One benefit of be unexpectedly sidelined from New Year’s Eve partying is not waking up with a hangover in the morning.
No hangover meant that I had no problem putting effort into making a yummy and healthy breakfast to ring in 2012.
I made myself a plate of strawberry banana Greek yogurt pancakes by blending the following in a small bowl with an immersion blender:
- 3/4 cup old fashioned oats
- 2 egg whites
- 1 6-ounce container Chobani strawberry banana Greek yogurt
After topping the pancakes with a sliced banana and syrup, it was time to eat!
Definitely a yummy way to start the day.
I actually have a pretty bad case of the sniffles and feel all-around crappy and lethargic today. I really, really hope I’m not getting sick! I’m taking all of my vitamins and drinking lots of fluids to help ward of any impeding sickness. Booya!
Other than attending church, today has been spent at home with Ryan and Sadie. Ryan and I started reading The Maze Runner together a few days ago and are hooked!
Other plans for the day include cooking up a New Year’s Day feast with Ryan, including all of the typical New Year’s Day foods!
Question of the Afternoon
- Have you ever had a traditional New Year’s Day meal?
- What are your “must haves” for a New Year’s Day dinner?
On our menu: Black-eyed peas, collared greens, ham and sauerkraut!