Another WIAW already? That's definitely a good thing, but the way the time is flying by these weeks will never cease to amaze me. I guess that's just even more reason to enjoy every moment of it. So let's take advantage of today and share some delicious eats!
Apple + green tea as always followed by peanut butter protein baked oatmeal. Doesn't that sound quite yummy? It was, it really was. And lucky you get the recipe. Don't expect this to be the last baked oatmeal from me either. Baked oatmeal Sunday is quickly becoming a tradition at my house. Do yourself a favor and join in on the deliciousness, okay?
½ cup oats
2 tbsp peanut flour
¼ tsp cinnamon
¼ tsp baking powder
5 drops vanilla stevia or other sweetener to taste (if using another sweetener, maybe add a splash of vanilla)
1 tbsp peanut butter
¼ cup almond milk
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
Stir together the oats, peanut flour, cinnamon, and baking powder.
Stir in the remaining ingredients.
Pour into a greased ramekin, and bake in the preheated oven for about 30 minutes.
I needed something to refresh myself before heading out to ride my horse so after a few minutes of lying on my floor, put out by excitement (read: too tired from running to stand. How do some of you run ten miles?!), I munched on some kale chips and fresh berries. Just what I needed! It was a gorgeous day, and after a nice ride, I came in ready for...
It was a similar theme as lunch from last week, but tasted completely different (and oh so tasty) with just a few modifications.
I spent most of the rest of the afternoon spraying weeds, but I did take a break to make Brittany's Energy Bites....
After several hours of spraying, it was time for a trip to the grocery store, aka the best store to shop at ever. I picked up some of these after hearing Sam talk about how good they were.
Another panini. With a mass of broccoli + a boatload of honey mustard. My mom thinks I need to see the doctor about my broccoli obsession. I go through almost a head and a half of it a day... even my brother asked how I could eat so much of it and not get tired of it. It's a fair question, but unfortunately even I am baffled as to how I can eat so much broccoli.
Do you run? If so, do you use some kind of tracking app or a garmin to track your time?
Ever tried Pretzel M&Ms? If that's a no, make it a yes asap. ;-)
Have a lovely day everyone!