Torchy’s Tacos + surprise!

 aaaaaahh…  sunday.  Dego woke up at 4am to nurse as usual and i didn’t get back to sleep until around 6. before i knew it,  it was time to get on up for church!

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ready for my 2nd date of the weekend and unbeknownst to me, we headed to Torchy’s Tacos on our side of town. that line was serious!  it was our first time there, and i’m sure Sonny remembered me saying we needed to check them out a few weeks ago. i kinda wanted brunch brunch, but rolled with it.

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little did i know there was a pretty lil’ lunch guest already there and waiting on us to arrive- my dear friend Ericka!!   talk about a pleasant surprise- i was so happy to finally see and talk to her in person again and not via computer or phone as she lives in another city.  we spent the afternoon eating and laughing, and if she were staying longer we would have hit the gym together too i’m sure!   i’m so honored to know her and excited about where God is taking her foster care program Think Love Smart, as well as all her other endeavors!

Ericka had been to Torchy’s once before and said the Democrat w/ chicken was great, so i took her word for it.

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she was absolutely right.  shredded fajita chicken, topped with fresh avocado, queso fresco, cilantro, onions, and a wedge of lime on corn tortillas.

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Sonny got something yummy looking with eggs, beef,  and cheese on flour tortillas,

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and i split the Mr. Orange with him as well.  salmon (duh), queso fresco, avocado, sweet corn, and black beans on corn tortillas. my fave of the bunch!  YUM.

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then we went to relax, hang out, and catch up.  our kiddos love them some Ericka too! wrong boob though, Dego. so funny.

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after E hit the road, so did i! i did some GGG (gym, grocery shopping, & grazing (grazing in the bulk aisle of course).  i did almost 1 hour of treadmill intervals… ya, more intervals, i know, i know.  booooring. i expect to get cleared to workout THIS week and i’m crazy excited about it!  i need workout variety in my life right now.

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 made a few meals for Sonny and i for the next two days or so and shut the kitchen down. lean protein, veggies, good fat, and complex carbs on the side.  if you’re interested in a customized meal AND workout plan (because you can’t be efficient without both), email me! leah.egwuatu@6packusa.com. i will be starting my 6 Pack plan as soon as my OB gives me the green light.

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oh wait and then there’s this guy.  i can feel my cool whip addiction creeping back up on me from these crazy postpartum sweets cravings.  this is still a lighter alternative than say full fat ice cream or a restaurant dessert though.  sugar-free cool whip and low-fat honey graham crackers.  place it in the freezer so the cool whip can harden first.  all things in moderation!

Q: moms, are your preggo cravings different from your postpartum cravings?

Q: what have you tried at Torchy’s?

le

chocolate, chips, and crackers, oh my

this morning i got the chance to walk it OUT again at the gym! you’ve seen the quote ‘you’re one workout away from a good mood,’ but baybaaaay, i was already in one and the early workout made my day that much better.

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i did about an hours worth of treadmill incline intervals.  i switched back and forth between these two settings:

4 mph @ incline level 4

2.5 mph @ incline level 15

sweaty, saturday FUN.

IMG_20140712_150854back at home, i had a gangload of zucchini (about 6 medium) i needed to spiralize so that’s exactly what i did before they went bad.  i sauteed the zoodles in a large wok for about 5 minutes in 1 tbsp of olive oil over medium-high heat, then added them to a large bowl with about 3 large spoons of homemade guacamole from yesterday.  i didn’t really have a sauce prepared and was being lazy. it worked though!  i paired them with tilapia and a few fresh tomatoes for lunch.  Sonny really enjoyed this!
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seriously.  these postpartum cravings…  i try to fight them as best i can and it is pure torture some days. i am a bottomless pit and i’m not even working out like i used to yet, jeez.  i either want chocolate, salty, crunchy chips, or crackers, so I turned to my old friend, popcorn.

