Kev and I didn’t figure out our meal plan for the week so we are going to play it by ear. Some of the meals we’ll have include pasta with his homemade sauce, fish and probably gumbo one night. Not quite sure what else. We are swamped this week so we are just going to go with the flow.
You can always head over to Menu Plan Monday though to get great ideas! Do you have your menu plan up for the week?
Also, as you might have noticed, we have a very special guest Monday and Tuesday this week. Dr. Mommy started her Healthy for the Holiday’s blog tour here on my blog. I’m so excited for you all to get to know Daisy better. There are giveaways and I’m going to share with you in this post two yummy recipe ideas that Daisy sent along to share with my readers. Keep reading below for the recipes.
Also, don’t forget to come back tomorrow for another awesome guest post by Dr. Mommy!
I have been motivated by Daisy to keep going on my journey. Last night I had a major melt down (lots of crying and lots of hubby hugs) because I have gained weight and inches and now I have to buy all new clothes and bathing suits for our trip to Jamaica. I’m sick over this not only because I worked so hard to get to where I was but also because of all the money I have to spend for new clothes. This blog tour couldn’t have happened at a better time to get me motivated to just keep going. I cannot change the fact that I have to buy new clothes but I won’t be in them for long and then I can either try to sell or donate them. Gotta think positive!
Enjoy these two healthy recipes that Daisy has been kind enough to share with us.
Banana Nut Oatie Balls
Perfect for little hands!
2 tsp honey (never give honey to a child under 1 year of age)
½ cup almonds, finely ground
½ cup rolled oats or can use granola
Peel and mash the banana and avocado together.
Add the honey, almonds and oats to the mashed mixture and stir well.
Form the mixture into balls and refrigerate.
Yummy treats that are nutritious too!
Cauliflower flowerets cut into bit-size pieces (3 cups)
2 tbs olive oil
¼ tsp pepper
2 tbs grated Parmesan cheese
Toss the florets with the olive oil and pepper.
Roast uncovered in oven at 450 degrees for about 20 minutes or until browned
Sprinkle with grated Parmesan cheese and enjoy!
Both recipes sound yummy to me! Thanks Daisy!
P.S. It’s time to learn more about how to eat right and feel great! This is a book that Daisy offers for a very reasonable price of only $14.97. Enjoy!