The Breadline Challenge: Day 2

8am:  I wake up starving, I knew I would!  I need to get my hungry backside to the supermarket this morning to pick up some more carbohydrate-based bits to keep me going through the day.  I would like to get to the gym at some point today too, I didn’t have enough energy yesterday.  The supermarket hasn’t had any sweet potato delivered yet, dammit!  I will have to come back for that.

9.30am:  I walk and feed the Yorkie and make breakfast.  Peanut butter-swirled porridge.  Not quite my usual quinoa-rridge, but actually I enjoy it immensely.  The peanut butter sweetens it and makes my breakfast even more engery-laden.  It comes in at under 5p/portion!  I am so happy with it that I forgot to make my tea.  I think I will save this for later, it seems unnecessary now.

Peanut Butter Swirl Porridge, under 5p/portion, delicious, warming and filling

Peanut Butter Swirl Porridge, under 5p/portion, delicious, warming and filling

3pm:  I have just finished my lunch.  Roasted pepper and chickpea hummus (with olive oil and paprika) with warm, crusty malted granary.  It was so delicious, heart-warming and nourishing.  I am quite thrilled with it really, I may have it again this week.  Did I say that it comes up to under 36p/portion!  I ended up having a late lunch, because honestly, I was still full from breakfast, even after going to the gym!  And still no need for tea yet. 

Fantastic home-made roasted pepper and chickpea chunky hummus, olive and paprika with warm malted granary, under 36p/portion.

Fantastic home-made roasted pepper and chickpea chunky hummus, olive and paprika with warm malted granary, under 36p/portion.

7.30pm:  Eating with Hubbles tonight.  Just taken out a chilli and garlic salmon fillet from the oven that he will have with a brown rice stir-fry.  I on the other hand, will be enjoying baked eggs in a spinach and tomato sauce.  And I will actually be ‘enjoying’ it as I do usually eat these normally.  I am quite hungry now so it can’t come out of the oven any quicker.  It is filling, and warm and I am happy and it comes under 53p/portion!

All about internal heating this week and this baked eggs with spinach and tomato hit the spot at under 53p/portion!

All about internal heating this week and this baked eggs with spinach and tomato hit the spot at under 53p/portion!

9pm:  I enjoy that cup of tea that I didn’t have for breakfast, I am once again not full, but not starving.

(Here is how I did on Monday: http://www.shiviramoutar.com/blog/2014/11/25/the-breadline-challenge)

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