I try to make my foods at home as much as possible. I make my own bread, my own granola, my own muffins, and if I'm feeling super awesome (which is rarely ever), I will attempt to make my own jam. One thing I eat quite a bit of is tortilla wraps. But, the packaged ones are full of hydrogenated oils. I'm sure there is some packaged brand that doesn't have those things in it, but I can't see spending the moola that you have to spend to get the unprocessed stuff. So, I've been thinking about making my own tortillas at home. Has anyone done this? I'm wondering about the success rate of making them at home. It seems hard to store them, and what about making them soft? I've been thinking about doing THIS recipe, one I found on pinterest. I guess we'll see!
This is what we're eating this week:
Burgers on the grill and fried green beans
Grilled cheeses or turkey sandwiches; we're having a Good Friday service at church, so this needs to be an easy night
Homemade pizza as per usual
Easter egg hunt and cookout with our friends
Chick Fil A small group dinner night (or we may eat something easy at home, depends on the budget)
Chicken, spinach and cheese quesadillas
Small group night, will take something
Happy Wednesday, friends! Hope you are having an awesomely blessed Holy Week.
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