balsam apple

Fall association
  • Aries: Fading leaves, cool winds, thunderstorms, full moons.
  • Taurus: Short days, sweaters, pumpkin pies, staying in all day.
  • Gemini: Apples, trees waving in the wind, morning fog, street lights.
  • Cancer: Candles, hot chocolate, dark mornings, sunsets.
  • Leo: Red leaves, late sunrises, balsamic moons, apple pies.
  • Virgo: First red leaves, rain, scarves, hot tea.
  • Libra: Big coats, cool air, walks in the forest, colorful leaves.
  • Scorpio: Halloween, pumpkins, black Friday, thanksgiving.
  • Sagittarius: Mushrooms, pumpkin carving, smoking chimneys, lightning.
  • Capricorn: Cloudy days, coffee, busy people at the street, wet benches.
  • Aquarius: Frost, light chains, late fall, coming home from work in rain.
  • Pisces: Kids playing in dead leaves, star gazing, rain, homemade mittens.

anonymous asked:

Will you share whats in your meal prep?? It looks great and I really want to try it but I dont think Im creative enough

Sure! 

Breakfast: 

oatmeal, 1 cup plain nonfat greek yogurt, frozen berry mix (3 days strawberries/blueberries/raspberries/blackberries and 2 days peaches/pomegranate seeds/berries) - I usually blend this with a splash of milk to make a smoothie; tea or coffee

Lunch:

salad with grilled chicken breast, olive oil and balsamic vinegar dressing; apple

Dinner: 

2 Days: Oven roasted chicken breast, zucchini noodles, caribbean jerk bell peppers

1 Day: Oven roasted chicken breast, brown rice, caribbean jerk bell peppers

2 Days: Ground Turkey skillet (ground turkey, mushrooms, butternut squash, broccoli, carrots, 3 kinds of beans) over garlic mashed cauliflower


I have lots of other healthy snacks (granola bars, almonds, pb & apples/veggies, hummus) in case I get hungry but in the past this has definitely kept me full all day. I try to structure dinner like this: protein, veggies, complex carb. Then I can mix and match and I usually just use different seasonings to create different “flavor profiles” (I clearly watch way too much food network). Pinterest has TONS of great ideas, too!

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Ok the major lesson I have learned so far is on a clean diet you can’t buy a ton of groceries in advance. I have spent most of my time trying to eat food before it goes bad. This is a result of that. I had chicken tenders to use, so I combined Balsamic and apple cider vinegars, my steak sauce, rosemary and other spices and set the strips to marinate. I had asparagus, peppers, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, spinach and basil that needed used (no eggplant 😜). I drizzled olive oil over the veggies in a Pyrex bowl, added garlic and set them in the oven at 400 for a half hour. I then sautéed the chicken with the marinade removed the strips and boiled it down into a reduction. Then just put chicken on veggies and top with reduction. For my vegan and pescatarian friends just leave out chicken. Honestly best dish so far. It will be a weekly dish with leftover veggies. Every time someone tells me they could not do a lifestyle as boring as mine I laugh

yo! I’m going to be posting a bunch of everyday healthy + easy recipes from time to time, and put em under the tag “clean eating”, FYI!

this one is soo good. dairy free + grain free + super delish. roasted balsamic cauliflower with apples and bacon

cut ½ head (?? is it a head?) cauliflower into small little cauliflower chunks, and marinate in balsamic vinegar for 20 minutes. then drain all that balsamic outta there cause otherwise it gets too acidic! Slice an apple up reeeal thin and mix it in with cauliflower. put da mixture into a glass baking container and sprinkle with salt + pepper. chop 4 slices of raw bacon (or more slices, it’s up to you) into ½ inch little pieces and sprinkle over the top of the cauliflower/apple mixture and bake at 375 for 30-40 minutes, or until bacon is crispy on da edges!

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