Morning sickness back anyone?
Unfortunately i've found that sweets help....i've been eating caramels the last several mornings. :/
I forgot about french toast too. But my midwife sent me a link to some meal delivery service's menu plans in order to get some ideas. She also told me to buy something unhealthy if it sounds good to me and mix fruit or veggies into it. I wanted to make french toast this morning but my 3yr old told me I don't know how to make it yummy and she didn't want it. LOL. Unfortunately, she is right.
Hmm...if carbs are sounding really good...how about making some breads? Like pumpkin, or banana, or I just made a pound cake loaf with blackberries mixed in. It's not particularly healthy, but hey...it's the homestretch! You can make it healthier if it sounds good too...like adding nuts, or using whole wheats...or oats...or honey instead of sugar etc...I've even made some whole wheat loaves by hand before that were to die for delicious when eaten straight from the oven!
Also, for protein, what about going with pita and hummus? still kind of carby, but their are some pita brands out there with LOADS of protein. The one I have right now is 10 g protein per circle! Also, you can make healthy...maybe not good tasting nuts much better with a bit of butter and salt ;-)
I'm lucky in that eating is going as usual for me...but I think it might be easy right now because of how low baby is...there's more stomach room!
I like your suggestions Pregnova-- hummus is a good idea! And you can even punch up the protein factor in bread, I suppose, by adding stuff like quinoa or amaranth to the mix. That would add a nice nutty flavor too.
And can I just say YUM to french toast? That sounds heavenly. Now I know what I want for breakfast tomorrow ;)