WHAT I AM EATING THIS WEEK// Healthy Breakfast + Lunch Recipes!

WHAT I AM EATING THIS WEEK// Healthy Breakfast + Lunch Recipes! Currently 17.5 weeks pregnant! These are the meals that keep me healthy and feeling …

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  1. Destiny Cummings March 5, 2020 at 8:56 pm - Reply

    I watch as my pregnant self shoves Cheetos into my pie whole 😅😅😅 will def have to try these!

  2. Cheryl Marshall March 5, 2020 at 8:56 pm - Reply

    BELLAAAA !! You look sooo beautiful. God Bless you and your hubs. Your lil Dot is going to be so cherished by so many. Loved the video. It was a breath of fresh air for me. I'm so stressed out over this virus thing. I love your positivity. I'm going to make the cauli fried rice. Looks simple but yummy !

  3. Love this vid,butttt need to see y’all do the baby mama dance plz! Love y’all to and the journey y’all are about to go threw is so priceless❤️

  4. Love the recepies and your videos but… not the implication that coliflower rice is "healthier" than rice…it's just two differents foods with differents nutrients and different energy-density. Rice is healthy specially whole rice, it has lots of fiber and nutrients for your body, nutritients that your body needs 🙂 and coliflower is great too and a good source of nutrients as well and making rice is great to include more vegetables in your plate. For controlling your callories you could change the proportions. I just did not like that implication of one being healthier than the other, it contributies to a diet-culture which is not great for our general body and mental health.

  5. T A Y A L B A l تـוْاي March 5, 2020 at 8:56 pm - Reply

    The morning meals 🥰😍 are my favorite, and basically I eat them for lunch and dinner sometimes 😬

  6. Alexandria Stone March 5, 2020 at 8:56 pm - Reply

    You seem so happy is this video 🥰
    Glad you guys are all 3 doing well and your recipes looked yummy. Nice and simple!

  7. Lulu B Guerrero March 5, 2020 at 8:56 pm - Reply

    Everything looks amazing! I love chia pudding as well, with fruit and coconut flakes 👌🏼

    Also, I could watch you ALL day! Love your positive vibes 💛

  8. I bought the same rice at Trader Joes … love it! I'm going to try and make the cauliflower dish. Does the cauliflower dish tastes good the second day? I'm trying to eat more veggies and less chicken and meats. I see that you are doing better this trimester and not having morning sickness.

  9. michelle cedillo March 5, 2020 at 8:56 pm - Reply

    Careful with flax and flax products during pregnancy. It isn't recommended because its linked to premature birth. I MISS my flax milk.

  10. Speaking of being sick..

    Yea I’m over here sick again😩 😷 🤒

    Lol Sam at the end doing the baby mama dance 🤣🤣

  11. These look great!

    Sesame oil unfortunately shouldn't be heated but you can add it at the end 🙂

    Also, for anyone who wants exact measurements for the chia pudding, it's 1 cup of almond milk to 4 tbsp of chia seeds

  12. Jasmine and Emmy March 5, 2020 at 8:56 pm - Reply

    First time mommy and I'm not going to lie I'm human and I'm a tad nervous about this virus going around. I can control my hygiene but going to work and being around others who dont is what makes me nervous. Trying to keep some positive energy in this crazy news time

  13. Hey Sam I say this cause I love you (absolutely no hate) but I stopped having spirulina when I found out I was pregnant because most said “can be harmful during pregnancy” 😬 I know you’re very careful but just in case 💕

  14. Džoanna Pāvuliņa March 5, 2020 at 8:56 pm - Reply

    If you add cinnamon to ur basic chia pudding mix it makes amazing flavor and have lots of health benefits.

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