I love Ezekiel bread! Always have a loaf in the freezer. I am going to have to try your tuna salad sandwich with jalapenos and pickles. Sounds tasty. I agree rotisserie chicken is a big time saver. Always worth it.
I too love egg bakes. Yum, your egg muffins sound great. I like to add sweet potatoes, spinach, jalapeños, and broccoli in mine. Basically whatever I can find in the fridge. For breakfast, I like to do steel cut oats with walnuts, PB, and blueberries. The oats take about 15 minutes to cook, I always hop in the shower and get dressed while my oats simmer.
Yes, I make my own protein shakes and I buy iconic grass fed protein shakes (I love the golden milk one). In my shakes, I like frozen berries, vega protein powder, instant espresso, almond milk, and cocoa powder. Sometimes I will use peaches, greens, and use tea as my liquid.
Banzo pasta is my favorite! Only ingredient is chickpeas. I use that for cold pastas. I like to add broccoli, cherry tomatoes, onions, pesto add ranch seasoning.
Soba noodles are another favorite. They cook in 2-3 minutes, but are still an excellent whole grain. I eat them cold and warm. I like to add liquid aminos (or soy sauce), edamame (I buy frozen and steam), sometimes I will scramble an egg, sometimes PB for the flavor. Other stir-fry veggies sautéed.
Avocado salsa salad. I add salmon or chicken.
• Salsa and corn chips
• Apples and PB
• I like the healthy grains kind bars. These do have roughly 5 grams of added sugar, but it’s one of the better tasting granola bars I have found that are packed with nutrient dense ingredients.
• Dark chocolate
• Iconic grass-fed protein drinks
• Golden-milk smoothies (turmeric, protein powder, almond or coconut milk, ginger, pepper)
• I love some treats too: fig newtons, alternative chocolate chip cookies (google Chelsea’s messy apron), dark chocolate.
I think we are on the same food wavelength Sounds like you eat some well-rounded meals