Summertime Meals.

Happy Wednesday! I worked most of today and am just sitting down now to blog. My car doesn’t have air conditioning so the drive home was horrendous, and I walked out of my car with my jeans literally sticking to my legs. We get your point, summer. We know you’re here.

For breakfast yesterday I made my first ever coconut flour blueberry pancakes. These are four of the six that survived, out of a batch that should’ve made sixteen. I promise to be more patient next time.

This is a bowl from last week — a lunch of curried apricot chicken salad topped with half an avocado and some tomato. Ugly, but delicious!

Today after work, I immediately sat down to a bowl of plain Erivan Yogurt and topped it with a crumbled coconut flour zucchini walnut muffin and some blueberries. The tang of plain, non-greek yogurt is starting to grow on me. Of course, the muffin helped add some sweetness.

For dinner last night, I grabbed a chicken leg and wing from my first ever self-roasted whole chicken and paired it with the last of my beet stems, which I sauteed in butter with mushrooms and zucchini. It was a pretty good dinner, if I do say so myself.

Lately I’ve been snacking on just about everything, from avocado salad to kimchi to cherries. And of course, whenever I’m at work I stop by the cheese sampling station and grab a block or two of quality cheese. Robusto is my favorite!

I hope you’re keeping cool on this extremely hot, first day of summer!

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13 responses to “Summertime Meals.

  1. Summer time food for sure, all looks so good!

  2. Muffin in your yogurt? That must have has a bit of a different texture!

    • Try a corn muffin + plain yogurt + apple + almond butter. To die for. I’m not eating corn right now but if I was, it would be a corn muffin in yogurt! Gotta find a granola replacement somewhere…

  3. Those pancakes just made me hungry again..

  4. Your pancakes look yummy! Another easy pancake recipe is mashed ripe banana, 2 beaten eggs and cinnamon (blueberries are good mixed in too!). Combine all ingredients together and cook in a frying pan or on a griddle with coconut oil, ghee or butter. I drizzle honey on top and sometimes spread almond or coconut butter on top too.

  5. I love crumbling muffins into yogurt – it’s one of my favorite ways to eat them šŸ˜‰

  6. Your pancakes look delicious,and yeah,cheese is awesome. I always eat it on its own,it’s just so good! šŸ™‚

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