It's almost the weekend. Put your party hat on!
Sorry - that was just a shameless introduction to use this photo of Miles. Deal.
So this morning I had planned to go to Piloxing since the Train Like A Mother plan had me doing a fun workout. And Piloxing is definitely fun. When I showed up to the studio, though, I learned that it was on spring break. Well, not Piloxing itself but the instructor or the people who run the studio - either way, I wasn't going to get in my planned workout.
I was slightly disappointed but I had packed clothes to runch (fun workout = fun workout + 3 miles for Kim). I was fine. And, Fresh market was next door so I could pick up an apple for a mid-morning snack and freshly ground almond butter ... and whatever else caught my eye.
Hint Fizz in watermelon. I've been avoiding this stuff, thinking it had sweetener, but low and behold it's just a calorie-free sparkling water. Huzzah! The sparkles reminded me of nuun and it had a sharpness in flavor (because it's unsweetened) but I really liked it. Not get a "blow the grocery budget and buy out the store" like it but "could get again for funsies" like it.
Snapea Crisps. I decided to look for kale chips and then stopped looking for them when I realized they were $7.99. On the shelf right below, though, were Snapea Crisps. They looked interesting enough, have 130 calories per serving and were a mere $1.99. I'm hoping they can fill a snack void during the #sugardetox.
Seapoint Farms Dry-Roasted Edamame. My favorite snack disappeared from my diet when the nearby Marshall's closed, and it's been missed to say the least. As luck would have it, I found it right next to the Snapea Crisps. Also 130 calories per serving. Also $1.99.
Red Curry Paste. OK, this probably isn't unusual but they definitely don't have it Aldi. I was impressed with myself that I thought to look for it while I was there as I have a Thai Sweet Potato Soup on the books for next week.
Smart & Delicious Soft Wrap Minis - Three Seed. Also on the menu books next week? Curry tuna salad. It would be delicious on a mini bagel but I thought it might be smart and delicious on these wraps. Ha. I made a funny. Anyway, no sugar plus 50 calories each makes it a winner ... assuming it doesn't taste like my sweaty sports bras.
Any good food finds to share?