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What I Ate Wednesday: I’m back!!!

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Yay! I’m finally back with a WIAW post!

Thanks to Jenn at Peas & Crayons for always hosting the party!

Let’s get started, shall we?

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Breakfast: An amazeballs smoothie with strawberries, blackberries, blueberries,
fresh spinach, plain non-fat Greek yogurt, unsweetened vanilla almond milk & honey!
I also had a piping hot mug of 50/50 Reg to Decaf coffee with vanilla all natural,
crap free creamer and stevia, prenatal vitamins, and my ever present ice water.

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Snack: A gloriously delicious Cripps Pink Apple

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 Lunch: A homemade buffalo chicken wrap with fresh spinach,
shredded carrots, buffalo chicken, and crumbled bleu cheese!
This was served, again, with copious amounts of ice water.

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Snack: A couple of my no bake coconut banana energy bites with, you guessed it, more ice water!

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Supper: Farm fresh silver queen corn & sauteed zucchini, cucumbers & vinegar,
roasted rosemary yukon gold potatoes, & sweet italian sausage.
PS. Sorry this picture sucks so bad! We put together our son’s crib which
cut into supper time so we ate pretty late!

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Dessert: Chobani’s ah.ma.zing. almond coco loco flip!
To.die.for.

Getting to know you…

Do you put veggies in your smoothies?

What’s your favorite farm fresh veggie?

What Chobani flips have you tried?

Love y'all!
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9 Comments
  • [email protected]
    July 24, 2013

    I love putting veggies in my smoothies! Mainly leafy greens. Spinach, kale, collard greens, chard. I sometimes do beets or cucumbers too but haven’t ventured far from those. I like to make my smoothies extra thick to eat out of a bowl topped with granola. So good!

  • Casey @ Salted Plates
    July 24, 2013

    your smoothie looks great, I love using berries!

  • So… I need that chobani, STAT. Had no idea they made coconut milk yogurt! I’ve been dyyying to try some, but they’re so expensive. At least Chobani is reasonably priced.

    And, “crap-free creamer” made me LOL

  • I’m so excited for you Amber, how far along are you now? Your eats look delicious and well done for getting the crib done up – my sister and her husband didn’t do that until 3 months after their baby was born haha (she slept in a bassinet for the first few months).

  • Kaitlin
    July 24, 2013

    I just purchased spinach so I could add it to my smoothies! I also just picked up a few of those chobanis and am so excited to sample it 🙂 I’ve had the key lime and strawberry but I love my almonds and chocolate.

  • Ttrockwood
    July 24, 2013

    I always add frozen spinach to my smoothies- my blender never gets kale into small enough bits.
    The chobani flips are stupid expensive in nyc ($3 each?! ) and i go thru buckets of the stuff…. Right now i love adding blueberries, almond butter drizzle, hemp seeds and a granola sprinkle!

    • amber
      July 30, 2013

      The flips are about $1.50 around these parts…when I can actually find them! We live in BFE NC so I stock up on them when I can! You yogurt creations sound amazing!

  • Mia
    July 29, 2013

    I definitely put veggies in my smoothies. A carrot plus a handful of spinach or kale or broccoli. You can taste too much carrot (which I do not like), but you don’t even notice the green veggies if you have dark berries to mask the color.

    • amber
      July 30, 2013

      I wish I like kale more than I do! I just can’t stomach the stuff. I haven’t tried kale chips yet though.