Soft and MushyPosted: December 6, 2010
No, I am not talking about one of my mom’s favorite cheesy lines “Say something soft and mushy Henry”, I am talking about my food!
One thing I have found out is that blue cheese + sweet potato is amazing.
Another awesome combo that I would have never tried if I didn’t lose my teeth was scrambled eggs in soup.
Scrambled eggs with chili powder, garlic powder, S&P and goat cheese. Placed on top of the last of the tomato bisque soup.
Delicious! I would have never done this if I could chew solid foods!
Next I stepped up my game and went into the chew foods all steamed so there was no crunch and things that could POKE. (My antibiotic pack fell out today and I really freaked out thinking it was the blood clot!)
To much so lets move onto the food…
One soft tortilla to wrap up some of the goodness.
I started sautéing an onion then added garlic, red wine vinegar, mustard powder, S&P. Then I chopped up some brussel sprouts and kale extra fine and threw them in. Once those were going I chopped up a sausage link from this new product I saw flying around the blogshere.
I am always looking for protein alternatives to tofu. This was actually pretty good and the ingredients are decent. It added a nice flavor to the meal.
I also browns, which is a plus!
This was a little hard to chew and sort of hurt my jaw to grind the food up I guess I need to head back to the soups, banana bread, smoothies and pudding.
Speaking of pudding, why did I ever stop eating this stuff??? Nick brought me back chocolate vanilla swirl pudding cups when he went out on Sunday and I love them! I eat them layer by layer.
No sugar free anyone! Honestly it is 50 calories and for real sugar I will take it! I know Jello brand might not be the best ingredient puddings but I am going to look into Whole Foods. I think there is a local dairy that makes pudding…could be dangerous.
Did you enjoy pudding as a child? I surely did, chocolate vanilla swirls all the way!