IMG_20140712_1948513 cups of air popped popcorn is only 25 cals, 1g of fat, 22g carbs, 6g fiber, and 3g protein. soooo I made a big vat of homemade Salted Dark Chocolate Popcorn! I melted 2 tbsp of dark chocolate and drizzled it over the popcorn (that I cook on the stovetop with a lil coconut oil) and added a pinch of sea salt and a few mini chocolate chips. i suggest putting the entire bowl into the fridge so the drizzle can harden first, but i didn’t wanna wait nor did i mind the mess.

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 so, friday night ended differently that i expected! hubs came home and suggested sushi and i did not dispute him.  i order the same thing at our fave spot every time with the following adjustments:

  • salmon teriyaki bento box with the teriyaki sauce on the side
  • steamed veggies instead of vegetable tempura
  • 2 salads instead of the soup & salad my meals comes with as the sodium from the miso soup bloats me
  • i customized my roll and asked for brown rice with fresh shrimp and avocado.

according to Sonny my roll always tastes too healthy.  whatevs.

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dinner… and a show.

 Q: what special healthier requests do you make when ordering food at a restaurant?

le

 

OB check up + why try swai

happy hump day and  happy 7 days til Christmas!? whoa.

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had another check up 1st thing this morning and all is well in this tummy of mine, thank God.  baby’s heartbeat is a strong 150 and by the next visit we’ll be able to determine its sex.  i don’t wanna know though!!! i would love to be surprised in the delivery room, but Mr. Egwuatu says he would like to know as soon as we can find out.  so if he knows i must know too, jeez. my OB just popped out her 4th and final kiddo a few months ago and after i told her my symptoms are super similar from my first pregnancy, she said that didn’t mean a thing.  i feel like it’s another boy though and the chinese gender predictor agrees :lol:

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i had a pregnancy-brain moment and ruined 36 perfectly good eggs by leaving them in my truck for 2 days.  the cartons were on the floor of the passenger seat, still in the grocery bag and everything. ugh. sooo, we made a pit stop at Whole Foods (yes i had an alterior motive) to get some more and see what they had cooking for lunch.  i let my ‘cravings’ (post coming soon) get the best of me again and got a few scoops of their vegetable fried rice and mac n cheese.  to my surprise, the stats for both were available on www.myfitnesspal.com, and i didn’t even do too bad!  just when i think a food item won’t be there after performing a search, it pops right up. LOVE THAT SITE.

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 ok, this was the real reason for the WF trip. confession:  i completely forgot i was pregnant on Thanksgiving eve while i was up cooking and pretty much licked an entire bowl of leftover raw brownie batter. CLEAN. who does that? apparently pregnancy brain is real, my goodness. i did freak out afterwards but calmed down…. eventually.  i asked Sonny to bring me some of this addicting vegan cookie dough so that if i ate some raw it would totally be ok.  dairy / egg- free and tastes like the Nestle Toll House recipe batter i grew up eating. it’s incredible. incredibly dangerous. 2 tubs later…….
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ok let’s talk about healthy stuff!  swai fish was the same price as tilapia fillets at Walmart this week so i chose them to give our taste buds something different.  here’s how they stack up:

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i made a Swai Po’ Boy sammich with it cause the texture and taste is like that of catfish to me.  tilapia is definitely flakier though.

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i coated the fillets in my homemade whole wheat breadcrumbs mixture (no parmesan cheese and swapped the Italian seasoning for salt-free Caribbean Jerk), and pan-fried them in 2 tsp of coconut oil for 5-7 minutes on each side.  

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i threw the fillet on a ciabatta loaf over shredded lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, and topped it with some homemade sriracha ‘mayo’!

