Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Bagels & Oats & Soup!

Since I'm about to start eating lots of No Meat Athlete Health Made Simple meals on a 4-week meal plan (starting week after next), I'm posting all my random meal pics from the past few weeks. Here's a yummy Dave's Whole Wheat Bagel with Miyoko's Creamery Cream Cheese & Hot Pepper Peach Jam. I usually eat my bagels toasted in two halves, but I was inspired by Sarah at Long Island Vegan to try this sandwich-style. It was fun to eat this way!


Another locally made Dave's Whole Wheat Bagel but this one is a Breakfast Sandwich with Tofu Egg and Earth Balance European Style Spread. For my tofu eggs, I fry tofu slabs and coat them in Vegg yolk (made with Vegg powder). Also, I've been loving the new Earth Balance European-style margarine!


One night recently, after having some dental work done, the only thing I could manage to eat was mushy food, like soup and guac. My parents were in town and we wanted takeout, so I got the Carrot-Coconut Soup with Baguette and an order of Chips & Guacamole from Next Door in Crosstown Concourse. The chips and bread were a little hard to eat with a numb mouth, but I did okay.


Another fun breakfast — Tofu Egg & Avocado Toast with lots of sriracha!


When I went to Nashville a couple weekends ago, I brought my breakfasts with me. Oatmeal cups! Here's one (poured into a bowl) with nut butter and berries. This was the Trader Joe's Strawberry Raspberry Oatmeal.


And finally, here's a big ole salad with cashew ranch (from the No Meat Athlete Cookbook) enjoyed on the balcony of Crosstown Concourse for lunch one day. I'm currently reading Let Your Mind Run by elite runner Deena Kastor.



5 comments:

vegan peace said...

I love the idea of a bagel sandwich too! Your tofu egg sandwiches always look so freaking amazing!

Sarah said...

Omg yeeeeeessss! All of my favorite things in one post! It all looks delicious and I love that you tried the bagel sandwich style! I tend to eat it split open at home but when you get it from a bagel store they always do it sandwich style. It's sooooooo good :)

Anonymous said...

i love that book! Hope you're running again soon :)

Unknown said...

I love a good bagel breakfast! And i need to just order that Vegg yolk online,that eggy tofu prep sound totally amazing.
Hope all went well with the dentist- i swear when they numb my mouth it takes hours to wear off! Soup and guac is perfect. I like dunking my bread in the soup, probably the only way i enjoy any kind of soggy bread
Ttrockwood

Trixie said...

Ok, I need more detail on how you make this fried tofu w/ egg yolk :)