Breakfast burrito is such a wonderful invention!
I created this dish on a motivated Saturday morning, I was starving and it didn’t look like we had anything to eat in the fridge.
Not a good thing for a vegan!
But something I love most about my plant based diet is that in times like these, its time to get creative! Even though it looked like we didn’t have anything to eat (you know when your hungry and you open the fridge twenty times hoping something magical will just pop up on the first shelf you see) we did. It was just hidden from the naked eye.
Look below for the wonderful recipe! The result of eating this is having a happy, satisfied, full belly for quite a long time and gives you a boost of greens too!
- 1 sweet potato diced
- 1 golden potato dices
- ½ onion diced
- 1 cup of spinach
- 2 garlic cloves (of course)
- 2 tablespoons of olive oil
- 1 teaspoon of garlic powder
- S&P to taste
- 2 wraps
- optional: not pictured but I made it again and added mushrooms...delicious too!
- Heat skillet with olive oil and throw in potatoes and onions for 5 minutes then garlic cloves, then spinach, then seasonings. Once cooked to your liking remove from oven and roll it in a wrap.
- Optional: Add ketchup!
So with this spring music in the air, every year I take on these projects which are so much fun but sometimes put to much on my plate.
Darn you pinterest ! (just kidding I love you) .
The most recent project that has been extensive in back labor, ugh, is inserting a brick patio on our walk out basement…we have been wanting to put out a patio there for quite some time and my dream was a brick patio but I wanted to do it ourselves and I just didn’t think we could do it.
So I kept searching for ideas and the brick patio kept coming up and my yearning grew.
Finally I got the guts to look further into it and it turned out it wasn’t at all completed that I thought it was. In fact, it was quite easy…the steps are….
- Step one is digging 4-5 inches into the area
- Step two is flattening area and making sure it is level
- Step three is putting a 3 inch layer of gravel and one inch sand
- Step four is laying the bricks
- Step five is brushing more sand on top to get in the cracks
Easy enough right? Let me know when you are done with step one.
Yeah it was h*?%#.
But now we are finished with step one and two….sooo I am euphoric! I can’t wait to show you guys before and after pics of project.