(Recipe at the bottom of post)
I was CRAVING some oats this morning – thanks bloggers! I swear everyone had oats today, so I jumped on the band wagon.
Organic oats + gala apples + cinnamon + maple syrup + dried cranberries + PB. For some reason the apples tasted funny in the mix. I was dissapointed =(
Lunch was leftover pizza
And PEAS! I love peas! Yes, straight from the can. =)
Dessert – currant’s are so delicate!
I also made some homemade croutons from a half of a French baguette – they turned out beautifully! I will post the recipe below.
J and I made yet another trip to the fabric store. I swear it’s like being in a candy store for me. They were having a HUGE sale on children’s flannel so I have some fun projects coming up!
I stopped by Starbucks and picked up a soy chai latte, then came home and had an apple with cinnamon.
I was looking forward some gym time tonight so I quickly at a half of a sprouted bagel with some almond butter on it – this was a great pre-workout snack!
I did 4.5 miles in 46 minutes including a 4 minute warm up, and I did some interval work on the stairs at level 15! I cannot believe how strong my legs are! Level 15 is INTENSE and pretty dang hard. Way to go legs!
I was watching The Biggest Loser at the gym, too. I would LOVE to train with the Olympians!
I made sure I got home before the very end. I quickly emptied out my veggie drawer and started chopping.
I was craving a huge salad so a HUGE salad I got!
Believe me, it tasted much better than the picture!
Romaine + basil + carrots + avocado + artichoke hearts + great northern beans + peas + red onion + Amy’s Goddess Dressing + black pepper. I noticed that I had a pretty carby day today so this was a great balance to end the day.
Any one surprised the Mellissa went home? I cannot understand how she has managed to have 3 BAD weeks! First it was +1, then it was –1, then tonight it was another +1. How? Although I must admit she looks great in her comparison picture that they showed at the end; but I still do not understand!
- stale French bread
- olive oil
- garlic powder, Italian seasoning or any spice of your choice
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Cut the bread into bite size cubes. It’s easiest to take all of the bread pieces and put in a large bowl, drizzle oil to coat and toss with your hands. Put the croutons on a cookie sheet, sprinkle your seasoning(s) of choice on them and back for 10 minutes.
They should be hard and golden brown – cool and enjoy!