Andee Layne Nutrition

Honeybee Health // Random Shots

Alright lovelies it’s time for this weeks round of Honeybee Health with all my random food shots lately!

Out to breakfast (and HANGRY;) I had an egg white omelette with spinach, onion and feta. I also had a little of this yogurt parfait and took the rest to go.

Another favorite breakfast of mine, the steel cut oats from Le Pain! It comes with banana, walnuts, flax seeds and a little maple syrup and it is HEAVENLY! 
Always happy to see all this color in my shopping cart! I would say 50% of my cart ends up being from the fruit and veggie section of the grocery store. Side note, the guacamole and mango salsa from Whole Foods are go to’s of mine. We use them on so many different dishes and they are so convenient! 
I posted this Acai Bowl on instagram last week and it was delish! At Nekter Juice Bar they can add greens and peanut butter to it (I know sounds gross) but it was actually pretty darn good! I try to share my bowls with the little ones because sometimes the portions with Acai bowls can be huge.
Pit stops at Pressed Freeze are always a must! Their soft serve is made with all natural products like cocoa and dates.  (although I always add chocolate chips and peanut butter sauce too 😉

Another healthy breakfast option…a serious portion of egg whites and the famous avocado toast from Le Pain.

Lunch on the go I had a chicken Pita (took off the top portion of the pita) and doubled up on the veggies for my sides.
I’ve said it before but dinners are crazy quick and easy these days. I don’t know about you moms but 5pm is madness around our household. Trying to get the kids fed and bathed before the hubby gets home leaves me nothing short of exhausted by that time. So when it comes to our dinners I like them to healthy, tasty and did I mention QUICK?! 😉 My hubby is not a salad person so I made him turkey tacos and I created the salad above with pretty much a lot of the ingredients I was already using for his meal. 

Another similar style meal I shared on SnapChat. I buy a rotisserie chicken once a week. It’s so much easier to just shred and season the chicken and then pair it with some steamed rice and fresh veggies. I topped it with some of that pre made guacamole from Whole Foods. added some white beans and fresh shaved sweet corn. I literally made this in 5 mins and it’s SO good!

Another option I made for dinner is this healthy loaded sweet baked potato. I got the idea off Pinterest and was surprised that my hubby loved this one too! I added shredded chicken and sautéed with my go to sauce. I’ve posted on Frontera before and seriously love the whole line! I added black beans, avocado and a little cilantro! It’s super filling and really yummy too. 
and HOT DAMN! Ladies always make a little room to YO’Self! It’s ALL ABOUT A BALANCE and I am not sorry about this mint ice cream Cro’Wich situation one bit.
Hope these little shots were helpful for you girls. Next weeks Honeybee Health will be a kids edition sharing all my go to meals and snacks for the babes! Feel free to leave questions/comments you would like me to cover in that post or future ones! xo

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    June 9, 2016 at 7:35 pm

    This is a little off the Honeybee Health topic, but didn't know where else to post it! Would you be able to provide any suggestions for what to wear for family photos? We are a family of 4 – toddler boy and a baby girl. I'd like us all to coordinate somewhat but am not sure what I myself should even wear.

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    June 9, 2016 at 8:26 pm

    Yum! I love a good, fast and healthy meal lol 😉

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    June 9, 2016 at 8:44 pm

    Looks delicious!! Whole flaxseeds don't get digested though so as pretty as they are, they are pointless unless ground into flax meal 😀

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    June 9, 2016 at 11:13 pm

    Yumm…That sweet potato meal looks delish. I'm new the sweet potato (yam) scene. Which one did you use here? Thanks. Acai bowls are amazing and super filling.

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    June 10, 2016 at 1:25 pm

    Great ideas! Even the healthy restaurant options can easily be made at home. Def going to try your chicken and white bean dish! Yum!

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    June 12, 2016 at 2:55 am

    My trick for shredded chicken is to cook it in a slow cooker (crock pot) with low sodium chicken broth. You can put it all in for 4 -8 hours depending on the heat level and it is super easy to shred but also not as dry as rotisserie

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    June 12, 2016 at 3:31 pm

    Love these posts so much. They give me good ideas of how to balance things out, but I love that you encourage a balanced lifestyle – learning how to be healthy but also knowing when it's okay to splurged and enjoy yourself. Thank you for promoting a healthy balanced lifestyle!

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    Kelly L
    June 13, 2016 at 1:32 pm

    My fav posts! Did you change up your diet much when you were pregnant or nursing? Would love another "day in meals" post. Also would be interested in what your workout plan is for the week. I see your snaps, but it would be nice to see a full post of what you do in a week =)

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    September 6, 2016 at 2:07 pm

    More Honeybee Health posts, plz! Love these so much. Such a good reminder that small changes and keeping an eye on portions make a big difference.

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