As life gets busier, we tend to simplify or automate certain aspects of it – paying bills through auto payment (though I don’t do it), auto-renewing of subscriptions, doing groceries on the way from work instead of going just for it. In short, we try to optimize life, and put it on auto-pilot as much as possible.
Scratch all of the above. That’s going to be a different post – in a different blog. I’ll link it here when I do it.
Cereals for breakfast – that’s the norm, most of the time for many people. We have been no exception ever since we came to this country 4 years ago – cereals are the way to go when it comes to breakfast. Hubby and I have experimented different brands, and while I’ve settled on a couple of my favorites, hubby still likes to experiment.
Over the past year and a half, we’ve been trying new ways to incorporate healthy cooking as a part of our lifestyle (that’s still a work in progress in case you are wondering about its status). We were on the same page – Why do we still eat cereal which is mostly processed ingredients and sugar? I was looking for healthy alternatives for a while, and hit jackpot when I found Low carb casserole recipes.
A breakfast that keeps you full, and not bloated or sleepy. Proteins from eggs, healthy fat from cheese, and healthy carbs from vegetables. What more do we want? The best part is I make it once, and it serves both of us for a week! No – that’s not the best part – the best part is it’s tasty and hubby loves it. 🙂
These days, we alternate weeks between cereal and casseroles, but as I get more inspired by a variety of different casseroles, we hope to make the switch for good.
So, grab on the salsa, and let’s enjoy the casseroles.
The pic below is the original recipe:
I’ve started adding spinach upon hubby’s request. We get more creative as the days go by.