You guys Sriracha Hummus is a thing and it’s SO good!!!
And yes I did take a bite out of my wrap before I took this pic.. You see I hadn’t planned on blogging about this until I tried this and realized it might just be my favorite new lunch!!!!
If you like sriracha and hummus and you live near Trader Joe’s then run there right now and get some of this right away!!!
Okay enough of my raving here is the recipe:
- One 100% whole wheat tortilla
- Sriracha Hummus
- Sliced Turkey
- Sliced Cucumber
- Sliced Red Pepper
- Feta Cheese
- 1 Tsp Red wine vinegar (optional)
- Pepper to taste (optional)
Lay out your tortilla and spread some hummus on one side. Arrange your turkey, spinach, sliced red pepper, cucumber and sprinkle with feta. I sprinkled about a teaspoon of red wine vinegar over every thing and added some cracked pepper before I rolled up my wrap.
That’s it! Enjoy!
Fit & Fabulous February: Day 15
- Workout: 2miles on the elliptical
- Breakfast: Blueberry Oatmeal
- Snack: Cheese stick and roasted seaweed
- Lunch: Sriracha Hummus Turkey Wrap
- Snack: Greek Yogurt
- Dinner: Greek Grilled Chicken Salad
- Water Intake: 32oz
Thoughts: So I
might totally cheated this weekend while out with friends and indulged in a milkshake and fries at like 10pm. And you know what while it tasted good going down I felt so sick afterward. Needless to say lesson learned.
OK so if you have been following my blog you know I am in the middle of a
diet lifestyle adjustment. Cookies are my weakness and it probably wasn’t the smartest decision to bake a plate of temptation like this. But my 3 year old absolutely loves baking and Target had these cute heart shaped cookie cut-outs, I mean what was I supposed to do ;).
A few months ago I found the most amazing sugar cookie recipe!! here. You do not have to refrigerate the dough and she mentions a little trick so the cookies won’t loose their shape in the oven. She freezes the dough for ten minutes on the cookie sheets before putting them in the oven. I mean if that is a common trick how come no one has shared that with me? For years my cookies have been coming out of the oven three times the size they were supposed to be! Anyways,the cookies are perfectly sweet, with a hint of almond and melt in your mouth. I love them. I’m not sure I will ever do sugar cookies any other way!
For the frosting I used white chocolate melts. then dipped the cookies in the white chocolate. For the different colors just separate the melted chocolate and add food coloring. Please Note: the food coloring does make the melted chocolate thicker (don’t know why) and causes it to harden quicker. So you will need to work a little fast
And in case you were wondering yes I might of had one or two of the smaller cookies 🙂
One of my favorite 4th of July traditions is festive desserts! It so much fun to make red, white and blue treats the whole family can enjoy. These Festive Shortcake Skewers (try saying that five times fast) are a fun twist on strawberry shortcake. It was so simple, I also made a sweet cream cheese dip to with it!
For the Skewers:
Angle Food Cake
cake pop sticks
Sweet Cream Cheese Dip:
16oz plain cream cheese
3 Tbsp Honey
1 Tbsp cinnamon
Thread cake pop sticks with pieces of cake, strawberries and blueberries.
in a bowl combine cream cheese, cinnamon and honey until smooth.
And there you have it! So easy, so fun and so yummy!!
So I’m kinda obsessed with making my own Breakfast Smoothies! First of all they are quick and delicious. Also its a great way to sneak some veggies in not only my diet, but my husband and two year old both love them! This recipe is one of our favorites! A green smoothie that taste like a Pina Colada! Yum!
In a blender combine all of the following:
- I cup frozen pineapple
- 1/2 of a banana
- I cup non fat coconut or vanilla flavored Greek yogurt
- I cup raw spinach
- 1 cup Tropicana Farm Stand Orange and Pineapple (this is not necessary but highly recommended!)
- 1 cup of coconut milk or almond milk
- 2 tablespoons either chia seeds or flax seed
- 1 teaspoon coconut extract
Serve and enjoy! 🙂