Wednesday, August 22, 2012

What I Ate Wednesday!

Finally back on board with WIAW! I've skipped the last few weeks, but it's great to be back in the party... make sure you check out every one's posts over at Peas and Crayons! [Warning: You will be there for the next 3 hours, so make sure you clear your schedule!]

I'm lame and totally forgot to take a picture of breakfast, but don't worry it was just the norm: egg whites with jalapeno, onion, and mushrooms topped with low sugar ketchup and 2 slices of Ezekiel bread with a thin layer of coconut oil, cinnamon, and Truvia. 
My first snack of the day was cottage cheese with oats, cinnamon, and Truvia. I also put a splash of almond milk just to keep a good consistency. For lunch I had leftover clean pizza which was supposed to be B's lunch yesterday but he (thankfully) forgot it, so I swooped it up! I made a new little concoction for my afternoon meal, well it's really just Jamie Eason's turkey muffins with zucchini instead of celery and baked in a loaf pan. This will last me all week, so it will be my afternoon snack along with some sort of veggie... and topped with low sugar ketchup of course! 
I made some quick and easy fajitas for dinner and topped them with a dollop of Greek yogurt, then before bed I had a coconut flour/almond flour pancake. I mixed 1T coconut flour with 1T almond flour, 3 egg whites, about a table spoon of protein powder, and cinnamon. Cook like a pancake and I topped mine with a tiny bit of sugar free maple syrup. Tastes like dessert! 

11 comments:

  1. Glad to have you back and doing WIAW!! Never gets old for me. Thank you!! Out of curiosity have you ever seen any kind of recipe for a kind of Quinoa pudding of any sort? I looking for something simple for as snack. Maybe like greek yogurt mixed with quinoa or something? Cinnamon? Anyone else is welcome to comment as well. Have a great day :0).

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    1. No, I haven't but I will keep an eye out!!

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  2. I should totally make some ground turkey meatloaf when I get back home! Your post inspired me. That would be perfect to keep in a fridge in my dorm room for a quick meal....

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  3. That pancake sounds so simple and delish! Great idea.

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  4. Can you give a rough estimate of how much cottage cheese, oats and cinnamon you use for your snack. Really trying to work on my portion sizes!

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  5. I just made a honey mustard ground turkey stir fry last week and someone mentioned these turkey muffins.. glad I saw on them on here! I also like your "dessert" pancake.. pancakes any time of the day are quite amazing!

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  6. Those pancake things never work for me but I'm going to give yours a shot. I'm always looking for different things to eat late at night and that looks like it would be perfect. I have all the ingredients on hand so maybe I'll try it tonight! Thanks, b!

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