Happy Wednesday! I’m finally done with 2 of my finals, so my schedule has opened up a bit so I have time to blog! I’ve been so far behind on sharing food pics with you guys! Good thing it’s What I Ate Wednesday!
I promise I’ve actually been eating things besides chocolate chip cookies lately!
A burrito bowl with salmon.
A whole wheat pancake with Greek yogurt and fruit.
Giant containers of vegetable soup.
On Friday, I baked Hamentaschen, a traditional Jewish cookie made on Purim, to sell and donate the proceeds to charities my sorority supports. They’re basically jam cookies, and they came out really well!
I definitely bought a couple on Sunday! So delicious! And they revived my Bio-slaughtered brain in the middle of my studying marathon.
Cottage cheese with sunflower seed butter and berries.
Since Friday was Pi day (3.14), I made my own contribution to the cause in the form of a mini-sort of pie.
The “crust” was sunflower seed butter, banana, oats, and vanilla. Which is a delicious combo!
Topped with berry compote:
I actually wasn’t a fan of the combo, and opted to separate the berries and the “crust.”
Friday night I went a bit overboard at the Whole Foods hot/salad bar and made a massive plate. At least I thought to get a box to take some home!
This salad was insanely epic. It included all kinds of delicious veggies-shredded beets, cauliflower, marinated mushrooms, a bit of guacamole. I topped it with some apple cider vinegar and olive oil. And on the very top is Chicken Masala and a lentil dish. SO delicious.
Another study snack.
Brunch-a salad with beans, rice, and salsa plus a biscuit.
Lunch from the Grad school cafeteria while studying. I decided to go somewhere different to study for a change! This salad had an apple cider vinaigrette, and included egg, artichoke hearts, cauliflower, roasted sweet potatoes, and golden raisins.
Another burrito bowl dinner tonight, plus brussels sprouts and mushroom gratin on the side. The bowl was beans, fresh salsa, mango salsa, cheese, corn, and TONS of salmon. I think there were like 2 fishes worth of salmon in there! The gratin was SO good. I may need to recreate this sometime at home!
And now we’re all caught up!
What’s your favorite way to eat brussels sprouts?