Breakfast: Scrambled eggs with mushrooms, spinach, avocado, and salsa! Accompanied with monkey salad and a big glass of water and black coffee!! Lunch: Spinach, chicken, bell peppers, tomatoes, avocados and some carrots Dinner: Taco salad Read more →
Breakfast: Oat-free oatmeal 🙂 AGAIN!!! Lunch: Egg in a mug (it was a real beauty) Dinner: Went out with the family and ordered rosemary salmon with red potatoes and other veggies (mostly squash and zucchini) **The trick to eating out while doing the Whole30 is planning ahead!! Read more →
Breakfast: Oat-free oatmeal 🙂 Lunch: The go-to salad: lettuce, chicken, avocado, salsa, bell peppers Dinner: Chipotle!! I didn’t take a pic, but I had a salad (no beans or rice) with chicken, guacamole, mild and medium salsa, and extra lettuce. Read more →
Breakfast: Egg in a mug…again…don’t worry, something new coming soon! Lunch: Spinach salad with bluebs and almonds. Turkey roll-ups with yellow mustard (hiding on the inside). And of course some carrots!Dinner: Eggs in pasta sauce! 2 eggs Whole30 approved pasta sauce Water Bring pasta sauce mixed with a little water to a simmer on stove. Crack eggs into pasta sauce and let… Read more →
Breakfast: Of course I had my bacon-wrapped egg muffin leftovers. 😉 Lunch: Spinach, bell peppers, tomatoes, olives, chicken and a side of baby carrots. 🙂 + my trusty snack of raisins and almonds! Dinner: I had a big dinner of red potatoes, salad, and chicken sausage! Red potatoes —> chop them up, put them in microwave-safe container and microwave for 3-5 minutes.… Read more →
After yesterday’s evening of prepping, I thought, “why not do a post on prepping?” so…here we are.
Yesterday, I went to the store because I needed to get a couple random things to make it through the week (let’s be real, I’ll be back there before the end of the week) and when I got home, I took the time to get things ready and organized in order to make it easier for me when I’m tired or in a rush.
First thing I did was wash my new fruits and veggies – bell peppers, grapes, raspberries, and bluebs.Next, I took ALL the grapes off of the stems (see pic ^)…yes, this sounds like a pain but think how nice it would be to just reach into your fridge and grab some grapes and not have to deal with those disastrous stems – I don’t know about you guys but when I try to rush the process with grapes on stems, it usually results in grapes falling to the ground…so this should help cut back on that.
Cutting up your peppers and putting them in baggies is always the way to go. I have had peppers go bad because I took too long to cut them up…when you have the time, just cut them up. When they’re cut up and in baggies they are perfect for snacking and adding to salads and omelets.
Lastly, I threw some of those grapes into a baggy to put in the freezer for a refreshing snack. I also broke up a few bananas and put them in the freezer as well, because you can never go wrong with having frozen bananas on hand. 😉
You eat things when they are easy and convenient, so why not take the time to make your healthy foods easy and convenient?