Simple breakfast: greek yogurt, raspberries, blueberries, granola, almonds, dark chocolate chips. Yes, it would probably be healthier without the chocolate chips but the yogurt is a bit sour so the chocolate chips and the fruit offset it. It seemed to be a good mix of stuff because it kept me feeling satisfied until lunch time!
If you’re looking for a simple, tasty, healthy burrito – I found two. Great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. First one has hard boiled eggs, bell peppers, tomatoes and cheese on a multi-grain tortilla. Second one has hard boiled eggs, bell peppers, avocado and cheese on a multi-grain tortilla. These were easy enough to prepare… Continue reading Easy Burritos
A while back I found a recipe for Chocolate Mint Cookies on the All Recipes website and it is by someone named Susan Black. The recipe is rather complicate for cookies because you have to heat some ingredients over low heat in a pan, then transfer them to a bowl and add more items, then… Continue reading Choco-Mint Cookies.
I love hot tea and iced tea but have always used tea bags. I finally got a loose leaf tea tumbler (at least I’m pretty sure that is what it is called) and some loose leaf tea and I really enjoyed it. The tumbler has a filter in it (right under the white top part)… Continue reading Loose Leaf Tea Tumbler.
Sometimes I eat healthy breakfasts. This was a pretty simple idea and was rather tasty, a good variety of colors and textures and flavors. It was really just blueberries and raspberries in the bottom, then topped with a sliced bananas, walnuts and few scoops of Greek yogurt. Got the vitamins, fruits, and protein needed for a… Continue reading Simple Breakfast Idea.
Sometimes, I get really good at remembering to “eat the rainbow” and getting in all the recommended servings of fruits and veggies. But then I forget and go back to just eating a little bit of fruits or veggies a day. But now I’m back on it! Gotta keep it up this time!
Rice krispie treats withe frosting, decorated for Christmas!