Wednesday, March 6, 2013

What I Ate Today.

This morning I woke up feeling extra creative so I played around with a pancake recipe and let me just tell you...I'm extremely proud of the outcome! :) Not only were the pancakes delicious but it was like my first official recipe for me to make up that I actually really liked lol. I'm all about using ingredients that are as practical as possible and this recipe is definitely just that.

What you'll need:

  • 1/2 cup Old Fashion Rolled Oats (crumble until it looks powdery; I just used my hands)
  • 1 apple (thinly chopped)
  • 1 banana (mashed)
  • 1 egg & 1 egg white
  • As much Cinnamon that your little heart desires ;)
What you'll do:
  1. In a medium sized bowl mix all ingredients together.
  2. Place batter on a lightly greased skillet.
  3. Cook until brown on each side.
  4. Think to yourself..."Wow, that was easy."
It should make about 6 small-medium sized pancakes.
I added a little bit of honey to the top of mine, but it would also be really good with melted pb!

They're really filling, I ate three and was full!
Nutrition Info. for 3 pancakes
Calories: 238
Fat: 4g
Protein: 6g
Fiber: 6g

For lunch today I had leftover chicken salad my mom made for dinner last night. It was sooo good and light, but I unfortunately don't have the recipe. But, I do have a little cutting calorie tip for you. Remember when you were a child and you were taught to "Just Say No," well use that lesson you learned and "Just Say NO" to that dang croissant when it's calling your name. Grab a lettuce leaf instead, you'll cut so many unnecessary calories! I suggest doing this with any type of sandwich you eat. 
Oh and I can't forget these little guys.. 
Snow peas are my new fav veggie :)

Tonight I had a salad from my favorite place ever, Jason's Deli. I usually don't eat meat everyday and on days that I do I only eat it once. I had chicken salad for lunch so dinner is all clean eatin veggies!
Doesn't it look just so good!?

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