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Happy FriYAY! Thank. Goodness. Did anyone else feel like this week was never going to end? Well, the weekend is finally here, so enjoy yourselves, relax, and make some good planty dishes. Today, I wanted to show you another version of “What I Eat in a Day: Plant Based Grad Student” since I got positive feedback after the last one. As students, it’s crucial to take care of ourselves so that we can concentrate on our school work and maintain a healthy physical/mental/emotional well-being. In order to maintain and boost our overall health and wellness, we may have to take a few extra minutes each day to prepare our food. Even if you feel super pressed for time, it’s 100 % worth it to prepare yourself healthy meals for school. Your body will definitely thank you.

So, I started the day with my beloved smoothie bowl. I almost always take time to make myself a great breakfast. It’s my one treat to myself each day. This was a dragon fruit bowl made with avocado, frozen pitaya, a little bit of frozen banana, and almond milk. I topped it with my new favorite Granola-it’s called Wildway Grain Free Granola and this particular kind is Coconut Cashew (yum!!). There’s also some hemp seeds, strawbs, and Raw+ Chia Barney Butter on there.

I try not to snack too much in between meals but I was pretty hungry. Usually, I’ll bring 2 healthy snacks with me and on this particular day, I brought my superfood snack bars and pudding. I ate one of these, which was reasonable since they’re pretty small.

Next up was lunch, which I devoured right before class. I made some lentils, roasted carrots, roasted zucchini and of course my one true love, avocado. I topped the lentils with my favorite red pepper hummus.

I eat dinner after my 6:00-7:30 pm class, so I have a snack in between lunch and dinner to tie me over. I made some overnight pudding and it is divine. The pudding is low in sugar, has 4 super foods in it, and tastes like a chocolate milkshake. Sounds good, right? Future blog recipe?!

And last but not least, dinner. Simple is key. I roasted enough potatoes & green bell peppers for 2-3 meals. Also, I added some Brami Beans and they’re so yummy plus a great way to get protein if you’re a vegan! Oh and the hummus, I can’t forget the hummus. It’s my second favorite thing in the world (Avocados are #1).