Recently, I went to my cabin in the mountains. It’s been in my family for almost 100 years, so needless to say, it holds a special place in my heart. We have limited space in the fridge, so we stock up on certain foods. I thought it would be interesting to show you what I eat there, because it’s a little different then my “normal” meals at home!
Breakfast: My mom and I go on hikes (around ten miles usually) each day while we’re at the cabin. I like to eat a light breakfast and then eat something 1/2 way through the hike. I found some of these Kashi Cinnamon Squares that my aunt brought, so I added some diced banana with it and some coconut milk. Not a huge cereal person, but it was pretty good!
Hiking Snack: GoMacro sent me some mini’s a while back, and I’m still using them. I love them for these situations, because they give me fuel without being extremely full. Today I had the Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip flavor, which I think is my favorite one out of them all!
Post Hike Snack: Never tried 2% yogurt, but I think I’m hooked. It’s so creamy and filling, but I think I prefer the tartness of 0%. I’ll defiantly be picking some up soon!
Lunch: I brought my own coconut flour and oats, and we bought some eggs and bananas before going to the mountain. I whipped up my favorite coconut floor pancakes (posting the recipe soon!!) and I added some Purely Elizabeth granola and extra banana.
Afternoon Snack: My aunt found these quinoa chips at Costco, and my family devoured them that week. They were delicious, and had such a great flavor to it. I had some of those along with carrots and hummus + dijon mustard (obsessed) for dipping. I neeeeeddd to get these chips back in my life.
Dinner: Dinner was almost the same every night- bed of greens, quinoa, tofu (couldn’t find tempeh at the store and I almost cried to be honest), roasted brussel sprouts, avocado, and a bit of cheese. I discovered I actually like tofu on this trip, and even though tempeh owns my heart, I will be buying it again. This meal took almost no time, and I only needed a toaster oven to bake the veggies and brussel sprouts. Which means more time to read and watch Harry Potter!! (Cabin traditions 😉 )
Hope you all enjoyed, and realized it’s easy to eat healthy when away on trips.
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