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Thursday, January 8, 2009

moon river...wider than a mile

I am silly and forgot to photograph breakfast and lunch.
Breakfast was a cup of nonfat strawberry banana yogurt and half an iced caramel macchiato. Lunch was an amazing turkey/white sharp cheddar sandwich with honey mustard. I had more homemade hummus with carrots and tomatoes. I will most likely repeat that lunch tomorrow because it was so satisfying. 
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Dinner started with a mixed green salad. I threw in some broccoli slaw and grape tomatoes for variety. I put slivered almonds on mine but Andy didn’t add any to his. At least I don’t think…
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I made asparagus with slivered almonds. For the sauce; I mixed up lemon juice, marsala wine, balsamic vinegar, sea salt, olive oil and smashed garlic cloves in a pan and heated it up.
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I made more ice cream in the ice cream maker tonight. I used a regular old strawberry frozen yogurt recipe for the base and then completely improvised the rest
Here’s my recipe
1 bag frozen strawberries
1 pint blackberries.
(I nuked the frozen strawberries for 30 seconds just to thaw them out a bit. Then I put the berries in a food processor until well blended.)
Took 1 cup non-fat milk with 2/3 sugar and 2 tsp cornstarch and simmered it in a pan for 2 minutes.
Added the berry mixture and 1 cup lowfat plain yogurt. Stirred it up and poured it into the freezer bowl and whirred it around for 25 minutes in the ice cream maker.
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While simmering.
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The almost finished product. Now it’s freezing for 2 hours so we can eat it.
Of course it does not compare to the banana split that I “split” with my best friend last night.
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We did not finish it. It was disgustingly huge. And probably not something I should have eaten while on a diet. But ya know sometimes it happens. Dessert just happens. Thank god I own an ice cream maker. I’d much rather make my own thing. So much healthier.

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1 Comments:

At January 25, 2009 at 10:02 AM , Blogger Kelly said...

The asparagus and ice cream Sunday both look amazing!

 

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