I have to say…after the disaster that was my green monster, my day got much better. As I have mentioned, I am not a runner. I can dance all day long, aerobic classes are no issues, but running is stinking hard!! So I have decided to just keep doing a two miler by my house, and hope to get faster. Well let me tell you I got faster!! By a couple minutes!! I know it’s only two miles, but for a non runner it feels like a huge accomplishment!!
After my run with Foxy I was craving yogurt!!!
I don’t think I will ever get sick of this yogurt bowl…love how crisp, refreshing, and sweet it is!!
I also want to admit that I am a butternut squash addict. I don’t know why it’s taken me so long to fall in love with this squash, but I’ve fallen, and I’ve fallen hard.
I don’t know that I can really call this a recipe because it’s the easiest thing to make…ever. But I’m rolling with it because I’m obsessed! And if you are as lazy as me you buy pre cut squash because cutting the whole thing is a pain!! (thank you Costco!!)
Pre heat over to 425
Spray Pan with Non stick cooking spray
Spread Butternut squash so no pieces are on top of each other.
Spray again with Oil Spray. (I use Olive Oil Spray)
Bake for 40-45 minutes.
That was an awesome snack but dinner was pretty awesome too. I think I was trying to make my eats awesome because my breakfast sucked wasn’t that good.
One of my favorite things to do is make my own tortilla pizza’s!! Remember my mexican pizza? Well this time I made a BBQ chicken pizza!!
One of my favorite tricks for making these are using string cheese!! I put it in the food processor and look what happens!
I love how two string cheeses turns into a ton of cheese!!
I took my La Tortilla Factory tortilla and baked it for five minutes so it started to crisp.
Let me tell you. One of the best tortilla pizza’s ever!! I love BBQ sauce!
I rounded out the night with a pummelo the size of my head. I am still loving this fruit!!
Well time for me to head to bed because tomorrow is another day of Cardio Barre and work!!
Have you ever used a tortilla as a thin crust pizza? What are your swaps for pizza crust?