Operation delivery: done!
No pictures available, but with a few slight changes, the oat & apricot breakfast bars seemed to be much more moist, so I think (read: hope) they taste fantastic!
Have you ever made a quiche? Truthfully, I have not had quiche many times in my life, I could probably count the times on one hand, but I've wanted to try and make one. So, when I recently found a recipe on FitSugar that sounded interesting and didn't require 10 eggs (which most recipes I've seen seem to), I wanted to try it. The one thing that made me pause was the use of tofu. If you've read my blog for long, you know I'm not a big fan of tofu. Not because of the taste or texture, but because it is a soy product and I try to stay away from soy as often as possible. Still, I wanted to try this recipe and decided to give it a shot. I also decided not to tell Woody about the tofu until after he had determined whether or not he liked the dish. I hid the package in the fridge (which was easy to do with all our farmers market produce) but then he saw it when it was cooking on the stove top. The look on his face was not one of pleasure, but I convinced him to give it a try. A couple hours later, he was going back for seconds!
This was the finished
And this was my plate
Click HERE for the recipe from FitSugar!
The whole wheat pie shell is filled with:
eggs (I used 2 eggs, 2 egg whites)
I want to apologize for something. Lately, this blog has become more of a food blog than the running, health, fitness & food blog that it started out as. This is mostly due to the fact that I have not run in several months and have not been able to write about the beautiful sunrises I experience as I run through Central Park or the routes along the West Side Highway on Saturday mornings, but I promise this is going to change. This week you'll be seeing more fitness related posts, and hopefully soon, you'll see a post on running pop up again!
In the meantime, I want to leave you with this: I recently bought a new water bottle to take to the gym and drag around town with me. My SIGG was a few years old and I really wanted something that could actually go in the dishwasher. I can't live without a water bottle at the gym, so it was imperative that I find one that was easy to drink from while peddling out 13 miles on the bike or climbing 20 floors on the StairMaster! And I found it!