Swipe ⬅️ for yesterday's full day of eating 😋 It's pretty representative of a typical day for me, but my dinner and dessert were what I would consider a "treat" meal. I absolutely believe in taking at least one meal a week to eat something that you just genuinely want, and not worrying about whether it "fits your macros."
Anyway, back to what a typical day looks like for me➡️ I will always be someone who makes time for breakfast because it's my favorite meal of the day🍳 Lately it's been an egg white omelette with mushrooms, spinach, & feta + a cinnamon raisin English muffin with pb & banana + cantaloupe + a cup (or two) of coffee. Then I head to school for 4-5 hours for lecture, lab, or just to study.
When I come home for lunch, I want to make something relatively quick, and be sure that it's enough to get me through my lift in the early afternoon. I make 1-2 wraps with deli turkey, feta, cucumber, tomatoes, lettuce, and tzatziki ranch dressing. I also have about half a serving of some form of baked chips (my fav rn are either the white cheddar good thins or the ritz salt and vinegar ones). Then because I always need a sweet component (and more carbs for my workout) I'll have oatmeal with pb & banana.
Once I come home from the gym, I have Greek yogurt (2% fage is the absolute best) with chocolate protein powder or vanilla extract/stevia mixed in, and topped with blueberries/raspberries.
Dinner is usually either pasta and a salad, a baked burrito, salmon/potatoes/salad, zucchini fritters I always make + crab cakes or salmon patties, some form of turkey or beef burger. I will try to post more recipes since I get a lot of questions about my meals, but I'm usually just way too hungry to takes aesthetic pictures I'm sorry guys 😂 Then after dinner I make my dessert which lately has either been carrot cake pancakes, or halo top (trying to kick my addiction cuz it's breaking the bank), or sometimes the Greek yogurt I described earlier.
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