Did my title tell you enough about my post that I don’t actually have to write one? No? Shoot. Note to self: work on that.
This weekend I had a very full house.
Lots of family and boyfriends. You can’t actually tell what any of them really look like, however, because the camera on my phone is from 1983. Surprisingly, it works perfectly for making the blog (that you share with someone else – sorry girl!) look like absolute crap.
We made lots of food while everyone was shackin’ up at our apartment.
It was all really simple and super easy to cook. I essentially just tossed everything in some olive oil and added a bit of salt, pepper, and garlic powder. And! Everything was paleo (except the mac n cheese, which I did not eat).
Oh, you thought I was going to post an actual recipe…Um, why would you think that? Is it because of all the other recipes I haven’t been posting? Exaaaactly. Or (if you’d prefer an onomatopoeia) a-ha!
That’s how our dinner turned out. It was delicious but it was filling! Why do I have so many links in this post already?! It’s probably because I’m insecure with my writing and sense of humor, thus feeling as though I need to make it seem more appealing by adding outside sources that have already been deemed funny/interesting/accepted. What? No, this isn’t a therapy blog. Ahh, I get it. Mean.
Ready for the best picture of all time (but not really at all)??
When we all woke up Sunday
morning afternoon, I made us some paleo almond flour banana pancakes that I found on caloriecount.com. This recipe is one of the best I’ve found for paleo pancakes, which may or may not be my validation for making them four times this week already.
Ingredients: almond flour, bananas, eggs, nutmeg, cinnamon, baking powder, vanilla extract, and coconut oil (for the pan).
In conclusion to yet another belligerent, yet utterly pointless post by yours truly, I will leave you with this image:
I hope it haunts you.