This has been my ride to work for the last week. My husband’s car is in the shop so he has been using mine. So my recreational vehicle has become my main vehicle. I will be the first to admit it, I am a fair weather rider. Well this past week I have ridden in a light sprinkle and 45 degree weather. It was not that bad, but the second I get my car back I am going to rejoice. It’s hard packing all I need for the day in those little side bags. Okay pity part is over.
Oats in a jar or OIAJ, for breakfast.
Added all my favorites, chia seeds, soy milk, nut butter and cinnamon.
Came home to this amazing delight. Popchips sent me a case of there Chili Lime Popchips. I love them, they are such a great company. They were a Blend Retreat sponsor and rewarded any of the attendees with a 30 day supply for blogging about our experience with popchips. Well that was easy for me, I loved them, I cannot get enough of them.
The chili lime flavor is both spicy hot and sweet, so much flavor, I think popchips are going to be a staple snack in my house from now on.
Such a satisfying healthy snack. Did I mention that they are all natural flavors and ingredients.
Then I got to dinner. Really excited to try a new recipe for kale.
My little kid, Killian loves him some kale. He loves any green leafy vegetable, well he love all veggies.
Side dish of couscous.
So this recipe for sautéed Kale is easy, it softens it and takes the bitter bite right out.
Cook the onions and garlic with some olive oil, about 5 minutes. Then add the kale and a 1/2 cup of vegetable broth and let it simmer for 10-15 minutes stirring as needed.
Grilled some chicken breasts.
Put it all together and sprinkled with feta cheese, and dig in.
Love eating on the deck, makes the work week fade away.
Here a Greatest Hits Look Back on a series of Kale posts I have done. Sell you on Kale. Accidents Happen. With a side of Kale. Pancakes or Eggs. Anticipation. Keeping up with Kale. Also check out a post that my friend Tamara did over at Wild Blue Wonder for Tofu Kale Triangles.
Wishing you a happy weekend!
Question of the Day: How have you used Kale? Or does seeing recipes for Kale make you want to try it?