small change, big difference.

Although I tend to be a creature of habit, I’m not entirely unwelcoming to change. In fact, getting creative in the kitchen is key when sticking to the basics.

For example, instead of making pumpkin pancakes for breakfast yesterday, I used almost the exact same ingredients but made a delicious (and adorable) Single Lady Cupcake.

No, that’s not icing – it’s melted coconut butter – and yes, you have to pick some up for yourself stat.

I planned on having an omelet alongside my muffin, but as I looked at the dirty muffin pan, I remembered Anne’s recipe for Scrambled Egg Muffins. It was a no-brainer.

An entire meal consisting of muffins. Perfectly normal.

Later in the evening I had pasta on my mind. I threw together a regular old never-ending bowl (pasta, brussels sprouts, beans, tomato sauce), but then I decided to add some mozzarella cheese on top and broiled it for about 5 minutes. You know, just for fun.

Best. Decision. Ever.

One thing I’ll probably never change, though? Eating dinner on the couch while watching E! You just don’t mess with a good thing.

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Is it just me, or does food cooked in the oven always seem to taste 10x better??

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