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What I Ate Wednesday: Hooray Veggies!

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I can’t believe it’s already Wednesday again!

After last week, I made sure to up my veggies so I would have some more colorful pictures to share.  Jenn at Peas & Crayons would be so proud!  Let’s thank her for hosting the party by stopping by her page and checking out all of the other WIAW shenanigans today.

Also, along with today’s eats just assume that I slurped down tons of ice water throughout the day.

Because I did…

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Breakfast: Strawberry Cheesecake overnight oats that I forgot to photograph
so you get a pic of my Chocolate Covered Strawberry Overnight Oats instead.
I also had a mug of dark roast coffee w/ Nunaturals stevia & cream.

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Snack #1 & #2: A handful of roasted almonds & a clementine later in the afternoon.

WIAW 2

Lunch: Spinach salad w/ strawberries, cucumber, carrots, celery,
sunflower seeds, strawberries, and salt & pepper w/ a drizzle of honey mustard
added after the photo was taken. I also had a grain free “cornbread” muffin
whose recipe I’ve been testing. Still needs a little work before I can share.

Snack #3: A slice of thick whole wheat bread w/ crunchy natural peanut butter.
I totes forgot to photograph it too! Baby brain in full effect.

WIAW 1

Supper: A bowl of this beautiful salad that’s essentially the same as the one above.

WIAW 4

A huge helping of spaghetti squash spaghetti bake. I probably
could’ve eaten the whole pan if there weren’t others in the house to worry about.

WIAW 3

Another “grain free” muffin.

WIAW 5Dessert: A bowl of vanilla & chocolate pudding w/ whipped cream.
My husband surprised me with it. Obvi I couldn’t say no!

Sweet Baby Owen Ray 4 months-213

Midnight Snack: Precious baby sugars

Getting to know you…

What’s your favorite salad dressing?

Do you add nuts to your salad?

How many clementines have you eaten this year?

 

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6 Comments
  • Mia
    January 15, 2014

    I am super looking forward to that grain free “cornbread” muffin recipe. I don’t understand why its not done already! I mean, its not like you’re busy or anything! (JK – Owen is the cutest!) I go back and forth between eating almost exclusively Catalina dressing and almost exclusively honey mustard. Every now and again, I’ll do a sesame ginger, or balsamic and oil if I’m trying to be a bit healthier. You know me and nuts…so none of those on my salad. I don’t eat many clementines or citrus fruits, because I hate peeling them.

  • Sabrina @ Nutritiously Sweet
    January 15, 2014

    Oh my gosh those overnight oats look fantastic!!! So does that salad… *drooools*

  • Kaitlin
    January 15, 2014

    That breakfast dish looks SO GOOD! I sometimes add nuts to my salad but haven’t of late. Good idea 🙂

  • Julie
    January 15, 2014

    I’ve never had clementines or any oranges. I love other citrus fruits though.

    I also don’t use salad dressing. Lame huh?

    However, I love that spaghetti squash bake. Amazing.

  • [email protected]&Starving
    January 16, 2014

    Oh wow, I can’t even tell you how many clementines I’ve eaten as I’ve been obsessed with them lately and sometimes find myself snacking on a two a day!!

    Those oats look great and so does that spaghetti squash bake!

    I don’t really love most salad dressings. I usually make my own quick vinaigrette with red wine vinegar, evoo, garlic, salt, & pepper.

    • amber
      January 16, 2014

      I can easily eat 15 clementines a day probably! They are just so dang good!