Oat's a shame I couldn't eat this in bread this morning but fortunuTly I made this last night for a berry quick breakfast & I was completely bowled over. And I'm going to go against the fitspo grain and tell you that you doat always have to add vegetables you can leaf them out. Eat's nice to seed how they oat to taste every soy often and you should defiLindtly try this. . 📷I use @jordanscereals organic jumbo oats cause they're the thickest, nuttiest & cakiest. I add 1-1.5 tsp chia seed cause fitspo @alpro almond 🍼 or hot water cause time. Stir. Microwave. Watch closely. Stir. Microwave. Spill all over the microwave. Swear a lot. Once cooked I add cacao cause more fitspo & I topped with just under 1 scoop of @plantwarriorco chocolate protein. I don't always use protein but when I do I've been using #vegan 🌱 for the past year because it feels better on my stomach 🤰🏽 & I actually prefer the cakier texture. This was nice. If wasn't too sweet (I like too sweet so I added sweetener) & I really enjoy that @plantwarriorco plant one 🌲 for every bag sold. And finally topped with roasted salted almonds, @lindtuk dark 🍫 & frozen raspberries cause health served with a side of leg.
💁🏼♂️Sunday Brunch & still cannot soft boil an Egg 😏 Any Tips for me ? Full day off studying with Legs 🍗in between 👌🏻 ➖ 🔬Macros - Protein 35g Carbs 11g Fat 35g Kcals 499 ➖ ⚖️ Ingredients - 🐖 Pork Sausages (@heckfooduk) 🥑 1/2 Avocado 🥚 2 Boiled Eggs 🌳 Roasted Broccoli in Avocado Oil (@primalkitchenfoods) 🌿 Steamed Tatsoi 🍎 Apple cider Vinegar 🍃 Fresh Mint 🌊 Sea Salt ➖ I think I need to practise my soft boiled egg skills ! 😬 Ryan @livevitae 💚
YO LES Filles !! Bon c lundi et le lundi on est toujours motivées à BLOC !!! ICI c mon cas : -séance de turbo-fire ce matin à la maison -et cardio day avec du gainage à la salle Au départ j’étais partie pour un legday mais trop de monde sur les machines 😠
Aller maintenant faut continuer les efforts !! On ne lache rien
Talking about snacks in the subcontinent and you don't mention 'chaat'? That's a crime, for which no foodie will pardon you (😂😂). With its origins in Uttar Pradesh, chaat has become immensely popular throughout South Asia. The word derives from Hindi cāṭ चाट (tasting, a delicacy), from cāṭnā चाटना (to lick), from Prakrit caṭṭeiचट्टेइ (to devour with relish, eat noisily). Most chaats originated in some parts of Uttar Pradesh, India, while some others were a result of cultural syncretism for example pav bhaji, resembles a Portuguese influence.