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Quickie Me, Quickie You...

This is who I am… Who are YOU?
Quickie Me: Who I am (in 3 words) & Favorite Things….

Quickie Me: Writer, Genuine, Dilly

Favorite Things…
-Condiment: Sriracha
-Workout: Long Walk/Hike with my pup
-Quickie Workout in Bed:
-Daily 100:
-Quickie in the Kitchen:
-Quickie in the Kitchen- Dessert:
-Snack:
-Breakfast:

 

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One Pot Grits and Eggs w/ Sriracha, Parmesan & Parsley

Grits! Apparently it’s the “emerging” breakfast trend. I remember eating the ground corn breakfast grain (which is also used to make Polenta) in Jr. High slathered with butter. Today… oatmeal & eggs style: cooked in ff milk with a poached egg, sriracha, a little bit of parmesan cheese, salt and white pepper topped with flat leaf parsley. It’s a perfect complete meal filled with healthy fiber, protein, and nutrients to keep me fuller longer without packing on the fat.

 

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Healthy Bar Food- Sriracha Spiced Almonds: Hot and Spicy Quickie in the Kitchen

Almonds are not just tasty, they are a healthy fat, filled with nutrients, fiber, and protein. These sriracha-spiced almonds have even more benefits thanks to the hot spice that naturally heats ups the metabolism, burning more calories and fat faster. Plus they are great to have around the house, in your purse, or your desk drawer at work as a healthy and quick snack. Better yet, eat them hot out of the oven when the spice is at it’s peak and serve them as nibbles at your next get together

 

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Sriracha Oatmeal & Egg: Hot and Spicy Quickie in the Kitchen

Good morning! I literally just rolled out of bed and I’m making breakfast… thought I would invite you into my kitchen to join me. Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day. In fact, I often look forward to it the night before! Especially if I’m eating Quaker Oatmeal and Egg. Now I’ve gone beyond the basics and I’ve added Sriracha and Parmesan cheese (a lower fat cheese, like all hard dry cheeses) which just enrich the flavor even more! “But oatmeal is supposed to be sweet…” Really? Who says? It’s a grain, just like pasta, rice and risotto. You’re not putting maple syrup and brown sugar on pasta. I love savory breakfast (bacon and eggs with a side of grits), and so I’m treating my oatmeal like what it is- a grain, and making the perfect complete meal filled with healthy fiber, protein, and nutrients to keep me fuller longer without packing on the fat.