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Popeye Edition: WIAW

While I was creating this little blog post, I realized one thing: spinach is amazing. Call me Popeye, because I clearly love my spinach! Somehow I managed to sneak it into every meal (including dessert!) without even realizing it. Hey, I’m better than I thought! Small successes make me happy, what can I say.

So on to the good stuff! It’s time for WIAW!

What I Ate (Last) Wednesday

Breakfast

Spinach Protein Roll Ups

I made a batch of my spinach protein roll ups and topped them with some almond, peanut, and cashew butter “sauce” along with a sliced banana. These are SO good! I can’t even begin to tell you the salivating nirvana that it induces! And it keeps me full for hours!

Snack

No Bake Peanut Butter Lentil Bar

I stored these in the freezer so that I could grab them for easy “on the go” snacks. These are really good, you would have no clue that lentils are in them!

Lunch

Salad + Dunkin’ Egg 

For lunch I had one of my favorite “secret sauces” on my salad.
In the mix: 

Romaine
Spinach
Kale
Roasted broccoli
Roasted zucchini
Roasted yellow squash
Garden tomato
Two dunkin’ eggs 

Snack

Blueberry Chobani + Cottage Cheese

I seriously love this combination. Of course it got topped with some cinnamon. What’s anything without cinnamon? ;)

Dinner

Salmon + Spicy Spinach Hummus

I made the spinach hummus the same way I had before, but added some red pepper flakes for a little bite. Matt and I lovvvve this! 

I cooked the salmon the way I typically do…seriously a no fail method! I also made a batch of quinoa and seasoned it with a little Herbs de Prevence and steamed some green beans. This meal was possibly one of the best things I have ever eaten. No joke. 

Snack

Powercake

From these fabulous WIAW parties I discovered this wonderful protein packed cake by Laura. I didn’t have cocoa in the house (completely wrong in every way possible, I don’t know how I let this happen!) so I ended up just using chocolate protein powder that we had. I also baked it in the oven at 350 for 14 minutes and then let it cool in the fridge while I ate dinner. 

It reminded me a lot of my Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Bread, which made me want to make that again soon!

Happy WIAW friends!

Filed under wiaw breakfast lunch dinner snacks spinach spinach protein roll up dunkin egg salmon spinach hummus spicy spinach hummus powercake

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