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Well hello there!

If you missed it, be sure to check out my final review of Jamie’s IE Challenge, as well as my guest post on A Dash of Meg!

So this week for WIAW, instead of showing you a full day of food I’m going to show you a lot of the meals that I’ve been eating recently. If you’re new to What I Ate Wednesday, please be sure to head over to Peas and Crayons to see what it’s all about and to check out the other participating bloggers!


Peas and Crayons

Chocolate Protein Oat Bran with peanut butter and frozen blueberries (sooo good).

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Chocolate Protein Oat Bran with PB and strawberries.

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And again (with almond butter):

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Oat bran mixed with cinnamon, and vanilla Greek yogurt and bananas (added almond butter after picture).

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Quest Bars (or KIND bars) and chopped up peppers (sometimes carrots as well). This is pretty much a consistent daily snack when I’m at school in the afternoon. It’s really easy to throw in my bag and fills me up.

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Udi’s Gluten Free bread with mashed avocado, salt & pepper.

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More wraps! They’re so good with eggs, veggies and hummus, or just eggs and avocado!

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Here’s an egg and hummus wrap with a side salad of kale, avocado, sauerkraut and vanilla fig balsamic.

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Warm salad with steamed kale and carrots, 2 eggs (sometimes I use chicken sausage), sauerkraut, avocado and topped with a Vanilla Fig Balsamic Glaze.

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And finally, on Sunday I made Elise’s Chorizo & Kale Rice Casserole so that I’d have some easy meals for the week. I cannot recommend this recipe enough! It was so easy and the ingredients are inexpensive (I had most already!).

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Since she uses a vegetarian chorizo made with soy (and I’m soy intolerant), I had to replace that with another protein. I used a packet of 2 pre-cooked chicken burgers that were on sale at Whole Foods because they were 7oz and she used 6oz of chorizo. You could also easily use ground beef or turkey, or even red beans would be great!

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I also put mine in an 8×8 pan, and I’m not sure if it was that or my oven but I ended up having to double the baking time. Still came out well and was really easy to pack for school:

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Do you make bulk food items like casseroles to last you through the week?

Anything you just can’t get enough of right now? (clearly my thing is oat bran…)



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