It's so amazing how many new followers I got with the giveaway, that's awesome! Hello new readers, thanks for your interest! I hope you'll stay after the giveaway ends ;)
Well, today I have a little collection of food photos for you.
First you have to know that I'm not a good cook at all and that - unfortunately - I don't even like cooking, it's just no fun to me. So you could rather call me a snacker who eats lots of small portions during the day instead of 3 main meals.
Hence I like it when my mini meals are ready in no time ;) Furthermore I promised myself to pay attention to eating a bit more healthy stuff because I don't want to gain even more weight than I already have now.
So, if you're a snack-lover too and if you're always looking for more snack inspiration (I do!), maybe you'll like this:
Uncomplicated healthy little snack for in-between.
salad of your choice
feta or mozarella cheese
You simply have to put the salad and cheese into the toasties and put everything into the pre-heated oven for a few minutes.
The rest of the salad can be used as "side dish" ;)
"Strammer Max" (bread with ham and scrambled eggs)
A hearty little snack that doesn't take more than 10 minutes.
In the Rhineland where I live here in Germany we call this "Strammer Max", I have no idea about the real name of it ;)
ham and cheese
bread or toast
salt and pepper
Crack the eggs (as many as you like) into a bowl and whisk them with some milk until it has a creamy texture. Season to taste with the salt and pepper.
Put it into a pan and fry it.
(I guess you all know how to make scrambled eggs anyway ^^)
Put the cheese and ham on two slices of bread or toast and spread the scrambled eggs all-over.
Add ketchup if you like (that's what I always do).
Easy-peasy and done in two minutes.
Ehm well, yes,... cornflakes, milk, banana slices, that's it ;)
And of course you can use all kinds of other fuits too.
rice stew with vegetables
Another super-easy meal for lazy people.
deep-frozen vegetables "asia style"
Cook the rice. Put the vegetables into a pan and fry them until they're defrosted. Season to taste with soy sauce (and/or other spices if you like).
Almost the same as the salad toasties above.
focaccia to crisp up
(available in the supermarket here)
Put the cold cuts into the focaccia and crisp it up in the oven. That's it, haha.
As you could see I'm not a cook at all, so all you awesome talented housewives please don't laugh at me ;) I hope you liked my attempts on mini meals though.
Do you guys have some snack recipes for me? I'm always open to new ideas :)
Have a great weekend!
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