Monday, February 10, 2014

30 Day Gluten Free Diet Challenge: Day 10

Day 10:

Breakfast: Banana Pineapple Smoothie
Mmm, mmm, mmm, mmm, mmm. Not sure what else to say about this amazing smoothie today.

Morning Snack: Roasted & Salted Nuts (I skipped the snack)
It was a super busy day, and my morning just sort of ran into my afternoon. I rarely skip snacks, so I'm not sure what's going on.

Lunch: Tuna Fish Sandwich w/Veggie Chips (Turkey Sandwich)
I went with a turkey sandwich because I was in a rush when I left the house, so I literally grabbed a handful of turkey lunch meat and threw it in a baggie, and then put two frozen pieces of bread in a baggie, threw it in my purse, and left. This was the resulting sandwich that I ate along with the remainder of a bag of popcorn.

And you would be correct if you're assuming there is no mayo, butter, or any other condiment. This is literally turkey and bread.

Afternoon Snack: Applesauce
I didn't take a picture, but once again, I was thankful for leftover applesauce we made last summer.

Dinner: BBQ Pork Chops w/Baked Beans & Corn on the Cob
I needed a nice wholesome and filling meal after a long day. I didn't want to bother with frozen corn on the cob, and it's not exactly in season, so we went with frozen corn instead. This meal really hit the spot right when I needed it.

I'd also like to say that this meal was incredibly cheap. I got two pork chops and a family size can of baked beans for $4.11. We already had the corn, and it was $1 when we bought it. We didn't use the entire bag of corn, and we didn't finish it. That means we fed the two of us this meal for less than $5, which is $2.50 each. I'll gladly take that kind of savings any day!

I did figure out non-boneless pork chops do not cook well on our Cuisinart grill. I really wanted grill marks, but it wasn't able to close on it because of the bone. Oh well, lesson learned.

Evening Snack: Papaya
It still isn't ripe, but it should be ready tomorrow! Yay!

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