No, this isn't coyote poop. These are the Peanut Butter Balls listed below from the Bodybuilding.com website. They were okay and they are definitely filling. I don't think I would've made them though, if I didn't already have all the ingredients on hand. Kind of a waste of natural peanut butter and honey in my opinion. Money doesn't grow on trees in these parts...
This week went pretty well with my goal to eat clean. I messed up once, because I bought some sweets for visitors and caved, but otherwise, it was a success. What I've learned though, is that making an extensive post about what I eat every day is just too time consuming for me. Consequently, I'll just menu plan once a week and post what I'm eating then. After reading a bunch of nutrition related food blogs, I've decided that I'm not going to follow the tenets of eating clean exactly. My main focus is to not eat refined flour and really limit my sugar intake. I will mostly be using whole wheat flour, nut flours, and honey, maple syrup, and agave nectar as sweeteners to accomplish this. I will not be drinking milk, (rice and almond milk will by my replacement,) but I will allow myself to eat Greek Yogurt. I think these goals are more realistic than becoming Tosca Reno overnight.
Here's my menu plan for the week:
Cream of Wheat
Kashi Go Lean Crunch (I bought this stuff last week and it was awesome.)
(May add fruit, honey, and rice milk to all over these)
Protein Shake- Six Star Professional Strength Whey Protein Elite Series "Triple Chocolate"
Sliced Banana, Cottage Cheese, Nutmeg, Honey
Apples with Natural Peanut Butter
Fruit Smoothie with Rice Milk and Scoop of Whey Protein Peanut Butter Balls Protein Packed Pudding
(I'm going to see how the pudding is with rice milk, not skim milk.)
Leftover Spaghetti Bake
(The Spaghetti Bake wasn't bad but I have it coming out of my ears!)
Taco Wraps (From Dr. Gott's No Flour, No Sugar Cookbook)