The other morning I made the decision (which was a hard one) to not do my morning walk.

Huge accomplishment for me.

One of my main issues with my ED is the obsessiveness of thinking I need to “work out” or do something to compensate for the increase of food intake I have.  Now when I say increase of food intake, I mean I am actually eating normal now and not restricting.  But mentally still for me, I look at it as more food, more calories.

I am telling you, when I am mentally healed. I will be so happy.

Thankfully I have re-fed enough to where I am not at the health risk anymore.

I’m no where near where I need to be, but I’m at least out of that danger zone.

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But anyways. So this glorious morning (that I freaked out about the rest of the day, mind you this is the day after I gorged myself on sushi) I made Matt and I some simple classic breakfast’s.

Nothing fancy at all, but super tasty!!

I made him a classic PB&J with a little tiny yogurt mess on the side.

oh yes and he even got it on my monkey plate! first thing out of the kids mouth when i told him his breakfast was in the fridge. is the monkey plate for me????

 Not a thanks for breakfast babe, or this looks tasty babe.  He was more excited about the plate.

Love boys.

i mixed two peanut butters because one jar ran out. but they were both just your classic peanut butters. just different brands. some grape jelly in there.

Oh and you know what that empty jar of peanut butter is going to turn into! I can’t wait!

little yogurt mess consisted of plain fage greek yogurt (♥) topped with raspberries, blackberries, blueberries and some cville cluster granola.

I think he was overall happy with his breakfast.  But he usually doesn’t complain either when it’s made for him! And on a monkey plate I guess!

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And for me, I brought back a classic.

Oh have I missed it.

This actually use to be my lunch a lot of the times but it just sounded good for breakfast.

soy chocolate panini. how i have missed you.

Now I happen to be a very sweet breakfast eater so this is great for me.  Matt said it was a bit too sweet for him. But he’s crazy.

i made the wonderful addition of my local pumpkin butter that i had gotten at the farmers market. it seriously made this thing taste like an apple pie.

With having the week off it has been nice actually being able to make breakfast.  This breakfast however was kind of rushed.  Matt and I were lazy and slept in and I had an appointment and he had to get to work, so breakfast was kind if scarfed down. Guess I’m just going to have to make it again!

paired with the remainder of my apple and pudding. just an overall amazingly sweet breakfast.

So even though Matt and I’s breakfast were simple, they were satisfying. And even though I had to shove it in my face quickly, I still enjoyed every bite.

And that’s what eating and meals should be!

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What are you simple yet satisfying meals?

Do you prefer sweet or savory for breakfast? I would say I’m a little from column A little from column B. I could go both ways, but it seems like I always lean towards the sweet. I like my jams what can I say!