Well, that was way off topic. Tonight I'm starting with a dinner option, Avocado pasta. Avocado's are a great source of unsaturated fat, fiber, potassium, and vitamins c and k. I ate my first avocado at 26 years old and now I'm in love with them. So here is another option for you to use on your pasta instead of spaghetti sauce http://www.blissfulbblog.com/blog/2012/2/16/blissful-eats-with-tina-jeffers-creamy-avocado-pasta.html just omit the cheese.
Next up comes a recipe from Caroline at gratefulfoodie. If you haven't checked out her blog you really should. Read her post on being blasted in the face by peanuts when you have a few minutes. I was horrified and laughing at the same time. She is quite a writer, and managed to get a serious message across without any negativity. I wish I could make a serious point without sounding accusatory, but I'm not so great with words. Anyways, last week she posed a recipe for soynut butter squares, using WOW Butter, and you all know by now that it is my favorite. So here it is.http://www.gratefulfoodie.com/you-need-this-veganpeanut-and-tree-nut-free-soynut-butter-recipe/
Finally is a banana s'mores recipe. I remember one of my friends made a version of this for her milk, egg, and nut allergic son and it was a hit. If I remember correctly, she used teddy grahams. http://quick-dish.tablespoon.com/2011/08/24/grilled-chocolate-banana-melts/