Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Dinner You Need To Make

I posted our delicious dinner last night on instagram {@missdixie30} and I honestly, really can't wait until we have it again. For the full details, head over to Christina's blog where you can find the instructions. I made one small change and used a Flat Out pocket {and cut it in half} for a little more thickness in our bite {thinking ahead with what the husband would like}. But still- the whole pita pockets are only 100 calories each, so you can enjoy them guilt free. They didn't even need to be smothered in cheese. And, of course you could swap in other ingredients if you wish. Honestly, I can't say enough good things about this oh-so-simple meal. Thank you Christina!


They are drizzled with balsamic glaze, which I love to use on Caprese salads as well. We've had a bottle in our fridge forever and it is such a wonderful topping! Looks pretty too. 


Also- I mentioned yesterday that I got some jeans {these and these} week from Piperlime with an additional discount- they are running that deal again and offering additional 60% off final sale items. If you are so inclined, go ahead and pick up yourself a pair of designer denim for $35 with code STOCKUP. I don't see that code advertised yet on their site, but I did get an email this morning. Make sure it's a final sale item to get the discount! 

7 comments:

Amanda June said...

This looks so good! I am definitely going to make this!

Natalie H said...

Saw these on your insta last night- they look so good! Heading to Christina's blog for all the details. Thanks for sharing

Christina Marcellino said...

Totally going to pick up some pita pockets for next time!!! Couldn't you eat this again, and again and again?! YUM!!!!!

agalandherdog said...

Just ordered those jeans -- thanks!

The Reedy Review said...

Thanks so much for the heads up about the sale! I missed out on the last one they did. Just ordered $515 worth of stuff for $70. Went through Ebates to get an additional 7% back, too. WHAT!

A Peachy Sonder said...

These look AMAZING! Thanks for sharing, I can't wait to try the recipe!

ChalkSouthernToMe said...

We will be enjoying these soon - they look so yummy!! Xo, Stephanie