13 April 2011

Superfood Study Break


Superfood Banana Date Yogurt Parfait


Mixed 1 Tbsp Greens+ Smoothie Powder with 1 cup Plain Yogurt atop 1/2 
cup Shredded Wheat topped with 1 ripe Banana and 3 large Medjool Dates


After Breakfast, I hit the books. This week has been insane, scrambling to 
retain over 200 pages of Physiology, Anatomy, Sports Science and Fitness
 Material in less than 1 week! But I know all the stress will payoff in the end


Pinto Bean and Salmon Salad for Lunch


... with a Light Cream Cheese Dressing


1 can Raincoast Trading Wild Salmon, 1/2 cup Eden Pinto Beans, 3-4 cups 
Spring Mix Lettuce Greens, 1/3 cup Alfalfa Sprouts and 1 Tbsp Green Capers


The Dressing: 2 Tbsp Light Cream Cheese, 2 Tbsp Lemon Juice, 
1 Tbsp Red Wine Vinegar, 2 tsp Dijon Mustard, 2 tsp Nutritional 
Yeast, 1/2 tsp Cayenne Pepper and a pinch Black Pepper


Then back to studying before (flash forward) to Dinner...


HUGE Sweet Potato! Baked @ 405 Fahrenheit for 80-90 minutes


Stuffed with Tofu and Vegetables :)


Firm Tofu mixed with Tomato, Broccoli, Green Beans, Kale, Onions and Salsa


Not as pretty looking as my last Tofu Stuffed Sweet Potato


Question: Does anyone else still use these popular 

25 comments:

Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen said... [reply]

Heck yeah! I love those dishes! Your eats look like perfect fuel!

Kath (My Funny Little Life) said... [reply]

My brain always needs good food (and lots of sleep!) when I have to learn a lot! You'll rock the 200 pages! :D

Holly @ The Runny Egg said... [reply]

Yes we have those dishes too!

That sweet potato is MASSIVE -- looks delicious!

Bethany said... [reply]

Yep. My mom has a whole stash of those dishes. I was wondering why yours looked so familiar haha.

Felicia said... [reply]

yes!! i JUST used mine in a quinoa casserole! all your food looks fabulous, good luck with studying, it'll be over before you know it!

blueeyedheart said... [reply]

Ha, so funny that you asked that question -- before I saw it, I thought, I have that dish!

<3 <3

Kara said... [reply]

I'm pretty sure I have the same dish, but the lid is missing. I inherited it from my great-grandma. Too funny how some things are EVERYWHERE!

And that salad looks amazing. Now I'm craving salmon!

Amy B @ Second City Randomness said... [reply]

I've definitely still got the old school casserole dishes. I like to think they give my cooking some character. ;)

the actor's diet said... [reply]

my momma had those corningware! no longer though

Jenny said... [reply]

Your parfaits are amazing, all the time :D

damnthefreshman15 said... [reply]

Talk about delicious brain food! Best of luck with all of your studies!

Nelly said... [reply]

i have been meaning to stuff a sweet potato, thanks for reminding me to stuff it...ha!

the salad sounds so yummy!

thanks for taking the time out of studying to share these awesome recipes!

Tori said... [reply]

Hey! Thanks for including me on the blog roll! You're like my fellow sweet potato loving blog friend ;)
As in I'm pretty sure we could eat everyone under the table at a sweet potato eating contest! Lol!

Julia said... [reply]

Funny, I just discovered one of those vintage baking dishes in the cabinet a few days ago - and immediately proceeded to bake my oatmeal in it, of course!

And your superfood looks... super! ;)

Natalie said... [reply]

holy smokes that is one delicious looking stuffed potato!! yum. my family definitely owns that EXACT same corningware baking dish haha

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

I love the retro casserole dish!!!

Tine said... [reply]

Gosh, I like the amount of vegetables!
Can't get enough!

Christin@purplebirdblog said... [reply]

I have one of those Corningware dishes... I love it!! :)

adventuresofvegirl.com said... [reply]

Oh my gosh, that dish looks like some we have! Or had... I think my mom has them in a pile to get rid of. I should tell her- maybe we could sell them for a fortune. Then I could buy truckloads of gluten-free oats!

Yeah right...

Judith, said... [reply]

omg, looks delicious!xx

Carrie said... [reply]

Yes, I have some of those dishes!!! I got them out of my grandma's kitchen when she moved last year. I love how much character they have. :)

melonshots said... [reply]

i love those dishes! everything looks amazing <3

LauraJayne said... [reply]

My grandmother has these dishes - and I adore them! They always seem to be the perfect size! I love good glassware for baking - I'm always needing more!

The sweet potato looks amazing - I've been craving one all week - I like to put baked beans and coleslaw on mine, or even just salsa!

Morgan @ Life After Bagels said... [reply]

yes I totally still use those

we have three sizes, but none of them have lids :(

Heidi - Apples Under My Bed said... [reply]

That is one huge sweet potato, lady! Love your eats for the day. Oh so pretty :)
Heidi xo

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