Archive for the ‘One Bowl Meals’ Category

Tour de France 2017, Stage 3: Crepes with Nut Butter, Fruit and More

Stage 3 of this year’s Tour de France is on. This is what I just had for breakfast: fresh crepes topped with nut butter, cooked fruit topping, mixed grains,… Read more »

Great Training Fuel: French Toast Taken From “Simple to Exciting” – All in Pictures

Yesterday’s post showed how to use your favorite bread to make French toast either in the pan or microwave oven.  As mentioned in that post, the I bread used to make French toast last weekend was Seeded Levain bread from the BirchTree Bread Co. in Worcester, MA. (That bread, by the way, goes great with your favorite cheese, nut butter, and much more – terrific stuff!)

What you see below is all I needed to power a fantastically invigorating 60+ mile Bicycles Battling Cancer training ride from my town, Westborough, MA, through Northborough, Boylston, Sterling, Clinton, Bolton, Harvard, Read more »

Savory Steel Cut Oats with Beans, Avocado & Bell Pepper Picture Book Recipe

Savory Steel Cut Oats with Beans, Avocado & Bell Pepper

Last post showed how to cook steel cut oats as quickly and easily on the stove. As mentioned in that post, steel cut oats take longer to cook, about 25 minutes, than rolled oats because steel cut oats are not precooked or preprocessed before being cut to smaller pieces by steel blades. That minimal processing means that steel cut oats have a more chewy texture and nutty flavor, stick with you longer because they take longer to digest, and are much more versatile than rolled oats, meaning they can be used in a wide variety of both sweet and savory recipes.

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Microwave Beans Alfredo Fusion: Full-On Flavor and All in Pictures

Microwave Beans Alfredo Fusion I’m a big fusion fan! Here’s a fully flavorful, richly nutritious, and very easy to make recipe that came to mind while ripping it on a gorgeously colorful fall bike ride the other day that combines – or fuses – the Italian creamy Parmesan cheese flavor of a modified (less fat, lower calorie) Alfredo sauce with the richly flavorful and nutritious Latin American staples of kidney beans, cilantro, avocado, and tomato.

Here’s a picture of what you need to make a bowl of microwave cooked beans Alfredo fusion.

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Pasta with Sausage and Fresh Fig Sauce – All in Pictures


Pasta with Sausage and Fresh Fig Sauce

Pasta with sausage and fresh fig sauce: great stuff! Aside from its warmly robust sweet and savory flavor, the sausage and fig sauce can be made in the same time it takes just to cook pasta.

Now, what if fresh figs aren’t on the market – or you don’t like them? No problem. Just substitute those figs with any other available fruits: apples, pears, peaches, or plums – or whatever suits your taste.

Here’s what you need for ingredients.

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Pasta with Fresh Chicken Sausage Sauce – All in Pictures

Pasta with Fresh Chicken Sausage SauceLast post showed how to cook pasta to “al dente” (or, “firm to the teeth”) perfection. Here’s a great way to enjoy that pasta – with fresh chicken sausage sauce.

As the word “fresh” implies, the key to making this recipe turn out full-on flavorfully is using fresh garlic, fresh tomatoes, and a good handful of fresh basil – and, you bet, fresh sausage, if you can find it, sure makes a difference.

Here are the ingredients needed to make this recipe.

Pasta with Fresh Chicken Sausage Sauce IngredientsClick any picture on this page for a complete, easy to follow step-by-step picture book recipe.
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Microwave Cooked Power Cereal – Warm, Flavorful, and All in Pictures

Microwave Power Cereal & Icicles

You bet it’s cold outside, but there is a bright side. It’s mid-February, the days are getting longer, and everyday forward brings us closer to spring.

Still, all we ever have to deal with is the here and now. So, to make that here and now more comfortable, flavorful, easy to deal with…and nutritionally sound, here’s Microwave Power Cereal. Microwave Power Cereal has a lot going for it. First, it tastes great and requires only commonly found ingredients. Secondly, it gives you just what you need for a sustained energy burn by combining complex carbohydrates with protein. And finally, you use the same bowl to mix, cook, and eat the cereal from, which greatly minimizes cleanup. All good stuff! Read more »

Powering Up with Microwave Cooked Power French Toast – All in Pictures




Stage 13 & MW Cooked Power French ToastWhoa, the men of the Tour de France had a tough day yesterday from St. Etienne to Chamrousse with a numbing 3000 foot climb for the last 8 or so miles. Ouch! And, still, Vincenzo Nibali leads the way.

And, today – almost all uphill climbing from Grenoble to Risoul. Ow!

The men will need power. Here’s a great power meal – with a good shot of French: Microwave Cooked Power French Toast.

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Blue Sky Pre-Ride Breakfast of Champions – All in Pictures

Bowl Pancake, Fresh Coffee & Freshly Made Whipped Cream Pre-Ride BreakfastFirst, Happy Father’s Day!

Second, this breakfast works great any day, but especially on a day like we’re having today in the Northeast with clear blue skies, cool temps, dry air and a pretty good breeze. Just great to get out and rip it up on the bike, which I’m gonna’ do right now with a good friend who hasn’t been out on a bike for quite some time. Gonna’ be fun! Read more »

Microwave Cooked Coconut Bowl Pancake – All in Pictures


Microwave Cooked Coconut Bowl Pancake

Yeah, there really is a microwave cooked coconut bowl pancake under all that terrifically fresh and flavorful topping. The segmented picture below outlines how it goes together.

Microwave Cooked Coconut Bowl Pancake title

Here’s what you need to make this pancake, which is a very easy to make variation on the microwave cooked bowl pancake that substitutes packaged pancake flour and cereal with high-protein coconut flour, shredded coconut and ground flaxseed for outstanding flavor and long-lasting energy.

Needed to Make a Microwave Coconut Bowl Pancake

Click any picture on this page for a complete, colorful and easy to use step-by-step picture book recipe. Next post: I’ll show an easy and, you bet, flavorful variation on this pancake.

Microwave Cooked Coconut Bowl Pancake Recipe Pages

 

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