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Cheerios & Burritos 1/5/16

Ok, so the honey bee is really really cute as Darth Vader...1st and foremost! lol


#2 I got another droid viewer! Yes, I am still a big kid...kinda [I got this old lady thing going on too but we'll talk about that another day! :-D ]
Almost forgot this was breakfast! Along with a banana and almond milk. 


Lunch is not shown, I had just gotten back from the dentist I wasn't feeling the best so I didn't take any pics. I had a sandwich and chips. My mouth was still numb so it was a little weird. 
ANYWAY!..... Let me tell you about DINNER!!! (last night)
The Lil Chef wanted taco salad and God do I get tired of it so I try to jazz it up (I made it into a Burrito.) Now the last time we had it I did something similar but it wasn't like this and definitely didn't taste like this!!!!!
This tasted like a real version of what I THINK Taco Bell is supposed to taste like. The ONLY thing that would have made this completely out of sight was beans. I was totally missing the bean taste and texture. I won't be so hesitant the next time the little one asks for taco salad. 

This is: Spicy Guacamole from Aldi, 0% Chobani plain Greek Yogurt, corn chips from Aldi, mild Pico de Gallo from Walmart, taco flavored ground turkey (ground turkey from Aldi), shredded lettuce from Walmart, and hand shredded by Moi... Cabot Seriously Sharp LF Cheddar Cheese! from Walmart

(The Lil Chef and I agreed this could be done for a sleepover, taco party, girls' night, misc. get together, yada)


Everything put together on a GF wrap from Aldi ( Live G Free)


SO SO SO GOOD!!!!

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