After getting back from the bar last night, G and I, successfully having managed to not buy snacks while we were out, were feeling like eating something so I did what every hungry, three beers in vegan baker does and made Happy Herbivore's cinnamon rolls. In all honesty, I'd been telling G I would make them almost every day for the past week, so they were on my mind anyway. I didn't have one last night but I did have one for breakfast.
Not the healthiest way to start out the day, but I made them with mostly whole wheat flour, they contain no oil, and I only made a light sugar glaze rather than a thicker icing. I had a banana too, if that helps? Oh well, no regrets.
I snacked on an apple at 12 and had a salad for lunch at 2:
Salad with added avocado and baked tofu chunks. Lemon juice and hot sauce on top.
On my lunch break I stopped at a smaller farmers' market and picked up 5 plum tomatoes, a zucchini, a nectarine, and three apples ($9.15). I may have bought a little more than I needed to but I'd much rather support a farmer's market than a super market - plus, there, there isn't any temptation to buy other stuff! Just the produce!
I ate the nectarine at 5 or so, and got caught in a crazy downpour coming home! All I wanted was soup, but I was hungry so I just quickly put together another salad:
Romaine, spinach, parsley, tomato, carrot, cucumber, and broccoli in a mustard-balsamic dressing. MINI(!!) Triscuits on the side, with zucchini sticks and homemade hummus.
Now...to eat another cinnamon roll or not...