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A bagel a day…

June 8, 2010

Keeps the hunger away — more on this after this brief pictureless sidenote.

We packed up some sandwiches, fruit and crunchies for the Rockies game and believe me they were darn tasty, BUT of course I forgot my camera in the car.  Alas, no pictures but here’s a little list of what was eaten:

  • Justin’s Honey PB + 1/2 banana sandwich for me
  • PB + honey for my honey — it was seriously oozing out of the bread!
  • Fresh strawberries
  • Snyder’s pretzel sticks
  • Peanuts & Cheez-Its (eaten by Joey, of course)

I made sure to get some shots of breakfast, which started with this

Frosting?  Nope — Cinnamon Yogurt!

  • 4 oz. Oikos Greek Yogurt
  • 1/2t cinnamon
  • t vanilla
  • 2t honey

And this is where it went

And oh man was it messy!  But the taste was so worth the mess 🙂

I had a few bites of yogurt leftover so I mixed in slices of 1/4 banana, but where did the other 3/4 of the banana + the other half of the bagel go?…

“Oatterific Banana Omelette”

  • 3/4 banana
  • t vanilla
  • 1/2t cinnamon
  • T PB
  • 3T rolled oats
  • ~T vanilla almond milk

I had a few problems with this one.  The original recipe called for 3T almond milk, but I added this last and decided on 1T because it already seemed thin enough of a “batter.”  You’re supposed to mash it all together and throw it in a greased skillet, then cook till you can flip it.

While it did start to brown on one side I found flipping to be impossible!  It wouldn’t stay in one piece so I just mixed it around till it had browned to my liking, then put it on top 1/2 whole wheat bagel + T mixed berry compote.

I wish I had taken pictures while I was eating it for lunch — it was so thick!  And very filling.  Wish I could’ve eaten it closer to when I made it so the bagel still would’ve been crunchy instead of sliiightly soggy from sitting under the oats while I was in class this morning.  I’ll definitely be making this again sometime!

These also came along for lunch/afternoon snack

And a Chocolate Cherry Chewy bar (whoa what an alliteration!)

Eggplant Parm tonight, stay tuned for more on that tomorrow

Happy Tuesday!

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. June 8, 2010 8:47 PM

    It’s definitely not the easiest thing to flip. Funny about the liquid…I wonder if it depends how much you mash your banana? I usually plop it out of the bowl in one big pile, in the pan, wait about 3-4min then take a large, solid + flat metal spatula to flip it. But it definitely doesn’t stay together like a pancake or anything 🙂 I love the goopey mess! Love yogurt on bagels too!

    • June 8, 2010 9:14 PM

      I love the goop too! Very weird about the liquid and I’ve tried this before and swear I used 3T instead of one, hmmm

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