Corned Beef and Cabbage Quesadilla

Corned Beef & Cabbage Quesadilla — A corned beef sandwich recipe made with your St. Patty’s Day meal leftovers, swiss cheese, and tangy mustard pressed into pita bread.

Corned Beef & Cabbage Quesadilla -- A corned beef sandwich recipe made with your St. Patty's Day meal leftovers, swiss cheese, and tangy mustard pressed into pita bread. | @sinfulnutrition | AD | @toufayan

“I received free samples of Toufayan Pita mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Toufayan Bakeries and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.”

Guyz, are you ready for St. Patrick’s Day, or are you READY for St. Patrick’s Day?!

…great me either.

Seeing as I’m not much a beer fan anyway, SPD doesn’t really do much for me….other than da FOOD.

Corned Beef & Cabbage Quesadilla -- A corned beef sandwich recipe made with your St. Patty's Day meal leftovers, swiss cheese, and tangy mustard pressed into pita bread. | @sinfulnutrition | AD | @toufayan

But come on, are you really that surprised?

Maybe I’m jumping the gun a little early, but I LOVE corned beef and cabbage. Growing up, my mom would make a boiled dinner every year, full of carrots, cabbage, taters, and salty McSalterson corned beef.

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Overnight Shamrock Shake Chia Seed Pudding

Shamrock Shake Chia Seed Pudding Recipe — A healthy version of everyone’s favorite shake that’s good enough for breakfast! #vegan #paleo #glutenfree

Shamrock Shake Chia Seed Pudding Recipe -- A healthy version of everyone's favorite shake that's good enough for breakfast! #vegan #paleo #glutenfree

‘Ello loves!

We interrupt your regularly scheduled somethin’ Sunday for more pressing matters..FOOD, DUDES!

reciperedux

AKA this month’s recipe redux! Here’s what we had in store for February.

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WIAW: Going Green.

Top of tha mornin’ to ya laddie!

Did we all have a wee bit of fun for St. Paddy’s?

 

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Drinking Guinness and wearing green like the straight up quarter Irish gal I am. Since everyone is at least 50% more Irish on St. Paddy’s Day, that makes me pretty much straight outta Dublin.

Call it the luck o’ the Irish in me, but I actually managed to sneak something green into every meal without even trying! Thankfully only carrots change my skin color, or else I might start looking like I have a chronic case of dysentery with all the green I’ve been eating.

Let’s have a look-see shall we?

 

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Breakfast
omelet.PNGBreakfast was a hugh-jass omelet packed with spinach, garlic, and salsa. Frozen spinach is where it’s at since I can pay less than a dollar for more spinach than I can even handle. Fresh spinach takes me like a day to eat.

 

Lunch

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I love how perfect collard leaves are for wrappage. I stuffed a few leaves full of my lemon pepper tuna mixed with chickpeas. It’s like a handheld salad!
Snack

 

oat bites.PNGOh my gosh I can’t get enough of these little oat bites that I made this weekend. Just enough sweetness, and of course a good dose of peanut butter to fill my daily quota.

Okay, so it’s not green, but I did say “meal” didn’t I? 😉

[ 2 cups oats + 1/2 cup peanut butter + 2 T flax + 1/2 cup sunflower seeds + 1/4 cup applesauce + 2 T maple syrup + cinnamon. Mix & roll into balls. makes about 14]

 

Dinner
salmon broc.PNGDinner was the usual suspect, a salmon pattie with some more lemon pepper seasoning, on top of a bed of broccoli with some pasta sauce. Because that just makes everything better.

 

I did have some cabbage, carrots, and turnip for the traditional boiled dinner, which on top of Guinness made me a big old bloat baby.

 

 

But I just can’t resist! Until next year cabbage baby.

 

Make it a great day!

Did you do anything for St. Paddy’s Day?

What’s the last green food you ate?