What I Ate Wednesday

Breakfast: Protein Pancakes with Cashew Butter ‘Frosting’

Recipe: Here!

Lunch:  Red Cabbage, Bell Pepper and Egg Wrap

Recipe: I filled a Food for Life tortilla with 2 quartered hard-boiled eggs, red cabbage, lettuce, red and green bell peppers and 1 chopped tomato.

Snack: Macadamia Nuts, Roasted Pumpkin Seeds and Grapes

Dinner: Sauteed Onion, Pepper, Okra, Spinach Pizza with Chicken

Recipe: Over medium heat, I sauteed some sliced onions, green/red bell peppers, and okra.  Once vegetables are softened, I added in cubed chicken and sauteed the mixture until the chicken was cooked through, about 6 minutes.  During the last 1 minute of cooking I added in 1 clove minced garlic and 1/2 handful spinach.  I served this on top of 2 slices of gluten free sandwich bread that were topped with 1 Tbsp tomato sauce.  Kind of like a cheese-less pizza.

Dessert: One No-Bake Brownie + Glass of Almond Milk

Brownie recipe will be up Friday! So fudgy and dense : )

Happy WIAW!

About Kylie

Hello! My name is Kylie and imma eat that. I like to EAT. I try to make it healthy. And I love you, for being here.
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8 Responses to What I Ate Wednesday

  1. um, i want to eat all of this. quite possibly the best set of food on today’s wiaw. right here (i’m serious).

  2. Kylie says:

    I think you’re the best:) thanks! The best part is that it’s all super simple!

  3. Ohhh those pancakes look DELIGHTFUL!

    • Kylie says:

      Thanks! They’re not light and fluffy like a typical pancake but they were more like a dense cake…kinda like a carrot cake consistency/texture. They were a nice change!:)

  4. These are the most beautiful pictures! This is the first time I’ve been here…love your blog title too :)

  5. Jessica says:

    Pancakes are my all time favorite breakfast, but I never take the time to make them! I am always looking for new recipes, and your sounds great! Can’t wait to try it :)

    • Kylie says:

      They are typically a Saturday morning treat around here! But if I’m feeling pancakes during the week I make the batter the night before and keep it in the fridge. In the morning I just throw them on the griddle. That way they only take me about 5 minutes which is great if I know I’ll be in a rush…just an idea:) I hope you love them:)

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