I have a muffin problem. The problem? I want to eat them every day. Every. Single. Day.
Muffins used to be thought of as a healthy breakfast option. Sadly though, traditional muffins are far from healthy, making them less and less of an option at all. They are packed with oil, sugar, and flour, making them essentially no more than breakfast cake. Cake being my favourite thing to eat, I hope you can understand why I have a hard time resisting these moist breakfast morsels.
Soup always reminds me of being a kid. I have so many distinct memories of soup as a child.
I remember sitting at my Nannie’s table eating Campbell’s Cream of Mushroom at lunch time. I’d bike from my school to Nannie’s house for lunch, then quickly back to school. Cream of mushroom was always on the menu.
I remember so many evenings when tomato soup and grilled cheese was our supper. Once again, a Campbell’s canned soup. To this day, it’s still one of my favourite meals.
I remember weekend lunches of Lipton Noodle soup, the envelope of yellow broth and fine noodles. I loved it. I’d scoop out and drink all of the broth first, and leave the noodles for last.
Soup’s just a part of everyone’s childhood isn’t it?
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Cheese-free cheese sauce.
I am currently undergoing an elimination diet to get to the bottom of some nagging health issues. Nothing too serious, just nagging stuff. My amazing naturopath suggested I go through an elimination diet to see if some of the nagging issues had underlying food-related causes.
I’ll admit that at first I was pretty resistant, but I know my way around food and food alternatives, and I can’t see any harm in doing the elimination diet, so I got on board.
No dairy. No gluten. No soy. One month.