On the first day of Christmas I started with a relatively healthy breakfast. A nice light breakfast consisting of yogurt, warm apple, cinnamon and a crumble. Before we went to my parents I decided to make an oatmeal porridge. With my parents we had nice bites and afterwards a three-course dinner with a sugar bomb dessert. I loved it, but it was quite a lot as well. That is also why I decided to relax with my breakfast the next day. I had a light breakfast with yogurt and apple later in the morning and also the lunch was light and later in the afternoon.
At the beginning of the evening we went to my parents in law were we had turkey, nice low-fat meat with some vegetables and I was happy again. I didn’t have dessert this time. I felt that I had enough and made this decision consciously. There was a lot of turkey left so I could make a healthy lunch for the upcoming 2 days, a pasta and a quinoa salad with turkey. Love to work on my balance like that. The day after Christmas we again ate healthy with a salad and that gave me a really good feeling. Not just because I love eating healthy, but also because I did enjoy the Holidays.
We spend New Years Eve at my parents in law and we also ate really good, we got to pick our own dinner. Jens and I had picked this stone with marinated pork tenderloin, vegetables and potatoes. 30 minutes in the oven and we had a nice healthy meal. The next morning I woke up at my parents in law and everybody was still sleeping. I woke up hungry (story of my life). I saw sweet fritters, but decided to pick something more healthy. On New Years Day we are of course, like everybody else tired and always get fries so I wanted to start the day healthy. In the fridge I found yogurt and in the cupboard oatmeal and honey and I had a healthy breakfast. After we had gone to our grandparents we arrived home at 1.30 in the afternoon and I was again hungry. I found a dark banana and made this nutritional lunch.
Baking time: Approximately 5 minutes per waffle
Amount: 6 waffles
- Mixing Bowl
- Cutting Boards
- Big Knife
- Waffle Iron
Next chop the chocolate into smaller pieces with a knife. You can make them as small or big as you like.
When you have a nice smooth batter you can stir the chocolate through with a spoon. If you mix it in the mixer, the bite will be gone. Optionally you can set aside some extra chocolate to decorate the waffles with.
Grease the waffle iron very well with coconut oil, divide for example with a butter tassel over the top and bottom.
Next divide 3 table spoons of batter per waffle over the waffle iron and let them bake.
With me it went quite quick, but it takes approximately 5 minutes per waffle. Continue until you are out of batter.
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