Another dose of weekly eats is coming your way! Ready or not, here it is!
Top Left: Plain greek yogurt with dark chocolate CocoaVia and blueberry flax granola. I received a few flavors of CocoaVia in my last BuluBox. This was the only flavor I’ve tried so far and it was delicious! I just mixed a packet into my yogurt, but you can also mix it into smoothies, water, oatmeal, anything really. CocoaVia is supposed to help with circulation (something I desperately need) by keeping your arteries flexible.
Bottom Left: Blueberry greek yogurt with blueberry flax granola. – If you didn’t notice, I’ve been really getting into greek yogurt lately. I can’t have it every day because of my super lactose sensitivity, but every few days with two Lactaid supplements and I’m usually ok. I love how rich in protein it is!
Top Right: Lemon Zest Luna Bar. I haven’t had a Luna Bar in a while. They’re still amazing.
Middle Right: Pretzel Crisps. We had a health fair at work and one of the tables was handing out these babies. This little bag was only 50 calories. 50 calories of delicious!
Bottom Right: Crunchy Peanut Butter Builder’s Bar. I’d never had this flavor. Yummmm.
Left: I was out of the office shooting a commercial on Friday and the salad bar was AMAZING! I loaded up on spinach, quinoa, roasted beets and tofu, chickpeas, and salmon.
Middle: I don’t have sandwiches often, so I decided to whip up a yummy vegetarian panini on Saturday afternoon: Whole wheat bread, spinach, mushrooms, “chik’n”, and mexican blend cheese.
Right: After a long memorial day hike, my family and I stopped at a deli. I got pretty much every veggie they had in a wrap: lettuce, tomato, artichoke hearts, sweet peppers, hot peppers, cucumber, and olives.
Top Left: Roasted cod (seasoned and very lightly breaded) with roasted brussels in lemon vinaigrette from this post.
Top Right: Bombay Potatoes. These were on sale at the grocery so I decided to try them. They were pretty good, and super easy to make. You just pop it in the microwave for 90 seconds and done!
Bottom Left: I didn’t have much in my apartment the other night, so I ventured into my freezer and the depths of my pantry and was able to whip up this stir fry. I have to say, it was pretty delish! Brown rice, cashews, chickpeas, corn, peas, and some pineapple chili sauce.
Bottom Right: Grilled Portobello mushrooms, grilled peppers, and grilled avocado for our Memorial Day BBQ. Mmmmm.
Time for Treats
Left: My pre-run Memorial Day Breakfast: Apple Cinnamon greek yogurt with blueberries, toast, and PB2.
Middle: After my Wednesday night yoga class, the girls from Launch and Well Fed treated us to these juices. The turmeric gave the juice a bit of a spicy kick. Some people weren’t into it, but I thought it was pretty good. It’s definitely not your typical sweet juice, though.
Right: I made Chocolate Covered Katie’s Healthy Cookie Dough Dip for Memorial Day dessert. My sister’s boyfriend devoured half the batch!
I’ve also been using a lot of my NuNatural’s liquid sweeteners this week. Don’t forget to enter the giveaway by clicking “a Rafflecopter giveaway” below or on my sidebar. Four lucky winners will each win 4 flavors!
Did you try anything new this week? What did you have for Memorial Day?