Well, it’s that time of week again. It’s time for the House of Snuggles Lazy Sunday Funday Weekly Roundup! Let’s get started!
Hot Topic of The Week: Polar Vortex May Mean Miserable Allergy Season
Got Allergies? With the polar vortex hopefully behind us, allergy experts are predicting that if it warms up fast we will be in for a bad allergy season. Lucky for you, there are a lot of home remedies to beat allergies without taking a bunch of chemicals.
Vegan Product of the Week: Beanfield’s Bean and Rice Chip
I know March has been a snacky type month for us here at the House of Snuggles, so here’s another snack! Beanfield’s Bean and Rice chips are super yummy and have an incredible crunch. They come in a few different fun flavors including Nacho and Sea Salt, with Pico de Gallo being my favorite. Oh and by the way, it’s really easy to eat the whole bag.
Snuggles Belly Rub Rating: 5 out of 5
What’s Cooking in The House of Snuggles This Week:
Breakfast– Homemade Vegan Waffles
- I love making breakfast on the weekends. Why? It means super fun leftovers and more interesting breakfasts for during the week. Waffles freeze well and can be reheated by toasting, you know, kind of like an Eggo but better. You can do a variety of topping like traditional maple syrup or even try doing peanut butter and jelly!
Lunch- Field of Greens Salad with homemade dressing
- Greens make a great lunch. Besides that boost on vitamins, the chlorophyll in greens are a great pick me up for a mid-day meal. Try pairing with a chik’n salad sandwich or vegan creamy tomato soup.
Dinner- Baked potato with baked beans and steamed veggies
- This is an awesome budget friendly dinner. Easy, cheap, and delicious baked potatoes and beans will fill you up and keep you satisfied. Try steamed carrots, broccoli or even asparagus to top it all off.
Snack Time- Almonds
- Almonds are packed full of protein, as well as, vitamin E, manganese, biotin and copper. A handful really does go a long way and will bring you up from your afternoon slump.
Peaceful Dumpling Contribution of the Week:
Ever wonder about seeing a Naturopath? Here I give a few pointers on what to expect at your first visit.
And last but not least, I want to leave you with this video. It’s a video from Edgar’s Mission Farm Sanctuary. It is a beautiful video showing 752 factory farm chickens being released from their cages and experiencing the outdoors for the first time. It’s a tear-jerker but a goody.
Missed Last Week’s Roundup? Well, here it is!