Breakfast/ Exercise/ Fitness

My Other Favorite

I switched it up this morning and had my other favorite breakfast instead of my usual oats. I just looove kashi blueberry waffles and always run out and forget to buy more! So, the other day at the store I remembered and bought some! This morning I toasted two of them up and put a little bit of promise light on them with a tbsp of pure maple syrup. YUM! I also had 4 ounces of greek yogurt with pom. seeds and a sliced banana…..and my best cappuccino yet!!!! I don’t know what I did differently this morning but it turned out perfect!! It only had about an ounce of milk in it so I’m guessing it was about 10 calories. Better than a latte and stronger too! 😉

This morning before breakfast I wrapped up my ankle and went for a 40 minute jog. It felt okay…I haven’t gotten my x-ray results back yet but I highly doubt if it’s fractured. I think it might be more like a pulled or torn ligament but to know that for sure I would have to get an MRI. Ugh!  Before I headed out this morning I ate a quick piece of toast to get my body started.

Okay—off to work! I’ll see you around 5 when I put up my late lunch post! Have a great Sunday!



This breakfast (cappuccino included) was about 407 calories. (not including my pre-run toast…including that would make it all 512 calories)

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  • Danielle
    December 30, 2007 at 6:34 pm

    Talk about a well-balanced breakfast! I love kashi waffles too! Thanks for clearing up the potato confusion 🙂 I have a question regarding your pom seeds. I’ve heard that poms are expensive but I was wondering how you can determine to get the most bang for your buck? Thank you as usual!

  • jenna
    December 30, 2007 at 9:56 pm

    It’s true that pomigranitates are rather pricey but I think their health benefit/taste is worth it! The pom. i bought at the store the other day cost 2.99 and I got about a cup or so of seeds from it. I think that that with greek yogurt (rather pricey too) are 2 of those things that are really worth the extra money. I’m trying to use less honey/jam to sweeten my greek yogurt and pom.seeds are the perfect addition! You can use them in smoothies, on yogurt, in salads, eat them with the spoon….and they are SO good for you!

  • azelma
    December 30, 2007 at 10:17 pm

    I have difficulty opening/removing the seeds without getting the juice all over me! (It’s messy, I can tell you that 😉 ) Do you have any hints or suggestions to help me out?

  • jenna
    December 30, 2007 at 11:05 pm


    This was the first time I took on the daunting task of seeding it! I refered to Kath’s blog ( because she does it quite often and has a cute little how-to video. When I did it I first strapped on a huge apron (I, too, get it ALL over me!), then I filled a large bowl with cold, fresh water. I cut the fruit into 4 sections and put them in the water then just used my fingers to scrape out the seeds. It worked like magic! The seeds sank to the bottom and the white pith floated. SO easy and I didn’t even get a speck of juice on me! Quite remarkable because most wouldn’t hesitate to say I am the messiest cook they know 😉