One of the things in life I just don’t have the time for is taking pictures of everything I eat to share with you. Honestly, it would be rather boring. I guarantee you’d see a Chobani Greek yogurt and a dark chocolate Zone bar about 98% of time. I have a couple breakfasts and lunches that I rotate through, but dinner is where the variety is at.
But even so, I don’t take pictures of dinner every day. I don’t bother to share the things I just randomly throw together that hardly qualify as real recipes. Again, you’re not missing much. But one of the things I do like about bloggers that share all of their daily eats is that I often find out about their favorite products that are new to me, or new ways to use things I already buy.
I know I’ve mentioned and showed you Joseph’s Low-Carb Lavash before. These huge, soft wraps have just 100 calories each. They are packed with fiber and have 10 grams of protein. And, they get wrapped around tuna or tofu or chicken or grilled vegetables everyday for my lunch. But they also make perfectly easy and paninis or flat bread pizzas. You see here?
Up above we have a grilled panini stuffed with grilled summer vegetables, basil, sun dried tomatoes, and smoked goat cheese. It was delicious! I prepared it on the grill outside, but a griddle would work too. If it reminds you more of a quesadilla and you’d rather call it that, go right ahead.
And below we have an oven-baked pizza with fresh spinach, tomatoes, artichokes, onions, olives, and a light scattering of cheese. Just 10-12 minutes in the oven on 425ºF turns the soft wrap into a crispy golden crust. I could eat the whole big thing by myself, savoring plenty of fresh flavor in each bite, and not feeling like a bloated balloon full of carbs by the end.
I hope you don’t mind a random post like this one, without a recipe, but rather just an idea for you to much on.
Have you tried Joseph’s Low Carb Lavash? Have you used them in any creative ways?