Monday, January 21, 2013

Meals for day 10, 11, 12

Oh boy, do I have some catching up to do! It has been one of those weekends where I was constantly busy, but not sure exactly what  I was busy doing.
While I still have 44 more days to go, I have to say that the last week has been pretty painless. With preparation and keeping my mind busy on other things, time is flying. Let's see if I am still singing this tune in about 20 days.
I plan to do another post on Week 2, but for now, here are the meals for the last 3 days.

Day 10
Breakfast: 
It doesn't look pretty, but it is pretty darn tasty. Eggs scrambled with mushrooms, spinach, bacon and salsa.

Lunch: 

Left over chili! This just gets better each day. So glad I made enough to eat throughout the week. (See  Sasha's cameo!)

Dinner

This picture doesn't do the bowl size justice, but this is a very LARGE bowl of kale dressed with lemon, olive oil and coconut aminos.

Snacks:
Apple with almond butter for morning snack and banana after dinner.

Day 11
Breakfast: 
I didn't work out until 9:30, so needed a pre-work out snack.  A banana with almond butter and side of mixed nuts.


And again, a mess of scrambled eggs, with bacon, mushrooms, spinach, and salsa. Lots of protein goodness!


Lunch: 


Kale salad with chicken, almonds, dried cranberries, and cherry tomatoes dressed with olive oil. And my new obsession: raspberry flavored seltzer water.

Dinner: 

Whole30 potluck!! Woohoo! A few of the nutrition program participants got together to watch some hockey and eat some compliant food. Such a great idea! I took this picture about half way through my meal, so please excuse the mess.  This plate did have some roasted chicken wings, a spicy ground beef, sautéed bell peppers and onions, a crab meat stuffed mushroom, and garlic kale salad. Not pictured are the seconds I helped myself to!

Day 12: 
Breakfast: 

Bringing back an old favorite: bacon, eggs, and sweet potatoes. The perfect warm breakfast after a cool, winter morning run!

Lunch: 
Lamb kabob and salad dressed in vinegar and oil dresses. (I had to throw out the feta topping)

Dinner: 
This is a bad picture, but the food was delicious! This was some ground beef cooked in coconut milk, cauliflower, and sweet potatoes sprinkled with lots of curry powder.  This was a bowl of comfort! So good! I had two bowls before taking off for a cocktail party which was excellent planning on my part. No temptation to sneak a bite of all the fried appetizers floating around. 

Bring on week 3! 

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