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sunday eats

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Today has been a great day!  We got up and went for another 3 mile run this morning, which felt great.  I think I finally got my mojo back.  I like it:)  Plus, I randomly decided to read our marathon race recap (we’re coming up on the 1 year anniversary!), which of course made me want to go out and run one tomorrow.  haha.

Breakfast this morning was 1/3 cup of oats cooked in 3/4 cup water, 1/3 cup soy yogurt, 1 tbsp natural peanut butter and some strawberries.  Yum!

Unfortunately our run went a little long this morning (and we got a late start…oops!), so by the time we got ready for church we were about 20 minutes late.  We just decided to download one of our pastor’s sermons and listen to it at home instead – dress and all!

I started getting hungry for lunch a few hours later, and I just couldn’t decide on anything.  This happens to me quite often – I just can’t decide on a meal so I end up just eating something random.  It hit the spot though, and held me over for a couple of hours.

I went with baked sweet potato rounds, seasoned with ground red pepper (of course!), garlic powder and Mrs. Dash salt free seasoning.  I also mixed up some humnut sauce (1.5 tbsp nutritional yeast + 1 tbsp hummus + water) for dipping and a some protein.

Later I snacked on an ezekiel english muffin with a slather of natural peanut butter to get me through until dinner.

I can never resist hot carbs with nut butter!

Today was a little low on veggies, but a Chipolte salad came through and saved the day for dinner.  I forgot to grab the camera on the way out the door, sorry!  My salad was stock full of romaine, fajita veggies, black beans, pico, salsa verde and guacamole!  If you have a Chipolte near you, you must try this salad.  The veggie tacos are awesome as well!

I’m off to finish watching Amazing Race and then hit the sack!  Have a great Monday!

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3 Responses to “sunday eats”

  1. Oohh, love the idea of humnut as dipping for the sweet potatoes. Sounds like you spice yours up similarly to what I do. I don’t like them sweet so I add heat to mine. YUM.

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  2. Elyse says:

    Those sweet potato rounds look AMAZING!

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  3. Jessy says:

    I never thought of adding peanut butter to yogurt and oats. Is it really that good?

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