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for the mayo, it’s:

  • 2 heaping tbsp of greek yogurt
  • 1/4 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/4 tsp onion powder
  • 2 tsp sriracha
  •  few shakes of seasoned pepper (by Mc Cormick)
  • squeeze of fresh lemon juice (optional)

mix!

have you tried swai? what’s your favorite white fish?

le





homemade oatmeal cream pies + pre-workout snacks


  this recipe has been on my IG  forever and it’s time for it to hit the fit recipes section too here on tha blog. so here ya go:
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homemade oatmeal cream pies

the stuff:

cookies:

1 1/4 cup rolled oats
3/4 cup Bob’s Red Mill Whole Wheat Pastry Flour
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp vanilla
1/8 tsp salt
1/2 cup unsweetened apple sauce
2 tbsp coconut oil
1/2 cup coconut crystals
1/4 cup Stevia for Baking (NOT the packets!)
1/2 tsp baking soda

filling:
4 tbsp light cream cheese (room temperature)
4 tbsp sugar-free cool whip (optional)
2 heaping tbsp greek yogurt
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1 packet stevia

do this:

combine wet with wet and dry with dry; mix well. in a large mixing bowl, combine the two mixtures until incorporated. for filling- whip everything together until smooth and chill in a large mixing bowl.  make sure the cookies have cooled completely before you make the sammiches!  bake 16 cookies for 10-12 min on 350 deg.

thank you guys for the IG love concerning these pies!!! @mrs_meka_l tagged me just last night after she whipped up a batch, yum. thanks hun! love the comparison pic ;)

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nutritional stats per cookie sammich: 184 calores, 6 g fat, 27 g carbs, 147mg sd, 3g fiber, 8g sugar, 4g protein!

makes 8 (one top cookie, one bottom + 2 heaping tbsp of filling)

super boring lunch today, but this is why i love having prepped food ready to go.  convenience!  i threw this all in my tupperware and hit the streets for a few hours running errands.

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 the tilapia was sautéed in about 2 tbsp of Bragg Liquid Aminos + about 1/4 – 1/2 cup of water, and sprinkled with Sicilian Mc Cormick Perfect Pinch seasoning on top.    you can use low sodium chicken broth too if ya got it.  i paired it with cilantro-lime brown rice, some avocado and a couple of almonds for good fat.

this is one of my absolute fave pre and/or post workout snacks right here..

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it’s all over my IG feed, i know.  toasted 100% whole grain whole wheat bread slathered with honey roasted peanut butter and fruit (usually strawberries or bananas).

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my goodness that looks so dreamy, right!?!?!?! gaaaaaah.   why do i consume this before (and sometimes after) a workout?

this snack is a winner because it gives a healthy balance of protein (from the peanut butter) and carbs (from the fruit and bread).  this combo ensures your energy levels stay high throughout your workout.  for post-workout, similar deal.  the protein and carbs in this snack helps to replenish and repair glycogen levels after breaking down your muscles from your hardcore workout.  other pre-workout suggestions:

  • pear and pistachios
  • coffee (especially for my early risers)
  • low-fat chocolate milk
  • apple, hardboiled egg, string cheese
  • raw coconut water
  • low-fat cheese on toast
  • protein shake with banana

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Sonny and i did a fitness photo shoot last week for Next Generation Athletics and we scored some of their awesome fitness gear in return!  what a perk i appreciate sincerely.  i wore some of the clothes to class this morning and got great feedback from my members on it.  kudos to NXG for the their amazingly comfortable and stylish fitness apparel.
Q: what is your favorite pre/post workout snack or meal?  share away so we can all try some of them!
le
 

sunday dinner


my ‘rents came over to love on their grand baby this past weekend! so of course i whipped up a few things.

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i started with a HUUUGE salad complete with romaine mix, fat-free feta, black olives, red, yellow, and orange bell peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, and carrots all drizzled with Braggs liquid aminos, Braggs apple cidar vinegar + a little agave nectar,

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and i used up the rest of a papaya to make some papaya-lime salsa.

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here’s the original recipe again, but i added strawberries and avocado this time and it was SO much creamier.  i highly suggest adding them every time!

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this stuff is fabulous paired with seafood!  and if you make enough of it, whip out some multi-grain chips or make your own by slicing up a whole wheat tortilla and baking it in the oven until crispy.

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 roasted, whipped sweet potaters topped with pecans and cinnamon (recipe will be in the ebookie)

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and finally, baked, garlic & herb tilapia.

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family and food together makes me one happier woman!  i sincerely cherish being able to cook for my parents.

 then….

