This Recipe came from a Salad recipe that I made up on the
fly. I just love the Trader Joe's Bruschetta Sauce so much, I had to find other ways to use it!
For the salad: use sauce as dressing, salad, avocados, almonds and any kind of meat. I could eat this 8 times a week!
If you are trying to live Paleo, skip the cheese! Both recipes are good
Here is what you need:
(1)Container of Trader Joe’s Fresh Bruschetta mix
(1)Cup of sliced almonds
(1)Cup of shredded Parmesan cheese.
Italian spices (you can sub whatever you
Salt and pepper to taste
First, start by cutting your Spaghetti
squash in half. Brush, drizzle or sprinkle your olive oil onto both of the insides
of your squash and then sprinkle your spices and a little bit of salt and
Set your oven to 375 and let your squash cook until you
can easily poke it with a fork.
Once your spaghetti squash is tender, take
out of the oven and shred the “noodles” with a fork. I do this over a pot. The less
to clean up the better!I also use an
oven mitt to hold each half cause they will be hot!
Once the squash is completely shredded
simply dump the bruschetta mix into the pot, heat a little longer, and then
serve on a plate. Top it off with almonds and Parmesan cheese, and you are
finished. Easy healthy meal!
With Halloween in the middle of the week, the candy and festive fun at work, this week seemed to be filled with four bittersweet fridays and one real one.
I am glad to hear that things are looking up for the East Coast.
It's funny, I had a friend say she felt like she was being too nice by letting her door open to complete strangers who didn't have power or running water and for asking people if they needed anything... I can only hope that everyone is worried about being too nice.
All of the East Coast, you are in my prayers and thoughts.
Here are a Few links I found while stumbling through the Web:
This past month I tried out a new plan of attack on my life. I found out that in order to be inspired I needed to surround myself with inspiring people.
So last month I joined two "clubs."
First, I joined a gym. I started out by just wanting to be inspired by the "fit" people working out and now, I want to be my own inspiration. I'm working on being my own success story.
Second, I joined The Roost Tribe. If you have a blog, it's pretty amazing. She sends you tips, tutorials and neat downloads for you to use on your own blog.
So with all this new knowledge, I spruced up my blog, added a couple of features and made my blog look the best it has since I started.
If you remembered this post, I vowed to be more consistant with my posts and Journaling. Only took me three quarters of the year, but I decided to be more organized with my blog and in turn, it helped me be more organized in life.