Hey lovelies! Who's eating all the yumtastical thangs?
I'm recovering from being sick this past weekend, so I haven't been my normal hunger beast self. It's kind of weird.
Breakfast was my usual Blueberry Cacao Smoothie with Vega and spirulina (no dates) all prepped and ready to go thanks to my beloved freezer smoothie packs. I didn't have time to eat it in a bowl with toppings, so I slurped it out of a lovely Alchemy cup.
P.S. If you're in the market for a new planner, I adore this one!
I sipped on coffee with soy milk while I picked up our bulk nut butters from Krema. Obviously I sampled my favorite salt and pepper cashews and rosemary almonds. To die for is an understatement.
Lunch was leftovers of a variation of this Copycat Northstar Buddha Bowl (hello, three year old recipe) with chickpeas, broccoli, carrots, and an easy peasy peanut sauce all drizzled with copious amounts of this new Fix hot sauce that I'm obsessing over. I'll be sharing the recipe next week! I also had a Kombucha because we know how much I love it lately.
On the side I had celery and peppers with Oasis roasted garlic hummus and a sliced organic Fuji apple. I always tell my clients to chop their veggies ahead of time for grab-and-go appeal and low and behold, it actually works! I try to practice what I preach, my friends. Smoothie bags and pre-chopped veggies for the win!
For snack, I had a couple No-bake Carrot Cake Protein Bars that I pulled from the freezer in the morning when I packed my lunch.
I ate dinner at Harvest PIzzeria with my gal pal Lauren. It's a two minute walk from my apartment, which is super dreamy! One of the main reasons I love living in German Village is being in such close proximity to so many eateries I adore, like Harvest, Stauf's Coffee, and Alchemy.
Since we both have an uncanny ability to turn almost everything into a veggie fest, our identical order was no surprise. We always get the house chop salad with no cheese and extra kale along with the veggie pizza with no cheese and extra veggies. It's been a while since I've had cheese on pizza and I swear I don't miss it one bit. I like pizza just as much as the next person, so I know a cheese-less pizza sounds all kinds of crazy. BUT, but... as long as the crust and sauce are on point, I promise it's still amazing! I have been known for asking for extra sauce on the side.