Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Better Safe than Sorry!

I just read that they had Obama retake the Oath of Office, just in case the words were mixed up. I must say that only lawyers would try to argue that the president wasn't the president because he switched a couple of words in the presidential oath. Well I guess in this situation, it is better safe than sorry.

I have loved having smoothies for breakfast, so I'm sorry to bore you with another.

For my morning snack I had almond butter and an apple.

Around lunch time I met my husband for a tall nonfat latte. After spending time chatting with my husband, I returned to my office for my lunch. I had frozen vegetables, a Boca burger, and some bruchetta from Trader Joe's. While this was a yummy lunch, the work microwave made some parts super hot and other parts still a little frozen.

For my afternoon snack I had some almonds and some sugar-snap peas.

When I got home I had some fruit, while dinner was cooking.

For dinner I made mini impossible pies, some roasted asparagus, potatoes, and yams. I loved how the mini impossible pies turned out.
2/3 cup Heart Healthy Bisquick
3/4 cup egg whites
1/2 cup skim milk
spinach
mushrooms
salt and pepper
I used a 6 count muffin tin. I mixed all of the ingredients together and then poured them in the muffin tin, which I sprayed well with cooking spray. I sprinkled a little cheese on the top of each. Then I baked in a preheated oven at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.
Here is the close up of the mini impossible pies.


I may go snack on some more fruit. Goodnight:)

3 comments:

VeggieGirl said...

I drink 3 protein shakes/smoothies everyday, so I NEVER get tired of seeing your beautiful smoothie creations!! :-)

eatingbender said...

So funny about Obama, I didn't know that!

Smoothies are never boring because they inspire me to make more of them, which I should be doing!

Love those little pies! They look amazing!

HangryPants said...

The mini muffins looks great.

I saw that about the oath! This time though there was only print media allowed in.