Nom, nom, nom! I dreamed up this Sweet Breakfast Burrito recipe last night – literally!
A new twist on an old favorite, this features a pancake “burrito” stuffed with Greek yogurt, pumpkin, and tons of spices.
- 1/2 cup prepared whole wheat pancake mix
- 1/4 cup pumpkin puree (cold)
- 1/4 cup Oikos Greek Yogurt (plain)
- Spices to taste: cinnamon, nutmeg, and ground cloves
- 1 tablespoon maple syrup
- Powdered sugar for decoration 🙂
- Grease a heated wok and pour pancake mix into the center, creating a large circular pancake.
- Wait until pancake is cooked thoroughly on one side and flip carefully, cooking the other side.
- Meanwhile, mix all the remaining ingredients (except the powdered sugar) in a small bowl.
- Plate pancake, smear pumpkin mix on the inside, and carefully roll up.
- Dust with powdered sugar.
It was AMAZING. I wish more good recipes would come to me in my dreams!
Thanks for the interesting and engaging debate on The New York Times article about slower marathoners.
Some of your opinions made me reconsider mine, and I think I’m back to believing the article is complete BS. What’s the point of the debate raised by the NYT, anyway? 26.2 miles is still 26.2 miles, and everyone who completes a marathon should feel proud and happy. The rest is just an issue of semantics. No one – especially not the idiot runners quoted in the article – should make anyone believe anything less!
Thanks again for the insightful, interesting, and friendly debate! 🙂
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Seriously, the notes are unusually good today. :) Makes me happy!
Have a WONDERFUL DAY!
Your breakfast looks awesome! I wish I had more time in the morning to make myself something other than microwaved oatmeal at work.
Thanks agian for posting that article. I was thinking about it last night as I was watching people on the dreadmills at the gym. I definitely agree that if you finish the distance you have completed a marathon, therefore you can call yourself a marathoner. I’ve only completed one marathon and one half, but I consider myself a marathoner. Especially since I’m beginning training again this month for my next.
As far as walking throughout the race, there are not many people that can actually run 26.2 miles without a walk break or two at least. Even my mother in law, who is a Boston Qualifier, walks through every single water station.