As always, my Iphone pics of my food are typically terrible. And as always, no aspirations to become a food blogger here so as always, #donthateme,iloveyou.
Spark/ Rehydrate/ Catalyst at 5 a.m.
15 min. warm up on the ArcTrainer, followed by an hour of hot power yoga. My shoulders are already barking as a result of the 5 zillion chaturanga's that went down. Sweet Francis.
If you follow me on the #Insta, you know it was legit snowing when I left the gym. Wahhhh! All I could think about was my fabulous hot apple/ peanut butter oatmeal I was gonna kill when I got home.
1 packet of Oat Fit Cinnamon oatmeal. 1/2 chopped Honeycrisp apple ($$$$), and a cinnamon sprinkle or two. I ate the other half of the Honeycrisp while this cooked. Primarily because I can't be wasting million dollar apple halves. I ended up microwaving this for about 90 seconds, added more cinnamon, as usual, and topped with a blob of nati peanut butter. Oh Mylanta. Perfect breakfy for this morning.
I also had 3 Omegaplex and a Biocharge. Loving this combo for my decrepit knees, amongst other things.
I then had one more dip in the PB jar. Primarily because I can't help it. Not because I was hungry.
Late morning, I had one of my Simple Truth bars. Still loving these.
And a late lunch, which WASN'T Schwarma. I know! However, it was a Greek chicken salad. Does anyone else think I am legit incapable of going one day without a Greek or Mexican food item? I'm really starting to wonder.
I've always loved this salad from Greek Express. Super easy and quick in a pinch.
And an unpictured Spark and 3 more Catalyst.
Around 4:30, I busted out my favorite Muscle Gain/ Almond Milk shake. With a side of #Runnderdog's tail.
And dinner. It's not pretty but it was delish! And dancing in Srihracha, which is always what I'm going for.
Caramelized Onion Pork Chops
Baked Sweet Potato
3 more Omegaplex
For the pork chops, I used this super easy recipe. Not bad. I didn't love it but I would definitely eat it again. For 5 minutes of prep time, I'll take it.
I kind of made up the mash on the fly. I basically steamed the cauliflower for about 10 minutes in a steamer and boiling pan of water. I removed from steam, drained water, and added almond milk, a little sour cream, parsley, chives, oregano, sea salt, and black pepper. I blended on high with the mixer and it came out with texture and not completely creamy, which is exactly what I was going for. This was definitely the star of dinner. Delish.
And of course, the standard baked sweet potato, which I promptly dip every bite into this pool of Sirahcha. It's the right thing to do.
I will also take Nighttime Recovery and another Rehydrate before bed as a result of all of my shenanigans lately. Just haven't made it far enough for a pic.
There you have it! Another riveting edition of WIAW.
Stay tuned tomorrow for Thursday Thoughts! I know! It's been a hot second!