My Monday Meals 17.02.14



Jordans Super Fruity Granola with Greek yoghurt, blueberries, strawberries and a drizzle of honey. I don’t often have this for breakfast as I tend to have cereal with semi-skimmed or toast but my husband had bought some Manuka honey recently and for some reason it made me crave this. Every morning I will heat Alpro soya milk in the microwave (as I don’t have an aeroccino) and add a large shot of Nespresso. Today I went for the Dulsão do Brasil which is one of my husband’s favourite flavours. I then had a cup of Clipper’s Organic Wild Berry herbal teas.


Beef burrito

As it is half term, Andy was off work and we had lunch in Mission Burrito, Bath. I chose a beef burrito with gucamole, sour cream and cheese. I’m not sure if you can tell from the photo, but it was pretty big and I couldn’t finish it all. My drink was a fizzy mandarin flavour Jarritos.




Sorry about the picture quality. I was so hungry when I took this that I couldn’t wait to eat it! That’s why there aren’t that many carrots in the photo too. I had lamb with tenderstem broccoli, mangetout, green beans, boiled potatoes and gravy. Oh and the carrots of course!



An almond and apricot flavoured Eat Natural yoghurt bar with a cup of decaf PG Tips tea. As I’ve mentioned before, I’m trying to cut down on caffeine as I drink quite a lot. I decided to buy a pack of decaf tea as a few of my friends are pregnant so I knew that it would get used before it started to lose it’s freshness.

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4 thoughts on “My Monday Meals 17.02.14

  1. You eat really well! The kinds of food you eat on an average day pales in comparison to mine :O But it’s very, very, very nice to see someone like you who shows no shame in eating, yet tries to eat healthily. Seems like you feel hungry a lot! 🙂

    1. Maybe we can do a special guest post of my Monday meals featuring you…? I would be interested to know what you eat in a day. I’m sure it’s not that bad.
      It’s my husband who makes me eat healthy food but yes, I love food! I am also hungry a lot. Just the thought of my dinner makes my mouth water.
      I think cooking has always been in my blood. One particular memory is of me making pancakes for my parents at seven years old after a family friend bought me a children’s cookery book. At my parent’s cafe, I would always be in the kitchen with my mum experimenting. I made bubble and squeak (mashed potato and cabbage) with bacon and melted cheese when I was ten.

      1. Who doesn’t get hungry a lot? There’s so many kinds of cuisine around us today, tempting us to try them. I have to keep a watch on my intake of food, though, since I get stomach ulcers easily. Which makes for an interesting diet.

        Wow, you learnt to cook from a young age. You must have learnt a lot over the years with all that practising in the kitchen, and today can make some impressive dishes (which I want to see!).

        I’m very flattered at the suggestion of being a guest poster on your blog. I don’t mind at all, but it really is up to you if you’d like me to. Chuck me a tweet on Twitter if you’re keen 🙂

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