Good morning! How nice is it that its already Tuesday?
Ryan and I stayed up quite late to finish Dances with Wolves. Forgot how long of a movie it is. An oldie but a goodie no doubt! And I just had to share with you a picture of the “treat” I made Ryan.
Behold the goodness:
Drool! It was a warm WF chocolate chip cookie with vanilla bean coconut milk ice cream and Hershey’s extra dark chocolate sauce on top. Can you believe this dessert was vegan?! I think not. Well Ryan didn’t at least! He inhaled it
Now onto this morning. I was SO psyched to try out my new bagels—
Ingredients in the bagels include: Filtered water, organic wheat flour, organic vital wheat gluten, organic whole wheat flour, hempseed flour, organic flax meal, organic poppy seeds, dates, organic oat fiber, organic pumpkin seeds, organic millet, contains less than 2% of the following: hemp seeds, organic cracked wheat, organic sprouted Kamut® berries, organic sprouted spelt berries (wheat), organic sunflower seeds, sea salt, organic sprouted barley, organic sesame seeds, organic sprouted amaranth berries, organic sprouted quinoa.
And each bagel boasts 19 grams of protein and 13 grams of fiber. Holy moly!! I couldn’t even believe it! Each bagel is 280 calories and has 8 grams of fat.
I loved how these were pre-cut and that made it easy to just pop one in the toaster this morning! I spread mine with about a tbsp of raw almond butter, a smear of raspberry preserves and topped it with half a sliced naner—
Very interesting! These really did not taste like a “normal” bagel but were good all the same. They were very chewy and nutty and tasted delicious with almond butter. These would also make a great sandwich because they were quite savory. With all the protein and fiber in this breakfast I should be set for awhile! 😉
This morning I’m going to walk the mile to my yoga studio for Tuesday’s hot yoga flow class. Its finally nice enough that I can walk!
See you for lunch!