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for dessert, cinnamon…. apple…. almond cake!  the stuff on top is apple whipped cream.  it’s sugar-free, fat-free cool whip, diced red delicious apple, and greek yogurt) all blended into a sweet, light, heavenly topping.  oh AND, i grinded on some of Trader Joe’s cinnamon sugar ;)

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cinnamon apple almond cake

the stuff:

  • 4 tbsp diced apple
  • 3 tbsp whole wheat flour
  • 1/4 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/4 tsp almond extract
  • 1 tsp coconut oil
  • 1 tbsp applesauce
  • 1/2 tsp apple pie spice
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp baking powder
  • 2 tbsp unsweetened vanilla almond milk
  • 1 tsp coconut crystals

do this:

set 1 tbsp of the diced or sliced apples aside along with the coconut crystals, and set your oven to 325 degrees.

mix the wet with the wet and the dry with the dry, then combine.  (i made two cakes using my cupcake pan.)

distribute the coconut crystals evenly in the bottom of the two empty cupcake slots, as well as 2 tbsp of the diced/sliced apples (1 tbsp in each slot).

pour the batter on top!

cook for 12-15 minutes, but watch it closely.

take the cakes out, let them cool slightly, then flip them over onto a plate, pineapple upside down cake style.  yummmmmmmy!

top with the apple whip, or eat it plain.

2 ‘cup’cakes or 1 big one
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**you DON’T have to use the coconut oil if you don’t want to!**  i included the nutritional adjustments just in case you omit it, but it does enhance the flavor and texture of the cake a lil bit.  your call.

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so i was thinking… you wont know what going on over here unless i tell you, duh! i’m working on two books right now which is what’s taking so long. the first will be for our 6 Pack USA clients and is almost complete, then i can really focus on the Fit Foodie Le book!  both of them will be available for purchase- you don’t have to be a 6 Pack USA client to access the book and get the recipes though.  the Fit Foodie Le book will be a combo of cleaner, healthier, classics like some of the recipes i’ve already shared with you, and tons of new recipes for snacks, dips, dressings, soups, stews, pastas, aaaaagggh!!!!!

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i am TOO excited about it and i hope you are too! please be patient though and keep counting down with me.

before i let you go, pleeeease go check out my feature on Fitness, Food, and Style!! i met Dani via Instagram and she is one amazing woman, my goodness. i’m over here struggling to keep my blog alive with one kiddo and she has FOUR!!! what!? she was in the IT industry for a while and became a full-time SAHM (stay at home mom) after the birth of her second child.  her blog is super informative for mothers or for anyone striving to just living a healthier life overall.  show her some love, please!

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BUCKLE UP!!!!!

le

HEB meal deals + banana french toast

it’s cooooooold.  Houston finally got with it and the temps have dropped.  enjoy it while it lasts.  this morning though… i did NOT wanna get up.  you hear me?   4:15am came way too quick and my bed was way too comfy.  i admire my members for just showing up to class like they always do.  THAT is true commitment and dedication if i ever saw it. cause ummmm, if i didn’t have to be there today…. yeah :shock:  watching them file into the studio one by one, collect their equipment, and wait in anticipation as the clock winded down to begin class gave me the energy and inspiration i needed to give them nothing short of my absolute best!!  and that cup of coffee /green tea combo didn’t hurt either.   let nothing stop you from remaining consistent and making progress. nothing. especially something as petty as the weather!

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after class i did some upper body (shoulders + chest),

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took a pic of my polar HR monitor :lol:

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and headed home to take more pics and make breakfast!  saturday i saw all this french toast on IG and it inspired me to make some of my own.  i had some again this morning with my egg white omelette and they hit the spot.  carbolicious.

