That almost rhymes, right? Anyway, this post is really exciting because it’s my first-ever post with my new URL! That’s right, folks: I finally bought a domain. Take a look at your address bar and notice the lack of “.wordpress.com” I’m very excited about it! It feels so good to type http://cleanteenkelsey.com 🙂
My breakfast this morning was based on something I saw on Katie’s blog, which shouldn’t be a surprise to you if you’re a regular reader of my blog. 😛 One of my friends told me that she adds tofu to her oatmeal, so after her recommendation and Katie’s, I figured it was time.
Okay, I know this looks totally and completely unappetizing, but it was one of those mornings and I was rushing out the door. I didn’t have time to take a better, prettier picture and I apologize. It was really good though, and I enjoyed it a lot. Thank you for the wonderful, voluminous, creamy tip, Katie!
I ended up cooking 1/3 cup oatmeal in 1 + 1/3 cup water with a little sea salt for 3.5 minutes, then I let it sit overnight. In the morning, I processed 1/4 block of Mori-Nu silken tofu with some melted dark chocolate (I microwaved a couple pieces of my Dagoba 87% chocolate bar), then stirred that into the oatmeal. Neither plain oatmeal nor tofu has a lot of flavor, so I put a tiny sprinkle of sucanat on the top. Yumm. It was delicious, but next time I’ll make it more chocolate-y. I’m out of cocoa powder right now, so it’ll be easier once I replenish my stock. 🙂
For lunch I had an unpictured salad at dance class, but it consisted of romaine, tomato, cucumber, carrots, yellow bell peppers, mustard and hummus. A little later on, I also consumed this bar.
Hmm… what could it be? You’ll just have to find out. 😀 (Psh, I am such a tease.)
For dinner tonight I had a fresh, yummy sandwich on a piece of Ezekiel bread.
Layer 1: Hummus & Nutritional Yeast
Layer 2: Cucumbers
Layer 3: Red/Yellow Peppers
Layer 4: Tomatoes
Layer 5: Avocado
Topped with a leaf of romaine. 🙂 Oh my gosh, so good.
A little bit later I had dessert in the form of a 1/2 serving of Choconut Protein Glaze. I added less milk this time so it was more like protein cookie dough.
1/2 scoop Nutribiotic protein powder, 1.5 tsp coconut butter, splash of milk, drizzle of honey.
That was all the food I ate today, but several of you asked me about the cashew cream yesterday. Remember when I first posted about it here? All you do is soak a bunch of RAW cashews in water overnight, then in the morning blend/process them with some milk/water and add a little sweetener. Alternatively, you can omit the sweetener and instead stir in nutritional yeast and lemon juice to make a “cheese” sauce. I think I’m gonna try that out tomorrow; I’ll let you know how it goes. 🙂
Thanks for reading! 🙂