It was my mom’s birthday and she wasn’t into the idea of having a cake or anything… so, I made red velvet pancakes:
I winged it with these. I also made a cream cheese ‘syrup’ (not exactly frosting, but definitely NOT syrup) that went with.
No snack. No lunch. I was lazy and didn’t even want to move from the couch. I had a much needed super relaxing weekend!
Dinner consisted of Carrot Dill Matzah Ball soup, recipe by Tali Simon of More Quiche Please. I’ve recently started reading her blog and love it! I haven’t had matzah in quite some time and I just had to make this. I couldn’t tell you the last time I used eggs, but I can’t quite fathom vegan matzah balls. When I researched vegan matzah ball soup the recipes all included silken tofu and that was too much soy for my liking. Once I started the process, there was some celery added… then a shallot… and some extra carrots. I just hoped that I didn’t mix too much after adding the seltzer water.
I just love all this dill!
(black specks = fresh cracked pepper)
I also roasted some cauliflower and broccoli as a side. Oh, and I definitely got in some extra veggies, as I had some kale that needed sautee-ing as well 🙂
What did your Seder, Easter Sunday or Sunday dinner consist of?