So I don’t know why it is that when I get two rest days in a row that my whole body just turns into lazybones but all weekend I was lazy bones! I even managed to get 12 hours of continuous sleep!!!! Who would have ever guessed that I was capable of such things 🙂
In complete honesty I wasn’t total lazybones… we went out to support our coach at the ACO competition in Dallas on Saturday. And let me tell you I’m soooo glad I’m still a newbie because it was a beast of a day. After watching a couple hundred athletes just hit these WOD’s full force I was extrememly exhausted. All I did was casually walk around and wish I had more money to buy an event hoody but I was tired from seeing all of them put their max effort on the court and fields. I know those guys and gals were killing it and I have much respect. Maybe next year I’ll be ballsy enough to register!
Here’s a quick pic of Grant beginning his go at the “atlas stones”. He had to move 5 stones ranging from 116lbs to over 250lbs in 2 minutes. He absolutely KILLED it. It was awesome to watch!!!
It was good to hang out with the “box” peeps outside of our typical days at the Boom Box. Overall it ranked as a super fun day 🙂 ACO put on a good event and I can’t wait till next year.
Our WOD for this morning was:
15 min AMRAP
I managed to get 6 on my last round of DL’s at 165. I was having a rough morning for lifts but I managed to get it done… barely! And I got a WHOPPING 10 rounds for my metcon…whooo I thought I was going to die, but clearly I did not. It was dreadful on the way in thinking about the runs but post WOD I was glad we did it. It got me moving and I felt like I pushed myself.
SWEET TREATS! Soooooo, I managed to get the lemon bars made. I found them over at Civilized Caveman Cooking Creations. I made the lemon part on Friday evening before Jonas’ orchestra concert (which by the way was pretty good, I was surprised that 7th and 8th graders performed so well!). I didn’t make the “crust” till last night though. I wish I had made it all the same day but next time I will. Here is the link to his site and the recipe I used. 2 out of 3 kids liked it. I think my youngest thought it was too tart. But he didn’t complain. Forgive me for my poor quality pics. I was in a rush on Friday and I spaced out last night.
Servings: 36 1 inch squares
Prep Time: 15 Minutes
Cook Time: 20 Minutes
Cool Time: 2 Hours
- 6 Whole Eggs
- 1/2 Cup Raw Organic Honey
- 1/2 Cup Coconut Oil
- 1 Cup Lemon Juice (8 lemons)
- Unsweetened Shredded Coconut
- 1 Cup of Raw Almonds
- 1 Cup of Raw Macadamia Nuts
- 1/4 Cup Raw Organic Honey
- 1/2 Cup of Melted Coconut Oil
- 2 Eggs
- Whisk your eggs, honey, and lemon juice together in a small sauce pan
- Place on your stove over medium/high heat and add coconut oil
- Stir until coconut oil melts and then continue stirring until the mixture thickens and starts to bubble
- Once thick, remove from the heat and place in a bowl in your refrigerator to cool
- Preheat your oven to 400 Degrees F
- Place your almonds and macadamia nuts in a food processor and blend until in small chunks, you do not want a flour consistency, you want little chunks
- In a mixing bowl, combine nuts with the honey, melted coconut oil, and eggs and mix well
- Grease an 8×12 inch baking pan, I used coconut oil and then spread your nut mixture over the entire pan
- Bake for 15-18 minutes or until your crust is done, it will pass the toothpick test
- Cool your crust completely before applying your topping
- Once your crust is cool, spread your lemon topping over your crust, sprinkle as much unsweetened shredded coconut as you want over the topping, and then return to the refrigerator or freezer, I like mine better frozen
- Keep it refrigerated or frozen until you serve it and then return the remaining to the fridge/freezer