More than halfway done with the 30 day challenge.
Today was quite delicious. This morning I had 2 paleo pancakes and iced coffee, which wasn't enough. I ate leftovers for lunch (roasted red peppers chicken bake and roasted carrots). I swear every time I make food and bring it to work people ask me what it is.
For a snack I ate some apple and raw almonds which got me through my evening workout. I might be starting to like Whole Foods but I wish it wasn't so expensive. I went there after my workout and was very out of it and wondering down the aisles but strategically avoided the chocolate bars. They have a ridiculous selection of wonderful chocolate. I was embarrassed because I asked this guy where something was, and then after I bought everything I realized I bought almond meal instead of flax seed meal...so I had to go return the almond meal and had to ask the same guy again where the flax seed meal was. Oh well, he was charming.
For dinner I made a salad inspired by my Subway lunch yesterday. It was DELICIOUS.
Spinach Chicken Bacon Avocado Salad (too long of a name?)
-fresh baby spinach
-2 slices of cooked bacon diced
-1/2 an avocado
-1/2 green piper diced
-1/2 of a large chicken breast
-seasonings for the chicken (I used pepper, thyme, dill, basil...)
-oil & vinegar, or balsamic vinegar
Season and grill the chicken. I used a george foreman. I also used a whole chicken breast so that I would have leftovers for tomorrows lunch. Next place the spinach on a plate, add the veggies, avocado, bacon, etc. while the chicken is grilling. When the chicken is done cut it up and place it on top of the salad. I sprinkled it with some balsamic vinegar.
Then I decided to try out the flax seed bread again but after reading the comments I tried it with coconut flour. Here's the link to Original Flax Seed Bread Recipe.
Here's the link to the ingredients I used this time:
-1 1/2 C flax seed meal
-1/2 C coconut flour
-1 tsp salt
-1-2 TBSP sugar equivalent
-7 beaten eggs
-3/4 C water (check the consistency, you might need more. It should be quite thick but pourable)
-1/4 C oil (a little less oil than the original recipe)