As some of you have been asking for the cauliflower crust recipe, I decided to write it down; I hope this helps.
1) These are the ingredients I used: cauliflower, eggs, carrots and parsley. Of course you can skip the carrots or the parsley or even add other things.
2) Shred the cauliflower, watch out for your fingers, it might hurt a little.
3) Shred your carrots and add them.
4) Cut the parsley to tiny pieces, add eggs, salt and pepper.
5) Mix everything well!
6) Get your pan and heat up some oil – I used olive oil.
7) Fill the mixture inside of the pan, disperse it a little and put the top back on the pan.
8) Wait about 8 minutes. As long as your cauliflower crust roasts, you can make a nice cup of tea and cut all other ingredients that you want to put on top of your crust, be creative, everything is possible and absolutely delicious!
9) Flip your crust - It might be difficult and about to break – try to use a plate to flip it. Once you’ve managed this, let it roast on the other side for some more minutes.
10) Now decorate it with anything you want and enjoy this healthy heaven!
SO, I’ve really gotten back into running at the gym lately.. there are so many options when it comes to runs (intervals, inclines, etc.). On my 10 mile “run” (ADD running = constantly changing the speed/incline along with some bouts of steep walk/climbs) today I decided to make my attempts at being a little speed demon and came to realize how easy it is to push your speed limits after coming down from an incline. Seriously, it feels like you’re flying! Running on a treadmill has honestly never been that entertaining, but when you’re constantly changing up the tempo, it’s actually fun! Probably would have gone even longer if it wasn’t for the 70-min time constraint (including cool down).. oh well, back at it tomorrow as always! :)
Anyway, thought I’d throw out a little example of this entertainment in the form of a 30-minute run (plus cool down!).. feel free to make your own altercations. Whether ya slow it down or speed it up, just have fun and run!
Week in review…it’s been good:)
At home leg workout: Do each move for 20 seconds, followed by a 10 second rest. There is one move missing though, which is 180 degree squats (optional): four squats, do a 180 degree jump, then do 4 squats again. If you are advanced, you can do 20 seconds on, 10 seconds off EIGHT times for each move, which gets pretty intense.