Morning lovelies! In trying to keep up with my weekly Honeybee Health posts here we go with this weeks random shots….
A typical breakfast of protein waffles, ground chia seed and a little agave/maple syrup blend. 90% of the time I have a carb breakfast. They fill me up and give me plenty of energy for the day.
We love cereal in our household! These are a few of my go to cereal options. All of these are higher in fiber and lower in sugar (and taste good too).
The hubby picked up Wahoo’s for lunch for us. I opted for the chicken bowl but had mine with black beans and had them double up the lettuce and tomatoes.
My Instagram grocery cart check in from last week. These are pretty much my staples at Trader Joes. I try my best to stock up on the majority of my items from Traders since its much more affordable and save Whole Foods for our meat and specialty items.
My go to healthy pasta dinner when I don’t have a ton of time. I load it up with tons of colorful veggies!
I saute up an onion, a couple bell peppers and these all natural chicken sausages then toss in a whole bag of spinach. Boil your noodles then toss it all together with a little marinara sauce and you’re done!
A typical lunch if I did my weekly food prep. Ground turkey with onions, peppers, steamed broccoli and brown rice.
Out to breakfast at Mothers Market. I usually always go for an egg white omelet with cauliflower, broccoli, easy vegan cheese and 1/2 an avocado served with a side of brown rice.
Took the hubby to IN-N-OUT for fathers day. I had the cheeseburger protein style (wrapped with lettuce instead of a bun) and replaced the “special sauce” with just a ketchup/mustard spread. I went protein style because I knew I would be indulging in some of those fries.
I typically pack some sort of healthy snack on the go but forgot one on this morning. Picked up this little snack on the go at Nordstroms.
and of course there is ALWAYS room for sweets! I do have something sweet everyday but most of the time I try to keep those in check at around 200 calories. The above chocolate greek yogurt is one of my favorites. Its not CRAZY sweet but definitely hits the craving. Not to mention it has 0 grams of fat. If you’re like me and sometimes eat the entire pint in one sitting 😉 this one only has 400 calories in the whole thing so it’s not terribly bad if you overindulge (vs Ben & Jerry’s frozen yogurt that has more like 650 calories and 20 grams of fat in the entire pint).
I think I’ve posted on these before but these 100 calorie packs of oatmeal chocolate chip cookies from Traders are a staple in our house. They pretty much always satisfy my sweet cravings.