Weekly Eats and Workouts 12/29.

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Hello there! After a nice holiday break from blogging, I’m happy to be back at it today. After a crazy week with family dinners and celebrations, I’m ready to get back to a normal routine, both with food and with life in general. So, today I’m showing you my last grocery shop, meal plan and workout recap of 2013!

Produce

Produce

 

  • baby carrots
  • plantain (curiosity has gotten the best of me…)
  • green beans
  • butternut squash
  • bananas
  • red onion

Proteins/Dairy

Proteins

 

  • eggs
  • egg whites

Grains/Freezer

Grains/Freezer

 

  • chicken nuggets
  • bagels
  • whole wheat pasta
  • frozen meals

Pantry/Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

  • pasta sauce
  • canned mushrooms
  • white beans x 2
  • hummus

Weekly Meal Plan

 

Sunday: pasta with turkey bolognese
Monday: pork chops, roasted veggies
Tuesday: leftovers/easy meal/out
Wednesday: beef stir fry
Thursday: tuna melts
Friday: Jessica’s white chicken quinoa chili
Saturday: date night

Weekly Workouts

Sunday: Interval Box
Monday: Hot yoga
Tuesday: full body weights
Wednesday: off
Thursday: TRX
Friday: off
Saturday: Extreme Circuit

I actually ended up getting in more workouts over Christmas then I thought I would have – I was feeling it, so I just went with it. But I definitely took Christmas off; I’ve spent too many Christmas mornings forcing myself to get in a treadmill run, so I now I jut avoid Christmas workouts in general. And after the business of the Christmas season, I declared Friday a pajama day and refused to do anything constructive. You just need those days once in a while Wink

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

<— How should I cook my plantain?

<— Canned or dry beans? I’ve never actually tried cooking beans at home, I always go for canned.

<— Were you able to get at least one completely lazy day in over the holidays?

<— Who still has a ton of leftovers to eat? 

23 Comments

  1. Ah yes! Plantains! They are the best. Yours is really ripe already so I wouldn’t waste anymore time popping that thing in the oven. My favorite way to cook them is to peel it, slice it into discs, coat in cinnamon and unsweetened coconut flakes, and bake at 385 for about 30ish minutes, flipping half-way though!
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  2. Totally second Rebecca’s way to cook plantains! If you have leftovers, you can also mash them and use for oatmeal or pancakes….
    Canned beans. I cooked beans before and it takes FOR.EV.ER.
    Sounds like such a nice christmas week! I love lazy days without any duties or proper clothes
    Lucie@FitSwissChick recently posted..Random FridayMy Profile

  3. Welcome back! I have never had plantains. They look like bananas… do they taste the same?? Do you have to cook them or can you just bite into them like a banana? I’m sure you will give us the full report.
    Megan @ Meg Go Run recently posted..I have another challenge for you! PUSH YOURSELF.My Profile

  4. Oooo you’ll have to let me know how the plantain is! I’ve been pretty curious about them too, but they look like bananas on crack, aka — intimidating. What Rebecca suggested sounds pretty amazing, though.

    And after having cooked beans from scratch a handful of times, I pretty much always go for the canned kind. Cooking dry beans takes HOURS, and they don’t always come out right, so nuts to that…
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  5. OMG i love plantains…..I make them into pancakes (using two eggs and a tablespoon of coconut flour), or I cut them into chunks, roll around in coconut oil and cinnamon and bake them for about 15-20 mins on 400. They are such a yummy starch!!
    Andrea @Pencils and Pancakes recently posted..Merry Christmas 2013My Profile

  6. I got approximately 7 lazy days in over the holidays haha. Got back yesterday and hit the gym which felt great but now I’m so sore the thought of going again seems like torture! Everything sounds delish Sam
    Davida @ The Healthy Maven recently posted..8 Tricks to Stick To Your ResolutionsMy Profile

    • haha I know what you mean! I took a TRX class for the first time in a while on Thursday, and I felt like I got hit by a truck Friday morning. Intense.

  7. I like my plantains fried in coconut oil and served with Cuban black beans and coconut rice!

    Lazy days over Christmas are definitely a must – especially ON Christmas. That is a day fully devoted to family time and eating.
    Chelsea @ Chelsea’s Healthy Kitchen recently posted..Christmas 2013My Profile

  8. Good to see you back blogging. No kabocha????

  9. I think I find the most random bits of your pictures to lol at- ‘Style Pub’ chicken nuggets? I’ve had pub style but not that kind.

    I also think Amanda and I should boycott this blog until you get onto coconut flour. Who are you?

    And PS- My 2014 goal with the sprinkles blog is to be inappropriate in EVERY single comment. Your fault ever since you mentioned it.
    Arman @ thebigmansworld recently posted..Spill it, Sundays #5- Events of 2013My Profile

  10. Glad to have you back!
    Matt @ Runner Savvy recently posted..Goals For 2014My Profile

  11. I’ve never done hot yoga, but it seems like a lot of fun! (As do all of your workouts)
    Liz @ Carpe Diem and Run recently posted..Why the Holidays Can Be ToughMy Profile

  12. I’ve always wanted to try plantains but they seem strange…
    Last time I tried cooking beans from scratch, I ended up eating hard beans for dinner…….

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