This week has been fantastic so far, filled with delicious food, and most importantly, good friends!

We had a house full of females on Monday night for the Bachelor. I only watch the first and the last episode, but nothing in between. It’s all about efficiency ๐Ÿ˜‰ I did a better job documenting Monday’s eats, so here they are!

Breakfast

Although it looks the same,  I actually have been switching up my breakfast.

3/4 cup greek yogurt, 1/2 cup Keifr, 1/2 tbsp honey, 3/4 cup frozen berries. (And stevia, if needed.)

Lunch

Brown rice, black beans, peppers & onions, corn salsa, tomato salsa, guacamole, and lettuce. (Perfection.)

G-love and I went to Chipotle on Sunday night, so I took the leftovers to work on Monday. I think my co-workers were jealous, because everyone knows Chipotle is the best. (This is the original picture, because leftovers aren’t as pretty.) Also, did you know you can get free chips and salsa if you check in at Chipotle on Foursquare on weekends in March? It’s true.

Afternoon Snack

The lovely ladies at the Barre company sent me some sample bars to try! I’ve had both the Black Cherry and the Cinnamon Pecan flavors. The Cinnamon pecan was my favorite! If you’re looking for an all natural snack bar, these are great!

My picture was from my iphone and it was ugly. So please allow me to use that one from the Barre website.

Dinner

I finally tried kabocha squash! I sliced it open, scooped out the seeds, smeared it with a bit of Smart Balance Light and roasted it in the oven at 350 for about 40 minutes. Then I filled it with Trader Joe’s Organic Vegetable Lentil Soup. This was super filling and packed with protein and fiber! I wish I had discovered this before the warm weather hit! This would warm you up from the inside out!

[TMI] Evening Tea

Well, this tea speaks for itself…

But this tea really does taste great! I picked it up at the Japanese supermarket, while I was grabbing the squash. It’s really just regular tea, but I like it a lot. (*Unpictured- the wine that came before the tea.*)

Have you ever had kabocha squash?