The convenience of overnight oats has saved me on a number of occasions. They've become a Wednesday ritual for me, since I'm up at the @$$ crack of dawn to coach my morning MADabolic class.
Soup season is upon us! ......Even though it's still pretty warm here in NC, I'm rolling with it. I'm a big fan of this soup - very hearty, warming, and easily protein-rich if you just throw some shredded chicken in there. Better yet, whip this up in your pressure cooker for a no-nonsense, nutrient-rich meal. If you don't have an instant pot, just cook it all up in a big pot and let it simmer for about 45 minutes before blending.
Good LAWD I can't get enough of this dish. I've been crushing it post workout lately and adding some shredded chicken in, but it's legit anytime. It's bright, it's fresh, and feels indulgent AF. When I'm looking to add in more fats to my day, I love adding some sliced avocado to the bowl as well. Or, consider adding a couple of poached or fried eggs on top and make a nutritious, satiating breakfast bowl! Dig in, my friends.
Just because I'm all about a big bowl of oats doesn't mean I can't be all about a big bowl of n'oats too. I also realize that I need to cater to my oat/grain/gluten-intolerant followers too. Not trying to be a selfish heaux and only post things that I can eat. We are all different, and some of you tragically don't digest oats well...BUT the good news is, if you fall in this camp, you can still enjoy a fat bowl of oatless oatmeal.
You know that delicious ginger-y/miso-y/carrot-y salad dressing you order with your salad at Japanese steak houses? And likely ask for extra? This is that. Simple, fresh, clean, and oh-so tasty. Put it on your salad, marinate your chicken in it, drizzle it over a grain bowl...it's surprisingly versatile.
These are my low carb sandwich saving grace. On a training day, I'm all about filling a couple slices of the good stuff with meats and cheeses and spreads (Ezekiel's sesame and cinnamon raisin loaves are my jam); but on a non-training/recovery day, I usually scale down the carbs in favor of fueling up on yummy fats.