What I Ate Wednesday (WIAW) #7

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.

Breakfast

Breakfast was nutella overnight oats, with bananas. I also had an un-pictured double chocolate chip oat cookie as a mid-morning snack. It was quite a chocolatey morning!

Lunch

Lunch was an orange creamsicle spinach smoothie and a sandwich that consisted of sun-dried tomato turkey, cheddar, and eggplant pepper spread in between garlic, onion and spinach foccacia bread. That was enough to get me through the work day and I skipped my usual mid-afternoon snack, but I did have a bit of fresh pineapple when I got home to fuel my workout.

Dinner

Dinner happened to be a repeat of last week – Asian Marinated Salmon (recipe coming very soon!) with a side of sauteed brussels sprouts and some more foccacia bread. If I repeat the salmon again next week (because it’s so good there’s a strong likelyhood I will!), I’ll try to make sure I don’t have it on Tuesday night so that I have more variety in my WIAW posts!

I finished off the night with a glass of wine – The Seeker Sauvignon Blanc from the Marlborough region of New Zealand (my favorite wine region). Delicious.

And that’s what I ate Wednesday Tuesday! Be back tomorrow with a tasty new recipe!

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12 Responses to What I Ate Wednesday (WIAW) #7

  1. I’m kind of just drooling over your breakfast. I’m allergic to hazelnuts, and therefore nutella, but it just LOOKS so good!
    the wine is called ‘the seekers’? wow I love wine names and labels.

  2. I’ve been plowing through some fresh pineapple too – that container wouldn’t last me more than a day ;)

  3. Jamie says:

    No really, can you come cook for me? lol I don’t know how you have the time to come up with all this stuff. Also, I want that foccacia bread, like now.
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    • Caroline says:

      Haha well now I have all day at work to think of recipes, it’s just finding the time to make them! The foccacia bread was really good – it’s from When Pigs Fly (a bakery in Maine). I wish I lived near the bakery so I could have it every day. The store also has unlimited samples of all of their breads… I love it there!

  4. Renee says:

    I love fresh pineapple! I’m looking forward to the salmon recipe ;)
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  5. Jessica says:

    I just recently discovered the joys of overnight oats and have been loving them ever since! I love your idea of adding nutella…genius!
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    • Caroline says:

      Once you find out how you like them it’s hard to not eat them every day! You have to try adding a little nutella – it’s SO good!

  6. Okay, I’m *really* excited about the Asian-marinated salmon recipe! It looks very similar to my favorite salmon dish at PF Chang’s, which I crave practically every day. Please post the recipe sooooon. ;)

    I still need to try Nutella in my overnight oats. I think I’m almost afraid that I’ll like it too much, which would mean Nutella every morning. I get stuck in breakfast ruts, and once I’m in, it takes a long time for me to come out. :-p

    xoxo <3
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    • Caroline says:

      I’m the same way – I’ve been eating nothing but overnight oats for a very long time! It took me weeks to switch up my nutella overnight oats to another flavor :)

  7. Kailey says:

    can’t wait for the asian salmon recipe – salmon is my favorite fish and asian is my favorite cuisine!!
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