Is it Monday morning already? I don’t even have anything else to say about that!
At least I can TRY to entertain you by reminiscing on Sunday’s lunch and dinner.
Lunch was thrown together quickly as I had several errands to run and needed something that would fill me up in a hurry.
It started out with a huge (nearly 1 cup!) serving of whipped cottage cheese.
Plus a slice of this fantastic sourdough wheat bread that I found at Trader Joe’s recently. It was a freshly baked, store brand that tasted soft and doughy. I spread my slice with a bit of hazelnut butter.
And finally, a bowl filled with roughly a cup of fresh blueberries.
Before running out to do my errands, I also grabbed a quick handful of white chocolate chips. We wouldn’t want the sweet tooth to be deprived for too long, would we?
After my errands, I came back and got dressed and ready for a trip to the gym. I did 50 minutes on the elliptical followed by some extended stretching and a little bit of abs. Perfectly refreshing.
SUNDAY NIGHT = OMELETTE NIGHT
It’s starting to become a summer trend to make omelettes on Sunday nights. This night was no different, and it turned out to be “eggs”-actly what I wanted. Haha, I had to throw that one in there – sorry everyone, I know you’re groaning;) Anyway, I made my omelette with some pretty fantastic ingredients. First, there was sliced AmyLu andouille chicken sausage. Then came fresh sun-dried tomatoes. There was also some spinach to be had. Here’s what everything looked like sizzling in the pan.
Of course, you can’t have a proper omelette without the star of the show…
Can you tell this product has become my new addiction? I spread it on the omelette to get a melty, cheesy flavor in every bite.
Here’s the final product, topped with some fresh guacamole! On the side, there was some fresh cut red pepper and tomato slices, which I also topped with some of the yummy guac!
And of course, a close-up of the omelette itself is necessary.
Here’s what it looked like on the inside:
Adding the chicken sausage gave it an extra protein and spicy kick that I loved.
After dinner, I did some tidying up around the place and then Bobby and I decided to watch some Lost (shocking, I know). I was feeling the need for something sweet, so I broke out this guy:
I had 1/2 cup Stonyfield After Dark Chocolate topped with a dollop of whipped cream.
And I may or may not have had a couple of extra spoonfuls straight from the container. I will let you decide;) This flavor is my favorite!
And so the week begins…