Wednesday, August 21, 2013

What I Ate Wednesday


I have been tied to this here computer a lot lately, and therefore not cooking or baking as much as I would like. Maybe I should say not baking as much as I would like. I don't really want to cook. I did manage to make vegan banana muffins for breakfast one day.

Here are some other meals I have enjoyed this past week.


Yesterday morning my husband brought me a fruit smoothie here at my desk. That was nice. I tend to get right on the computer in the morning before I even eat.


I followed the smoothie up later with an apple fritter and a cup of decaf green tea. An apple fritter is breakfast food right? There are apples in it.


Another day's breakfast was tea and a slice of spelt bread with peanut butter and jam. I also forget to drink water when I'm at the computer a lot, so I filled up my Citrus Zinger with water and lemon juice in the morning to be sure I would drink throughout the day.


For lunch one day we had a cucumber and tomato salad along with quesadillas filled with black beans and Daiya vegan mozzarella shreds.


One day I was really lazy and I just grabbed some hummus and these WildRoots Kale & Chia WildChips that I got at Costco. They are surprisingly quite tasty.


Another lunch was spaghetti with leftover tomato sauce. We do a lot of that around here!


My husband barbecued for dinner one day - potatoes, sweet potatoes, peppers, zucchini and delicious Gardein veggie burgers. I love these simple summer meals. I figure we can make them right into November.


Yesterday I made my standard lentils and rice, which we enjoyed with another cucumber tomato salad, rapini and veggie dogs. I know, the veggie dog kind of uglies it up, doesn't it?

How about you? Have you been spending much time in the kitchen lately?





6 comments:

  1. I've had those Kale chips from Costco before! We lovedddd them over here at my housse! So good!

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    1. Aren't they? I was surprised because the ingredients sound so healthy. ;)

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  2. All of your food looks so delicious & fresh. Apple fritter totally counts as a breakfast item ;)

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    1. Thank you! And thanks for the support on the apple fritter thing! ;)

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  3. Your muffins look lovely. So moist.

    That's sweet that your hubby made you a smoothie. Wish my man would that.

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    1. Thanks Nikki.

      Tell him to do it - men seem to need a push. ;)

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