Egg and Bean Burrito with Avocado and Yogurt-Lime Sauce

Here’s an easy to fix after run meal that works for dinner too.



¼ cup non-fat Greek Yogurt
1 tablespoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 medium Red Onion, diced
1 Jalapeño Pepper, diced
½ teaspoon Ground Cumin
1 15 ounce can Black Beans, drained and rinsed
4 eggs, mixed
1/8 teaspoon Salt
4 Whole Wheat Tortillas
½ cup Shredded Cheese (Cheddar, Monterey Jack, etc.)
1 Avocado, sliced
1 cup Salsa

In a small bowl, mix the yogurt and lime juice. Place bowl in refrigerator until final steps.
Heat the olive oil in a skillet over medium heat. Add diced onion and jalapeño pepper and cook until soft. About five minutes.
Add the cumin and beans to the skillet and stir. Once the beans are hot, add eggs and cook until eggs are fluffy.
Warm the Tortilla for 1 to 2 minutes in a pan over medium heat. Lay out the tortillas and divide egg & bean mixture among the four tortillas. Top with cheese, avocado slices and yogurt-lime sauce. Roll up and top with salsa.
NOTE: I like to make this in advance and serve for several meals during the week. If you wish to make the mixture ahead of time, don’t add the eggs. When ready, re-warm the bean mixture in a skillet in the portion needed and cook eggs accordingly.

Half Marathon Training: Week Eleven (Recovery Week)

Less than 30 days until Nashville and this week was a bit of a recovery week. My last speed work drills were this week and I admit I took a little off the intensity there as well. On Wednesday I felt some tightening in my lower back and by the time I finished my run on the treadmill it had spread around toward my abdomen. It wasn’t bad enough to stop me but I had planned on kicking up the pace during the last ten minutes but decided to hold the pace. By Thursday morning the tightening had subsided quite a bit but it wasn’t gone. I pushed during the intervals but took a little off the pace just in case. All was well for my long run on Saturday.

Saturday’s long run was relaxed and steady. The goal was to run for 95 minutes but in the end it was just about a minute shy of two hours. Running distances less then eight miles just don’t seem like such a big deal anymore. I’m ready for April 30th to arrive.

Workout breakdown for the week:

Monday: Ran 5.30 miles at 11:39 pace.
Tuesday: Rest day (but still did some walking).
Wednesday: 36 minute interval run. 18 minute fast run/2 minute walk/16 minute fast run.
Thursday: 42 minute interval run. 12 minute slow run/3 minute fast run followed by 1.5 minute of walking (x4)/12 minute slow run for a distance of 3.92 miles at 10:50 overall average pace.
Friday: Rest day.
Saturday: Ran 10.65 miles at 11:11 pace.
Sunday: Strength training and stretching.