Happy Friday my friends!

This week was a busy one and even though I am happy it’s Friday, I have to work tomorrow, so really I’m not too excited. We’re only open half days, but the fact that I have to get up at 5:00am on a Saturday is just not fun in my book.

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Anywho, Friday’s are still fun and Laura makes them extra fun by giving us the opportunity to share some of our #strangebutgood eats.

Although I really think 90% of the things I eat are #strangebutgood.

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But today let’s focus on some of my not so normal snacks.

First was one of my night time concoctions.

I always have to have something sweet after dinner.

No really. Always.

Sometimes when the fridge and cupboards are looking bare I have to make use of what I have.

When that happens, things like this are made.

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I’m going to be fancy and call this chocolate protein mousse, but really it should be called chocolate protein sludge.

It was basically a tablespoon of this flour, a tablespoon of that flour, and probably some protein powder mixed together with almond milk and apple sauce and I called it good.

I was actually attempting to make a mug cake, but after tasting so much of the batter, I ended up just eating it as is.
It may look like sludge, but it was pretty tasty.

The next snack up is just as ugly.

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I use to make this all the time, but haven’t for awhile and as simple and strange as it may be, I love it.

Chocolate protein cottage cheese and jelly open face sandwich.

I used a piece of high fiber carrot bread, mixed some chocolate protein powder in with cottage cheese and with a little spread of jelly, I called this snack good.

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I also rip my food and eat in tiny bites. I do it with almost all of my sandwiches.

#strangebutgood habit? I have a lot of them.

Let continue with my strange spreads.

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I have posted about my chocolate peanut butter tofu mousse before, but this time I had gotten super lazy, made an individual serving and just tried to mash it with a spoon.

It worked. Sort of. I like it chunky anyways.

I put it on top of Julian Bakery’s paleo coconut bread, which I was trying for the first time.

The bread is interesting to say the least. I ordered it online and I’m curious to try it store bought, because the texture of this bread was. Strange on it’s own.

Not bad. Not great. Interesting.

The chocolate and peanut butter made it better though.

But what doesn’t chocolate and peanut butter make better?

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So now I bring you the spot light of my snacking lately.

We all know I am obsessed with plantains.

Well mostly my protein plantain bread.


My twin muse’s have been posting so many recipes with plantains that I have been dying to try. But as per usual Debbie, I typically fall back on what I know I love. But I finally tried a new version of my new beloved food.

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Enter the baked plantain topped with protein frosting.

This friends was a delish snack.

Who would have thought simple roasting a plantain brushed with coconut oil and topped with a little protein frosting could be so good.

Because it was.

I will be experimenting with new toppings in the future.

I am dying to get my hands on some tahini so I can make a protein tahini spread, but the stuff is just so expensive!

In good time I suppose.

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Well loves I hope you all have a great Friday and enjoy your weekend.

Until next time.

Stay strange.

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What’s the strangest snack you’ve made?