I saw some eggs on another blog and got a craving for them, so we had them today with a tbsp of Parmesan cheese melted in and a slice of sharp cheddar on top. Yum! I actually prefer eggs for dinner (omelets and frittatas) but it’s nice to have them for breakfast every now and then.
We had one serving of baked oatmeal left and split it. When we got back from the gym, I put it in a 325* oven for the time it took us to shower and dress – probably about 25 minutes once we made the rest of breakfast too. I have to say, I think it might have been better today than yesterday!!! The extra baking dried it out a bit and gave it more of a crust. Next time I make it I might cook it a bit longer to get this effect. But this makes a VERY easy re-heatable breakfast! I’m not sure it would be as good in the microwave, but I’m sure it would still be a great option for on-the-goers. I drizzled a bit of maple syrup on mine –
The last bite of my whole breakfast was the best – a big plump banana marshmallow 🙂
I love kiwi!!
All together with hot lavender tea –
Breakfast was about 420 kcal, 6 grams fiber and 30 grams protein. More protein and less fiber than usual. We’ll see how my stomach takes it!
Great workout this morning. Stairmaster with Real Simple plus 15 on the stat bike and some upper body lifting. Before I left I had half a potato bun with AB. This batch of potato buns aren’t as doughy 🙁
After lots of special occasion meals and meals out I was looking forward to a homemade lunch, but then I got an invitation to go Uptown to meet the husband and his mom at this great place we’ve been wanting to try: Sonoma Modern Kitchen. I couldn’t say no!
I am off to write a 12 page paper on malnutrition and breastfeeding in Niger today. I WILL get it done!!
Oh, and the Costco Eco-friendly laundry detergent SUCKS. I could still smell sweat in our gym clothes after TWO loads. Ugggg. The husband threw out the receipt too so we can’t return it. I guess I’ll take it to GoodWill.