Dorm Room Floor Breakfast Wrap
I call this the Dorm Room Floor wrap because I literally made the entire thing sitting on the floor of my dorm room and using nothing but a microwave!
Ingredients (feel free to add/subtract!)
-1 or 2 eggs
-smoked gouda cheese (my preference for the smokey flavor: reduces need for a meat!)
-sriracha for heat!
Eggs: take a dab of olive oil and grease your bowl or mug. Crack the eggs into the bowl/mug and whisk them with a fork. Add a pinch of salt (optional) and a tbs of milk (I used soy milk and it tasted fine!). Microwave on high in 30 second intervals until eggs are as wet or dry as you like. Use your fork to cut them up into bits.
Wrap: On your tortilla add your cheese. Microwave until cheese is melty. Add your eggs and sriracha, then your slices of avocado. Wrap everything together into yummy, breakfast goodness!
Nutrition can be adjusted based on how many eggs you use and if you add cheese and avocado. But remember breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so don’t skimp :) I felt full through two classes and a workout with just this wrap and half a mango in my stomach!
I’ve been good getting back on track today! And the fact that I’m PMSing like a crazy person, that’s saying something.
So far I’ve had an apple, some cashews and almonds, a piece of pb toast, a cup of coffee, and a plain hamburger patty with avocado and tomato wrapped in lettuce. It doesn’t sound like much, but I’m so full. All the healthy fats, protein, and fiber has kept my tummy full all day.
Time to enjoy a chocolate coconut water and stress out over my next semester schedule in the works.
Early dinner of brussels sprouts, asparagus, and broccoli all cooked together with garlic, olive oil, salt, and sriracha!
YUM YUM YUM! So green and healthy!
- a HUUUUGE watermelon
- a huge bag of peanuts
- a small bag of red licorice bites
- 7 peaches
- a bag of grapes
- 3 huge mangos
- an avocado
- a huge bag of italian prunes
- 6 artichoke
- a bag of beet chips
- a bag of red potatoes
- a little bag of chocolate covered raisins (for my sister-in-law)
- a bag of cilantro
- a head of cauliflower
- 2 heads of garlic
- 5 scallions
- a giant bag of carrots
- 2 giant red onions
- a huge bag of snow peas
- 2 giant zucchinis
- a giant bag of walnuts
- a bag of peanuts
- 2 boxes of dirty rice
- 3 ears of corn
All for a total of $68.46.
All of this is locally grown, fresh, and always delicious.
“It’s too expensive to eat healthy” my ass.
Cucumber cups! You can fill them with tuna or chicken salad! Any other ideas?
i’ve been meaning to make these! i think they’d be a great summer snack! maybe with some greek yoghurt, fresh diced tomato and coriander? thai chicken salad? chickpeas with olive oil, lemon and parsley? who knows :D
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nighttime snack of raspberry green tea and apple chips :)
Sounds like a good time, let’s do it.
For about two weeks now I’ve had the exact same breakfast everyday: a Fage greek yogurt and a piece of ezekiel peanut butter toast. It’s like a perfect combination of protein, sweet, and salty.
This is easily one of the best things I’ve ever made. It’s mahi mahi fish with a mango salsa. I just got store bought salsa (I didn’t have the ingredients for homemade) and added a few extra things (olive oil, more garlic, avocado, and mango) and holy balls it is amazing.
Lunch: quinoa boiled in chicken broth with steamed in chicken broth veggies (onion, garlic, carrot, broccoli, and red bell pepper) with chicken breast and a 1/4 an avocado for butteryness. Oh, and did I mention tons of sriracha? YUM!
Friday Morning Breakfast
100 cal English muffin, tomato, avocado, poached eggs and pepper.