I actually made dinner for Meatless Monday.

Yesterday was a Monday Funday Workday. Even though it was Monday, it was the Monday of Thanksgiving week!!!

Breakfast: coffee and a Kashi bar

Lunchtime Run: 6.3 miles at an 8 minute pace

Lunch: this is my “straight from the microwave because I need to go grocery shopping” lunch

Afternoon planking: 2 rounds of 2:00 minutes

Grocery shopping: All healthy stuff of course ๐Ÿ™‚

Dinner: Meatless Monday I’m participating in Olive to Run’s Elf for Health (check it out, it’s really fun) and yesterday’s task/activity was Meatless Monday. Yup, I actually made dinner.

Spinach and Cheese Omelette with Avocado

1. Cook spinach until it begins to wilt.
2. Beat eggs (I used 2 whole eggs and and 3 egg whites) and salt and pepper and pour into the pan with the spinach.

3. Cut/shred cheese (I used Colby jack)
4. Once eggs cook on first side, flip them over to start cooking the other side. Add the cheese to one half of the eggs and flip the other side over to cover the cheese and cook until it melts. (Ok, this might not make much sense, but you get it, make an omelette).

I cut the omelette in half and topped each side with avocado. Enter the Pillsbury Reduced Fat Golden Wheat Biscuits and dinner is complete!

(I should totally begin a new career in food photography.)

Annabelle watched us eat while playing with her new favorite toy…the puffs container.

Have a wonderful Tuesday!
Eggs: scrambled or sunny side up?


  1. Looks good, although i’ve never been very good at making omelets (or at least keeping them together).

  2. Do you run on your lunch break at work?

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