Leftovers with greens for lunch and pre-workout fruit squish snack

Bailey's lunch and snack: leftovers from your wonderful dinner the night before and avocado/banana fruit squish for a snack to fuel your workout.

Bailey's lunch and snack: leftovers from your wonderful dinner the night before and avocado/banana fruit squish for a snack to fuel your workout.

Robin here: these are the final two of the five simple and tasty recipes Bailey sent me as part of her weekly dairy-free meal plan! We are getting a Bailey post every workday this week, culminating in a complete grocery list for us to use to replicate Bailey's menu plus her thoughts on the success of her dairy-free experiment (tomorrow!).  Like Bailey, I make extra "dinner" to meal-pod into lunch the next day, or even lots extra to meal-pod an entire week of lunches!  I love the pre-workout squish and have a variation of these (avocado mush aka oatmeal raisin cookie dough) regularly for quick breakfast or for a snack before a workout.  They may not be the prettiest snack, but man are they ever tasty.

Bailey writes: this has become a total staple for me. Just take whatever leftovers you had for dinner (pork tenderloin and asparagus, for example) and eat it on top of a big portion of greens. I now love the taste of warm meat and veg over top of cold greens thanks to Robin (Robin here: thank you Bailey, I adore you!)!!! With lunch at noon and this snack at 3 PM, I'm totally fine for the gym at 5 PM. Not hungry at all. 

Bailey's leftovers with greens for lunch & squish for snack

Serves one

Ingredients:

  • leftovers from last night's dinner
  • spinach or lettuce or both
  • 1/2 banana
  • 1/2 avocado
  • almond butter

Directions:

  1. Eat leftovers on greens for lunch.
  2. Squish rest of ingredients together with a fork and have for a pre-gym snack.