A lot of my blends (blogger friends) have this thing where they post what they ate on Wednesday.
I think it’s genius. For one, we get to see what others eat (c’mon, I know we all secretly want to know this). And secondly, we get inspiration from others. Let’s be honest there is nothing new under the sun, and all of us lose a little inspiration or creativity sometimes. “What I Ate Wednesday” is here to help us all.
So here’s what I had.
1/3 cup of rolled oats cooked with 1/2 cup of almond milk, 1/2 cup of water and 1/2 a pear. Topped with chia seeds, almonds, and walnuts with a dash of agave syrup. My favourite kind of breakfast for a cold rainy day.
1 small banana cut into wheels and topped with 1 tablespoon of peanut butter. Sorry I didn’t take a picture, I was in a hurry!
This is my new favourite. Two slices of the life changing loaf of bread topped with 1/4 of an avocado mashed, a handful of microherbs, 1 tsp of homemade almond dukkah and a drizzle of fresh lemon juice. I had a side of freshly chopped tomatoes and orange capsicum! So yum!
As I said, it was a cold and rainy day. What is a girl to do in this kind of weather? Well, have chocolate of course! This was in the form of warm liquid chocolatey goodness! It is called my Hot Choconana, and is made from 1 teaspoon cacao powder, half a small banana, 1 cup of almond milk and a date! All you do is blend and then heat on the stove or with a coffee machine milk frother. Or, you can do both simulaneously if you have a thermomix (which is the coolest kitchen gadget you will ever use). Top with extra cacao powder and a few cacao nibs. Chocolate heaven!
This is such a quick meal to make if you had a long day and can’t be bothered to spend a lot of time cooking a healthy meal. It’s a Tomato, Kale, and Lentil Pasta topped with goats cheese fetta and fresh coriander. I made the sauce from organic canned tomatoes, freshly chopped onion and garlic, and lots of different spices (chilli, turmeric, coriander, sumac, paprika, cinnamon). Then added a whole bunch of washed purple kale and a tin of organic brown lentils. I then let it simmer for about 10-15 minutes while the pasta cooked (made from wholemeal spelt flour) and then combined with the pasta. Dinner time!!
Yep, I eat a lot. Dessert was a medjool date filled with a teaspoon of almond butter and a cup of rooibos tea. The perfect sweet end to a busy, cold and productive day.
What do you think of “What I Ate Wednesday” blog posts. Yay or Nay?
Link of the day:
Creamy Almond Milkshake – perfect for breakfast, a snack, or dessert!