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The Lazy Vegetarian


What We Ate Last Week #4

Monday:  Fajitas made with Morningstar Farms chik'n strips

Tuesday:  Pizza on a store bought whole wheat thin crust with spinach, mushrooms, and olives

Wednesday:  Spinach and roasted sweet potato salad (has a warm dressing salad made with fake bacon) - delicious!

Thursday:  Moussaka (a casserole made with eggplant and TVP) served with warm pita bread

Friday:  Stuffed peppers (filled with salsa, brown rice, and kidney beans and cooked in a crockpot)

Saturday: Went to a Halloween party and ate there

Sunday: Leftover moussaka 

See Previous Week Menu

2 comment(s):

Love what you're doing here! I intend to come back and get some ideas from your weekly menu listings.

My husband and I just started our own blog: The Reluctant Vegetarians. I'd love to know your thoughts.



By Blogger The Reluctant Vegetarians, at 7:21 AM  

Those stuffed peppers look amazing! Next time you fix veggie pizza, use a vegetable/potato peeler to get thin carrot strips and add those. It's not a strong favor but it definitely tastes great and it adds an extra texture.

By Anonymous Ashley, at 6:14 PM  

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