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Good morning foodies! This Wednesday I do not have a whole day of food since orientation week plus 20 hours of work are quite time consuming and do often leave no room to make proper pictures of your food. But I still managed to get kind of a recap of what most of my meals will look like due to detoxing on the go – sounds like some weird new movement, doesn’t it ?

Breakfast One: Usually contains a heaping of greens and vitamins. I have a green smoothie or green juice first every morning…

… which can start quite early, thus the bad quality of the picture above.

Breakfas Two: I try to go raw most of the days and choose to have buckwheat porridge or overnight oats or chia pudding. Something like that.

Carrot Cake Buckwheat Porridge topped of with Almond Milk and Cashew Butter

Lunch: Salad, salad and more salad. I go crazy with mixes and toppings, so I do not get bored easily. Later, for example, I will have a mixed green salad with tomatoes and beet, topped of with an amazing green godess dressing.

Salad with Veggie Pattie and Guacamole

Dinner: Sadly I do not have one single picture here. I guess it’s because I got home so hungry every day, that I did not even bother to think about taking pictures. But you are save to say – what’s the salad for my lunch is the soup for my dinner. Always embracing a lot of veggies and than I add tofu or tempeh or brown rice, whatever I fancy and do have at hand.

Snacks: During the day I mostly sticked with fruit. They kill the little hunger and give you a little energy boost. But then Amanda posted this amazing recipe for Chocolate Pumpkin Bread and I just HAD to make it. Guess what convinced me? The thought of that: “…this bread is definitely worth making if you’re looking for a comforting Fall treat to enjoy alongside a steaming cup of hot chocolate/coffee/tea. Mmm yes…” Thanks, Amanda πŸ˜‰ . That was exactly what I did yesterday.

I altered the recipe a little bit:

  • flour: 1/2 cup rye, 1/2 cup whole wheat, 1/2 cup brown rice
  • just 3/4 cup of pumpkin, I added 1/4 cup of apple sauce
  • instead of greek yoghurt I used low fat cream cheese (which I still had left from birthday baking for my brother)
  • I used honey instead of maple syrup and just 1/4 cup of brown sugar, but added 1 tsp of molasses
  • I used a flax-egg
  • and I added 1 small shredded carrot & 1 tbsp raisins, but used just 1 or 2 tbsp of chocolate chips

As you can see – even with all of my alterations – it came out just fine. It looks a bit doughy and crumbly in the picture above, since I just could not wait to take the first bite and did not let it cool out before. Today I brought a slice for breakfast number two and it looks perfectly smooth and soft and dense, just like Amandas.

Hope you all have a great Wednesday!

What is your favorite fall treat? And what do you bring to university/work/school, which is easy to prepare and you just have to grab in the morning?