I hope you had a good weekend! Ours isn’t over yet so I’ll be recapping it later this week :)
April is coming to a close so it’s time to take a look at the recipes I made this month to keep on point with one of my 2015 goals. I made quite a few this month!
Blueberry Spelt Muffins
from the Whole Foods Market website
These turned out pretty well – both of us liked them – but they were a little on the drier side and weren’t anything impressive so I doubt I’d make them again.
Peanut Butter Banana Breakfast Loaf
from He and She Eat Clean
This recipe turned out great! I loved the ingredients list. The bread was pretty moist so I’d recommend storing it in the fridge.
I made this as waffles for brinner last week and they turned out really great. It’s definitely a recipe I’ll make again because the spinach was totally unrecognizable so, I figure, why not add it to waffles?
One Pan Roasted Sweet Potato and Black Bean Enchiladas
from the cookbook “more peas, thank you” by Sarah Matheny
These were really good – interesting to have a slightly sweeter taste to a dip that’s typically very savory and cheesy. Pretty easy to make and we enjoyed leftovers for a several meals afterward because it makes a full pan. Come to think of it, this would make a great freezer meal (noted for when it’s closer to baby time).
Spinach Artichoke Calzones
again from the cookbook “more peas, thank you” by Sarah Matheny
WOW these were good. The filling alone was fantastic. I’m sure I’ll make the filling, at least, again because it would make an awesome dip. This was my first time eating a non-dairy spinach and artichoke dish and I liked it more than any cheesy one I’ve tried.
Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies
from Lexi’s Clean Kitchen
YUM. I highly recommend this recipe.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls
from Nutritious Eats
I made these on Easter and they were just as good as I’d expected they’d be. They lasted in the fridge for just over a week – the batch made several so I snacked on one or two a day.
Peanut Butter Avocado Cookies
from The Lean Green Bean
I’ve actually made these once before but they were so good I had to make them again after spotting them on Pinterest. I recommend storing them in the fridge and dipping them in whatever kind of milk you like. The recipe also makes quite a few so I put about half the batch in the freezer – they’re delicious cold, just minutes out of the freezer. Another one I’d definitely recommend you make sometime!
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What recipes have you recently made?
Feel free to leave a link in your comment!