So if you follow me over on Instagram you may know that I’ve been obsessed with the 2B Mindset and just finished Barre Blend (losing 6.2 lbs of holiday weight!) And am mid 21 Day Fix currently. I had been doing Barre Blend (people were asking what I was doing and saying I looked great 😊 more on that in another post!) and was about halfway through when I realized my nutrition was a hot mess. Yes I cook healthy, yes I eat healthy for the most part, but I never plan anything. I can lesson plan pole classes for days but can I sit down for 20 minutes a week to figure out what to make for lunches/ dinner and how many of them I’ll need with my work schedule? Of course not.
I like structure and planning (you know this if you’ve ever worked at a studio with me or taken my classes haha) but usually I will just be like “what am I having for dinner tonight? Crap I don’t have that one thing. What else?” So I decided that now I’m going to sit down on Sunday after skating class and see how many meals I’ll need for the week and take late night work friendly snacks as my schedule is going to be drastically changing in the next few weeks. The 2B mindset makes sense to me because I don’t want to spend time measuring and counting everything I put in my mouth. The principals are easy: 1.) Water first 2.) Veggies most. It can’t get ANY easier. Plating meals is also easier than ever, with carbs to fuel your day at breakfast and lunch, and veggies/ protein at night when your winding down (unless you work 9pm-5am like me) but I’m still going to stick with it.
As a part of me coming up with simple meal planning, I’m going to be making snd designing a super simple and easy to follow PDF that not only will make my life easier to plan things but hopefully your lives too. As a single person who lives alone and cooks for one, I don’t need to buy as much food as most people feeding partners and families. This will be coming up soon! But for now, we have one of my favorite 2B Mindset breakfasts, French Toast and Eggs!
Ok so I can’t believe al the times I’ve beautifully plated this that these are the only sad little pictures I have, but the recipe is easy and quick. When I was a kid or wanted French Toast any other time, my old way of thinking was….whole plate of toast! Now I think, why not used the extra egg to scramble and only have 2 slices?
You will need:
Frying pans: A regular one and a square one
Nonstick cooking spray
Low calorie or gluten free bread (that I need now 😣)
1/2 C egg whites
Sugar free syrup
How to Make:
1. Put 2 sixes of bread in the toaster on low
2. While the bread is toasting, mix the egg with egg white in a good size bowl. Put the skillets on medium heat and spray both with cooking spray.
3. When bread is done toasting (I do this so it doesn’t get soggy, great tip from Mom!) drop it in the egg mix, then onto the flat square pan. Do this with both toasts.
4. Use a spoon and spoon out some egg mix and put in the center of the toasts! Another Mom secret for fluffy French Toast!
5. Remaining mixture goes into the other skillet (I usually use a smaller one) and scramble as it cooks.
6. After a few minutes check the toasts to see if it’s golden brown on one side and flip! This is where you will see it puff up if you added the extra egg!
7. Plate and serve! Add sat and pepper to eggs if desired, and add some sugar free syrup to toast.
Sorry for my lack of photos here, I thought I’d already shot the steps but I guess I didn’t! Good thing I make this several times a week!