Who’d a thunk? Cooking up this savory lunch was actually quite simple! You can buy everything presliced to save even more time, but I like to slice my own food. My Fajita Burrito took all of 20 minutes to prepare. I can’t share a recipe because I didn’t follow one myself. I looked over a few different ideas on the internet and decided to wing it. I will say that the cayenne pepper was a nice touch! Would it be wrong to have a smaller serving as a bedtime snack? 😀
It felt great to cook something like this myself and eat at home for a fraction of the cost of a restaurant meal. I’ve been wanting to get back to this for a long time, but I’ve been procrastinating because the mere thought of the planning process is overwhelming. The savings alone is a wonderful motivator, though. The health benefits – yet another motivator! And it doesn’t hurt that I actually enjoy cooking.
Now, if I can just get my family on board with trying more things!