OK....So I know it's Thursday, but I was being super lazy yesterday and didn't get a chance to post my WIAW post actually on Wednesday. Oops. OH welllll.
Breakfast before I left for work was something different than I am used to having in the morning. Yay for trying new things! On Sunday when I went to Trader Joe's I picked up Honey Apple Butter because I was inspired to eat my quinoa bread with something other than cheese (especially since my stomach has really been bothering me lately.. TM dairy?) Sooo I decided to hold off on the greek yogurt and made myself 3 eggs whites on one piece of quinoa toast and put Honey Apple Butter on another slice of quinoa toast with my big cup of low acid coffee. BOY was this absolutely amazing. One of the most satisfying breakfasts I've had in a while. The egg was filling and protein filled, while the Honey Apple Butter was the sweet and sugary jumpstart I needed for my morning!
Since it was Ash Wednesday, and I am Catholic, I was attempting to "fast" yesterday, meaning not eating in between meals and having your two meals not equal the biggest one. Because of this, I did not have my normal 10:30am Luna Bar, and I waited until lunch to eat again. Thankfully I was really busy making binders for new store procedures at my internship that I wasn't constantly thinking about eating!
Lunch was pretty good. Leftover pasta salad from Monday night that my mom made for us to eat while we tailgated the Villanova.basketball game. It's pretty good:
-Whole Wheat Tortellini
-Teeny Mozzarella Balls
All marinated nicely together.
I also had a Luna Bar with lunch because I didn't particularly like the Berry Applesauce I brought with me.
On the way home, I knew I was going to hit a boat load of traffic due to the bridge construction on my way home. So I broke my no snack rule for the day and munched on an apple on the way. When I got home, though, I made the most delicious dinner:
Roasted Sweet Potato Fries, Roasted Zucchini, Fresh Mozarella and Tomato Salad with Basil and Balsamic Vinegar.
Yum yum yum. All I did was coat the veggies in olive oil, sprinkled on some salt and pepper, spread it all out on a baking sheet, and popped it in a 375 degree oven for about 30 minutes. So worth the wait.
For dessert, a 100 calorie dark chocolate bar from TJ's and a handful of organic animal crackers.
.... ok ok I had a midnight snack of a piece of quinoa toast with Honey Apple Butter. I told youuu I can't get enough of it!