How’s your Sunday going? I hope it is relaxing or productive (if that’s what your going for). These days I like the have a combination of both if we’re actually home for the weekend. I usually have a long to-do list to tackle, but I know that I should also cherish the last few weekends I have without a newborn.
Last night we stayed in and ate homemade crabcakes for dinner with a side of asparagus and mashed potatoes.
My recipe for mashed potatoes can be found in this post.
I didn’t snap a picture of the whole meal because we didn’t end up eating until 9pm and I was starving. They were great though. This is the recipe I used for the crabcakes except I used 16oz of crabmeat so everything else is doubled. I also used Old Bay Seasoning instead of Phillips because that’s what I had in the house.
Crabmeat is expensive and definitely a rare treat around here- but the whole meal cost $18 for two (actually 4) because we’ll eat it again tonight. Much better than going out to eat.
My dessert last night was a Luna Bar I hadn’t tried before and some almond milk. I’m trying to get my sweet nightly fix with something that actually has some nutritional value. The pre-packaged size also makes for better portion control (versus the gallon of slow churned ice cream).
This flavor is great! Have you tried it? I don’t think it’s new, but I had never seen it before.
This morning after doing a few loads of laundry and eating breakfast, I attended my first pre-natal yoga class. It was good- very relaxing and the stretches helped my pelvic soreness. We did a long pigeon/double pigeon series that really targeted the right areas. source
After class I had to hit up Michael’s for a few things that I needed (it was a zoo there!). Once I got home I enjoyed a delicious tortilla pizza with my mom’s homemade sauce, mozzarella, and spinach.
and some Greek yogurt and frozen berries on the side
And now just chillin on the couch with some tea
What are you up to today?
What is your favorite yoga pose?