Salmon Fail, Rotisserie Chicken Saves the Meal

Ahhh, back to my routine. Although, I have gotten away from the routine of eating a big hearty breakfast, I have found if I have a small snack breakfast before my morning workout, I don’t get cramps and I have more energy. This morning, I had half of a banana smeared with peanut butter, and a cup of coffee:

Then, after an awesome run and shoulder workout, I refueled with and extra green smoothie:

Lots of spinach in this baby!

More veggies for lunch please:

Salad with carrots, tomatoes, broccoli, cauliflower, cucumber, potatoes, and black beans.

Dinner was a quick fix, but unfortunate fail. I had this frozen salmon;

Either it was just old, or perhaps I have thawed it and re froze before. Either way, it was not edible. Luckily, I had some rotisrrerie chicken leftover, Out with the salmon, in with the chicken:

With veggies, brown rice, and tarter sauce…yep on the chicken, why not?

Dessert was so good, it was almost highjacked by kitties with a sweet tooth:

Publix raspberry elegance cake is the best!!!

Clean Eating Crab Cakes

I usually avoid ordering crab cakes in a restaurant. Oftentimes they have much more fat and calories than you would think. Fortunately, Clean Eating Magazine has a lighter version of the recipe that tastes, (in my opinion) just as good, even better actually.

I split the recipe in half and it made 4 good size cakes:

I served my crab cakes with brown rice and steamed broccoli and there were lots of mmmm’s going on:

What a yummy dinner!
Lunch was the last over my leftover lettuce wrap filling, wrapped up in a whole wheat tortilla, with a side of carrots and tomatoes drowning in yogurt ranch dressing.

Breakfast was a green smoothie.
Another yummy healthy day!
Well, maybe the dessert wasn’t so healthy, but it sure was yummy:

Publix raspberry elegance cake, my favorite!