|Snack||hummus chips and hummus||35|
|Lunch||left over bean soup||50|
|Snack||Almond Joy Smoothie||150|
|Almond butter and honey tortillas||250|
|Dinner||Noodles and Vodka sauce||280|
|Dessert||Fiber One Lemon Bar||90|
|No-Bake Almond Joy cookie (1.5)||232.5|
I don’t know where the time went yesterday but I feel like I got nothing done. I didn’t workout. I was going to run yesterday but never found the time. I did however buy a handheld water bottle for running! As I mentioned a couple days ago I was wanting one for runs in the heat so that I don’t dehydrate as fast. I decided to go to the local Manhattan Running Company to see their selection. They had both of the brands I was considering but for size and price I ultimately went with the Nathan brand. Not only does it fit my hand well but it has a nice pocket for phone and keys. I can’t wait to use it!
So failed at getting any food photos except for my smoothie. As you may have noticed, I’m really in cahoots with the No-Bake Almond Joy Cookies. So I was inspired to make a smoothie version of it. It didn’t quite reach the taste and texture I was going for it was still pretty tasty.
- 1.5 Cups Almond Milk
- 2-3 Tbsp Plain Greek Yogurt
- A handful of fresh spinach
- 1 tsp Honey
- 1/4 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 1/4 tsp Almond Extract
- 2 Tbsp Chocolate Chips
I would recommend chopping the chocolate chips up in a food processor first. Otherwise they sink to the bottom of your blender and don’t get incorporated very well into the smoothie. Chocolate chunks at bottom of blender = sucks.
I think I was trying to go for more of a milkshake consistency but that just didn’t happen. I don’t have ice cream. It was still tasty though. Also, I think regular vanilla yogurt might be better than greek yogurt. Maybe sometime I’ll revamp the recipe and try some other concoctions.
If you get the hankering to try it out let me know what you think! Or what you would add to make it even better!