I've got 2 words for you - GOAT YOGA! I've heard about it for years but never actually considered participating in the experience. 🐐 I mean, the concept is hilarious but I have a hard enough time staying balanced in bear pose without a goat standing on my back. 😅 But, my daughter did the research, found a local yoga class and somehow managed to convince me to sign up. Goats and yoga - what could go wrong?
I've taken a lot of different yoga classes over the years and I can say with certainty that I have never taken one where giggling, snacking and taking pictures was encouraged. 🤳🏻 Goat yoga was unlike anything that I've done before but I had a blast. If you ever get the opportunity to participate in one of these classes - I highly recommend it. It's unforGOATable. 🤣
This is my take away from our goat yoga experience. Goats are adorable, curious, fun and spunky little creatures that will eat absolutely anything. (Earrings, loose t-shirts and pony tails seemed to be favorite snacks. 🤣 ) Nothing against the food preferences of a goat but my tastes are just a bit more discriminating. How was that for a baa-aad transition to a recipe? 😂
It took me a long time to jump on the gnocchi bandwagon. It's just not something that I grew up eating. But since learning about how easy it is to prepare and how much my family enjoys it - I'm fully on board. This Baked Gnocchi with Broccoli checks off all the boxes for a great weeknight meal. It comes together in under 30 minutes, it's super tasty, it freezes well so you can make it ahead of time AND - it's got vegetables in it!!! 😂 🥦 ✓✓✓✓
Baked Gnocchi with Broccoli
1 pound gnocchi
3 cups broccoli, florets roughly chopped
1 cup chicken stock
4 oz cream cheese
2 cups mozzarella cheese, shredded
1/2 tsp red pepper flakes (optional)
Bake 15 minutes at 400.
Sprinkle with red pepper flakes and serve.
Don't worry - you GOAT this. (okay, I'm done now.)
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