It was breakfast casserole.
No pie for Pi Day, alas!
However, earlier in the day I had come across this, so I may make a hand pie later today.
Jo and Sue's Single Serving Pie Crust:
I think I figured out why I am so in love with single serving recipes.I had a bit of an epiphany whilst standing in front of my toaster oven.Remember the Easy-Bake oven?That's what it's like making these little treats in the toaster oven. Single serving recipes in the toaster oven/microwave/oven are like Easy-Bake treats for adults.Plus...by making only one little servings you can't eat more than that. I mean...if I bake a whole pie then I can eat a whole pie. Not that I have....noooooooo no no......never. If I only make a mini pie then I can only eat a mini pie - which, as it turns out - is far healthier for me.Here is the rundown on this tasty little number:(According to Fitday)Crust only: Calories - 165, 11.7 fat, 12 carb, 1.8 protein.Crust and filling: Calories - 199, 11.8 fat, 22 carb, 1.9 protein.
I think I have some strawberries.
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