I loved seeing what you guys put on your pancakes! More ideas = more ways to keep the fiance from drowning his breakfast in syrup 🙂
We had a nice lazy Sunday… We hit up the beer store, did some laundry, made brownies, and hung out.
Our fridge was looking way too full (EVERY piece of tupperware we own was in it!) so we had a clean out the fridge soup for dinner.
It had the leftover roast (the part that didn’t make it into the stroganoff.), leftover pasta, ‘banzos, carrots, our last ear of corn from Sauvie Island, peas, and a can of crushed tomatoes. Plus all sorts of spices.
Delicious. The fiance put crackers in his. I’ve never been a crackers in soup type of person.
Salad on the side
And my selection from the beer store! Pumpkin!
The fiance, btw, tried it! And then of course went back to his Laurelwood red. But he’s been good about trying things lately-he had a sip of my pumpkin spice latte yesterday too. Then I realize getting excited about him trying new things is something a mom does.
Anyways. We tried some of the brownies for dessert
It was a mix (we hopefully will be moving soon, so I wanna use up what we have laying around!) plus added walnuts
Not too bad! I’ve been trying to bake things to put in the fiance’s lunch. It gets my baking needs out, and then gets the baking out of the house 🙂 But he’s only going to work 3 days this week, so I had to help out on eating these…
I had mine with some of the cinnamon bun ice cream.
I am in love with that ice cream. Love.
And because it’s Thanksgiving (I’m half Canadian!) I had pumpkin for breakfast
One of the leftover pancakes (whole wheat, with some flax) covered in cream cheese and pumpkin butter plus half a nana with peanut butter. And some more pumpkin butter on the banana, just for good measure.
Happy Thanksgiving to all my Canadian friends! If you’re my little brother, today is when you can start playing Christmas music (“Dude! Christmas music!”)