On a scale of 1 to 10 how gross does my breakfast look to you? You can be honest.
I'm fully aware of how weird I am.
Although it looks gross, it was delicious! In my processor I processed a ton of greens until they were powder. Then I added in three frozen bananas (broken into pieces) and 1 cup of strawberries. Once the fruit was well blended and smooth I added in two tablespoons of cacao powder to make it chocolatey...and a nasty brown color. Top it all off with some cacao nibs and dried mulberries and you've got an amazing breakfast!
I still can't believe I can eat ice cream for breakfast and at the same time flood my system with tons of greens. Gosh, I just love eating plants!
This past week I had a few days where I indulged more than usual (see: New York City Ice Cream Tour), so all I've been wanting lately is produce...fresh fruits and vegetables. For lunch I had a salad with 1 cucumber, 1 tomato, and shredded carrots and a mango on the side.
I was still hungry after my salad and mango so I had a Cara Cara Orange. So juicy and delicious!
I was doing some recipe testing/meal prepping and had a few tastes of this Spicy Thai Carrot Soup that turned out great. I'll be posting the recipe on Friday!
My second snack was a chopped apple and sliced banana sprinkled with cinnamon and raisins.
For dinner I ate a side salad (unpictured) with sliced apple, cucumber, tomato and homemade dijon balsamic vinaigrette. For the main course I ate my Vegetable and Chickpea Mafé recipe (a Senegalese Peanut Stew) over brown rice. Delicious!
Dessert was simple and satisfying: a medjool date.
That's all folks! To see what others are eating and to get some more inspiration for recipes, check out Jenn's blog Peas and Crayons!
Would you eat green banana ice cream for breakfast?
Do you meal plan/prep?
What's your go-to dessert?