Tonight I made a quick, light dinner after all the hair drama went down!! I reheated a slice of the Leek and Pancetta Quiche I made a couple weeks ago and froze individual slices. Let me just tell you…..it reheated wonderfully!! I popped a slice into a 350 degree oven and let it warm up for about 15-20 minutes. The crust got all crispy and golden again and the filling was hot and cheesy and wonderful. Def. a must make! I also had a salad and a small glass of wine.
Then…..about an hour later I broke into the cookies! I found these cookies I LOVED to eat in Paris here at my local grocery store, so of course I had to buy some! They are just little butter biscuits dipped in extra dark chocolate. Aka heaven on earth. I had two of them with a cup of peppermint tea for the most perfect dessert!
Tomorrow marks my first day of Hospitality class. For three weeks I’ll have this one class from 10:00-1:00 every day. Then……..baking starts on february 18th! I already have the countdown going on my calender in my room! I’m sure hospitality class won’t be the most exciting after coming from baking delicious desserts everyday, but its a core class and I have to do it to graduate. Its going to be more like a regular college class—having homework, writing papers, reading…..I miss college so this might be nostalgic! Actually, my roommate and I were just whining about how much we miss college and could go shopping and do whatever we wanted on a whim. I was so eager to graduate I busted my butt taking 18-19 credits a semester just to get into the real world. And girls let me tell you, the real world is not that fun. Or at least it doesn’t seem like it will be that much fun (when I have mega loans to pay back!!). ENJOY COLLEGE WHILE YOU CAN!!!!! Thats the moral of the story!
My dinner (quiche + wine + salad) was about 550 calories. Dessert (2 of these cookies) was 130. Seriously–try to find these cookies, they are amazing!!!! You really are satisfied with only eating two because they are so rich and buttery!
ps—the roommate posted her chicken sloppy joe concoction! Find it in last night’s dinner post 🙂 Enjoy!