One thing I’m loving about Whole30 is it’s forcing us to be more creative with our meals. I don’t think we’ve had the same dinner twice, which most likely wouldn’t have happened before.
We changed up breakfast a little and it was SO good.
2 eggs, avocado, apples warmed in a skillet with cinnamon and pecans and salmon cakes. I followed this recipe for the salmon cakes. Dane doesn’t really care for canned fish but I really liked them. They reminded me of something my grandma used to make when I was young.
After breakfast, I had to take Teagan to the vet for his annual check up and shots.
When I got home, Dane and I ran out to do some shopping for the week. When we got back home, we were ready for lunch.
Hamburger, leftover brussels sprouts slaw and homemade plantain chips. This was our first time making the chips and I loved them! So nice to have something with a crunch. To make them I just peeled the skin away and sliced the plantain thin. I heated a skillet with some coconut oil and dropped them right in. A couple of minutes on each side until their brown. Yum!! I did sprinkle them with salt as soon as they came out of the pan but next time I think I’ll add some spices before they go into the pan.
Right after lunch I headed out to meet Kim and Teri for pedicures. I have no idea why I don’t have one picture of this but I promise it happened. We tried out a place that we had never been to before and really liked it.
It’s hard to believe we’re already almost half way through the program! I’m definitely starting to notice my pants fitting better and yesterday I put a fleece on and noticed right away that it wasn’t as snug as usual.
Day 13 down – 17 to go! You can find all of my Whole30 posts here.