Some food and whatnot

Hey all

It is another busy week at work, and yesterday by the time I got home I had missed aerobics so I went for a run instead. I found it really hard (but I think I was a bit dehydrated)- my legs were heavy, but I managed 3.2 miles in 33 mins, so I kept up a pretty good pace overall.

Some random pictures :

Cannelini bean, lentil and veg chilli with nutritional yeast. (Trying to empty the freezer a little).

Coconut chocolate cookies from the Vegan cookie book (these were amazing- you had to toast the coconut first, and also they used coconut butter in the recipe and melted with the chocolate). They were a hit at work 🙂

Lentil, tofu, pesto and vegetable bake with broccoli . Another freezer meal.

Raw pecan and date brownie with cherries and garden strawberries 🙂  Amazing!

And some dried peaches. I was a little alarmed when I opened it and they were quite black, but they taste like peach jam. Yum.

And now I am going to watch some of the apprentice. Night.

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14 thoughts on “Some food and whatnot”

  1. Oooh i’m addicted to the apprentice but i wait until its on iplayer and then watch it in bed 😀
    Raw pecan and date brownie sounds totally gorgeous!

  2. Coconut chocolate cookies sounds so delicious. I think chocolate and coconut is my favourite combination!

    Dried peaches sounds really yummy too! 🙂

  3. Those cookies look brilliant, as does the brownie cake – I need to make both!
    I replied on my blog but in case you don’t see it, you can get the powdered coconut milk in Tesco (the Express ones anyway) in the world foods section 🙂

  4. Oh my word, if I weren’t trying to cook back on baked goods and sweet stuff at the moment I would be looking up a recipe for coconut and chocolate cookies!

    And 3.2 miles in 33 mins is a really good pace for being tired!

    1. Thanks Alison- I was impressed with the speed too!
      And as for the cookies- we had one each and then I took them into work- then I get the best of both worlds!

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