I started school! I can't believe that summer is truly over now that it is after Labor Day and school is back in session. Truly, I started last week, but it was only a 3 day week and it was followed by a 3 day weekend. Now, I am really back to the grind. I am still teaching Geometry and Algebra Advanced and its great because I have all my stuff from last year. Being a second year teacher instead of a first year teacher definitely has its perks. Not only do I know what I'm doing, but I also have past students saying hi to me in the hallways. I'm still exhausted, but I am having fun.
Being a teacher is exhausting, but being a teacher who is in the peak of marathon training is ridiculous. Yesterday, after teaching all day, I came home, laced up my running shoes, and went for a "short" 9 mile run. The worst part, was when I came home I was too tired to make dinner, but I was starving. So, here is a recipe that I found, loved, and had a ton of leftovers for those nights where you just don't feel like doing anything besides sleeping.
Baked Falafel with Spicy Feta Dip
Check out this blog because it is one of my favorites and this recipe is fantastic! I made a couple adaptions so here they are:
I used whole wheat flour, light feta cheese, and non-fat, plain Chobani greek yogurt. I also ended up using 5 garlic cloves because I just love garlic. Otherwise, I followed the recipe and it came out amazing. If you want to make this recipe gluten free, just use gluten free flour! I had this for dinner with a pita and for lunch on its own. Either way, the falafel is super tasty and that spicy feta dip just sends it over the top!