Return of the Potato and Egg Bowl

Today’s Workout

  • Butts and Guts Class – 60 minutes

In class this morning, the instructor had a bunch of different stations set up. We all started at one station and spent three minutes there before moving onto the next station. After we completed all the stations, we finished up with some ab work.

The stations included:

  • leg lifts on a step
  • thigh ball squeezes (squeezing an exercise ball with you inner thighs)
  • jump roping
  • lunges with a kettle ball
  • side lunges on a bosu ball
  • high knees
  • standing side crunches
  • push-ups on a medicine ball

It was quite a good workout.

Leaving the gym with super dirty hair. Hey, it happens.

After the gym, I stopped at the grocery store to pick up a few things. We have plans to go to National Night Out tonight and take advantage of the free food and fun. Since they usually serve hot dogs and chips, I grabbed a salad to eat instead.

I also came across these Kashi cereal bowls. We’re heading to Wisconsin soon to visit my grandparents, and I thought that these cereal bowls would be perfect to take with because they’re already pre-portioned and have 12 grams of protein with 130 calories.

And I couldn’t help buying a box of the Atkins bars. These little bars are so delicious!

After the grocery store, I came home and made an egg and potato bowl. I haven’t had an egg and potato bowl in a while, and it hit the spot!

In my bowl was:

  • 1/2 a potato
  • garlic
  • 3 egg whites
  • broccoli
  • Mexican shredded cheese
  • salt and pepper

Yum! I also had some apple slices on the side.

Questions of the day

  • Did you workout today?
  • Do you bring your own food when your travel?
  • What did you have for breakfast?



Filed under Breakfast, Fitness, Working Out

13 Responses to Return of the Potato and Egg Bowl

  1. Marlene

    I did work out, 45 minutes on the moving stairs the 45 minutes of strength work; both lower and upper body. I almost always bring food when we travel, I guess I’m just too picky!

  2. I worked out! 15 minutes of running, 30 minutes of elliptical, 30 minutes of strength training. 🙂

    I totally take food with me when I travel. I pre-portioned out my breakfasts into easy to use baggies for our entire Colorado trip last month. That’s about 17 days worth! But it’s so much easier than trying to find healthy options when you’re not familiar with an area. Cheaper, too! 🙂

  3. That egg bowl looks awesome and super easy to make! I’m going to have to keep that in mind next time I need a quick meal!

  4. Love potato & egg bowls… especially with some ketchup drizzled on top 🙂

    I did another 8 mile run, always bring some of my own food with me during travels, and I had the usual smoothie for breakfast.. Chocolate Blueberry to be exact.

  5. I have been bringing V downtown with me since his school is closed this week. It seems like a workout. 🙂 My knee and now one heel is bothering me. I have switched back to flats at work. I am hoping it helps.

  6. Amy

    great recipe. I will be trying this out soon.

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