Anyways, on to the breakdown!
For breakfast, banana soft serve (Just two frozen bananas pulverized) and the last of my French Toast! My blender was having trouble with the bananas, so I did end up adding a little water to thin it out.
- French Toast: included in yesterday’s breakfast
- Banana Soft Serve: $0.40
For lunch I had leftover Cauliflower Rice and a glass of tasty apple juice:
- Cauliflower Rice: included in yesterday’s total
- Apple Juice: $0.33
Finally, for dinner… Let me say it was spectacular. I made a tofu scramble. I didn’t follow any recipe to the letter, it was a lot of improv, but this is the recipe that I used as a guideline: at the post punk kitchen.
It consisted of tofu (obviously), onion, celery, cumin, thyme, paprika, lemon juice, salt, turmeric, spinach, and avocado.
I REALLY love avocados, and ended up eating a good bit of mine so I had less in the recipe than I intended, but its okay! It was SO good. I will definitely make this again. I had a side of steamed kale with olive oil with my meal.
- 1/2 block of tofu: $0.63
- a stalk of celery: $0.12
- 1/6 of my huge onion: $0.19
- 1 avocado: $0.78
- Spinach: $0.10
- Spice and lemon juice: included in spice deduction
- Kale: $0.05
I also made a green monster before work that made 3 servings, so it will last for breakfast tomorrow :)
- half a banana: $0.10
- a nectarine: I don’t know for sure, but I would venture a guess at $0.45
- a slice of cantaloupe: $0.11
- Some Kale: $0.06
- Some Spinach: $0.08
- water/ice: free
Money left: $5.88
Ouch. Now that I think of it, the tofu and avocado were pretty pricey. Lesson I learned today: keep it simple. I think my scramble with tofu and avocado sucked up all my cash. This leaves me about $1.47 per day from here on out.
Do you keep your kitchen spotless, or does it fluctuate between clean and dirty constantly like mine does?