I am ALWAYS being asked what I eat in a day – I should do these food journal posts more often! 😉
Black Coffee + Overnight Oats
My overnight oats my be ugly but they sure were tasty!
I measured 1/3 cup of quick cook steel cut oats, 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk, 1 scoop of vanilla protein powder (half a serving) and a sprinkle of cinnamon. I mixed it all up and placed it in the fridge over night. This morning I stirred it together and added a splash more almond milk.
If I don’t add protein powder, I will add a teaspoon of nut butter and a splash of honey or maple syrup.
Raw Kale Salad! I LOVE raw kale salads!
I use my original Raw Kale Salad recipe but I will change it up every time! This time I added cayenne pepper, red onion, cherry tomatoes and dried cranberries. Yum!!! Can you believe this was an entire bag of Organic Tuscan Kale from Trader Joes? I almost ate this entire salad for lunch! This is a good reminder for those that are going to make a raw kale salad – the kale shrinks down!
I was pretty hungry before dinner (5:00) so I started noshing on my quinoa veggie patties I made a few night back. I topped them with some edamame hummus (YUM!).
I ended up eat two while I cooked some turkey patties and rice and I became full! Woops! So I gave Jordan his portion of dinner and saved the rest for tomorrow!
Now I am settling in on the couch with a hot cup of coffee and watching the Seahawks game with Jordan! 🙂
2 thoughts on “Food Journal 10.28.13”
I would love to see more food posts and recipes!! I am VERY new to clean eating and 12 weeks pregnant so the more recipes the better!!
Love the food journal post! It always helps to see what others are eating so I don’t get tired of eating the same things.
I make my overnight oats the same, but love adding cinnamon and banana. I also add a little non fat greek yogurt to up the protein. I’ll put half the almond milk at night and the other half in the morning to loosen it up a little while heating it up, can’t handle cold oats. This is a regular breakfast when we are camping in our RV, a lot less cooking! I make enough for 3 days at a time.