I like to add extra nuts or granola to my peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
Mix salsa or Tabasco with cottage cheese
Sprinkle salt on my watermelon
salt on watermelon- are you for real?!
banana and jam sandwhiches
omg cold baked beans and cornflakes are awesome and give so much energy its unbelieveable!
Ketchup on chips or pretzals.
oh, and oatmeal in my tea. drink the tea, and by the time that's done you have some perfectly cooked oats to munch on. raw cauliflower with salsa. honey dew melon with powdered ginger root on top. (I promise--this is AMAZING).
Hot milk, Crushed bread, Jam and sugar (sounds rank, but its really amazing, as long as you try and forget about what youve actually combined). Mush it all up in the micro and enjoy!
oh and the best way to eat a penguin bar (uk and ireland readers will know what this is, not too sure about the usa'ers) well, here it is: make a cup of tea: open up penguin wrapper, take a bite from each end of the chocolate bar and THEN use the bar as a straw for your tea. OMG. The bar just melts! sooo good (note, the bar melts pretty fast so a) get into your mouth quick b) have a napkin to hand and c) have another penguin bar ready because the experience ends too fast. :)
I'm pretty sure I could add pb to ANYTHING.
I like to use cereal instead of croutons on my salad :)
I've never tried melon with black pepper, but I love the idea!
I don't really consider this weird, but I love pairing different kinds of fruit (or even jam) with different kinds of cheese. Cantaloupe with dry-cured ham is also heavenly.
EDIT: Oh, right, and some dried hot chili pepper in my dark, creamy hot chocolate, please.
cheese pizza with a drizzle of honey
cheese and pb sandwiches
potato chips crumbled on top of a milkshake
soggy toll house crackers mixed in a banana and pb milkshake
left over almost stale cake soaked in almond milk and mixed with icecream
ham and grape jelly roll ups
onion rolls filled with peanut butter and jelly
sweet potato casserole mixed in vanilla bean ice cream (super sugar rush)
marshmellos melted on a plate of buttery crackers
I love sweet and salty
SPINACH & KETCHUP
EGGS & SQUASH
PROTEIN POWDER & PUMPKIN
TOMATO PASTE & CABBAGE OR SPINACH
SPAGHETTI SQUASH & KETCHUP
lol literally ate both of these combos today :)
KETCHUP ANYTHING FTW!
(I think all of us CCers can agree)
Plus certain burnt/stale foods.
This sums up two whole pages of this thread...
suspendue_lahaut omg as a kid i ate ketchup on everything, chips, chicken, rice, pasta, peas, potato, fish, everything. a abit like youu?
- crumpets with pb and honey
- crumpets with hummus
- foccacia with philedelphia, fish fillet on top and fried mushrooms on top
- brioche with loads of hummus, topped with salmon fillet
- ready brek with weetabix, 200ml hot milk and a cappucino flapjack broken in
- ketchup sandwhiches
- ready brek in sweet yoghurt with nuts
- pancake topped 6 tbsp mixed fruit jam, honey roasted peanuts and walnuts
- crunchy nut cornflakes and baked beans
- oats with cereal bars broken inside
- spinache and cold baked beans
- sunbites dipped in EVOO&Mayonaise
Peanut butter, bologna, and mustard sandwiches.
Yellow American cheese, and Blackberry preserves sandwiches...This one has to be on white bread though!
Confetti cake poptarts spread with white chocolate Peanut butter
Vanilla yogurt, granola, dried cranberries, dried pineapple, white chocolate pb, pistachio nuts, and mango all mixed together
Frozen grapes, bananas, berries, peaches, mango, etc..
Frozen whipped cream eaten with canned peaches...MMMMMMM
pure half n half eaten with peaches
Banana rolled in cereal
mape syrup on vanilla ice cream
pizza rolls dipped in spaghhetti sauce.
eggs, cabbage, onion, and bacon fried together in olive oil
Basically any canned vegetable eaten straight from the can dipped in italian dressing or Spicy mustard.
Italian dressing mixed with spicy mustard and used as a salad dressing
saltine crackers broken up on ice cream
a bunch of different ice cream flavors mixed
Nutella, white chocolate Pb, banana, apple, and peach jelly sandwiches
fruit salad mixed with lemon pudding
apples in lemon juice
apples in brown sugar
yogurt put in the freezer with a stick in it and eaten like a popsicle
Nutty bars dipped in white chocolate pb
Waffles spread with Pb and topped with chocolate chips
Toast with butter and maple syrup.
chocolate chip cookies broken up and dropped in milk and eaten with a spoon
Subway sandwiches dipped in spaghetti sauce
Vanilla frosting eaten on nutty bars
a whole bunch of mixed cereals with milk, berries, and banana, heated up in the microwave
ramen noodles made into maccaroni and cheese
ramen noodles, cabbage, and other veggies fried in butter
egg sandwiches with olive oil drizzled all over the egg.
Sausage dipped in ketchup.
toast with gravy
celery with strawberry cream cheese and dried cranberries
canned soup that isnt supposed to have water added eaten cold from the can
spaghettios eaten cold from the can
watermellon mixed with orange sherbert
grapefruit with brown sugar
cookie dough dipped in powdered sugar
melted butter and sugar spread on toast with cinnamon
Jelly and fruit sandwiches
Hummus and avacado sandwiches
Hummus and veggie sandwiches
Avacado bacon sandwiches
iced tea and lemonade mixed
granola bars broken up and eaten like cereal
vegetables dipped in mustard
I haven't done this since I was in IP, but I used to like dipping my scrambled eggs in cream cheese when the nurses weren't looking :P (they didn't like us making weird combos)
I just had a rice cake with fat free cottage cheese spread on top, then topped with thin slice of red onion and a slice of homegrown tomato. I had 4 of these little guys, and the resulting calories & sodium were minimal. And, it was yummy.
Looking back, some fresh ground black pepper would have been good on top, too.
Eggs with SF maple syrup is good too!
Love cottage cheese with spaghetti sauce. Kind of like lasagna effect going on....
Avacado or tofu blended up with cocoa and stevia. Chocolaty pudding!
Protein powder and eggs mixed up - grilled like a pancake and topped with sf syrup. Low protein, easy pancakes.
I used to eat a whole head of lettuce dipped in ketchup or bbq sauce.
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