Step 1: Lettuce cup
Step 2: Heated Sonoma veggie burger on lettuce cup
Step 3: Spread mustard on veggie patty
Step 4: Sliced tomato. Sprinkle with salt + pepper
Step 5: Sliced white or sweet onion
Step 6: Best part, avocado. and please, feel free to add more…
Step 7: Take a bite and enjoy!
Let me introduce you to my 12 minute dinner. It’s fabulous.
When I don’t feel like cooking or I need something quick, this is one of my go-to options. Now, I don’t eat a lot, if any frozen food, except Amy’s Sonoma Veggie Burger – it’s the only one that is gluten-free, dairy-free and soy-free. I’m not allergic to soy, just sensitive and I swear everything has soy in it.
I’ve made my own veggie burgers in the past, but for the every day, in a hurry, there’s always a box or two of these Sonoma Burgers in the freezer.
So, what’s everyone doing this labor day weekend? Baking or cooking anything fun? I’ll be hanging around here with my husband who has Sunday-Monday off [two days, woohoo!] – we plan to go for walks/hike, BBQ, recipe test and just be open to whatever may open up.
In case you needed a little cooking inspiration for this holiday weekend, here ya’ go!
Labor day appetizers [the best, ever guacamole], gluten-free picnic recipes, pulled BBQ chicken pizza, Red Velvet Sheet Cake and last but not least, for brunch how about these Lemon Raspberry breakfast rolls. . .
September 2 2011