Monday, 11 January 2010

Frozen blueberries are... frozen

This was breakfast... (frozen blueberries and flaked almonds on greek yogurt with vanilla whey mixed in)

Frozen bluenerries and flaked almonds over greek yogurt with vanilla whey

Maybe next time I should take them out of the freezer the night before I want them for breakfast? Nice solidification of the yogurt around the cold berries but a touch too cold for this time of the year. Very tasty though!

Today is going to look like this...

Exercise - 48 minutes gym (HRmax 183 HRavg 167)

B - greek yogurt with 1 scoop vanilla whey, frozen blueberries and flaked almonds on top
S - Dorset Cereals; fruit, nuts and seeds bar
S - 1 scoop chocolate why in semi-skimmed milk
L - salad - lettuce, peppers, capers, walnuts and a roasted chicken breast fillet with lemon juice
S - tangerines
S - carrot and houmous
S - mini babybel light
D - fish pie - pollock fillets with broccoli and mushrooms in a white sauce, topped with potato and sweet potato mash

Calories (kcal)
[kcals to maintain weight (inc. exercise)
2232 ]
Protein (g) 144.0 (35.1%)
Carbohydrate (g) 158.4 (36.2%)
Fat (g) 52.1 (28.6%)
Fruit & Veg 9.3


  1. I love my frozen berries, maybe next time blend them up with your yogurt and whey to create a yummy cold fruit smoothie?

    frozen rasperies are like ice-cream sorbet, great to eat on their own, okay I know I'm weird!!

  2. I'm too lazy to blend it up and clean up the blender! I'll just stop whining about it being cold when the weather stops being so miserable ;o) I like the idea of raspberry sorbet though; nom!

  3. I defrost my berries for 30 seconds in the microwave before I add them to my porridge - they don't defrost quick enough if you add them frozen.

  4. Oo thanks JAG! I did wonder about microwaving them, but was worried I'd turn them into mush! 30s it is then.