Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Lurkers?

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So apparently, this week is National de-lurking week! I'm a big big lurker myself so I'll have to make an effort and comment more! But if you're reading this: leave a comment! Anything!

7 comments:

kate-the-enabler said...

Loyal Lurker KTE here to appreciate you out loud. I thoroughly enjoyed your sock advent calendar, and am following your new years plans with a lot of interest. Perhaps we can meet too, in 2010... :)

Mel said...

I'll delurk as well! Enjoying reading about your food goals! And appreciating the more frequent postings :)

jeloca said...

Ok oatmeal can be yummy! Don't use the Quaker instant stuff. Buy the big yellow bag of oats, like you'd use for cookies.

Yum #1-
1c oats
1c milk (or vanilla almond milk)
1 packet Splenda (optional)
cinnamon to taste
banana, sliced
shredded coconut (optional)
1 scoop vanilla protein powder (optional)

-mix all but pp, microwave for 1 min. Stir, microwave for 1 more min. Stir in pp if desired. Eat. Yum.

Yum #2
1c oats
1c milk
1 tbsp cocoa powder
(or 1 c chocolate milk or almond milk)
1 tbsp peanut or other nut butter
cinnamon if desired
splenda if desired
1 scoop vanilla or chocolate protein powder if desired

-mix all but pp, microwave 1 min, stir then heat another min. stir in pp if using. Tastes like Reese's PB cups

Both of these recipes are from my nutritional program's recipe book, and are designed to give you your protein, your good fats, your carbs for the meal. Add some veggies on the side for balance if you want and you've got a perfect meal that is crazy yummy.

(Seriously, when I did my 6mo plan I thought it was cheating to get to eat that for breakfast after a workout, it's that good).

You can also mix a handful of frozen or fresh berries and some brown sugar into the oatmeal.

It doesn't have to be bland!

Clumsy Knitter said...

I may not always comment, but I always read! Hello!

Karine said...

Hola!

Jenny said...

I'm coming out of the closet as a lurker. First met you from the old TF and you inspired me to learn to knit. Now I'm addicted to that and Ravelry and no longer need TF! Yay!

Tara said...

I don't lurk, baby! :)