|It was bad; I ate 7 months worth of desserts in 2 weeks!|
I was really excited to try this whole grain naan and beet hummus when I saw them at the store, and they did not disappoint. I like beets, but if you don't like them this hummus is not for you (if you are trying to like them, start putting just a few slices in your smoothies and you won't even notice). I used to make my own hummus and bean dips often, and need to get back to that.
It would have been better to get a photo of the actual wrap, but I woofed it down and it was amazing. I don't think I've ever had anything Amy's brand that I didn't like, but I wish it was cheaper.
Chicken curry from our favorite nearby Chinese restaurant. Their portions are so big I got two meals out of this, which is rare and really saying something.
Fish tacos on a work trip. I need to make these at home so I can make them healthier with whole wheat tortillas and brown rice, but for a restaurant meal this wasn't the worst.
Salmon is always winning (see also butternut squash and fresh green beans).
Date rolls with almonds and coconut are really great when I crave sweets, which is all of the time currently.
Baked potatoes are always a staple in my diet, and I like to experiment with different toppings. This one has black olives, parsley, and nutritional yeast (immunity boost!). I once read that a white potato has more potassium than a banana so they are really good for runners.
This isn't a craving, but I wanted to include it because I think these have been instrumental in keeping me healthy through the winter cold and flu season.
These are fantastic tea flavors. I add a splash of almond milk. These are both caffeinated, but at work they stocked a de-caf cinnamon variety that got me through my caffeine tapers before CIM and Houston.