peanut butter takes top nut butter spot for me. Plus I need to get the PB&Co in there.
I have professed my love for it recently and I couldn’t think of a better fit for the letter Q. No. Really. How many foods actually start with Q? Quail? No thanks. Quinoa… better but it’s no Quark. I’m a dairy diva, what can I say.
Roast anything and it tastes good. I haven’t been doing a ton of roasted veggie plates lately but they are totally making a comeback this winter. The ultimate chilly evening food, a giant plate full of roasted veggies tossed in olive oil and seasonings. Or roasted SQUASH. Mmm.
Grocery store or out to eat,
I’ll take it all,
It’s quite the treat.
Tuna sandwiches have been on my regular menu since I was a wee one. Tuna still has regular meal time attendance today, only now it’s more often piled atop greens rather than bread slices. More often but not always.
Unsweetened Almond Breeze.
My milk staple, this is what goes into all of my cereal bowls, oat bowls and smoothies. Plain, Vanilla, or Chocolate, I drink em all with vigour.
Plain jane or loaded and sandwiched, homemade or store bought, veggie burgers are the perfect quickie meal to have on hand.
– Fav store bought: Probably Gardenburgers.
– Fav homemade: A work in progress. So far Spelt Veggie Burgers are up there though.
I almost feel wrong picking this one for W since I’ve never even made my own waffles from scratch (Oh the horror! But a waffle maker is necessary for such a feat) but plain and simple frozen waffles do the trick for me just wonderfully.
The super smoothie thickener. A life changing experience in the task of smoothie consumption, this made my summer beverages much more exciting.
Once again, dairy diva over here. I just can’t go without my yogurt. Usually it’s plain or strained (Greek is too uncommon and too pricey to buy regularly here), sometimes it’s flavoured, always it’s enjoyed.
I love zucchini raw. Just straight up cold and sliced. In a salad, on it’s own, or dipped in hummus. But zucchini is a genius little vegetable and I’ve had great successes making it into chips and “pasta”, or baking it into loaves, muffins or oats. Zucchini is zuper.
Have you done your Food ABCs yet?
If you have, show me the post!