Tasty Tuesday : November Favorites
Happy Tasty Tuesday everyone! Another month is coming to an end, and I thought it would be fun to look back on November and talk about some of my favorite new products that I tried out. I've been doing a lot of experimenting in the kitchen, so I thought it would fun to share what I love each month! Today I'm going to be talking about some foods, drinks, recipes and products.
Tofutti Sour Cream
Gardein Holiday Roast
Gardein Holiday Roast. I was a bit apprehensive about the roast, since I don't really like fake meat that much. However, this was AMAZING! It had a really similar texture and taste to turkey, and was filled with an incredible tasting stuffing. I'll definitely be getting this again in the future!
Troegs Mad Elf
Tim Hortons K Cups
Tim Hortons! Their coffee is so delicious and I don't even need to add any kind of milk or sugar. I can't start my morning without it!
I love finding easy lunches to help make my weekly prep easier, and this month I've been all about burrito bowls! These could not be more simple to make, and you can customize them to your preferences. I make a big batch of rice (usually about 2 cups of dried rice is enough for 10 servings- 5 lunches for me and 5 for Dan), cook a can of beans, roast about 5 potatoes and an onion, and mix together. On the side I'll bring salsa, guacamole and vegan sour cream. Some other combinations I'm loving are portobella mushrooms and Brussels sprouts, like you see above.
It's so delicious, and it takes barely any work at all! Is there any better feeling than having lunch ready for the entire week on Sunday?!
I mentioned this food processor a few weeks ago in Top Five Friday, but I have to mention it again! I've used it so much this month, and it's really made food prep and cooking in general much easier. I don't know how I ever cooked without it! If you're tired of chopping up veggies for hours, think about investing in a bigger food processor with chopping attachments!
What are some of your favorites from November?
What recipe should I try next?
What's your favorite seasonal beer?