Friday, July 06, 2012

Morning Fuel....

I am sitting here eating oats with ground flax, chia seeds, almonds and protein powder. I also had a spelt chocolate, banana muffin!! Wow. That sound so unhealthy :) It actually isn't, thank heavens. It is made with banana's instead of butter or oil and they use dark chocolate chips! Crazy good...still a treat. A healthy treat but one you do not want to have all the time. I wish I had the full recipe but it is from a whole foods grocery store here, they make them fresh, so very good!

What are you eating to fuel your day? Any favorites?




8 comments:

Kelsey said...
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That sounds amazing!

Carrie McKinney said...

I want to try chia seeds so badly!! I have read about their benefits and I have a few friends that are into them. Now I just need to go get some :) I haven't been eating my best and my goal is to turn that around! Just need to get started...sigh...well it's Friday and as good of a time to start as any! Thanks for posting your foods..it helps me to see the right path. Have a fantastic weekend :)

Unknown said...

Fudge babies from chocolatecoveredkatie.com All they are is a little cocoa, walnuts, dried dates (maybe some vanilla) I prefer them without vanilla. Great power snack! reminds me of a brownie.

Mindy said...

I love green smoothies in the morning because they are helping me kick my coffee habit. Today I had 1/2 Cup frozen spinach, 2 tbs chia, my vegan life balance protein powder with greens, and 5 large strawberries all blended up.

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