We had a great Halloween last evening, cozy and creepy, exactly as it should be. Sitting on the couch, eating nachos, watching “Hocus Pocus;” pretty much perfect! But I guess that holiday’s over…
Smashing pumpkins sans Billy Corgan aside, my excitement level was high this morning. I knew in advance, breakfast was going to be good.
For the most part I tend not to follow blogland trends. My cabinet is not stocked with chia seeds and I’ve yet to find the
obsession allure of almond butter. But when Kath describes something as “oat batter” I know it’s time to get on-board.
My smoothie contained
- the 2nd serving of yesterday’s oats
- 1 medium frozen banana
- a splash of vanilla extract
- 1 Tbsp maple syrup
- ~1/2 cup skim milk
In addition to being tasty, this kept me full so long that I didn’t even want to eat lunch before I headed to class! That’s not to say I wasn’t starving when I got home at 3:30 😉
I made myself a snack plate very quickly.
A sliced apple,
and 1.5 servings of Sahale Snacks Sing Buri Cashews.
I also ate a serving of these Pillsbury Sweet Moment Caramel Chocolate bites (free via coupon from BlogHer).
I wasn’t expecting to be a fan, but these were pretty good. You know how sometimes cheap cakes have that granular sugar mouthfeel? I know a lot of people find that gross, but I love it. Anyway, these had that.
On a more serious note, I want to remind you to take care of your health.
In order to keep your boobs safe, I’ll give you a close-up of mine –
My mom sent me this “Save 2nd Base” shirt from a fundraiser she attended a few weeks back. I sported it to school today, and I just wanted to remind my readers that you (or a loved one) should be feeling you up each month, for safety! Just don’t try to give me a pink ribbon…
Did you get to watch Hocus Pocus this year?