Posts Tagged ‘mashed potatoes’

Breakfast Potato Pita Pocket

I love breakfast and using leftovers in unique and yummy ways, so I was thrilled when I put together this awesome breakfast wrap using left over mashed potatoes and pita pockets that needed to be eaten.

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To make it I heated up some leftover mashed potatoes in a skillet. Then got a couple eggs broken up in a bowl and added a bit of salsa. Once the potatoes were warm I added the egg mixture to the potatoes and stirred until the eggs were cooked. I stuffed that into some warm pitas and topped with some scotch bonnet hot sauce and it was ready to eat!

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Bento 36

I started feeling better last night, so this bento turned out pretty neat. Last night we had corn on the cob and mashed potatoes with gravy for dinner, among other things. So for this bento, I started out by cutting the corn off of a half a cob and mixing it with the mashed potatoes. Then I spread the potatoes in the large part of my bento and filled the heart container with gravy. I got some new soy dogs so I fried one of those up and added it in there.
After that I made a little salad with alfalfa sprouts, carrots, cherry tomatoes, onion, celery, green onion, and zucchini (the star shapes). I filled a little pig container with some vegan salad dressing and added it in. Then I sliced some strawberries and kiwi and filled the last little container.

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Bento #17

I had my 21st birthday this weekend, so I didn’t have time to make any bentos, but today I needed one for lunch. I used some leftovers from last night (as usual) and made a fruit salad to go with it. I also found some Smart Dogs hiding in the freezer, so I thawed those out and fried one up. Then I cut it into a little octopus (quadpus?). I think the fried part looks like the texture of an octopus too.

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On the right there’s mashed potatoes, peas, garlic bread and a smart dog. On the left there’s a fruit salad with grapes, cantaloupe, and strawberries. There’s also a little container with raw almonds.