For breakfast I ate some hard-boiled eggs that I made the night before.
Does anyone else ever have trouble remembering how you're supposed to make these? I always have to Google the correct technique (i.e., am I actually supposed to boil them?) and the correct time before I make these. For the record, I let the eggs sit in warm water that was an inch higher than the eggs in the pot for about 30 minutes so that they wouldn't go through the temperature change as quickly. Then I brought the pot of water to a rapid boil. As soon as the water started boiling, I removed the pot from the heat, put on a lid, then waited 15 minutes before removing the eggs.
I think I may have let these boil for too long (I didn't really stand around watching them) because the shells were a bit hard to get off.
For a morning snack, I had a serving of banana chips. Pretty good. I've never tried banana chips before; I picked them up on a whim during my trip to Trader Joe's earlier in the week. I actually wanted a real banana, but we didn't have one.
I ate them while enjoying my free Redbox Rental... "Magic Mike." My friend told me to fast forward through all of the portions dedicated to plot development, lol. It felt like a slightly naughtier version of "Step Up."
It was kind of funny - I didn't realize Neil Caffrey, Eric Delko, and Sam Merlotte knew each other. ;p
I didn't feel like eating lunch around my lunch time... a huge mistake because I was ravenous by the time I got off of work at 9 P.M. During work I ate two Granny Smith apples.
I also ate two mini Midnight Milky Way bars from the candy dish at work.
I was starving by the time I got home, so I quickly made a green sandwich.
So delicious! But I was still hungry, so I made a slice of Coconut Vanilla French toast for dessert.
Then, to top it off, I had two mini gingerbread men.
I obviously have a raging sweet tooth. O.o I need to figure out how to keep my craving for sugar at bay.