What do Pilates Trainers Eat? Our first recipe.

Our trainers are a pretty healthy crew. We all eat pretty healthy and have found a way to make healthy living part of our lives. In the coming weeks, we’re going to have some fun on our Instagram page. We’re going to show what our trainers are eating in one day so that you can see all the different ways there are to eat healthy. You’ll also see that we all find time for indulgences. Follow us @corereformpilates on instagram.
To kick it off, here’s our first easy weeknight meal recipe.
Pasta with roasted cauliflower, tomatoes & arugula.
You’ll need: cauliflower, garlic, tomatoes, arugula and pasta.
For our purposes, this was a meal for one. Just double the quantities to make it for two.
– Bowlful of cauliflower: Cut into small pieces, coat nicely in a good quality olive oil and with 1 clove garlic mixed in. Roast at 500 for a short amount of time, probably 10-15 minutes. Set aside.
– A generous handful of cherry tomatoes: Cut in half with a small coating of olive oil. Roast for a few short minutes – 3-5. Set aside.
– Arugula – a good sized amount. It gets smaller once it wilts.
– 1 serving size pasta – any kind you want.
Cook the pasta, drain the pasta. Then, add all ingredients back into the pot & mix together. If you’re pasta is still hot, your arugula will wilt nicely. If you roasted in advance, no worries, just add heat for a minute or two to heat everything up.
If you’re super hungry, add a protein, like turkey or vegetarian meatballs. You can add cheese, too!