I wanted to share what I’ve been eating day-to-day more often because so many of you LOVE getting new ideas for easy recipes, and the best way for me to help you is to SHOW you.
I’ve been super busy lately getting ready to move to Hoboken and preparing all of the goodness that will be released in June for my Healthy and Hustling VIP’s.
The topic is Healthy Weight 101 and you guys are going to LOVE it. Promise.
So many of the concepts in your masterclass and guides are things I do every day, especially when it comes to deciding what to eat. So without further delay, here’s what I ate today as I finished putting together June’s VIP trainings…
Avocado rice cake // Apples with peanut butter
I sometimes don’t have much of an appetite in the morning, but if I don’t eat something nutritious, I feel gross and exhausted by noon. This combo is the perfect size for me on busy mornings like this and SO easy to make.
I spread avocado onto a rice cake and add chipotle hot sauce, lime juice, cilantro, salt, and pepper. The flavor is so good you won’t want to have it any other way.
For the apples, all I did was melt some peanut butter and drizzle agave nectar on top. If I have cacao nibs on hand, they go perfectly on these too.
Quinoa avocado salad // Strawberry granola
I’m a BIG believer in batch cooking certain foods ahead of time so that when you’re busy, **BUSY** is not an excuse to avoid healthy eating. One of those foods is quinoa. I ALWAYS recommend cooking it ahead of time so that, on days like I had today, you can heat it up or eat it cold and preparing a nutritious meal takes less than 5 minutes.
I warmed up some cooked quinoa, chopped avocado, tomato, cucumber, and mixed them all up.
For flavor, I sprinkled some lime juice on top as well as balsamic vinegar, olive oil, and salt/pepper. Easy, filling, and SO so healthy.
As a snack about an hour or so later, I saw some granola and added some strawberries. This was super filling as I worked and I sometimes will add some almond milk to this.
Vegan Froyo // Brown Rice, mashed potatoes, corn, green beans
So I usually wouldn’t have a dessert before dinner, but yolo.
Sometimes it’s hard for me to find vegan frozen yogurt options, but this place by me always has at least one I can count on. This one was pomegranate flavored and was SO delicious. Luckily, Oreos are also vegan and all I needed were some cherries and walnuts to go with it.
Because of the treat, I was pretty full for dinner but wanted to end the day on a healthy note. The green beans, corn, rice, and mashed potatoes were all cooked in advance with some vegan Earth Balance butter.
This combo is an awesome example of the Balanced Plate download I’ll be releasing for June’s VIP package, along with these as well:
- Meal Prep Guide
- How to Break a Weight Loss Plateau
- Weekly Health Planner
- Masterclass: Healthy Weight 101
You can go through these anytime, at your own pace as a Healthy & Hustling VIP member, so I hope you join us to get started on your health journey on YOUR terms.
I hope seeing what I eat in a day is helpful, so comment below to let me know what else you’d LOVE to see on here.
Talk to you soon!
Certified Holistic Health & Life Coach