Double Chocolate Cookies……..Stuffed with Peanut Butter
So, you think you don’t like kale?
Raw kale > Crispy kale!
Yeah, it’s like addicting.
So, I made salad.
I know, that never happens around here. It’s mostly chocolate, chicken, pasta, cheese, pizza and more chocolate. Ah, that sounds way worse than it actually is.
Really I promise. We totally eat our vegetables (no, really we do!).
You know what the best part about this salad is? Apart from it being crunchy, chewy and cheesy in all the right places, it is easy. Quick and easy. You can even skip the whole grilling process if you have some leftover chicken lying around and I mean really who does not have leftover chicken sitting in their fridge right now? It can’t be just me.
See lately……I have been so tired! Like I am honestly holding my eye lids open as I write this post. I know, glamorous isn’t it?
Going to bed way too late and waking up WAY too early. NOT a good combo.
I have been spending so much time on my photos. Trying to improve them, reading about light (OMG, help! The light is always changing. Sometimes my photos are way too bright or way too dark) and other things. All you photography buffs out there, I envy you, I just don’t understand all this stuff! I love it, but I hate it at the same time. Pretty photos are awesome. Hours of experiments/ pulling my hair out, not so much.
So needless to say I needed a quick meal. A quick, healthy and delicious meal. The crispy kale is so good, you’ll be lucky if there is any left by the time you are ready to toss it with the rest of the salad. The couscous is fun and pairs really well with the kale. The pomegranates, those I am just addicted to.
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So, I think I need to go to sleep now!
I just made this with quinoa instead of couscous. Marinated the chicken in a lemon/garlic/olive oil marinade and grilled in a grill pan. This was FABULOUS. Next time I might also roast some asparagus (or blanch it lightly) and finely chop and add this as well just to up the veggie content. Great recipe.
I am so excited that this recipe was enjoyed, thanks a bunch for giving it a try! ?Tieghan
Wonderful and easy recipe. The blending of these ingredients is a mouthful of delicious craziness…in a great way. You rock!!
YES! Thanks Beth!! So happy you loved this!
Happy Thanksgiving! 🙂
I just tried this last night and wanted to leave a comment to say how delicious it was! I didn’t have tahini but made no difference – very refreshing for a spring dinner. Thanks so much for this recipe!
YA!! I am so happy you love this Sonja! Thanks for giving the recipe a try!
I am going to pin this! Thanks for sharing looks delicious!
Another great looking dish!!