What I Ate Wednesday

Morning

smoothie in a glass with a straw

Not surprisingly, I started off my day with a green smoothie. This one included frozen bananas, a whole romaine heart, hemp protein, sunflower seed butter, water, cinnamon and vanilla.

Afternoon

salad in a bowl and a fried egg on a plate

I started off my lunch with a chopped romaine salad, topped with shredded carrots, avocado and this orange basil vinaigrette. Followed by two eggs fried in coconut oil, and topped with nutritional yeast for a “cheesy” flavor.

coconut yogurt in a small glass jar

As a late afternoon/pre-dinner snack, I had some homemade coconut yogurt, made in my slow cooker.

Evening

spaghetti squash with avocado sauce

For dinner, we split an entire baked spaghetti squash, smothered in a variation of this avocado sauce with sun-dried tomatoes, topped with a bit of cashew Parmesan. It was really tasty!

chocolate almond butter tart

We split dessert, too. I had never tried this raw almond butter tart before, and since there was a sale at Whole Foods the other day, I had to give it a shot! It was tasty, but I actually prefer Hail Merry’s lemon tart more.

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Fit n Fifty

Brussel sprouts oven roasted with Black Walnut oil. You have to try it!

Rande @ The Vegetable Centric Kitchen

Coconut yogurt in your slow cooker?? I may have a use for that thing after all…

Annalisa

I’m in Thailand right now, so I’ve been eating a ton of Thai food. It has been amazing but I will be honest, I miss my green smoothies and drinks! They have a ton of fresh fruit smoothies, but they don’t use greens in their drinks.

Anita

I’ve tried the hail mary lemon tart too. It was so good. They’re a little spendy. Have you ever tried recreating them?

Joanna

Homemade coconut yogurt? Yum. Please do share your recipe soon! Even the store bought unsweetened coconut yogurts have ingredients I’d rather avoid. I love how you’re using tiny little mason jars to store it. Love your blog!

misa

Your almond butter fudge so delicious, thanks for all great recipes

Joyce

You may want to check out the photos for a Facebook link. I shared your site with a FB group and didn’t know it would provide a link. The link picture is an 8×8 pan with beige cake. Kinda blah looking. I would have expected your logo if anything.

Does the link change based on the day someone references it?

Christina @ The Beautiful Balance

That coconut milk yogurt looks amazing!

Jessica

Please share how you make the coconut yogurt!!

Living Outside of the Box

I second the need for a recipe for the coconut yogurt, too! I have 3 coconuts here ready to use…and I can’t make my mind up about what to do with them!! ๐Ÿ™‚

Claire

Hi Meghan:
Happy Thanksgiving! I recall youhaving a delish rescipe fror cranberry relish but I am not finding it on your site? Thank you!

AbiKale

Will you share the coconut yogurt recipe made in your VitaClay?

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