I’m officially a dirtball. At this very moment, I’m gearing up for today’s BodyJam class. But here’s the dirty part: I still haven’t showered from last night’s workout.
As you can see from my Garmin Connect report, it wasn’t just some easy-peasy workout, either. I was a sweaty mess, my booty is sore, and I LOVED the new release! However, at track four, a super plyometric-heavy track, my tummy started going nuts. And that’s when I knew I had to GET OUTTA THERE! It felt like my body was a soda can about ready to explode.
So I booked it.
Moments later, as I was washing my hands, feeling so much better post-bathroom break, I raced back in to finish the tail end of the arm conditioning track. Walking burpees…. not my friend.
After getting home, whipping up a fantastic, cheesey, melty, eggplanty dinner (Save that for later), I realized that the next time I’d leave the house would be for another workout. So I washed my face, did a little mini-body wipedown, and said “Fuggetaboutit!”
Yup. Next morning, still no shower. But, at least there’s coconut french toast on the menu.
My past experiences cooking with coconut oil have been kind of meh. I realize now that it’s because I was cooking the wrong treats in that coconut oil. I bucked up, grabbed some coconut shreds, and said “Let’s DO THIS!”
When I scrambled together my egg batter, I used 2 EB eggs, pumpkin spice, cinnamon, AND sweetened coconut shreds (though it would’ve been just as tasty sans sweetened, I’m sure). Also, next time, I think I’ll drop a little bit of almond extract in the mix, just for a flavor punch.
Didn’t matter, the coconut was the star of the show. And cooking in coconut oil WITH coconut shreds… can’t beat it.
There was coconuts in the batter, coconut shreds on top, chia seeds sprinkled for a nutritional boost, and LOTS of lite butter flavored syrup (it’s all I have left in the apartment!). Good to the last bite.
Or, in my case, the last lick. Because I licked my plate clean, not unlike an animal.
At least animals don’t have to shower.
What’s your favorite sweet treat for breakfast?
Ryan’s a pancake man, through and through, but I’m ALL about french toast. Somehow, though, I’m sure we’ll make it work.