Wednesday, January 22, 2014

What I Ate Wednesday!

This What I Ate Wednesday looks quite a bit different than last week, dontcha think!? Thank goodness! I mentioned a couple weeks ago that I realized I was not eating as much as I thought I was, so I've been (a little) more diligent about tracking calories lately. Yesterday's eats turned out to be a little over 1950 calories with 187 of them being from carbohydrates. Hooray! 

Breakfast was the new usual- rosemary red potatoes, scrambled eggs, and a piece of Applegate Chicken Sausage. 
Post Workout I had a waffle made in my waffle maker that I finally broke out earlier this week. Topped it off with some blueberries and greek yogurt. 
For snack I grabbed a Power Crunch bar (If you haven't tried these, you need to!) 1/2 a green apple, and greek yogurt (not pictured) 
Lunch was 2 leftover tacos from dinner on Monday night. 
Dinner was Southwestern Turkey Meatballs from the December issue of Oxygen Magazine. (Another must try.) 
And a tasty little casein pudding with extra stevia before bed. 

And before you ask for my waffle recipe… 

I'm still working on it  ;) 


  1. I've found that my waffles just do NOT turn out without baking powder and coconut flour. No matter what else I put in there, those two are must haves!

    1. Hmm Interesting! I've had a few turn out now, just still not 100% perfectly. I'll give your tips a shot though!

  2. I use protein powder and liquid egg whites, and if I'm adding pumpkin or something...that'd it. Make sure you spray it with olive oil spray a little

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    1. No, they have whey protein in them :( I don't eat them often because they do tend to bother my stomach, but that are so great for a sweet/cookie type option when it's that time of the month! :)

  4. Those waffles...sorry I had to LOL! I have been seeing so much love for waffles lately, I think I need to add a waffle maker to my wish list!

  5. The mint chocolate power crunch is the BEST:)

  6. Looks like a great day of eating! I make a similar breakfast of eggs, potatoes and sausage... delish!


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