Thanks once again to Jen at Peas and Crayons for hosting What I Ate Wednesday.
For breakfast I ate some vanilla yogurt, a homemade whole wheat apple raisin muffin, and an orange. I got the recipe for the apple raisin muffins from Cassie of Back to Her Roots – you can find the recipe here. I know I feel like a broken record cause I keep saying this, but oranges are so amazingly delicious this time of year! I think I’ve bought oranges every time I’ve been to the grocery store the last couple weeks.
Lunch was a pretty basic, but tasty salad. I started with a base of spinach and added some baby carrots, cherry tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, and balsamic vinaigrette. Lately I keep coming back to that same salad dressing. I haven’t had it in a long time, so maybe that’s why. I also had a handful of crackers after I finished eating the salad.
I ended up getting hungry mid way through the afternoon, so I grabbed an apple for a snack. I think it was because of the lack of protein in my salad. My go to apples are always Granny Smith. I love how crunchy and sour they are.
I had a vegetable curry for dinner. It was the first time I’d ever had just veggies in a curry, but it ended up being pretty delicious. I was a bit worried it wouldn’t fill me up, but with the rice it turned out to be a great, filling meal. Usually I’m not a big fan of spicy food, but this had some kick to it and I still liked it. Then again maybe it was only spicy to me and other people wouldn’t think it was that bad.
Leave me a comment telling me if you like mild or spicy food.
9 thoughts on “What I Ate Wednesday: Oranges and Apples”
I like both mild and spicy foods. Great photos! Your food looks healthy, delicious and so colorful :)
It must be nice to like both spicy and mild.
I am all about the spicy!
It’s kind of nice that in our family my dad and brother like things spicy, whereas my mom and I don’t, but they can always add more spice to food if they want it.
I can’t stand spicy food! I have no tolerance for it at all :) your day of eats looks delicious!
I’m glad I’d not the only one who doesn’t like spicy food. Haha my brother calls me a wimp cause my definition of spicy and his are so far apart.
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I love spicy food! My taste buds don’t react to much to it, so the spicier the better!
It’s funny cause I used to love spicy food as a kid, but I somehow outgrew it. My dad and my brother both love spicy food, but sometimes just smelling it is too much for me!
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