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What I Ate Wednesday



It’s been pretty chilly in the mornings this week, but smoothies are still the easiest thing for me to prepare for breakfast… so I drink them with a blanket wrapped around my shoulders. It looks pretty ridiculous, but it works! This smoothie contained fresh spinach, cucumber, frozen peaches, dates, avocado, hemp protein powder, and water. The cucumber was a refreshing addition!


I usually feel hungry a couple hours later (thank you, breastfeeding), so I snacked on a sliced banana with homemade almond butter.


SONY DSCI started off my afternoon with a mixed green salad, topped with a bunch of shredded carrots, 1/2 an avocado and a homemade basil vinaigrette.

SONY DSCFollowed by a bowl of Curried Butternut Bisque, which I prepared in my new slow cooker. Wow, that machine makes life easier.


As a late-afternoon snack, I ate a couple of pumpkin bars made with coconut flour. (This recipe isn’t up yet, but will be posted later this month!)



While preparing dinner, I sipped on a green juice of cucumber, pineapple, lemon, coconut water and aloe.

dinnerThen we enjoyed an experimental “spaghetti” casserole! It included 2 lbs of zucchini noodles, tomatoes, onions, eggs and goat cheddar, and Austin and I split the entire pot between the two of us. Pretty good, but it needs some more tweaking before it’s recipe-worthy.

For dessert, we had our usual banana milkshakes, but made with cashew butter.

SONY DSCAnd even later in the evening/early morning, I snacked on a couple pieces of my Nutella Fudge Bites during a feeding. I added extra coconut oil to this particular batch, so it’s more filling.

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