good morning! i am running a little late right now (darn you, snooze button!), so let’s keep this what i ate wednesday short & sweet, ok?!
as is becoming my routine, i started my day with coffee and computer time.
a little while later, i assembled breakfast: an apple with homemade cinnamon almond butter.
a couple hours later, it was snack time! i had a banana with homemade cinnamon almond butter + my handful of supplements.
i wanted to eat lunch with brad when he got home, so i wasn’t very hungry thanks to my snack. i kept things small and simple with baked lentil chips + a new-to-me trader joe’s find: spicy black bean dip & two hard boiled eggs on the side.
then i worked for like 7 more hours and finally came up for air to realize i had to go to the grocery store & i was hungry! i got this string cheese as am impulse buy at the supermarket, so i had a piece before starting on dinner.
dinner was one of our easy fall-backs since it was getting so late: nachos! corn tortilla rounds with sloppy joe meat, chopped spinach, green bell pepper, black olives, onion, cheese, salsa, and sour cream.
i could eat those nachos every night!
after my long day of work, ice cream was necessary! i had a little bowl of cedar crest cookie dough ice cream.
it was no blue moon, but it hit the spot!
and that’s that!
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hope everyone has a great day! it’s hump day – we’re getting so close to a 3-day weekend! hooray!
what meal could you eat over and over again?
nachos are a popular one around here! so are smorgasbord meals where we just pull stuff from the fridge and make a little buffet-style plate. i definitely need to get back on the food prep on the weekends + meal planning train, though!