Another WIAW post for ye today. Since I work on Wednesdays I thought I’d share what I ate yesterday today, since that’s legit I’m sure, and no-one wants to see my terrible phone quality camera snaps since I don’t carry my snazz camera to work :pBefore we get started, it has become clear that not everyone who subscribes via Facebook is getting all my posts! The best is, of course, to subscribe via email (in the column on the right hand side of this website) and to check that I haven’t ended up in your spam folder. If you like Facebook updates, then please check the following:
It’s just a little something I want to add to posts that Man-thing has really, truly enjoyed and given the go ahead for his public approval, which from him is a big deal, since I could not have a fussier (but darling) husband! ❤ 😀 I take him as the general standard for “normal” people, so if it’s Man-thing approved you know your crazy uncle omnivore uncle or colleagues at a work function won’t really bat an eyelash if you offer it up but will (hopefully) instead be quite delighted. Yay!
Anyway, onto the eats!
Breakfast: 1 banana, 1 cup icy water, 1/3 large cucumber, sliced and frozen, 2 TBSP soy protein powder, spices and NuNaturals Cherry Vanilla drops. 1 TBSP hemp seeds, 1 TBSP brown rice puffs and a drizzle prune purée. This was much more watery than my usual smoothie bowls that has zucchini and pumpkin to pump it up, but I figured I was going to be at home on my butt all day anyway, so no need for the extra business.
Lunchtime: 2 roasted radishes, 1/4 baked monster zucchini filled with 2 TBSP salsa, 1 TBSP hummus, 1 TBSP avocado, 1 TBSP artichokes, a few slices roasted baby marrows, 2 roasted carrots, spinach and beetroot slivers. This really was a delicious and easy meal – roasting galore! The flesh of the roasted zucchini was super soft so I scooped it up with all the other goodies and left the skin (even though I sometimes chow that as well. Yum.Post-lunch dessert: diabetic friendly + vegan jelly with NuNaturals cocoa mint syrup (it tastes better than it looks, promise)Also half a little nibble of a recipe that’s coming your way soon!16h00ish snacks: 2 TBSP soy powder + 1/3 cup soy milk + 1 tsp prune purée + 2 slices of bananas, 1 small bowl tupperware with lettuce and cucumbers + some sundried tomatoes Dinner: 1/2 bowl zucchini soup, spinach hiding underneath + 1/4 cup green lentils + saladDessert: 1 guava, flat green beans + soy milk warmed up with cinnamon and 1/4 cup sliced frozen bananas (hidden) + 1/2 cucumber And there you have it… except not. Can you believe all that food was under 1,200kcal? I sometimes calorie count to make sure my protein and what not is up to scratch, so I may have made up for the deficit at 22h00 with three low-cal cookies that went undocumented. It’s no secret that I’m a bit of a glutton I guess! :p