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What I Ate: Christmas Highlights

I hope you all had a Merry Christmas!

In typical “What I Ate Wednesday” fashion, I figured I’d share a few menu items from our Christmas day. I didn’t make a point of tracking or taking a picture of everything we ate, so keep in mind that the following pictures are just a few highlights.

To kick off the morning, my sister-in-law made us a batch of homemade spelt waffles! Served with pure maple syrup, they were a delicious holiday treat.

After opening our presents together, we snacked on a few cookies, too. I made these “Peanut Butter Temptations” using my grain-free peanut butter cookie recipe and the dark chocolate peanut butter cups from Trader Joe’s.

When we had a break in the afternoon at home, I whipped up a leafy green salad topped with raw goat cheddar and smothered in my favorite Honey Dijon dressing for lunch.

Before heading off to an evening Clippers game, I guzzled this green juice– Greens 3 from Pressed Juicery. (My favorite!)

This was my first time attending a Christmas day basketball game, but it turned out to be so much fun, we may have to make it a holiday tradition!

However you all spent your day, I hope it was a great one!

Reader Feedback: What was your favorite holiday meal? Any special activities or events you enjoyed? If you follow me on Facebook, you may have seen the Christmas Caroling Truck we saw on Christmas Eve… I’ve never seen anything like it!

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