Its a New Day

Well well well Look who decided to show up.
Me! Me! Me!

I dont want to start off this post like all my recent ones, but Im just going to do it. Because thats just what my little fingers want to type. SO here it goes: Apologies aplogies for my lack of posting. When I first started this good ol blog, I posted every single day. And now the posts are really lacking these days.

I could give you a bunch of excuses like school, work, fatigue But you know what? Although those are fantastic excuses, I do think that I could have squeezed in a teensy bit of time to blog. Truth be told, Ive been feeling a little uninspired lately.

I havent really been putting much effort in the preparation of my meals. Ive been pretty lazy actually, so I feel like a lot of my food lately hasnt really been blog worthy if ya know what Im sayin.

But its a new dawnIts a new day

And Im feeling gooooood.

I will definitely stop ignoring the blog and start posting more, because thats what I like to do: talk about food.

I had a killer breakfast this morning. I hadnt had waffles in FOREVER, and when I saw the beauty of a sale that was going on yesterday, I decided to pick up some frozen wild berry buckwheat waffles. When I woke up, I had one thing on my mindwaffles. Okay maybe two things waffles, teeth brushing.

I rushed to the freezer popped these babes in the toaster. Topped them with some earth balance, plain organic greek yogurt, strawberries, and a homemade maple hazlenut chocolate sauce (it was hazlenut butter mixed with maple syrup, cacao powder, almond milk, and a little xylitol for extra sweetness.

I really do like waffles frozen in particular because when you toast them they get really crunchy.

Oh and you know how I said earlier that I was feeling uninspired? Well..inspiration hit me the other day while blog reading. So many cool cats are eating Kabocha squash these days. I wanted to try it for myself. Best part- you can eat the skin. I sliced, olive oiled, salt and peppered, then roasted the squash in a 350 oven for 25-30 minutes.

It is REALLY good. The squash part is pretty sweet (maybe even a little too sweet for my taste) but the skin was the best part in my opinion. It has such a nutty flavor.

If youve never tried Kabocha squash, go ahead, try it! (its super healthy too- vitamin A, beta caroteneall that good stuff!)

Oh and did you want to know what Im snacking on right now?

Probably not- but Ill show you anyway.

Rice cakes and cottage cheese. Gosh-so simple yet so good.

And holy cow! I am so excited to have finally found this. Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Almond Coconut milk has finally reached Canada. SO SO SO excited to try it! I will give you my full review once I do! Im sure its amazing though.

Yall have good day now.