Happy Passover to those of you who celebrate! How was your Seder?
***Side note: I was told that the Cookie Monster on Sesame Street now teaches self control instead of eating impulsively. While he used to shovel down cookies left and right, now he teaches children how to enjoy food and eat with self control. Check it out here!
Unfortunately, Adam and I are under the weather and couldn’t make it out to our family’s Seder. Instead, I picked up my 4 prescriptions for this sinus cold, a rotisserie chicken and some sides to make a Passover meal for the two of us.
Before dinner I experimented with my first Lush bath bomb! One of my friends got me 4 bath bombs to try for my birthday.
I was told to cut the bomb in half to use the rest for another bath; however, there was no cutting through this bad boy. Maybe I’ll use a chainsaw next time 😉
I can’t wait to try more bath bombs!
This morning Adam was up bright and early wondering what he was going to eat for breakfast. Naturally, I made him Matzobrei the day after Passover.
- 2 matzo boards
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 2 eggs
- 2 tablespoons milk of choice
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- Cinnamon and salt to taste
- Maple syrup
- Heat 1 tbsp butter in pan
- Quickly soak matzo in a bowl of warm water; break matzo into pieces; immediately drain water
- Crack eggs and pour milk and vanilla into bowl of matzo
- Add cinnamon and salt
- Mix batter
- Pour into pan on medium heat
- Cook for 3 minutes and flip
- Cook for another 2-3 minutes and place on serving plate
- Add 1 tbsp butter and drizzle maple syrup
What toppings do you like on your Matzobrei? I’ve seen jelly, syrup, apple sauce, sour cream… It’s all fair game!
Have the bestest day ever!
Cheers! xxJ 💕🍴