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Weekly Eats

Sundays are by far one of my most favorite days.  They bring with them a sort of slow that’s just undeniable and oh so enjoyable.  Something else that comes with Sunday?  Meal prep.

I used to really dislike this part of my Sunday, but then I found what worked for me.  I figured out how to enjoy the process, and now really revel in the idea of how much ease this little bit of effort will produce.

This past week, I had all kinds of yummy foods (and yes I enjoyed #nationalpizzaday).  Check out all my weekly eats to get some inspo for your meals this week!

Breakfast

Per the usual, I cooked a Frittata on Sunday.  This week, I had an extra butternut squash, so I roasted that and added that into the skillet.  It was ahhhmazing.  Try it.

The other breakfast I’m still loving is Siggis Vanilla Yogurt and Bear Naked Granola.  I tend to get on kicks and keep my breakfasts the same for a couple weeks (shrug emoji).

Lunch + Dinner

This week included all the yummy veggies.  I’ve been trying to incorporate a few more plant-based proteins in my meals and am loving them so far.  Hey, chickpeas and lentils.

I had:

Chicken Caesar Salad (thanks Bonefish)

Beef + Broccoli Fried Rice

Fajitas + buffalo dip (chickpeas, greek yogurt, hot sauce)

Romaine Salad with Lentils

Pizza #nationalpizzaday #iwaslazyanddidntwanttocook

Breakfast For Dinner = Kodiak Cakes, Blueberries, Pederson Farms Sausage, + Eggs

Snacks

This week I grabbed some bananas for my snacks (they are BOMB with some nut butter and coffee – heart eye emoji) and also created my new fav combo: siggis, peanut butter, and jam.  Boom.  If you’ve never added peanut butter and yogurt together, you don’t know what you’re missing.  It’s like some sort of wonderful fluffy icing that is acceptable to eat as a snack.  YAS.

And don’t forget the Halo Top when you need a little treat.

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Adrienne is a Certified Exercise Physiologist and holds a masters degree in Exercise Science. Her passion is to help people find a healthy balance between #IIFYM and #YOLO.

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