Boy packing up winter clothes is so much fluffier than summer. We have a 45 pound suitcase we’re sharing!
This was the second time I made a smoothie to take with me to Thursday night class and it was the second time it held me over perfectly. Something about coating the stomach with liquid must do the trick. I drank it at 5PM and by my 8:30PM arrival home I was perfectly hungry for dinner made by Matt.
- 1 banana
- 1 cup skim milk
- 1/2 packet Vega berry flavor
- Handful ice
- 1 tbsp chia
- ~3 tbsp cottage cheese (using up the last of the Daisy shipment!)
I arrived home to a smiling husband and veggie mac!
A box of Annie’s White Cheddar (thanks Danica!) sprinkled with a few leftover cheese pieces and sriratcha
And a mixture of sauteed kale and frozen sugar snap peas
As part of Operation Bar Stash Reduction I packed a bunch for our trip. I found two You Bars at the bottom of my basket and realized they were expired Not wanting to bite into a bad bar when I really needed it, I broke into them just for taste test purposes.
An O-Bar was disgusting and went right in the trash.
This Cashew one was strange – it had the consistency of a protein bar of sorts but a nice honey aroma. I wasn’t a big fan though. After we both tasted it, it also was tossed.
And this Jason’s Bar was all tart fruit – which I do not care for in bars. Had a little nibble –
And that’s that!
One side has these built in hollows so you can chop veggies or assemble a fruit and cheese platter and serve on the same board.
The other side is all cutting board.
Both boards come out so you can also serve on a thin board too. I can already see these as pretty KERF lunch plates and/or our Thanksgiving Day appetizer platter. Would make a great gift for a foodie as well.
Can’t WAIT for my Smoothie In A Cup!! And to breathe the Western air for the first time. Our flight is at 7:50 so we’re getting up at 5AM. Since the Charlotte airport is super cool, I’ll blog when I get there!