It’s a rainy start to the morning here in Portland, but have no fear…
PB is here! Making days better one chunky filled spoonful at a time.
In other news, here’s a day full of WIAW eats for ya.
The day started out with the stickiest bowl of Proats. Seriously. It was like eating dry cookie dough. On the flipside, it was outrageously filling.
1/2 cup oats // 1 scoop Nature’s Food Chocolate Protein Powder // 1 tsp chia seeds // 1 tbsp pb // splash almond milk
I started teaching my first nutrition lessons to the kiddos during the summer, so I knew lunch was gunna be late. Some homemade protein oat bites did the trick.
After a hectic afternoon of summer meals, and sampling some cherries and snap peas, I dug into lunch as soon as I got back to the office. It was all gone in roughly 5 seconds. Give or take a millisecond or two, but I’m not perfect.
Tuna wrap // red pepper strips with vegetarian pate // watermelon
After seeing Megan’s post about Pizza Stir Fry, I knew I needed to try it immediately. I added some ground turkey for some added protein, and topped with sharp cheddar. I mean it is pizza after all 😉
Definitely delicious. Definitely cannot tolerate cabbage. My stomach felt like it was ready to give birth to a set of cabbage patch twins.
You know I needed something sweet afterwards before my cabbage-induced labor settled in, and watermelon it was.
Note to self: Buying a 15 lb watermelon for one person is the best way to get burnt out of the summer’s best fruit in a week.
After a late night (as in 7PM) yoga sesh, I attempted the renowned Beltsander Brownie, but with my vegan protein powder. FAIL.
It ended up more like a warm chocolate mousse, which all in all wasn’t so awful. As long as it contains chocolate and peanut butter, it’s a go.
Thanks to miss Jenn & friends for hosting!
Make it a great day!
What food are you burnt out on?
What’s the weather like where you’re from?