Monday, April 15, 2013

Breakfast!! Success!!

It finally happened! Breakfast!!  I managed to eat this, and with only being a little nauseous, I'm calling this a great success!  Added bonus?  I think this breakfast is totally soy free!

In the bowl:
1/2 c (dry) oats [not instant] & 3/4 c Almond Breeze Almond Coconut Milk
1 medium banana, sliced
1/2 c Amande Plain Yogurt

Directions:Cooked the oats & milk per package instructions.  Let it cool a little, then slice bananas over the top, and spoon on the yogurt.  Enjoy!  It's best in layers; if you mix it together, the yogurt gets hot.. gross.

Nutritional breakdown:
Calories:  380
Carbs:  72g
Fat:  10g
Protein:  9g

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Friday, April 12, 2013

Mushroom Wrap

I could eat this three meals a day, and it's a great way to use up veggies!  I generally saute whatever I have in the fridge to al dente, put hummus in a wrap, layer on the warm veggies, top with kale, spinach, lettuce.. whatever leafy green I happen to have (in this case, it was baby kale), wrap it up, and demolish it!

This particular wrap has red pepper hummus, sauteed baby portobellos, mini sweet peppers, and kale.  Two of these are only 288 calories, with 47g of carbohydrates, 5g of fat, 13g of protein.
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Sunday, April 7, 2013


This is delicious.  The "burger" is a Simple Truth Meatless Crispy Patty on a sandwich thin with lettuce and cherry barbecue sauce.  The fries were new to us, and more of a formed/pressed potato product.  The sprouts are Jennifer McCann's Best Brussel Sprouts recipe from Vegan Lunchbox.  All together, it was 592 calories, 75g of carbs, 26g of fat, 24g of protein.  Kind of a high cal meal, and I definitely could have made better potato choices, but tasty and indulgent nonetheless.  =]

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