Today’s What I Ate Wednesday post is coming atcha featuring my eats from this past Sunday. I almost always share my day of eats using a week day. I think that it is nice for you to see what I eat on a typical work day, but you rarely every get to see a day of eats for a day on the weekend. But that is about to change. Check out What I Ate
After a 30 minute Jillian Michaels yoga DVD workout, I sat down to eat this GIANT pancake:
I made a Pumpkin Egg White and Oatmeal Protein Pancake, which I topped off with peanut butter and half a banana. This was seriously good. My breakfasts on the weekend are definitely a bit more “elaborate” (if you can call this elaborate ;)) because I have a lot more time to dedicate towards prepping them. Weekend breakfasts almost always consist of some type of pancakes, french toast, or nachos. Nachos for breakfast? Yes…check back tomorrow! 😉
Mid-morning, I broke out my cute little festive bowl from last year and ate the other half of the banana that was leftover from breakfast.
For lunch, I made The Happy Herbivore’s Mexican Cabbage (with pinto beans instead of black beans) and topped it off with some nutritional yeast.
I snagged a few pieces of roasted kabocha squash that I prepped up for this week. I finally found my first kabocha of the season at Whole Foods, and thank goodness because I was really craving it!
Next, I snacked on some sugar snap peas. I am in love with these babies right now. And no, I did not eat this whole bag, though if they weren’t so expensive I probably would have been tempted to! 😉
I also drank a strawberry Zevia…
…and snacked on a Divine apple dipped in sunflower seed butter (yes, I forgot to take a picture until I was half way through the apple).
Dinner was two slices of a Butternut Squash Lentil Loaf (recipe to come!) dipped in barbecue sauce and served alongside sauteed rainbow chard and mushrooms. Seriously, this was darn good. Ah heck, I am going to go ahead and say it. This was damn good! 😉
I ended the night with a few snacks, including:
fresh strawberries and grapes…
…and (no surprise here) a baked sweet potato topped with maple almond butter…the best way to end a night!
Have a great Wednesday, everyone :).