HAPPY NEW YEAR! I don’t know about you but I am feelin’ SO good in 2013 so far. 🙂 This morning we finished the Polar Dash 10K in St. Paul. It was a blast! Look out for a recap coming your way shortly.
First, let’s talk some New Year’s Eve business. Guess what we made a couple of days ago?! Two loaves of nutty gluten-free bread! Although we were a little short on the Greek yogurt so had to use 1/4 cup of almond milk. I actually think it turned out better this time!
Breakfast: Almond bread with pb and honey.
We visited some friends in the morning. It was great catching up and visiting and playing charades with the kiddos. 🙂 I enjoyed a Lime Perrier sparkling water on the way. I liked it a lot, but not as much as the grapefruit flavor.
Lunch was a bowl of fat-free cottage cheese with peas, tomato, avocado, pepper, and chia seeds and it was VERY good.
Mom and dad stopped over in the afternoon to say hi and wish us a Happy New Year.
Then it was time to make dinner…..drumrolls please.
Crab, lobster, shrimp, and caesar salad.
I wish seafood wasn’t so expensive because I enjoy it oh so much. It was slightly sweet and buttery and tender. LOVE IT.
We finished off 2012 watching the movie New Year’s Eve (I know, very cliché of us) and sipping on some hot cocoa. We stayed up until around 11:00 so we were able to see the ball drop in New York. Then it was time to get some shut-eye before our big race in the morning.
Super crazy NYE 2012, right? It was the perfect.
I am going to continue relaxing on the couch in my big comfy fleece pants and soak up every last bit of Christmas vacation. Tomorrow, back to reality.
I am very excited for 2013. It is going to be one heck of a year. Catch up with you all very soon!
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I made one of your recipes, and actually got my husband to buy into it for dinner (he is a die hard meat and potatoes man) so this was a chore. the reciepe was good to us but for some reason we couldnt put our finger on it but something was missing….I followed the recipe so any ideas?
probably would have been nice if I left the reciepe we tried, Ahha..Chicken Enchiladas.
Hmm…I’m not too sure. I suppose you could buy a store-bought enchilada sauce and try that?