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It's Friday, Friday, Friday

Posted Aug 05 2011 12:00am
Friday's rock.  The end.

The hubs had today off for a "training holiday" so we get a fun-filled three day weekend together.  SCORE.

Made both the hubs and I breakfast.  Egg+2 egg white scramble, sausage patty, strawberries, and slice of Rudi's whole wheat toast with organic PB and jam.
Since I got to work out with Chris today we decided to head to the pool to get a good swim in.  I mentioned earlier that I have been helping Chris swim better.  I have to say he is improving!  
1500 Meter Swim** 200m warm-up, any stroke (we did free)
Drill Set - Repeat 3 times for a total of 900m 2x100m (50m arms only, 50m kick only - do twice) 100m freestyle
Speed Set - do twice 50m sprint 50m easy
200m cool-down, any stroke (I alternated 50's of free and breast) **After repeating the drill set 3 times I added in a 200m breaststroke while I waited for Chris to catch up ;)
Freebirds!  If you are in Texas you know what Freebirds is.  If not, it's a lot like Moe's or Chipotle.  I had a chicken burrito with salsa, cheese, beans, tomatoes, and lettuce and Chris and I shared the chips and salsa.  YUM.
We had to rush to finish our errands in the afternoon.  We got our grocery shopping done and a quick trip to Finish Line for Chris to get color-coordinating shoelaces for his new running shoes.  I swear he is like a woman sometimes!
We had a BBQ at a friend's house tonight.  They grilled chicken, corn, potatoes, and beans.  It was delicious but the company was even better :)


Mini-Fruit Tarts ( print recipe )
Ingredients: Pre-Made Pie Crust 1 1/2 cups cold water 6 tbsp fat free sweetened condensed milk fat-free sugar-free vanilla pudding 12oz whipped topping assorted fruit, chopped
Preheat the oven to 400°. Invert a 12-cup muffin pan and lightly grease the outside bottoms and sides. Cut pie crust into four 4-inch rounds. Drape the 4-inch rounds over the muffin cups to mold into the cup shape.  Do this for a total of 12 shells.  Bake for 10-12 minutes or until golden brown.  Let cool completely. 
Whisk the cold water and condensed milk.  Add the pudding and whisk for 2 minutes.  Let stand for 2 minutes.  Fold in the whipped topping.  Refrigerate for 30 minutes.
Pipe the whipped mixture into the cooled shells.  Decorate with your fruit.  
Serve cold.  Enjoy!

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