Yesterday I decided to take a break and surprise Ryan at school with a lunch date. It’s Education Week here in Maryland and parents are welcomed into the school.
Moments before leaving for morning errands I realized that meant I would have to pack a lunch. So I grabbed a recycled to-go container (I’ll never buy tupperware again just take home leftovers from restaurants, geesh!) and stuffed it with kale for a quick salad.
I went on a date with The Husband last night and had a blast out with friends, enjoying a bit too much wine, and way to much food. All I’ll say is… MAN why is fresh Italian bread so darn good?!?
Anyway, this morning I woke up still full. This always happens when I’ve been eating mostly clean and then overindulge a bit. That one meal stays with me, and I’ve learned to wait a few hours until I actually feel hunger before eating something light. Read the rest of this post »»
I’ve been keeping a food journal on Instagram (click here to check it out) and people are starting to see my almost daily omelets. It’s true, I’m obsessed. Honestly, right now I’m really only eating 1 of 2 things in the morning, eggs or oatmeal. Both are amazingly versatile and can be prepared so many different ways, I’ll never, ever get bored.
Yesterday this idea smacked me across the face. I was looking for something to eat, noticed my huge butternut on the counter, and realized I haven’t posted a Laughing Cow Recipe idea in awhile. Then I thought…
hmpf, cheese and butternut… they go together. Right? Why not. Let’s try something different.
I ran out of Nut and Oat bars last week and missed them so much! I loved being able to grab a homemade snack out the fridge instead of something I’d regret out of the pantry.
Just a reminder, these aren’t quite “granola” bars and they aren’t cookie like. I am going to try my hand a more traditional granola soon, but in the mean time these are a tasty combo of seeds and oats in a fun portable form. They are dense, tasty, and very satisfying. Read the rest of this post »»
A few weeks ago I bought a bag of frozen raspberries and have fallen in love all over again.
I’ve used them before, in smoothies and my favorite, Dark Chocolate Raspberry Oatmeal, but then I run out and forget about their awesomeness. That is, until I catch a glimpse of them in the grocery store.
Last month I posted An Italian Pulled Chicken Sandwich Idea without much detail. It was one of those meals I just made on instinct without measuring or getting into specifics. Surprisingly the family LOVED it and I’ve made it again since with the same reaction from the boys.
This time, however, I took notes so I can share how I prepared it with a little more detail.