My week started oh so well, when I tripped and fell down the stairs spilling my pancakes and breaking my favorite plate. The mellow yellow favorite plate.
But sadly I didn’t have to wake up for practice this morning. So I woke up at 9 and made peanut flour pancakes. Then topped with chocolate pb2 and Fage yogurt.
I learned, yesterday while watching The Great Baker, the worst thing someone can say after eating something peanut buttery is “man I need some milk.” So that’s why I topped with Fage, so I didn’t need any milk hehe.
I went to the gym for an easy 6.5 mile run and some more core exercises. My core is becoming a bit weak lately (and thus my butterfly kicks are suffering boo). I could also catch up on Say Yes to The Dress from 11-11:30, which is my favorite show to run too. Although most things on TLC have got my heart.
For lunch, I went and had a Hollywood Hill wrap at the union. The wrap was a basil based wrap, with rice, chicken and chedder cheese. Also included was mayonnaise but I asked for none of that. Mayonaise and Hollie just do not and will not ever get along.
Plus salad number nine. This was a salad inspired by Chick-fil-a’s fruit salad. I had spinach, grape tomatoes, pineapple, maderin oranges with carrot shreads and a bit of feta cheese.
Then I went to swim practice. It isn’t hard this week like I said earlier since a lot of people can’t make it due to exams and exams schedules.
I got done with practice in about an hour and forty five minutes. It was nice to just relax and stare at nothing versus studying for a while.
Then for dinner Aram and I made biscuits and gravy. I stole the recipe off of the carbquick box for the gravy mix and used a standard packaged mix for the corn muffins.
(hehe and you thought I was going to have pancakes for dinner didn’t you?)
These are my kind of recipes so easy.
1 cup sour cream
1 cup water
¼ cup carbquick
This is what I used:
1 ¾ cup Greek yogurt
1 cup water
1/3 cup Carbquick
1 tsp garlic salt
1 tsp onion powder
1 cup ground sausage
Add everything and boil for about 3-4 minutes. Just enough to warm it up.
If I had thought about it earlier-I might have added sautéed mushrooms into the mixture.
Question for you:
Do you have any interesting Greek yogurt recipes under your belt?