Oh what a shocker – I made chia pudding for breakfast!  This time in a bowl, not a parfait.  It was hilarious because I was trying to do this really pretty swirl of my very berry sauce into the pudding, and well, let’s just say that didn’t work out that well – this tasted delicious!

Five points – 3 for 1/2 cup of chia pudding and two for the Safe + Fair blueberry and cinnamon granola.  So good.  I am not kidding when I say I could eat this every single day and not get sick of it.

I did get a few people telling me that their chia pudding clumped up.  I need to update my chia pudding recipe, but since I don’t eat it for a couple days, I usually stir it every morning and night to keep the seeds separate.

My sister had a work deadline and couldn’t do lunch.  While it was near 60 degrees it was also rainy.  I was going to go to Roti for lunch, and when I asked my one boss if he wanted me to get some, he said “how about Naansense?”   It’s a fast casual Indian restaurant – you can build your own salad, get tacos, rice bowls.  

I chose the tandoori chicken salad.  What I thought was seasoned chick peas turned out to be naan croutons, I picked most of those out.  I ate half and was satisfied – so good!!  It came with a green goddess dressing that was delicious.

I had to work late last night.  It makes for a long day.  Remember how I said that I was going to tell my office that I don’t want to do night secretary anymore?  Well, that hasn’t happened yet, but I need to.  I don’t get home until 9 on those nights – makes for a long day!

Not only was yesterday my nieces birthday (HAPPY BIRTHDAY SARAH!) it was also  Pi day and I loved how many people tagged me making pizza for the their #piday

That got me thinking – what if I turned my leftover salad into an Indian pizza?  I used Alouette cucumber and dill spread mixed with vindaloo sauce for the base of the pizza.

Then I topped the dough (5) with my pizza filling (calling that 1 point for the bit of dressing) then 1/2 cup mozzarella cheese (4) and baked it on my baking steel for 10 minutes at 500 degrees.

Um, this was delicious!  I didn’t even mind the cooked cucumber on the pizza!  The crust was crunchy (even though I just made the dough when I got home), the vindaloo sauce was spicy, but a great balance with the cucumber and dill Alouette cheese.  So good!  Can’t wait to recreate this with heavily spiced tandoori chicken.  And making a raita sauce for dipping – yum!

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Happy Friday friends – make it a great day, and don’t eat like an asshole.  Love, Biz