Welcome to another instalment of What I Ate Wednesday. The post where I take a photo of everything I eat in a day and share it with you. Also known as ‘motivation to eat well so you all don’t think I’m a big fat pig’. In a nutshell, get a blog post and a day of healthy eating all in one go. Two birds/one stone and all that.
Let’s start with breakfast, shall we? I had some left over eggs from the Sweet Pizza I made, so decided to have my favourite breakfast: DIPPY EGGS AND TOAST.
I know you’re supposed to cut the bread into soldiers, yannooooo, I’m skinnedcartreein’ it over here..
What I do is toast the bread, butter it and then put salt on the toast (I know salt is bad, but something about egg yolk and salt REALLY gets me going).
Then I take the top off one of the eggs, scrape to the yolk with my trusty spoon, then pour ALL THE YOLK over a slice of bread. Then I pick the full slice up and eat it. After I’ve eaten the yolky bread, I then scoop out the egg white, then move onto the next slice.
This is not lady like at all. But it’s what I like to do.
I also have this weird thing where I really hate wasting any yolk, so if it’s overly runny and the yolk gets on my plate, even a drop, it gives me distress.
I had tea instead of coffee. Because dippy eggs are not the same with coffee.
Let’s move on, shall we.
I had a coconut water smoothie for a midday snack. Refreshingly nommy! You can click the link for how to make it
I had an amazing salad for lunch. At Asda, you can get these massive sharing salad bowls. They’re only £1.50 – I can’t believe how good they are for that price! It’s lettuce, carrot, red cabbage, sweetcorn and pepper all ready mixed in a massive bowl. I managed to get 4 salads out of it. There is a similar one at Tesco but that costs £3. Best price ever. If this ever gets discontinued, I’ll be well mad.
I added olives, chicken, red pepper couscous and a mint bean salad, then topped it all off with some balsamic vinegar. It’s totally something I could eat daily for the rest of my life. I had this for 4 days in a row.
Melon, grapes, raspberries and blueberries mixed together for a healthy snack. I love raspberries and blueberries, but the code life of them really frustrates me because they tend to go off fast. I hate wasting fruit but often have to bin berries as they just go off so quickly!
Then I went to bed. The end.
Now, tell me what you’re eating this Wednesday.