Chickpea, Avocado & Feta Cheese


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When I saw this recipe I heard the avocado calling me. I knew I would make this. It was just a matter of time. Enter summer and my new camera guy!

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This recipe was originally for a sandwich and the ingredients were mashed up and placed on whole wheat bread. I had it both ways and either way, it is yummy! I had to split the recipe from the Original Recipe by Two Peas & Their Pod because I am the only one in the house who will eat this. The first day I had it as a salad.

Here is what you are going to need -

Chickpea, Avocado & Feta Cheese Salad

1/2 Can of Chickpeas
1 Avocado
1 Green Onion
1 T Chopped Cilantro
1/4 Cup of Feta Cheese
1 Lime

*Salt and pepper to taste

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The next day I used the rest of the chickpeas and made my second batch. I had the first half in a sandwich and the rest in my salad last night for dinner.

Lunch sandwich

I can’t wait to make it again as an alternative to guacamole.

Thank you Pinterest Planning and Pinterest!

PS I am loving my new camera guy!

Pinterest Planning


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I’m finding myself using Pinterest a lot for recipes. My brain seems to adapt to this format very well. I am always referring to it to try something new. We just returned from the store and got all the ingredients to make the following dishes. Currently I am in a dilemma about which chickpea dish to make first. I am thinking it’s going to be the avocado dish!



I can’t wait to try these…
Cheesy Cauliflower Pancakes

Last but definitely not least!
Two-Ingredient Pumpkin Cake with Apple Cider Glaze
More of my favorites on My Pinterest Page!


No-Bake Watermelon Cake!


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I need to get more fruits and vegetables in my little guy. When it comes to fruits there are very few he actually eats. Watermelon is one of them. So when I saw this Watermelon Cake I thought it might be a good shot that he would eat it. In addition, I could try some strawberries. Here’s what you need -

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Watermelon Cake

1 Watermelon
Strawberries, halved and quartered
Cool Whip
Sliced almonds

First, cut stems off strawberries, cut them in half and quarter them. Clean with soap and water. I enlisted my little guy and he was all for it, what a great help he has become! Next, cut a cylinder out of the watermelon (instead of using the whole watermelon I thought I would try a small one first and it was a good thing because the watermelon we picked was not very tasty).

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Once you have the watermelon into the shape of a cylinder frost it with the Cool Whip


 We added strawberries and almonds

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Not only did my little guy help with slicing and cleaning the strawberries as well as icing the watermelon he was also the camera guy – I think I found myself a new photographer!

Found this fun project on Pinterest!


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