Quinoa Tabbouleh Stuffed Roasted Peppers, Falafel, and Lemon Snaps

I woke up Sunday morning excited to get to play in the kitchen with a couple of new recipes. I prepped the veg for the quinoa tabbouleh Saturday night so that whipped together very quickly and was able to marinate all day. I’ve made this tabbouleh recipe many times. Cedar likes it a lot. Like I mentioned, I’d never made falafel before. Overall, I was pleased with how they came together and the overal simplicity of the recipe. I thought they were a little too dry and I really wanted a tahini or hummus sauce to dip them in. I was really excited to try the lemon snaps. I’m not a big fan of ginger snaps but I knew I’d love the lemon. I was loving the texture of the cookies, chewey AND crunchy, best of both worlds. I have a feeling these cookies will be a staple cookie in the Toavs house for years to come. YUM. I hope you enjoyed them too.

Alphabet Soup, Biscuits & Chocolate Chip Cookies

Very simple and back to basics. As the recipe was called ‘Alphabet Soup’, I kept it but as you will see, there are no letters in my alphabet soup. Sorry. You will recognize the biscuits. I made them with the very first co-op meal. I’ve been given the thumbs up on the cookies from the kids. The four on top were double baked. They were so puffy that the dough wasn’t baking in the middle. So I flipped them and baked them a little longer. I hope you enjoy your meal.

Recipes: Alphabet Soup , Biscuits and Chocolate Chip Cookies