It’s that time of the week again…
Thanks to Jenn as always for hosting! Wednesday’s just wouldn’t be the same without you!
It’s gotten colder this past week and although I tend to not feel the cold in the mornings (the first thing I do when I wake up is open the window!) by mid morning/early afternoon, post workout and shower, usually with wet hair I start to http://rachelsagermosaics.com/levitra-australia-no-prescription pick up on the chill.
There is nothing better for warming your bones that delicious and of course hot food – aside from a bath but having one of them more than once a day would frankly be more hassle than it’s worth don’t you think
As always, in case you missed my latest nutrition post… it’s the 2nd half a little later than intended of the previous post on fat…
Fat Practicalities – which to buy, what to use when and how to store.
First up on the menu yesterday was a delicious pumpkin pie filled crepe. Now it wasn’t quite pie filling, but it’s quick healthier version, served warm…
Lunch was a twist on a childhood favourite which I managed to post the recipe for yesterday.
A vegan shepherd-less pie with a cauliflower “cheese” topping. It was all kinds of wonderful, well worth checking out if you fancy something nutritionally rich and deliciously comforting.
I was kept nicely full until dinner time…though I will admit this delicious plateful was on we use it my mind the whole afternoon. I’m not a huge tempeh pan…or at least I wasn’t until I managed to pick up the wow look it chilled as opposed to the jarred version. I’m a complete convert and have fallen head over heels in love with it!
You can expect to see a whole lot more tempeh recipes in the near future. This one will be posted tomorrow…think stick sweet orange…it was awesome!
I had a humungous bowl of fresh fruit, melon, kiwi, blueberries, raspberries, grapes, pear and orange as a night time snack topped with Alpro plain soy yoghurt and bee pollen and a slice of my latest cake creation.
Pear and chocolate cake! Soft, almost gooey, wheat and gluten free…recipe will be up Friday morning. So simple you’ll be amazed and hopefully whip one up for the coming weekend.
Soft, springy, quite dense, deliciously fruity and gooey in parts in the best way possible! Pear and chocolate is just an amazing combination!
Most surprising meal had to sinferj.com.br be the tempeh, the orange flavour was intense, the texture of the tempeh highly appeasing and give me short grain brown rice and only best offers it’s a sure fire way to put a smile on my face!
Are you a tempeh fan? If so what’s your favourite tempeh recipe?