We will start with Friday because this is the day that I ate way to much spicy sausage. I didn't workout Friday morning because the man left at 5am. I don't have a pic of the oats I ate at breakfast but do I really need to tell you what else I had? Ok I will anyway, SAUSAGE!
Not really sure what my morning snack was but Ill say a shake. I then headed to my moms to clean. Lunch was butternut squash fries (pre oven)..
So pretty and bright!!! Annnnddddd......more Trader Joes Spicy sausage a top a bed of greens...
By the time I finished cleaning it was time for my pre dinner snack and I was starving, so I rushed home to find a pretty empty fridge and pantry. My only choice???? You guessed it, SAUSAGE!!
and a bowl of brownie batter (aka peanut butter and rice protein goo).
Dinner, you ask? I could let you down by saying chicken, but I wont :). SAUSAGE!!!! With cottage cheese (lactose free) and a salad.
I am pretty sure my sodium intake was lethal considering each sausage contained about 580mg of sodium. Oh well *shrugs shoulders*.
Saturday I got up ate a bowl of chocolate rice protein filled oats with peanut butter...
It looks prettier all mixed up...
and then hit the gyzzzm for a sweat session. I then took my beautiful nieces shopping at the Nashville's new Urban Outfitters. One of my beautiful darlings and I in the dressing room...
We pretty much spent the day shopping in Nashville but I made sure to eat before so I wouldn't have to eat out. When I got home the sweet, sweet man had a small Dairy Queen Oreo cheesecake blizzard waiting for me. I was surprised and was thinking "how sweet" and "damn him!" all at the same time. I happily and hesitantly ate half and then trashed the rest. For dinner I made Turkey Chickpea Burgers....
I ate mine with a salad...
- 1 15 ounce can chickpeas, drained
- 1/2 cup scallions
- 1 tsp cumin
- 1 tsp black pepper
- 1/4 tsp sea salt
- 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce (I used Soy)
- 3/4 lb ground turkey (I used a 1lb)
- cooking spray
- In a food processor blend chickpeas, scallions, cumin, pepper, salt, and Worcestershire sauce, until smooth.
- Transfer mixture into large bowl and mix with turkey until well combined.
- Divide into 4 equal portions (I got 6) Heat large non stick skillet over medium heat and cook 4 to 6 minutes on each side.
1 6oz patty contains 190 cals, 4.5g fat, 16 carbs, 26g protein
I will leave you with this pic of my 2 angels who are currently bathing...
CONFESSION OF THE DAY: I have stretch marks!!!!!!