Good stuff to eat

Kristen over at Oh My Veggies likes to share her favorite recipes from other bloggers on Fridays, and I thought I'd copy her idea today.

Or, as the author calls it, Spaghetti Omelet! (Not sure why I was so confident that this recipe was called fried spaghetti pie - I even made the above picture without fact-checking first. I should probably learn a lesson from this experience, but I actually like the ring of fried spaghetti pie and will continue to call it such.) Served with a big side of steamed broccoli, this was a really filling, really quick dinner. I upped the pasta to 2 cups and the eggs to 4 because that's what I had on hand and it still came out great. I love that this dish is so flexible.

Cookies! I found this recipe over at Averie Cooks and used it because it makes far fewer cookies than a traditional chocolate chip cookie recipe. Even still, shared among six people, we managed to finish the whole batch in two days ;)

Sorry for the super yellow phone picture! I got this idea when I read Dinner, A Love Story but the recipe is on her blog too. It's basically a bed of spinach topped with quinoa and a fried egg. Simple but tasty, and I'd never have thought to do it. The recipe calls for sautéing the spinach, but I used raw because it was less work :)

Any recipe suggestions for me?


  1. Replies
    1. It was! And a great way to use that leftover spaghetti when we're out of tomato sauce :)

  2. I like the idea of that egg meal; I'll keep it in reserve!

  3. The egg and quinoa meal looks great for a weeknight :) And yay, I can comment now :)

  4. Ooh, they all look amazing. Can't even pick a favorite.


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