What I Ate Wednesday #9

It’s Wednesday – you know what that means… Time for WIAW! For those of you who don’t know, Jen over at Peas and Crayons hosts WIAW every week – check out her blog for more information on it.

I’m loving the theme this month! A sensible snacker I am (most of the time)! Since I’ve started going to yoga, my Tuesdays have become longer than usual, as I don’t get home until after 8pm. I’ve been having an extra snack before yoga to hold me over, and when I get home I am ravenous and ready for dinner!

Breakfast

 

Breakfast was Raspberry Vanilla overnight oats – old fashioned oats, milk, vanilla greek yogurt, frozen raspberries and a little agave nectar and vanilla extract.  I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of overnight oats for breakfast – especially now that it’s summer, such a cold and refreshing way to start the day!

I had a S’More’s Cliff Kid Zbar as a mid-morning snack too.

Lunch

Lunch was a bowl of quinoa kale salad (recipe coming soon) and a bowl of pineapple. I’ve been buying a pineapple every week now – it is so cheap if you chop it up yourself!

For my mid-afternoon snack I had a box of raisins. Who says you’re too old for a kiddie box of raisins! :)

I also had a banana before my yoga class to quell my hunger until my late dinner.

Dinner

Dinner was 3 slices of leftover sun-dried tomato artichoke pizza from last night (recipe here!). I told you I come back from yoga really hungry! Speaking of yoga, I bought an unlimited monthly pass because I’ve been loving it so far. I’ll have a yoga update on my next post!

And that’s a wrap for What I Ate Wednesday Tuesday! I’ll be back with a sweet and delicious recipe tomorrow!

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10 Responses to What I Ate Wednesday #9

  1. Loving your meals! Healthy, clean, and delicious! That pizza recipe looks amazing!
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  2. You would with the pizza again :P I packed a lunch today but I keep thinking about your combo, and it’ll be tough not to run across the street and see if they can whip me up an artichoke one!

  3. I really need to incorporate quinoa into my life! It looks great!
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  4. Your raspberry vanilla overnight oats look SO good! I need to start adding more fruit to my bowls; I often garnish my oats with fruit, but with the exception of bananas, haven’t stirred it in the night before.

    I’m looking forward to the quinoa kale salad recipe–yum!
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  5. Jessica says:

    The quinoa kale salad sounds awesome and looks totally healthy! Can’t wait for the recipe!
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  6. Kailey says:

    I want that pizza – all of my favorites are on it! Can’t wait for the quiona bowl recipe :D
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  7. Whole Foods has a really delicious edamame succotash which looks identical to your quinoa kale salad. And if I’m not mistaken, it looks like there’s edamame in there? Orrr maybe lima beans? Either way– yum!

    Hope packing is going well. We’re both moving on the same weekend 8)
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    • Caroline says:

      I wish we had a Whole Foods near me – I miss it so much! And yes that is edamame. Until recently I had forgotten how much I love edamame!

  8. Your raspberry vanilla overnight oats look delicious! I have been buying tons of watermelon; also so cheap if you do the chopping!

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