Brekky: Steel cut oats cooked in soy milk, topped with a peach compote I made (OM NOM NOM so good) with a side of lightly steamed spinach
Snack: A peach and two plums
Lunch: Veggie spring rolls. I have to credit Morgan of Little House of Veggies for her recipe on how to make these or else I'd be clueless. They're amazing and soooo easy to make. I didn't make any of her sauces this time because I don't have any nut/seed butters ATM or any mint, but I bet that they'd be amazing as well. Seriously, go check out her blog. All the recipes of hers I've tried have been amazing. Apparently I really like the word amazing. Whatevsies :)
Dinner: Green smoothie! In this I had half a honeydew melon, a piece of cuke, a handful of grapes, a few handfuls of spinach, some soy milk and two drops of french vanilla stevia. YUM. It was really cooling, too, and it was one of the first green smoothies I've had that was actually GREEN. They're usually brown/purple thanks to the frozen berries I use. Not this time.
Dessert: PIE! I didn't have the whole thing (obviously) and the crust kind of sucked (I had a feeling it would suck when I was making it because it kept falling apart) but you don't eat pie for the crust, right? I should point out that I didn't use the crust or topping she suggested, because I used my own spelt flour instead of WW pastry flour, and for the topping I used brown rice flour instead of almond meal and quick oats. I should have used brown rice flour and some xantham gum for the crust, because my flour wasn't finely ground enough. Oh well. The inside is AMAZING. Again with the amazing... sheesh.
Also, for everyone following me via Google Reader, I'm sorry for all the posts I've published by accident and then unpublished. My computer won't charge so I'm using my mom's, and it's a total pain in the you-know-what. I don't know which key it is that I'm pressing when it publishes by accident, but when I find out I'll be sure to set up an alarm system that will go off whenever my fingers get close.
What looks the best? Did you do anything to celebrate Tau day? Did you even know it was a thing? Are you as much of a math/science nerd as me? Probably not. Calculus and physics were my favourite classes, and math always came easy for me. What kind of post do you want to see next? About me, honey/bees, a recipe...