Overnight Oats Are Back
Breakfast was delicious today…
Angela’s Carob Banana Chia Overnight Oats. I used cocoa powder instead of carob. Yum, this was so filling and delicious. The 2 Tbsp. of chia seeds made this bowl very pudding-like. I think maybe next time I’ll use less chia.
After breakfast we rushed off to portrait modeling. Same pose as last week. It’s a sitting pose and I have my forearm leaning on the chair. There were five artists painting me today. It’s so interesting because they all have a different perspective of the pose and each of their paintings is totally different, even though it’s the same pose!
For the “studio” we are actually using a little wing inside a cute oldies, antique car museum. The museum is right in the middle of a little old beach town, so the only people we see walk through the museum are cute old couples. They stop and watch me in my pose as the painters work. It’s funny.
After 3 hours, I came home and got cooking.
Salmon Patties from The Real Food Diet Cookbook. These are like the yummiest things I’ve ever made! When I flipped them onto the pan to let them cook, the wonderful aroma of sea food filled the house, you MUST make these, they are amazing. Heather posted the recipe on her blog, so I’ll just direct you over HERE to her post!
Like Heather, I used Food Should Taste Good chips. (They sent me some to sample.)
I used the Yellow Corn ones.
These are so yummy because they are crispy and salty. Yum.
And the ingredients are stellar. Just 3 ingredients!
My church Summer Camp, called Girl’s Camp, is coming up in June. Last year, to fund raise, me and my friend made and sold this recipe of Chocolate Peanut Butter Easter eggs. We made them quarter pounders (they were pretty huge) and sold them for $4 each. They were a huge hit and we made enough money for us both to go to camp! Since we had so much success last year, I’m thinking we’ll do it again.
Do you/did you go to overnight summer camp?
What are your favorite ways to raise money?