WIAW: Lunch Mishmash

Cheers to Wednesday! I don’t know about you – but being back after the holidays has been rough. I’ve been tired and getting over being sick – so I’m definitely happy it’s finally Wednesday – and time for  What I Ate Wednesday!

Egg white oats to start my day. I mix in some flaxseed and brewer’s yeast too!

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Morning snacks included some mixed nuts and boobie balls (aka energy balls for all you non-breastfeeding folks.20170105_121815

I love leftovers for lunch. I had leftover spicy chicken burger, peppers/onions and a bite of a salmon burger. Random? Yes I know – but that’s what I love. A mishmash! 20170105_131231

Snacktime included another apple and some cashews…yummmmmm – I love that mix of sweet and salty.20170105_153201

And dinner was mostly a freezer meal! It was turkey chili I had made a few weeks ago, along with some new cornbread.  I attempted to make cornbread without any milk (because I didn’t have any) – my usual recipe calls for buttermilk – and it turned out pretty good! It was a little more crumbly than usual but I managed to eat a few pieces (not pictured).20170105_194123
And that was it. A great meal for a snowy evening and I then passed out before dessert (okay, who am I kidding – I had a few pieces of cornbread for dessert, too).

Another week, another What I Ate Wednesday.
Some questions for you:

  • Do you have a favorite cornbread recipe?
  • What do you typically do for lunch – go out? Mishmash? Leftovers? Pre-planned meal?

Disclaimer: Stemilt sent me some complimentary Skylar Rae cherries, and I loved them. All views are my own. 

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5 thoughts on “WIAW: Lunch Mishmash

  1. My husband usually takes leftovers for lunch, so I prep some salads with chicken for the week. And I love coming home from work and just having to pull dinner out of the freezer. Chili and cornbread is one of our favs!

  2. Ahh I love mishmash meals. And I’m pretty good at them. By the end of the week I usually have small bits of a number of different meals collected in my fridge, so I turn them into one big “clean up the fridge” mish mash.
    I love cornbread! I do have a go to recipe that I haven’t been able to stray from. It uses greek yogurt and honey and no flour. Its sweet and delicious!

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