Too. Many. Pancakes!

     My last few days have been a bit crazed. I have a lot of planning and prepping going on for the upcoming month (of which I’ll share with you soon enough!), so I decided to keep tonight’s post simple for my own sanity, as well as yours.

Yesterday’s breakfast. I’m really on pancake cruise control lately. These were based on my Vegan Banana-Pecan Oatmeal Pancakes, but we were out of rolled oats so I used a little more whole grain flour and soaked some quick-cook steel-cut oats in hot water for five minutes before draining them and adding them to the batter.
     I had to work a full shift today, so it was a typical day food-wise. The Monstas made a return, finally! I had a Monsta with 5 cups of spinach, 1/3 of a cup of soymilk, 1 carrot, 1 spear of asparagus, 1/4 cup of frozen blueberries, 1/2 of a frozen banana and 1/2 of a lemon. Happiness! These really give me SO much energy and up my mood like nothing else (even coffee!).
     
     Lunch was a mini-spicy tuna roll with brown rice. I didn’t take pics of the Monsta or lunch because I’m sure you’re tired of seeing the same thing over and over. And over.
     Dinner, on the other hand, was something fun and new! Kinda…
Mini burger with cheddar cheese and topped with spicy guacamole, and a Punkin Ale.
I had some leftover batter in the fridge so I made a banana-pecan pancake for dessert.
I. Am. Stuffed. 
     I finished my latest book, “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins. It’s a young-adult read, but I honestly recommend it if you’re looking for something riveting. It’s got a lot of action in it, and I feel it’s closer to the “adult” side of “young-adult”, with just enough innocence to make it palatable for the kids. All I know is that I’ve already started the second book of the series, “Catching Fire”, and will probably finish that within the next two days because I’m addicted and don’t want to put it down.
     Tonight will include another Punkin Ale and a healthy serving of “Catching Fire”. I’ve got another full day at work tomorrey (it has been WAY too long since I’ve been to church 🙁 I miss my Sundays.) and a lot of reading to do! I can’t wait to get back in the kitchen and make something that involves a lot of effort! I need an excuse to use my new apron, which I’ll show when I finally have time to cook!
Punkin Ale is affecting me. I have no questions. Anyone want to ask me something?
🙂

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7 Responses to Too. Many. Pancakes!

  1. Justin

    1.) What alcoholic mixed drinks do you enjoy?

    2.) Do you watch "The Office"? If so, what are your thoughts about Steve Carell leaving the show? Should they keep the office alive, or end it this season?

  2. Amanda (Two Boos Who Eat)

    I loved the Hunger Games! I just finished the trilogy a few days ago.

  3. Malachi Rempen

    1. What is Truth? Is it available for us to discover with our puny faculties?
    2. Who discovered the philomachus, and more importantly, who named it a "philomachus"?
    3. Am I you?

  4. Bexter

    @Justin 1. The only mixed drinks I ever have are frozen margaritas – normally beer is the way to go 🙂
    2. I haven't watched The Office for about two seasons now. I think it pretty much died right after Jim and Pam got married, at least for me.

  5. Bexter

    @Amanda (Two Boos Who Eat)
    I'm over halfway through the second book and have a feeling I'll finish the entire series in the next two days (I kind of have to because they're all due back at the library). I'm addicted!

  6. Bexter

    @Malachi Rempen
    1. Truth is the exponential feasibility of a set of waves creeping up a metaphorical shore long enough to sustain a magnetic pull of a certain man's protective foot-cover (widely known as "shoes") and personifying-ly swallow said shoes. That and rigoroddity.
    2. I cannot answer your question without first knowing which philomachus you are asking about a) the broad-billed Sandpiper b) a Ruff, or c) the Sharp-tailed Sandpiper.
    3. When?

  7. Heather @ Get Healhty with Heather

    Your pancakes look so fluffy! I'll have to check out that recipes… I love banana pancakes 🙂

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