Welp, I guess I’ll be focusing on the commercials + food this years Super Bowl. But then, who am I kidding. Have I ever focused on anything else? I think not. Unless my Giants were playing. Then I would maybe pay 1 percent more attention than what I already do.
discount double check
The literal only thing exciting about the Patriots being in the Super Bowl will be the cameramen trying to get Gisele on tape while accidentally rooting for the wrong team.
who are we kidding, she’s perfect. *sigh*
So the food. Because that is really most important. And ya’ll know that 75 percent of your plate will be filled with wings + buffalo chicken dip, ain’t no room for anything green.
The kick-off to the February drop-off.
BUT. But what if you only cheated a little bit and maybe only filled 74 percent of your plate with crap, and leave 26 percent of it semi healthy. What if!?
(You’ll probably go back for seconds)
But in all seriousness. Maybe bring these? Perhaps? So you don’t feel like a total blob post pig-skin watching.
This is falafel inspired, so before you get all crazy in correcting my recipe ingredients below (especially the fact that i use canned chickpeas vs dried) hold ya horses. I want this recipe to bring both ease + comfort, as I try to do with most of my recipes.
The red onion in the chickpea burger is definitely not traditional, however I wanted more of a bite as chickpeas can be fairly bland (especially if you’re a carnivore like oneself, all veg burgers need full body + flavor).
You may actually eat this like you would a burger, but if you’re trying to avoid the extra carbs (I prefer to waste my carbs on noodles or rice) than try this over a bed of arugula with tomatoes & cucumber (like so).
I also love to eat these post work out for some extra health + fuel.