This week is going to be quite exciting! My mother-in-law is visiting for the week, and itâ€™s up to us to find and buy my in-laws a house in three days. Theyâ€™ve sold their Florida home and must move up here as soon as possible.
So tomorrow is going to be House Hunters Healthy Tipping Point-style! House Hunters is one of my favorite shows so it will be fun to do it in real life (plus, I donâ€™t have to spend any money- heh!).
Today was also very exciting because I finally found Libbyâ€™s Pure Pumpkin at the grocery store! Itâ€™s been out of stock because of the harvest shortage. I went bonkers in the grocery aisle and bought 10 cans!
I had already eaten my snack of the afternoon or I definitely wouldâ€™ve cracked open a can!
Museli with fruit and Greek yogurt:
And I made an Indian-inspired dinner for dinner with my mother-in-law (her name is Rosalind, by the way â€“ isnâ€™t that a pretty name?). I love combining roasted veggies with Indian sauces â€“ and Iâ€™ll admit â€“ I take the easy way out and buy pre-made sauces.
The finished product included roasted potatoes, Brussel sprouts, mushrooms, and chickpeas with Rogan Josh curry, which was super spicy!
No rice or bread with dinner because I was anticipating that Iâ€™d be consuming QUITE a few cookies for dessert. 🙂 🙂 I cooked a batch of the worldâ€™s best Gingerbread cookies for Kristina, who won my little men for Tinaâ€™s Team in Training online bake sale.
Seriously â€“ this Gingerbread cookie recipe (and icing recipe) is a perfect, no-fail recipe. Iâ€™ve made it three years in a row now around the holidays (or in Septemberâ€¦ whatever).
I love this icing recipe because it includes lemon juice and, as a result, has a really great tang to it.
Itâ€™s starting to smell a lot like CHRISTMAS!!!!
Pumpkin + Gingerbread cookies?! Iâ€™m in heaven now!