Good evening! I hope you have had a lovely Tuesday 🙂
For some reason, Tuesdays have been especially hard for me this month. I’m rearing and ready to go on Mondays, and then I crash by the time Tuesday rolls around. Oh, well! After I type this baby up, it’s off to bed for me!
I started today off with some Peanut Butter Chocolate Oats. Hard to start the day off on a bad foot when you have PBO’s for breakfast!
- 1/3 cup oats
- 1/2 cup almond milk
- 1 banana
- 1 scoop chocolate protein
- 1 Tbsp chia seeds
- 1 Tbsp peanut butter
Mix it all together. Nuke for 2 minutos. Eat. Smile :) Delish!
At lunch I ate an unpictured vegetarian beef burrito with a side of Chobani’s Pomegranate Greek yogurt (I know… kind of a weird combo!)
I have been wanting to try this brand of Greek yogurt for a while after reading that it is all natural and contains twice the amount of protein as regular yogurt. Martin’s had them on sale last Friday for 10/$10. Perfect!
You should definitely check out the Chobani website. The have tons of recipes (which I cannot wait to try!) coupons, and info about their amazingly beautiful farm in upstate New York.
It was dinner; however, that takes center stage.
It was an equation of
I simply took the mixture from vegetarian halupkies, sliced off the caps of 3 large green peppers, scooped out the seeds, and filled them with the veggie-bulgar mixture. I then sprayed the green pepper shells with EVOO and baked the stuffed peppers for about 15-20 minutes at 450 degrees until I could easily poke a fork through the side.
And viola! A simple, nutritious, and delicious Tuesday evening dinner.
Well, simple until it was time to devour. Larry and I debated the proper way to eat a pepper.
Larry went for the four way cross cut pepper pickin’.
I opted for the bi-cut smushed down method.
Do you know the proper way to eat a pepper?