Oooh man, I am exhausted. I made dinner as soon as I got home from babysitting because I knew the minute my butt hit the couch all bets were off.
This morning I had to leave the house at 5:45, so last night I put together a batch of overnight oats to make things easier on myself. Used the basic recipe- nothing earth-shattering:
- 1/2 cup oats
- 1/2 cup Vanilla Almond Breeze
- 1/2 cup plain yogurt
- 1/2 sliced banana
- fresh blueberries
- sliced almonds
Both kids were busy today between 10-2, so I had a few hours to myself. I considered a walk and then saw that the temp was almost 100 already, so I headed to my parents’ for a swim instead. It was perfect- got in a nice 30 minutes workout without even breaking a sweat. In this weather, I can’t even walk from the house to the car without dripping.
After swimming, I headed home to shower, make lunch and hang out with the pug. Lunch was this Kashi frozen meal:
I don’t want to tell you about it yet, though. I’m writing an “official review” (first of the many- hopefully- blog additions) and will post it sometime tomorrow afternoon. So be on the lookout!
One frozen meal does not a lunch make- so I also had a plum and a cup of banana-fudge jello pudding, too.
Brian bought the plums at Newflower the other day and I think he forgot about them. It was actually pretty good, so shhh- don’t remind him.
You have no idea how close I was to calling Brian and suggesting that we go out for dinner. Nothing at home sounded good and I didn’t feel like cooking at ALL. But I sucked it up and put on my big girl panties. Soyrizo tacos it was.
To make these, I sauteed a chopped onion and pepper in olive oil until soft. Then I tossed in a couple handfuls of frozen hashbrown potatoes (the chunk kind, not shredded) and a link of soyrizo. In terms of spices, I didn’t really measure- but definitely included: salt, pepper, garlic salt, cumin, chili powder and some Tony Chachere’s. It kind of turned out like a Mexican hash. Brian made his into a quesadilla. I layered a couple of whole wheat tortillas with refried black beans, piled on the soyrizo mixture, then topped with Chipotle Tabasco, sour cream and salsa.
And for dessert? Homemade “trail mix”: PB Puffins, chocolate chips and raisins.
Off to watch some Ace of Cakes with Chloe and Piper! Brian’s at softball right now so we girls have the TV to ourselves.
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