I love an easy, healthy past dish. I randomly saw this recipe in my inbox from My Fitness Pal and thought I would give it a shot!
It’s really simple, you saute the onions in the pot, then add the other ingredients, then the pasta. Once it’s finished, add the spinach. Though, I accidentally boiled it too long and almost ruined my pan (the spaghetti stuck)! Overall, I recommend this one. I even have enough ingredients left to make it again!
With the nice weather in Los Angeles, it’s no surprise that outdoor movies are so popular. Though, I’m finding that laying on blanket looking at a far away screen is becoming less and less appealing to me, not to mention the overly crowded venues. I was pleasantly surprised when a friend invited me to the Rooftop Film Club recently. It definitely brings a more luxe and comfortable experience to the typical outdoor movie.
Upon entering the venue, there are vendors offering drinks and gourmet burgers for sale before the movie starts. Once the ticket office opens, you can pick up your headphones and blankets. Popcorn and candy is also available for sale.
As you can see by the above photos, there are chairs for everyone! Plus with the headphones and blankets, it made for a very comfortable experience; no need to worry about getting cold or not being able to hear the movie. The movie I saw was one of my favorites, When Harry Met Sally.
I highly recommend the Rooftop Film Club, I hope that more venues follow suit with these comfortable outdoor movies. Plus, being on a rooftop in Hollywood was pretty cool
Every since my disaster making candy corn cookies last year, I was determined to figure out a new recipe. I decided to use this blondie recipe and add candy corn instead of m&m’s.
While these look great, I quickly learned when I brought them to work that they weren’t finished The recipe called for an 8×8 pan, but I think I should’ve gone a little bigger. The sides were baked (almost over baked), but the middle was still practically batter.
As you can see from the pan above, I put a bunch of candy corn on top of the batter. Where the heck did they go? Sadly, I will have to look for another way to bake with candy corn. Although, the uncooked blondies were pretty good, but they were really hard to cut!
These Apple Cider Donut Muffins have been on my radar for a while. I was so excited to finally try them during my favorite time of year!
The recipe was really simple, just mix the ingredients together and spoon into the muffin pan..done! The only thing was I didn’t end up having nutmeg, so I made them without it. They were still good!
After baking, you then roll the muffins in melted butter and cinnamon sugar?!! This made them super scrumptious. I loved how this recipe yielded about 10 muffins, the perfect size. My co-worked said these were winners
These tasted just like banana bread with chocolate chips in them. Yummm. They were super simple to make and I loved how the recipe told me how to make a homemade piping bag to pour the batter. Though, I felt like the sprinkled cinnamon sugar on top was unnecessary.
These are best eaten right from the oven when the chocolate chips were nice and gooey. I’d highly recommend them!
Also, if you want more healthy donut recipes, check out these here!