Hey all! Hope your week is off to a fantastic start. Mine certainly is!
In fact, it’s time for another round of what I ate Wednesday, this month is about sharing holiday recipes and while I don’t have any holiday recipes to share, it was still a day filled with delicious eats!
This morning started with a lovely spin class.
It definitely felt good this morning, the whole class was full so it was buzzing with energy. Afterwards my Mom and I grabbed a coffee before I had to head out for the morning.
Overnight oats with 2% greek yogurt, raw oats, banana, frozen blueberries and ground flaxseed.
Did you realize it’s exactly two weeks until Christmas! Um, I’m not ready in the slightest!
I had to eat super fast, since I had an appointment first thing this morning.
I’m horrible at eating fast, so it wasn’t too successful. I also over estimated how much time I had to leave before my appointment and ended up in quite a frenzy.
I hate being late.
Lunch after a busy morning, was based among leftover items I could find in the frige.
I ended up using the remaining millet I had cooked up a few nights ago and combined that with a bunch of leftover vegetables.
Onto the baking pan went zucchini, tempeh and cauliflower, cooked until browned in coconut oil and dill. I love dill.
I mixed the millet with the rest of the vegetables and to round out the meal, I made a dressing with 1/2 an avocado and about 1 tablespoon of nutritional yeast, thinned with some almond milk. So filling.
I sipped on a cup of gingerbread tea while we all chatted.
I didn’t have time to stretch after spin today, so I made sure to pull out my foam roller and get to stretching. Ah, so dang painful. I need to stop neglecting the foam roller, so I don’t die in pain everytime I break it out.
It’s weird because I hate regular oranges, but love Christmas oranges. Anyone else?
I also grabbed 2 pieces of vegan fudge.
My Dinner was sort of lame, nothing too out of the ordinary.
More socca! I’m highly addicted to this wonderful flour.
Socca, dill kale chips, roasted cauliflower, a little spinach and a ton of nutritional yeast clearly and avocado in the shot glass.
I got a little too excited with my sprinkling I think. I love how the nutritional yeast soaks into the socca since it’s cooked in coconut oil. Totally hit the spot.
Now, I’m about to watch The Mindy Project. Does anyone else adore that show? Mindy is kind of awesome.
I’m off to heat up some of my favorite tea and then finish the day with a snack! I’m thinking coconut milk ice cream sounds decent.
Are you a fast or slow eater?
Favorite quick breakfast when you’re in a rush?
Are you good with stretching after workouts?
Have a beautiful Wednesday!