Jour 3

Sundayyy Fundayyyy! Today wasn’t your typical lazy Sunday seeing I had to leave the house by 7 to make my 9:30 appointment at Sick Kids.

Before hitting the road I had some chia seed pudding with fresh strawberries and almonds slices on top. Honestly before I even started this journey it was one of my favs. Theres two reasons I love it: the flavour (yum yum yum) and how filling it actually is.

After the head and neck MRI, I grabbed some water and a treat from Starbs since my stomach was a little uneasy from the contrast. An upset stomach inevitably calls for some carbs, they always seem to help.

The weather was beautiful but I was so tired after spending a good portion of my day at the hospital, that I wasn’t all that productive once I got home. I managed to clean out my car (well my bf managed to clean out my car) but who wants to know the details anyways?? lol


It’s important to meal prep, don’t get me wrong, but sometimes life happens. If you’re having a crazy morning and you need to grab breakfast on the run… THAT’S OKAY! Just remember to pick something that won’t have you feeling crummy afterwards.

This doesn’t mean you need to pick the spinach salad when it’s 9am and you really want the bagel. It means pick a bagel but throw some peanut butter on it or drink a less calorie  dense drink. It’s important to enjoy at least some of the stuff you eat, just be mindful of the ingredients and the effects on your body.


Chia Seed Pudding 
(“Feel Good Food” cookbook by Giada)
4 servings

  • 1 cup of vanilla- flavoured unsweetened almond milk (I tend to use unsweetened regular almond milk it tastes just as yummy)
  • 1 cup of plain low fat (2%) Greek yogurt (I use coconut milk in the can- the thick stuff I put in about half the amount of yogurt it requires because the consists is much thicker)
  • 2 tbsp of maple syrup (alter to sweetness level desired)
  • 1 teaspoon of pure vanilla extract (I tend to put more since I don’t use vanilla-flavoured almond milk)
  • 1/8 tsp of kosher salt
  • 1/4 cup of chia seeds (I use organic and throw in an extra 2 tbsp)
  • 1 pint of strawberries
  • 1/4 cup of sliced almonds (or nuts of choice)
  1. In a medium size bowl whisk together the almond milk, yogurt *or coconut milk*, maple syrup, vanilla and salt until just blended.
  2. Add chia seeds and let stand for 30 minutes.
  3. Stir to distribute seeds if they have settles and refrigerate overnight.
  4. When ready to serve at strawberries and almond slices. (If you desire a sweeter pudding, drizzle maple syrup on top of the strawberries)

*I forgot to take a picture so the next time I make it, I will include a picture in my blog post.*



My fav- Chia seed pudding and half a jalapeño bagel (actually one of the best bagels I’ve ever had.)


I had leftover vegan meatloaf but fried it. It was 100% better. I cut individual pieces and squished them into a flat rectangle before frying them with a little olive oil. The outside was really crunchy, it resembled a hash brown. I had two pieces and dipped them in hot sauce… They were delicious.

I would totally make the vegan loaf again as long as I fried it after baking.

{I would even freeze some slices to fry up in the morning for a healthy fast breakfast.}

*Photo is featured image*


Dinner was a late one, so I made a simple cashew pasta sauce with broccoli and a side salad.

The cashew recipe I use is easy and really filling. If you prefer a heavy quantity of vegetables the recipe can be altered to your liking by adding extra veggies and spices.



I don’t if it was because I wasn’t feeling great or the anxiety from having a scan but, I really didn’t snack much.

I had a treat at Starbs after my MRI (it was almost like a cinnamon bun).

Some leftover bruschetta (this was more like a meal because I ate so much- oops)

Also had a handful of homemade trail mix (cashews, peanuts, walnuts, semi sweet chocolate chips, sunflower seeds & pumpkin seeds- the seeds and nuts were all unsalted & raw)

Raw veggies.



Water, water, water & more water.

Ou also a cup of grapefruit perrier with lunch.


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