It feels like Monday around my house since school was closed Monday and Tuesday for Rosh Hashanah. It’s nice to know that we are already halfway through the week yet I will admit it’s quite difficult to snap back into the regular weekday routine after being engulfed in holiday eating and lots of fun family time.
Let’s take a look at what I ate yesterday, the second day of Rosh Hashanah.
The usual early morning action in my kitchen:
My first cup of coffee and first bowl of oatmeal with mashed banana and cinnamon swimming in almond milk because I am suddenly on an almond milk kick now that I have discovered I am not allergic to it.
After some Pure Barre and an easy run, I was starving so I quickly showered and fixed myself a second breakfast of oatmeal, greek yogurt, Skoop B-Strong, banana and peanut butter.
Normally I like to add berries to my oatmeal but I didn’t feel like it yesterday. What I did feel like was another bowl after I finished the above bowl so another bowl is what I had.
Once I was finally full from breakfast, I decided to try out Amanda’s new recipe for Greek Yogurt Pumpkin Banana Bread.
We were going to my aunt’s house for Rosh Hashanah lunch so I needed something to bake to bring with me since I always arrive with something sweet.
Yes. Just yes. You must make it!
Halfway through lunch I remembered that I was planning today’s post which meant I needed pictures of my meals.
My aunt always puts out a nice spread (which reminds me that we aren’t so far off now from Thanksgiving!) so even though I missed some photo opportunities, you can trust me when I say there was plenty of challah (and honey), salad, bagels, lox, salmon, veggies and baked pasta dishes to go around.
Dessert on the other hand, that I always remember to capture.
My aunt cut up the banana bread into adorable little cubes. Like really, it was delicious.
By the time I got home from lunch it was basically time to think about dinner but I felt as though I just ate a full meal which thoroughly confused me and my appetite.
So I had an apple with peanut butter because apples with peanut butter are what I eat when I feel the need to eat something but don’t know what that something should be.
I never really ate dinner now that I think about it. I had a banana before I went to sleep and here I am now, Wednesday morning, feeling like it’s Monday.
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What’s your go-to snack/meal when you don’t know what to eat and aren’t overly hungry but need something?
Who is running today? Indoors or outdoors?
Do you like banana bread?