It's a good job I have my planner in full view to keep me on the straight and narrow because I feel like I'm starting to lose my marbles. My typing skills have definitely suffered ... I'm hitting all the right keys just in all the wrong order ... a sure sign that my hand to eye coordination is not at full capacity.
Luckily this mornings breakfast was my Reward 330ml drink, and I chose to have a home made smoothie. An apple from the fridge and three banana chunks and some spinach from the freezer with a dash of ice cold water.
I added a little bit more water until I hit the exact 330g/ml allowance.
It was delicious 💚
I had the three leftover flatbreads from yesterday to add to my lunch and I quickly whizzed up some of my Kidney bean onion mix to make a pate. I did photograph it all laid out neatly at Mum's on one of her pretty plates but I can't get it off my phone and onto the computer. I will try and add it later.
Anyway it was a nice tasty and quite satisfying little lunch.
As soon as I got home I fed Suky her tea and then started on mine.
I weighed out my onions, and thought I had the right little pot of chickpeas out of the fridge but when I whizzed up the Falafel mix I realised it looked completely wrong so I looked in the fridge and yep, I had mixed up the tub containing just 23g and the one with the larger portion meant for the falafels.
So I weighed out 23g from the pot and added the rest into the little processer and whizzed them up before adding them to the rest of the falafel mix. I was getting so annoyed with myself with all this messing around.
But the finished dish was delicious and I would make these again in an instant ... but in larger proportions once the Challenge is over.
With a surprise donation from my Mum's lovely neighbour Hilary, my total has once more gone up. Go and see for yourself over on my Fundraising Page.
I am so thankful to all the lovely people who have helped me get to this total, we are now just £58 away from being able to feed 10 refugees for an entire year ... WOW!!
THANK YOU SO MUCH