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i used sesame ezekiel sprouted grain bread and made a sliced banana sandwich first,
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then, i dipped the entire thing in a mixture of:

stuffed banana french toast

the stuff:

  • 1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
  • 1 tsp pure vanilla
  • 3-5 drops of vanilla creme stevia
  • 1 tbsp coconut crystals
  • 2 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 egg whites

do this:

  1. combine all ingredients into a bowl big enough for your sandwich to fit in.
  2. mix them well, then dip your sandwich in on one side for 2 seconds, then flip it to the other side for 2 seconds.
  3. immediately transfer it to a medium heated no stick pan and ‘fry’ it until brown on one side.
  4. flip it and brown the other side!  plate it up however you’d like and top it with more cinnamon, walden farms pancake syrup, and fresh banana slices.  i even shot it with some ‘i can’t believe it’s not butter’ spray a few times.
  5. NOM.

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@  HEB this past weekend, i took advantage of one of their popular meal deal specials.  i got the two-step gumbo and the BBQ shrimp mix for free.  yep, i had some help.

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 it’s not considered clean, but it’s all natural, decent nutritional stats, and quite good!

stats (per 1/2 cup): 60 cals, 1.5g fat, 470 mg sodium, 9g carbs, 2g fiber, 3g sugar, 2g protein

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to the gumbo mix, i added 1 cup of water, another cup of low sodium chicken broth, a bag of frozen okra, cut up two roma tomatoes, some fresh cilantro,

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and even though it didn’t really need it, extra seasonings!  just a few dashes of my sweet smokey chipotle paprika, black pepper, sriracha, and 2 squirts of liquid aminos.  it all came to a rolling boil, then i let it simmer for about 20 min on low so it could thicken up.

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i THOUGHT i had some shrimp leftover from last week’s kale tacos, but nope…all gone.   wish i had realized that before i went to the store!!  i ended up using some of the bbq tilapia that you’re gonna read about in a sec.   so if you have some, you can totally add shellfish, crab, sausage, etc. because gumbo just ain’t gumbo without it ;)

i added a scoop of brown rice on top and Sonny mixed it all together before he gobbled it up.

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when you buy the gumbo mix, you get this free.  i got to sample this stuff on some steel head trout while in the store which is what sold me on it!  i believe the cooking demo lady used olive oil to thin it out though:(  but it was soooo good. when i got home, i took 2 tablespoons of the shrimp mix and added 1 cup of unsweetened vanilla almond milk to make a creamy marinade for my tilapia.

stats: (per tbsp) 25 cals, 1g fat, 1g sat fat, 340 mg sodium, 3 carbs, 2 sugars

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loved it!!! yes, almond milk!!


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oh yeah, while i was @ the store, i came across these guys.  can you read that sign?  it says purple sweet potatoes are higher in nutritional value than the traditional sweet potato.  who knew? i didn’t.  a friend of mine advised that i check out an Asian market  for these babies though cause that 2.98 a lb is a little too steep for me.  can’t wait to try them!

now for my last unexpected purchase!  i’ve been drinking almond milk for like the past 3 years now and i have no plans to go back to dairy milk anytime soon, or ever.  but when i tell you i almost slurped down this whole box, you better believe it.

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it was worth the gas and bloating :lol:

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 Chiso hasn’t been a fan of drinking milk solo, so i’ve just been using it to make his oatmeal instead of water so he can still get his vitamin D and calcium.  after i let him sample a little of this Horizon Organic Vanilla milk @ the store, to my surprise, he asked for more immediately!  actually i’m not surprised cause it’s a little high in sugar (22g) and it’s vanilla flavored. lol.  however, it’s all natural, and still loaded with nutrients, so it went in the basket.

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he tried to tear that box open after it was empty.  score!  if only he loved his veggies the same way…

le

Trader Joe’s H-O-U-S-T-O-N!!!

the cardio horse is back in her saddle! after a week off from teaching my Lifetime classes, it’s great to be BACK.  burnout is a lose-lose for the instructor and the members… breaks always re-energize and re-fuel me to teach the best class i possibly can. especially at 530am.

after 1 hr of Total Conditioning, i jumped on my fav elliptical machine and did 45 minutes of fat-burning cardio and called it a day. no more gym for me until tomorrow…maybe even thursday!! no more two a days. for now!  until i decide to compete again (i’m sure i will) i’m focusing on maintaining my current weight, give or take a few pounds.

all i could think about was breakfast on my way home as usual.

so i’m back on the clean eating train. as of yesterday.  for the most part.  i’ve been adding extra things (for example, the tomatoes and asparagus ) to my meals that i normally couldn’t when i was preparing for my show.  usually what i add doesn’t really affect the total calorie count of the meal anyway.  extra veggies is nothing compared to an extra egg or some meat or something, you know?!

second shot of meal 1,

and here’s meal 2 so far.  i’m sticking with 5-6 small meals a day.  my body responds so well to this routine so i’m keeping it going.  try it out and see how your body responds!

so, Houston has just become that much cooler.

