Sprouts Farmer's Market Heights is now open for bidness as of wednesday, march 11th! i planned on being one of the first 200 shoppers at 7am to get 20% off my entire basket...and then i woke up. i wanted Frick and Frack to come with me so that we could all enjoy the grand opening samples and experience together, so i chose to go get my solo, early workout in instead. i posted this still shot via IG,
but here's the vid so you can incorporate this med ball move that works your core into your leg routine too.
i'm so glad i chose to hit the gym cause i had no chance of going the rest of the day. that's usually how my days go though! anyway, we met my mom and aunt there that gloomy day,
and we had a good ol' time shoppin'
of course i'll try some So Delicious strawberry dairy-free ice cream.
i have always loved the size of SFM.
it's just right. neither overwhelming nor cramped.
a sales associate saw how much we loved these roasted and salted okra chips (we kept going back for more samples) so she brought this over to me lol! i put them back though as i would have finished the entire thing in the car on the way home.
trying not to overdo it and get stuck in the matrix, i.e., that infamous bulk aisle.
almost done! what exactly did i bring home? check out the VLOG and seeee:
a few of my faves:
i was looking for the new Arctic Zero flavors and i found'em! just not key lime pie though:( they are 75 cals per serving and 300 cals per pint. love. this. stuff. their new chunky pint flavors are fat-free, low glycemic, gluten-free, nut-free, GMO-free, and lactose-free.
here's that baby food recipe for ya:
Maple Cinnamon Papplesauce (Pear + Apple = Papple ;) )
- 3 opal apples
- 1 tbsp pure maple syrup
- juice of 1/2 a lemon
- 2 tbsp water
- 2 tsp cinnamon
- peel, core, and chop apples preferably the same size so that they cook evenly
- add all ingredients to your sauce pan set to medium high heat and coated with no stick cooking spray
- saute apples until tender, about 5-7 minutes or until super soft to the touch. keep covered, but stir every so often
- transfer mixture to your blender or food processor and blend until super-duper smooth
Q: what do you love about SFM? what do you buy there? what would you change?