After an amazingly warm welcome last week I am back with my second WIAW post. I disovered a ton of new blogs by reading through the other WIAW posts and can’t wait to catch up on everyone’s eat later today. Again, this is a recap of yesterday’s eats 😉
Next up was my morning green smoothie. I would have usually made something more substantial but I wanted to get an early morning workout in. So, I blended 100ml water, 100ml coconut milk, 2 handfuls of spinach, about 15 blueberries, 1/2 banana and chia seeds to this yummy green creation. Topped off with desiccated coconut.
After my workout and a shower I was starving. Since I had to be out of the door soon after I only had time to have a bowl of mango. Yummy!
I had time to come home for lunch and prepared a nice spread of greens. Mixed salad with a side of whole wheat rolls which I brought back from Austria.
I spread 1/2 an avocado on top and had some chicken breast with it. Nothing fancy, but very filling.
For dessert I couldn’t resist a piece of brownie that I made over the weekend and they were still super fudgy. On the side, a cuppa coffee.
After another long afternoon at Uni I was happy to have dinner waiting for me. I re-heated the pizza which I made the previous day, which was loaded with spinach and other veggies.
I used to think making pizza is a difficult thing to do, but all it takes is 6 ingredients and a little (30 minutes) patience:
Mix 4g dried yeast, 3g sugar and 150ml warm water and let it rest for 10 minutes. Then add 215g flour, 20ml olive oil and 4g salt and beat it until the dough is smooth. Wait 5 min. and using a rolling pin create a thin crust. Add any ingredients you like on top and bake in the preheated (230°C) oven for 15-20 min.
Even though this pizza will not even come close to a stone-oven baked pizza, it’s still better than eating a frozen one, right?