Greetings from not-so-sunny Florida.
As I’m writing this my phone is buzzing unpleasantly with tornado warnings and it’s raining sideways…
But I digress. This week I wanted to share a delicious and easy recipe with you that I love having on hand, just hanging out in the refrigerator waiting for me to eat it when I’m feeling too lazy to make myself anything.
If you are a healthy and generally processed food free household like Cory and I, you’ll be able to relate to this problem. You know when you get home and open the refrigerator and see nothing but a well-stocked collection of raw ingredients that are unchopped, uncooked, and unseasoned and you say “Ugh, I just want something to eat right now!”
It’s at those moments that I reminisce about my childhood when there was a pantry full of prepackaged snacks that I could just grab and go.
Since that just isn’t the case anymore, it’s up to me to keep myself from eating a whole bar of dark chocolate by making sure I have at least one condiment, soup, dressing, or dip on hand that can jazz up a bowl of lettuce or an avocado.
So instead of going off on a lecture about how to chew your food or why Tomatillos are health supportive, I’m just going to tell you to make this and leave it in your fridge.
It will probably save you the next time you are simultaneously tired and hungry, from going off on a chocolate binge, like it has saved me…