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)
|Protein (g)||144.0 (35.1%) |
|Carbohydrate (g)||158.4 (36.2%) |
|Fat (g)||52.1 (28.6%) |
|Fruit & Veg||9.3|
I love my frozen berries, maybe next time blend them up with your yogurt and whey to create a yummy cold fruit smoothie?ReplyDelete
frozen rasperies are like ice-cream sorbet, great to eat on their own, okay I know I'm weird!!
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!ReplyDelete
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.ReplyDelete
Oo thanks JAG! I did wonder about microwaving them, but was worried I'd turn them into mush! 30s it is then.ReplyDelete