What I Ate Wednesday #9

Good morning, all!! Happy hump day! I’m going to keep today’s What I Are Wednesday post short and sweet (like me)! This is actually everything I ate yesterday…I decided to plan for this post ahead of time for once! I feel like that’s something I need to get used to doing  – planning things ahead of time – what with a baby on the way. We’ll see how that works out I suppose. ;)  A big thank you goes out to Jenn at Peas and Crayons for hosting this fabulous link up. Enjoy my eats!

Breakfast: Two banana chocolate chip muffins with some decaf lady grey tea. Perfect and toasty warm on such a freakin’ cold day! Noms!


Snack #1: 1 hard boiled egg with two Morning Star Farms veggies sausage.


Lunch: Leftover spinach and artichoke dip (I made it for New Year’s Eve but didn’t wind up eating any because I ate so much other food!) with a handful of tortilla chips and a dozen baby carrots. I also had a few Brookside Chocolate Blueberries! (Thanks, Nicole!)


Snack #2: A Wegmans brand honey flavored blended greek yogurt. I’m a fan of Wegmans brand greek yogurt…I still prefer chobaini most of the time…buuuuuut I REALLY prefer paying 66 cents a cup instead of $1.09!


Snack #3: String cheese!! They never got old. I’m telling ya.


Dinner: John and I had a really great arm workout at the gym and I was suuuuuuuuuper hungry when I got home. I marinated two tilapia fillets in a combination of soy sauce, sesame oil, sriracha, garlic, and just a tiny bit of brown sugar while I let them defrost in a ziplock in a big pot of warm water for 5 minutes. I cooked them really quickly in a skillet with the marinade which turned into a lovely glaze. I popped a pouch of Uncle Ben’s Brown Basmatti Ready Rice in the microwave and tossed together a quick Wegmans Food You Feel Good About Asian Chopped Salad and dinner was done in twenty minutes! I covered it in green onions and more sriracha and devoured it.


Dessert: After all of that dinner I was still kind of hungry and wanted something sweet, so I melted together a tablespoon of peanut butter and a tablespoon of nutella and plopped a sliced banana on top. Ya know – plopped is not a very appetizing word now that I think about it. Oh well. It was effing delicious. Then Johnny and I watched Dads, Brooklyn-Nine-Nine, and I proceeded to fall asleep on the couch during New Girl. Oh well!!




What was your favorite thing you ate this week so far?! I loved my dinner last night…I’ll definitely be making my tilapia that way again, soon!


  1. Marina @ Lazy for Diet says:

    Mmmm, is pleasant to me idea with fish! How you think, will work with other grade? I got to a track of chocolate oatmeal – this that thing that I am eager for breakfast every day for a week. It will be never boring for me with chocolate ;)

  2. Ms.J says:

    Love the look of that dessert; why have I never done that!? Difficult to pick a favorite but I’ll go with Mum’s sponge cake topped with ice cream..which was so good I had it 3 times in one day :p

  3. Christine@ Apple of My Eye says:

    First of all, I LOVE your owl mug! One of my best friends who lives in the same apartment as me is totally obsessed with them and I know she would adore a mug like that :D.

    Secondly, your breakfast looks fantastic and I’m heading over right after I post this comment to check out the recipe :).

    And lastly… that dinner looks FANTASTIC! So quick and easy, but it sounds delish!

  4. Jennifer says:

    It’s the best kind of love affair when you think about it…the provide you with everything you could desire and you don’t have to worry about calling them back. :D

  5. Jennifer says:

    Haha! The owl mug was a gift from my mother-in-law for Christmas last year. Owls have been my jam since college. We even had little ceramic ones and gave out owl cookie cutters at my wedding!! I hope you try the muffin recipe and love it!

  6. Jennifer says:

    Your Mum’s sponge cake sounds delightful! The best part about my dessert is that sometimes…I eat it for breakfast! :D

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