Fast Forward

May 21, 2010 at 10:27 am Leave a comment

Yesterday morning I had a great bowl of ezekial cereal before I headed to work.

It had a serving of cereal, flax seed, coconut, about 7 dark chocolate chips, almonds, sunflower seeds, and a sliced banana.

To really kick it up a notch, I heated up a peanut butter sauce, which was just a mixture of peanut butter and milk stirred together and heated in the microwave until it got to a more liquid-y consistency and could be drizzled over my cereal.

Such a filling breakfast — it only took about 4 bites before I felt full already. I was happy about filling myself up though because I knew I’d be working all day and wouldn’t have any chances to snack before lunch…

Lunch was another beautiful salad with an apple and a mini peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

My salad wasn’t very different from the previous day’s but this one included a scoop of hummus and I opted out of any dressing because I think a salad with that much stuff has enough taste going for it already.

The pb&j was just my two last slices of ezekial bread with a spread of Maranatha PB and some Raspberry all-natural jelly with no added sugar.

I ended up eating the salad and the apple at lunch and saved the pb&j for my snack at around 4pm while I was trucking through some database work and needed a pick me up.


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