Monday, February 10, 2014

breakfast 365 // week three

 02.06.2014  / #18  |  02.07.2014  / #19

Chia seeds and almond milk. That's essentially what I had for breakfast for five days in a row, and I'm nowhere sick of it yet. In fact, eating this for another three months sounds like a pretty good idea to me. (The last picture is actually my lunch - thrown in there for some variety).

But don't you think the texture of the chia seed pudding looks nice? I don't think I'll ever get sick of it.

02.08.2014 / #20  | 02.09.2014 / #21

Saturday morning:  kale quinoa salad & half a banana; a santorini crepe
- I'm one of those people who will bring their own food to your place and not feel weird about it. Weird looks over a grumpy stomach any day. If I learned anything last year, it's that I need my veggies.
- Afterward, my friends and I went out for crepes (and breakfast). And let me tell you, it was really good. Description: walnuts, pistachios, brown sugar, coconut, cinnamon and mascarpone. It was either this or a sweet and sugary crepe, and I decided this was the best option for me because hello coconut and cinnamon in my crepe? Yes thank you. (Also this place is called Crepevine if you ever want to check it out.)

Sunday morning: a jalapeno cheese bagel from Safeway (I love these and I will never let them go.); strawberry noosa yogurt; Sambazon chocolate almond coconut milk protein smoothie; a glass of water
Super good and pretty filling too. Bagels are the occasional treat for me, because I get an upset stomach if I have too many. Also have you tried noosa yogurt? It's delicious. Another brand I want to try is Siggi's but I'm afraid I'll fall in love with it because it's kind of pricey. Also making a conscious effort to drink a glass of water every morning, especially on the weekends.


  1. I'm so impressed with this. When I wake up in the morning, I'm always just like "give me all the carbs you have". But this actually looks yummy and filling! You've inspired me ;) xoxo

    1. Aw thank you! :) I love carbs; they're so yummy hehe.

  2. So healthy - such an inspiration! I'm a pretty health fanatic myself, always up to date with the latest health craze (I make a pretty mean chia seed pudding!), everything here looks so good!

    1. Yay I love meeting other health fanatics! What do you put in your chia seed puddings between chia seeds, milk, and honey? I need more ideas. I made couscous tonight and I'm so excited to try that tomorrow. :)