Alright. So I stumbled upon the pasta recipe awhile back and thought it sounded deeeeelish. Here's the link I found, Creamy Avocado Shells, looks/sounds delicious right? We made this the other night but used whole wheat spaghetti noodles instead (and I'm not going to lie; we did break up two lasagna noodles just to make sure we had enough). I also didn't take the time to do any lemon zesting. It was already reeeeaaaally lemon-y.
So here we go....
Step One: Add your pasta of choice to a boiling pot of water. Drain when cooked.
Step Five: Salt and pepper to taste.
Like I said, these pictures don't do it justice it's sooooo green (you'll see). This is soooooo delicious. I didn't really think that it would be so good. I love avocados, but I thought that this seemed too simple. I think that we used just a little too much lemon juice (it was still really good though). The recipe said to add more lemon juice if you had leftovers so they wouldn't brown. We had leftovers but no more lemon juice, but it wasn't needed. It's still looking green and delicious in the fridge as we speak... or type. Either way I recommend you try this. It's another healthy, yummy dinner. Who would have thought all these things would be so good for you? Well, let's not speak too soon...
Peanut Butter Nutella Bars
1/4 c. butter (margarine, whatever it is you use. I don't even know what we have honestly)
1/2 c. milk
2 c. sugar
1 c. peanut butter
1 tbs. Nutella (you can use more or none, I just threw a dab in for good measure)
1 tsp. vanilla
~3 c. cornflakes (we needed to get rid of them... you could use anything really oatmeal, rice crispies, etc.)
Step One: Mix butter, milk, and sugar in a pan; bring to a boil on medium heat.
Step Two: Let boil for about a minute or so.