Good Morning! I am draggy-draggy this morning. I suspect because it is pouring rain outside. Again. Today instead of discussing “I ate this and I ate that” I think it would be a good time to post my ten favorite healthy foods (or snacks) that I tend to eat all the time and are worth the $$ to purchase.
Here we go:
Kale. You knew this would be on the list. It is my favorite new “chip”. Spray with olive oil, sprinkle salt and pepper, throw it in the oven. Nutrient dense, low in calories and fat = the perfect snack. Guess what? You can eat more than 1!!
Purely Decadent Ice Cream. Made from coconut milk, no refined sugar, dairy free. Always good with peanut butter 😉
Any kind of sushi. Protein + Carbs = a complete meal when eating clean.
Bison ROCKS! Tastes better than hamburger and is good for you. Trust me, I love my meats 🙂 Just be sure not to overcook yours like I did mine in the picture!
Fage 2% Greek Yogurt with Honey
Salty, sweet, and satisfying. Low in fat. Great snack. You can’t ask for anything more!
Mary’s Gone Crackers.
Known as Mary’s Crack. Sprouted seed crackers. Great tasting, good for you, crunchy.
Paired with this:
A complete meal. Smooth texture and a not-0verpowering flavor. Perfect together!
Ditch that store bought junk with chemicals that you know you don’t need to be eating. Bad chemicals. If I can make bread (and we’ve all seen me try…and succeed (eventually), LOL! Anyone can do it! Easy-peasy!!
Smooth. Creamy. Cashew-y. LOVE.
Regular old fashioned oatmeal is my #1 favorite food. It’s good for you, inexpensive, and you can make it taste 101 different ways:
Strawberries, protein powder, peanut butter (above) OR,
Chocolate peanut butter cup oatmeal with bananas,
Strawberry Cheesecake Oatmeal.
There you have it. My TOP TEN favorite foods for January, 2010. What are some of yours? Be sure to share! Always looking for new and exciting foods to try 🙂
Have a great day,