Food for Thought Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

I constantly get asked what I eat, so I wanted to share a healthy day of eating.

Cooking has never been my strong suit, especially when I had newborns and infants. Once my children were old enough and allowed me to begin cooking again I decided to start with one meal at a time. Now that I have been cooking breakfast for about 6 months I am starting to focus on my lunches. After school drop off, workouts and morning play dates by the time we would get home the girls and I were so hungry I would put together whatever I could get my hands on. This last week I decided it was time to step it up a notch and begin having healthier lunches. With the schedule listed above I wanted to try something new that would help me be more successful. Making my lunch while I was in the kitchen in the morning and had the energy. I have been making salads and just chopping up additional veggies from breakfast to throw on my salad. I use to think all the hype about meal prepping wasn’t necessary as a stay at home mom, but recently I have had much more success with it. My hubby is an amazing cook so when he is home most of my dinners are healthy. After I feel confident in healthy breakfast and lunches I will move onto dinner. For now I do my best! One step at a time I find is more successful when it comes to a healthier lifestyle.

Breakfast:

Scrambled eggs with Avocado Toast :

1 Egg

2 Egg Whites (Scrambled)

1 Piece of toast 

1 Avocado

Dash Salt

Dash Pepper

Lunch: (Today’s lunch was different because hubby was home and I wasn’t out all morning)

Carne Asada Tacos :

Carne Asada

Yellow Onion

Cilantro 

Rice

Tomato Paste

Chicken Bouillon 

Guacamole ( Avocado, Garlic Salt)

Snack before dinner:

Bread crackers 

Mozzarella Cheese Slices

Tomato / Onion / Pepper /Salt

Balsamic – Drizzled on top 

Dinner:

Quinoa Power Bowl:

Chickpeas

Black beans

Pinto Beans

Spinach 

Tomato 

Corn

Yams 

Red Onion

Pepper

Quinoa 

Side Note:

We made some chocolate treats today because Tis the season ❤

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