Sonny and i made it back in time from Jamaica to attend the grand opening extravaganza of Trader Joe’s this past Friday, Sept. 21st.

If you are familiar with H-town, then you know that this historic building was once a theater, then a book store for 25 years, and finally the home of our very 1st TJ’s! we didn’t even go home first- it was that important.  to me.

taking pics to pass the time while Sonny finished his phone call.

8 days later and my ‘show’ hair is already in a pony tail.

walking up- i love that they kept and used the old school marquee.

getting started. the store is not as big as i anticipated, but it was still jam-packed with a ton of cool items. it was lunch time AND the grand opening so space got a little tight.  i didn’t mind.

Joe’s O’s for Chiso.

saying a prayer and thanking God for these low sodium rice cakes!!! i used to get the popular Lundberg brown rice cakes, but why have one of those when i can have TWO of Joe’s for a 10 cal difference?!

sampling some kinda fresh squeezed juice. and  yep, that’s my tummy.  i left my abs in Jamaica.

i definitely grabbed something off of every isle.

ok people are going absolutely nuts over this stuff and i completely understand.  i passed a tower of it on the way to checkout and thought to myself  ‘man i wonder what that tastes like!!’. i literally looked up and walked right into a store associate shoving a sampling spoon of it right in my face!!  of course i’ll take some! our cashier told us it’s their top-selling item right now and that they will be coming out with a crunchy version for the Christmas holidays.  Lord have mercy.

turkey jerky!!!!!!! haven’t had this stuff since my Cali trip back in 2010.  great high protein, low-fat snack.

what i ended up with- roasted seaweed snacks, popping corn, unsalted pb filled pretzels, unsalted rice cakes, turkey jerky, lite coconut milk, unsweetened apple sauce, Joe’s O’s (whole grain cereal), lobster rolls, black mission figs, organic pizza sauce, lactose-free milk, fresh sugar snap peas, coconut oil, goat cheese, fat-free feta, egg-plant humus, egg whites, spicy mustard, fig butter,  and some fresh fruit.  no cookie butter yet!!!

i was expecting to go well over 100, maybe even 150. but i did NOT break the bank.  gotta love those reasonable prices for organic, natural, fresh foods.  i’m THRILLED that TJ’s is finally here and will gladly make the drive to visit.

after buying all that delicious food, what does Sonny want for lunch? Mission Tortilla.  because he was a great sport and even came grocery shopping with me i shut my trap right up :shock:

i waited til we got home to fix my lunch.  here are some of the items up close for you to look for on your TJ’s trip.

the fig butter is AWESOME- and no, there isn’t a drop of butter in it.  it even says that on the package. “To be a butter, a spread must contain more fruit than sugar..”

whole wheat pita pockets and eggplant humus – only 35 cals per 2 tbsp. serving!

there was no cooked meat (ok fresh cooked meat) in our house since we had been gone for a week, so i made some fig and feta tuna and grilled a whole wheat pita to go with it.

my seasonings for the tuna. i almost ALWAYS add boiled eggs to my tuna, but i was too hungry to wait!

i also spread some of the fig butter and eggplant humus on the pita bread-

DELICIOUS.

what else can you put fig butter on? it’s great in wraps too- i made a grilled chicken, kale, tomato, avocado wrap on a whole wheat tortilla for my next meal.  the spicy salty mustard and the sweet fig go great together. try it.

what are your favorite must have Trader Joe’s items?? and have you tried the cookie butter :lol:

le