wheat tortilla

Своё реальное имя мне тут называть и правда не хочется, но могу сразу сказать, что “Jass” никакого отношения к нему не имеет и происходит оно от имени моего первого ролевого персонажа. Так что, сорри, догадка очень мимо)

Uh… To quote Wikipedia: “A taco is a traditional Mexican dish composed of a corn or wheat tortilla folded or rolled around a filling.” ???

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1. I did some more grocery shopping. 😬 boneless skinless chicken thighs, 2 jars of salsa, 5 bananas, blueberries, rice crisps, a variety bag of chips, French onion soup (100cal a can 😍), asparagus, sliced mushrooms, and whole wheat tortillas.

I’ve never had those rice crisps but I’ve heard good things about them and they’re only 80 cals a bag. The bags of chips are snack sized and will help when I have that salty chip craving. I do better with packaged stuff because it’s already portioned out. 😬 making some salsa Chicken tonight and some baked oatmeal too!

2. I was a busy bee today with meal prep. 🐝 I made salsa Chicken with canned kidney beans and chickpeas and baked oatmeal which looks like death. 😂 the oatmeal was super convenient because I wanted to finish my tub of steel cut oats and I already had all the ingredients, I just had to buy some bananas and blueberries. Half of it is missing because I ate some and then decided it should be cooked for longer lol. The baked oatmeal will be my breakfast this week and the chicken will be my dinner. I feel so much better when i take the time to meal prep. I’m definitely realizing it helps to keep me on track.

3. Dinner was salsa chicken with steamed asparagus and mushrooms. 😍 about 447 calories all together.

Whole wheat tortillas with kidney beans, zucchini, tomato, bell pepper, spring onion, carrot, Vegan tomato & basil cream cheese, avocado, sweet chili sauce and lettuce ♥

werkhardinsilence  asked:

Hey girl! I'm new to tumblr (and the fitness world) but I love your blog! I do love to eat healthy though and your tuna wraps looks delish! I know you posted the ingredients but what are the amounts/type of tuna? I'm looking to meal prep some lunches for this next week :)

Hey thanks! So to make 5-6 (depending on how much your fill them), I used 4 cans of light tuna drained, ½ red bell pepper, ½ red onion, 1 roma tomato, 3-4 tbsp of garlic hummus, & salt/pepper/cilantro to taste! I also used whole wheat tortilla shells. 

The too small tortilla struggle right here, looks like I made too much stuffing. Oh well, eating the first half with a fork was almost as delicious as eating the other half wrapped up.

This is just quinoa, grilled peppers and onion, and black beans mixed with buffalo sauce on a bed of romaine wrapped in a whole wheat tortilla.

The real secret here is to keep quinoa (or rice, etc) cooked in a Tupperware in the fridge. I also keep cooked beans and cut up peppers in there so I can throw together burritos or salads really fast on a school night (law school is a real kick in the ass).

Protein from the beans and complex carbs to keep you energized and thinking clearly.

BREAKFAST: MMMM GIANT BLACK BEAN TACO

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Definitely a heavier breakfast than I normally have but woke up today and was staaarving. One whole wheat tortilla, refried black beans, brown rice, avocado, fresh tomatoes, and super spicy salsa. Safe to say I devoured it and wanted another one immediately after haha. 

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Hey! Haven’t posted in a while… Just haven’t been feeling too inspired to create anything post-worthy, but I got my cast off yesterday (broken wrist) so I should be able to hold and use a knife properly in my hand within a few weeks… maybe then I’ll get back to creating salads and fruity things that actually look appetizing ;).

For now, here’s a couple photos of vegan foods I ate while traveling last week (quick road trip to Utah to watch a mtn bike event, and checked out Zion national park).

Top: lettuce, cabbage, carrot, chia seeds and a ginger-garlic dressing wrapped in a whole wheat tortilla. Ate three of these for 2nd breakfast/lunch one day.

Bottom: the pizza from whole foods I ate later that day for lunch. Just made sure the dough was vegan, and had them hold the cheese and add alllll the veggies!

Note on flour tortillas: they can often contain milk products. Please ask waiters/waitresses/baristas beforehand if their “vegan” sounding wraps are actually vegan. Same goes for pizza dough at cheaper places, like pubs etc.

Breakfast-y wrap!

Yummy like a breakfast burrito but a little lighter and quicker to make! This recipe is made for one, but it is super easy to double! The ingredient list may look a little long but it’s pretty flexible outside the first core ingredients.

Ingredients:

  • large tortillas, plain, wheat, or flavoured
  • handful of lettuce, chopped or not (your preference)
  • 2 hash brown patties (the frozen kind)
  • 2 eggs + a dash of milk
  • sauce, whatever is your favourite
  • cream cheese (optional)
  • sliced tomato (optional)
  • sliced avocado (optional)
  • fried onions (optional)
  • sriracha (optional)

The best part about this is that you can easily make it in the microwave, or on the stove. The only thing that I can’t really imagine doing in the microwave is the onions, but it’s still good without them!

Start by lying out your tortilla on your plate, and adding the cream cheese, lettuce, tomato, and avocado (or whatever combination of non-cooked stuff you have).

If you’re adding fried onions, slice them up and add them to a hot pan with some olive oil. Keep an eye on them and pull them off as soon as they’re to the level of cooked that you like.

Next start microwaving your hash brown patties in a bowl with a little bit of whatever sauce you choose to use on top. Ketchup, bbq sauce, a little bit of soy sauce, whatever. I’ve been using a ginger honey garlic sauce because I’m obsessed with it, but it doesn’t really matter. Microwave for a minute and stir up, so the patties break apart. If it’s still a little frozen, put it back in for 30 second increments until done. Spread this on your wrap. (Note, if you don’t have a microwave, cook these in the oven at 350 degrees F for about 8 or so minutes. Once browned, add to a bowl and break them apart, then add the sauce. They’ll be crispier!)

Next, in the same bowl, add your two eggs and the dash of milk. Mix them up, and either scramble them on the stove or in the microwave. (If you’re a little iffy on either of these methods, try a YouTube search! there’s lots of helpful how-tos for cooking eggs on there.)

Okay! spread that on top of your hash browns! Douse with as much sriracha as you like, and then roll up like a burrito and enjoy! 

(As a final note, it’s soy-free depending on the sauce you use on top of the hash browns, and dairy free if you use non-dairy milk.)