Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Days 2 & 3

I am craving cookies! Haha- but I am still going strong. On day 2 I woke up and had 2 scrambles eggs and 2 links of chicken sausage for breakfast. For lunch I had leftover Paleo tacos, a few plantain chips and  a laughing giraffe almond snack. For dinner we planned on Paleo Burgers- but after CrossFit last night some of our friends invited us to Korean BBQ and we could not resist! It was delicious. 

Yes, that is an egg in the middle of vegetables, spicy pork and I got a side of beef. I really wanted a glass of wine- but I stuck to water.

Day 3- I had another laughing giraffe almond snack for breakfast and leftover Korean BBQ for lunch- along with another snack & plantain chips. Tonight I want to make the burgers or the Spinach Chicken that I already have planned. I have a lot of things to make today before the veggies and meat go bad! I will post some more pictures later of whatever I end up making after I get home :)

I am home! I cooked the turkey patties and made the Broccoli slaw. I will post a picture of the slaw tomorrow- or when we eat some. When I got home I was starving for some reason so I made an avocado/tomato salad with some lemon juice & a dash of salt and pepper.

I also had a a tiny handful of some nuts. I have been really exhausted today and have had a small headache. I think it is a lack of sugar and caffeine. Before we started the challenge we were eating WAY too much sugar and drinking WAY too much caffeine. So it makes sense I have a headache and have been absolutely exhausted. Hopefully, in a few days the headache and exhaustion will subside!! But until then I will suck it up. After I ate the salad and took an accidental nap I woke up and it was time to figure out dinner. So we decided on the Spinach Chicken.




For this Recipe you will need: 
1 rotisserie chicken 
1 onion 
1 bag of spinach 
garlic 
butter 
olive oil 
salt & pepper 


This is a very quick and easy recipe. I was too tired to make anything fancy. We grabbed a cooked chicken from a place called Zankou and threw this together in abut 15 minutes. I started by sauteing the onion and garlic in a pan- with olive oil and a little butter- until the onions became soft. While I was doing this Matt pulled apart the chicken.
Then I slowly added the spinach- handful by handful- until it cooked and finally added the chicken and its juices- stirred and finished it off with some salt and pepper. 

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