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I’m sure you’re shocked, but today is Wednesday, which means another WIAW post! Will I ever stop with these? Probably not. People seem to like reading them and honestly, it’s one day I don’t have to come up with a topic for! Makes my life a little easier. If you’re new to What I Ate Wednesday, head on over to Peas and Crayons to see what the link up is all about, and to see the other participating bloggers!

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I woke up Monday morning HUNGRY. I knew there was no way I’d get through my run without eating, so I had half a banana (un-pictured) and a piece of cinnamon sugar toast.

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I heard about Amaranth from Linz, when she posted about it and included a recipe. I wanted to try it myself so I got some from the Whole Foods bulk bin, but I wanted to make up my own recipe, so I made Apple Cinnamon Amaranth. I’ll have the recipe together and up on Sunday’s post!

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I’d already made and packed my lunch the night before (SO proud!) so it was easy and ready to go. I made it with about 2.5 cups kale, steamed in the microwave (easier on my stomach), sliced carrots, avocado and topped with quinoa (1/4 cup dry). I’d also drizzled some Vanilla Fig Balsamic that I bought at Home Goods this weekend (Lindsay and Kelsey got the same bottle) and it made the dish!

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As an afternoon snack, I had a Quest Bar and the other half of my apple (un-pictured) that went into my breakfast. After seeing Quest Bars on Molly’s blog (and a few other places), I wanted to give them a try (the flavors sound so good!). Big props to Lindsay who got me a few from her gym!


Um. This was really good. As Molly mentioned, it’s kind of a weird texture, but you get used to it. It really did taste like peanut butter and jelly! I can’t wait to try some more. Warning though, they cost almost $3 a pop so… be weary.

I also had a coffee to get me through the day while waiting for my last class to start.

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For dinner I sautéed some carrots, Southern Greens from Trader Joes, and a TJs Spicy Jalapeno chicken sausage. I also had a piece of Udi’s bread with mashed avocado on top.

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For dessert, I made a bowl of peach sorbet (peaches, a bit of almond milk, ice, stevia, a bit of salt, & xanthan gum blended in the Vitamix), with my chocolate protein topping (cocoa powder, stevia and protein powder).

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And then…. WOAH! Big change! Haha a little bit later I had another bowl of peach sorbet! This stuff is too good.

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Creature of habit right here.


Have you ever had a Quest bar or amaranth?

What’s your favorite lunch to pack?



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