I still can’t believe we’re partying into the two hundreds. How crazy is that!? It makes me feel like my blog needs it’s own walker with tennis balls at the bottom. Hot pink ones. With glitter.
As it is I had to buy this little old blog of mine a new
hip server because it nearly broke the old one. I’ve been on tech support these last 24 hours more than I’ve been off it. Luckily I’ve had some great help! Sorry for the delay in posting today and hopefully everything is up and running!
You guys surely know the drill by now: eat your veggies, love your food, take photos and pass some meal inspiration around the interwebs for all us crazies who really, really like food.
Here’s yesterday’s day of yum:
What I Ate Wednesday Party #203
Breakfast was a bit lazy but did the trick. I had black coffee, a chocolate adora calcium/vit d/magnesium supplement, a banana, and kiwi.
The awesome peeps at Adora were nice enough to re-stock my supply of their yummy milk chocolate calcium supplements. They put the yum in calci-yum, seriously! I love having an excuse to eat a creamy piece of chocolate in the morning with my coffee. In addition to the calcium/vit D combo I also take a nightly magnesium and melatonin. I don’t typically take a multi because I strive to pack those vitamins in through whole foods, but if I feel like my eats aren’t measuring up I’ll sometimes take one.
I dove into Monday’s leftovers from taco night and made myself a taco stuffed sweet potato. This one had grassfed beef, enchilada sauce, gouda and pepper jack cheeses, arugula, and avocado.
I had to use a recycled photo for dinner since I ate mine in bed after the chickpea went to sleep. I was beyond exhausted by the end of the day. Woof! I reheated a bowl of my Crock-pot Chicken Tortilla Soup from the freezer and now officially have exhausted my supply! Time to make more!
Yogurt peppermint pretzels. I LOVE these and stock up the second they hit shelves each holiday season. The crushed candy cane are colored with beets instead of dyes and there aren’t any weird artificial flavors luring around either. As far as a shelf-stable treat goes, they’re pretty darn good! I try to limit myself to a handful but I’ve been known to zone out and find myself at the bottom of the bag from time to time. Luckily P is usually around to share with.
I also made [these] muffins again with the mini and after watching her promptly inhale two of them the second they cooled, I decided I probably shouldn’t eat her stash. I froze 3/4 of them [she loves them reheated in the mornings] and left a few out for the next few day’s snackage. I’ll make my own muffins tomorrow… with chocolate!
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