AHHHH I am so so so insanley busy this week it’s unreal! I have a test today, quiz tomorrow, a presentation and test on Friday, and massive amounts of lab reports to write up over the weekend. And next week is looking to be just as chaotic. OY.
But, the stress is a little less harsh when awesome stuff randomly happens…
Take, for instance, the other day–I was faced with a predicament.
It was getting close to lunchtime and I had a hankering for pumpkin…but I also was craving eggs and peanut butter (yes, the addiction is still going very STRONG haha)
What’s a girl to do?!
Put random crap in a bowl and pray for success.
AND GUESS WHAT?! It was the most epic deliciousness ever.
Pumpkin Omelette Cake Thing
(paleo, grain free)
2 whole eggs
2 egg whites
3/4 cup pumpkin
1. Plop all ingredients in a bowl and whisk REALLY well until it’s smooth.
Then you have 2 options…
Either you can just cook like a regular omelette in a skillet, or if you suck at flipping like me, invest in a microwaveable omelette maker!!!
Guys I adore this little thing. SO convenient and you can brag to your friends about your awesome omelette skills and they’ll never know BEST INVENTION EVER.
But I digress.
If you’re taking the omelette thingy route:
2. Pour half of the mixture in each side and microwave for 2 minutes or until it gets slightly cooked.
3. Close the container and cook for 2:45 or until it’s puffy and not runny.
4. Serve it up and top it with noms!! I opted for broccoli and a hefty slathering of nut butta
I seriously want to eat this combo every single day for the rest of eternity. The texture was like cake and it gave me energy to get through the afternoon! You could probably add stevia or sugar if you wanted it sweet, but I liked the plain flavor– the nut butter took it to a whole new level though haha
I’m so excited for all the pumpkin-y-ness that’s around the corner for fall! Man, I’m still in shock it’s October!
Well Mr. Omelette maker, you’d better get ready to be worn out and overused with pumpkin haha
What’s the weirdest recipe you’ve made to satisfy a craving? Favorite fall flavor?