About new year resolutions...I really think we have the capacity to change our habits any time or any day of the year, but I do also know that a year is like a solid block that we grab in the beginning and carve it the best we can until it's end - so the psychological aspect of putting our dreams, plans and new resolutions to a whole new year is still very powerful and will definitely work for some or most of us.
I partnered up with Whole Foods Market 365 to share a "new year new me" full day of eating by creating a menu that could help you to start this January in a simple, delicious and above all, healthy way!
Plus, you already know that I'm all about prepping some food to have in the fridge to keep us from making bad choices and giving us that extra time on a busy work day is also a plus.
This menu is the perfect example of meals that you can just grab from the fridge and eat them right away, with minimal prep!
Before we jump into the recipes let's take a look at the grocery list I did for this full day of eating:
Frozen raspberries 365 Everyday Value
Frozen Blueberries 365 Everyday Value
Maple Syrup 365 Everyday Value
Hazelnut Califa farms creamer
French lentils (I choose the one from the bulk section)
Cold pressed Sweet Green and lemon Juice from Evolution Fresh
Lemon cake Halo Top Ice cream
Chickpeas (I choose the one from the bulk section)
Just to show you how I stretched my $50 gift card, I ended spending less than half of it on these meals! I bought in the ingredients (specially the fruits and veggies) in generous quantities since I use them pretty much every single day.
Berry Yogurt quick parfait and hazelnut cream latte
coconut yogurt (So natural)
Califia farms hazelnut creamer (dairy free)
1. Take the raspberries and blueberries out of the freezer and warm them for a few minutes on a pan until they create a sauce.
2. Add the yogurt into a bowl, add the berries, chopped almonds and maple syrup.
3. Make some coffee and ad some creamer. to create a foamy latte you can mix in in a blender or with a whisk.
Grilled pac choy lentil bowl
1 Pac choy
1 cup cooked French lentils (I choose the one from the bulk section)