Cottage Cheese Power Bowl(#Strange But Good)

What do you get when you combine an empty belly and a very bare fridge? Often times at my house, you get #strangebutgood.

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Without having a lot on hand to work with, I basically just threw together some random ingredients that sounded like they might work. The result was shockingly delicious! This happy little accident has since been one of my go-to quick and easy meals. It is often in my weekly meal prep rotation, as it makes for an easy lunch at work.

While I have gotten numerous comments on how yummy it looks and smells (garlic + Parmesan always = win), I have also gotten some stares from picky less experimental eaters. So, I’m filing this one under #strangebutgood, and participating in the link-up love! See more on Laura’s page!

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Cottage Cheese Power Bowl

Ingredients:

Directions:

1/ Throw all ingredients except the chips in a bowl and mix well.

2/ Use the chips to scoop up your concoction, or try it my favorite way: crumble them over the top and inhale it enjoy eating it with a spoon.

Approximate Nutritionals:

Calories: 325

Fat: 9.5g

Carbs: 35 (fiber 12g)

Protein: 25g

Reader question:

Do you avoid taking odd things to work to eat?

|Kaci

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. Thanks for linking up! I wish I had cottage cheese to make this right now – looks awesome!

    1. I go through phases where I eat it almost daily!

    2. I finally found the no sodium added cottage cheese you keep mentioning on your blog! I have been hunting for it forever!

      1. Oh good! Is it the Friendship brand?

      2. Yes ma’am! It definitely works better in my sweet concoctions!

  2. Missy says:

    DELISH. I always eat my cottage cheese savory style with nutritional yeasts ALWAYS. I would so get down with that bowl of yum.

    If you can find it Friendship makes a whipped cottage cheese that you can spread on bread or portabellas or whatever and basically it’s like ricotta when it bakes. I love adding it into some steamed broccolli slaw and pasta sauce and nuking it (with nutritional yeast. Obvs.)

    1. I haven’t seen that! I will try to find it for sure! Sounds uh-mazing! Thank you!

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