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What I Ate Wednesday #30

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Happy What I Ate Wednesday!

Thirty weeks?  Wow, that went by really fast! 

Breakfast: Almond Milk Yogurt with Vanilla Protein Powder and Peaches and Hemp Seeds. 


This breakfast is not as exciting as some of my creative scrambles, but it has all the nutrients I need to power my morning workout and work schedule. I am loving this yogurt.  I buy it at Wegmans, and add my vanilla vegan protein powder for flavor and added nutrients.  It is so good.

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I had a planned grocery trip for after I dropped Mya to school.  I did not want to go hungry.  This small bowl was just satisfying enough to get me through.  I got back about 10:45am and then I was starving.  So, I had an early lunch.

Leftover Lasagna.  I devoured it so fast, I forgot to take a picture!  It was the same lasagna I made a few weeks back with half wheat noodles, half zucchini noodles.


The recipe is here: Very Veggie Lasagna


I decided to try a little meal planning this week.  I have never really done that before.  With my ever escalating grocery bill, I thought it might be helpful to keep me on track at the store.  I don’t know the result yet!  

Last night was my first planned meal, Vegetable Beefless Stew.  I love making this all fall and winter long.  I put everything vegetable I have on hand in it.  It is so delicious.  I use Seitan as my beef substitute.  It works great, you could never tell!

I filled my pot with carrots, onions, celery, two small white potatoes, two sweet potatoes, mushrooms, green beans, peas, corn, diced tomatoes, seitan and tons of herbs and spices.  I used a small amount of Better Than Beef seasoning stock and a little arrowroot at the end to thicken it a bit.  I get so excited when ever I make this and it turns out tasting like my grandmothers.  It is one of my favorite meals.




No dessert yesterday.  I had a piece of a granola bar as my something sweet.  I plan on making some of these apple muffins today…I will post them later. Remember these? I found one last zucchini hiding in the garden, it is destine to be an apple zucchini muffin, sound like a delicious fate to me!

zucchini Breakfast Muffins vegan


I am really enjoying this cool weather.  I just love Autumn.  I am looking forward to making my planned meals this week with include lots of great Fall finds.  What is on your menu this week?

Have a great Wednesday!



  1. Those muffins look delicious! I was on a muffin kick this weekend too...

    Thanks for sharing. Happy WIAW!

    1. Oh yeah...your muffins look scrumptious! Love zest in all my baked goods.

  2. The lasagna looks sOOooOoooo eatable... man. I might have to have some lasagna today now, thankfully I have some in the freezer. Yeah, I don't make my own just yet - not enough people to feed in this apartment. College life, eh.

    I wanna try that almond yogurt but I remember it being pretty high in calories for a small amount so I'm gonna wait till I'm in maintenance. Someday next year maybe.

    Have a wonderful Wednesday, my dear! xo

    1. Thanks! I always think I made too much, but after lunch the following day, it is always all gone. Love that!

  3. I'm gonna hafta get myself to a Wegmans and check out that yogurt - sounds interesting!

    And that lasagna looks fantastic. I'd be psyched to snag a piece ;)

    1. Wegmans always surprises me with those fun items you read about, but just cannot seem to find. I wish Chobani would make a vegan version!

  4. Wow I can't decide which of your meals looks more delicious! First I thought lasagna but then the soup looks so good too!!! Yummmm! Happy WIAW :)

    1. I can't decide either! I look in the fridge and I want both too.
      Thanks Chelsea!!!!

  5. Everything looks amazing! I am trying to stick to a budget too. So, once I shop, I'm trying not to head back to the grocery store for another week. Often, I go every couple days to "grab a few things." Now, I'm picking out some recipes and sticking to those and using up what I have in the fridge so things don't get thrown out. If all else fails, make tomato sauce, right? :)

    1. That is what my grandmother always said!!!! And she was right! I never met a bowl of pasta and sauce I didn't like. It is hard not to shop for those extras and to stick to it. I end up with an obscene bill at the end of the month, and I always have a pantry full of stuff that I am "gonna" make! I am now try to shop for what I am actually going to make and eat in a week. We will see...


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