Eat your veggies! How often did you hear this growing up?? I heard it ALL THE TIME! I was a very picky eater most of my life. After I was married I started cooking more and I started trying things I never thought I would try. I do eat a lot more than I use to, but veggies are still an issue for me.
I am trying to change some of my eating habits and adding more veggies is #1 on my list. Last week I bought some asparagus and tried roasting it and it was amazing! I went to a friend's farm and picked blackberries and blueberries the other day. She gave me a bag of squash and I was like what can I do with this. I like it fried, but that is a huge no! I am not a squash casserole fan either. So I decided to try roasting it like I did the asparagus. The squash was even better than the asparagus so I must share it with yall!
Roast Garlic Parmesan Squash
1-2 Squash, sliced
1/2-1 Tablespoon of Olive Oil
Salt, Pepper and Garlic Powder
Shredded Parmesan Cheese
Preheat oven to 450. Slice your squash and sat aside.
Line a cookie sheet with foil for quick and easy clean up. In a quart size Ziploc bag add olive oil, salt, pepper and garlic powder. I don't really measure, just add accordingly.
Add squash to bag and shake...
Put the squash on the cookie sheet and top with a little bit of shredded Parmesan. Bake for 15 minutes.
15 minutes later you have this! YUM!
Tonight we had Pepper Steak and Squash
It's a must try! We all love it. What are some of your favorite squash recipes??
Wanted to share a few pages from my Half Marathon Training Notebook. I have a page where I keep up with how I am doing every 30 days. I also keep up with what I do each week. Monday is Day 1 for me so I also weigh in on Monday. At the end of each week I write down my total miles for the week. I have also printed out a 14 week guide that I will start end of July. This first few weeks has been all about getting back on track, watching what I eat and drinking 100 oz of water a day (that's another blog post).
So here is a sneak peak into my notebook...
I wanted to end by sharing a favorite Bible verse of mine:
"Let us run with endurance the race set before us..." Hebrews 12:1