With every bicep curl, I imagined biting into a cool, perfectly ripe nectarine.
With every lunge, I pictured myself cutting into doughy French toast, while inhaling the fragrant scent of cinnamon.
Fortunately I didn’t have to wait too long for these little daydreams to become a reality!
After BodyPump and a quick 40 minute walk with Sadie, I came home to make myself the breakfast I was pining for all morning.
I started by stirring two egg whites, cinnamon and pumpkin pie spice in a bowl until the spices were fully incorporated into the whites.
I then dunked a Thomas’ whole wheat English muffin into the mix and cooked the English muffin French toast on the griddle until it was ready for eatin’.
While the French toast was cooking, I ate half of a nectarine…
…and chopped up the other half to stuff in between the two English muffin halves.
At this point this breakfast was missing a little somethin’ somethin’.
Once the nectarine-stuffed English muffin French toast was fully coated in syrup, I sprinkled it with nutmeg for a little extra flava.
Craving successfully satisfied.
And just to satisfy those of you who check this blog only for pictures of Sadie…
All of you Sadie-lovers out there should know that the gas coming out of this dog this morning was lethal. Seriously. I think a squirrel innocently climbing a tree in our backyard may have passed out when the scent hit its nose.
Pulse of Central Florida Interview
In case you’re interested, Pulse of Central Florida, a neat blog that explores Central Florida hot spots and hidden gems, posted an interview with me yesterday as part of the site’s “People Pulse” series.
Question of the Day
Which do you prefer, peaches or nectarines… or is it a toss up?
If both fruits are equally fresh and juicy, I prefer nectarines solely because the fuzziness of a peach is kinda creepy.