WIAW Wk10

It was such a lovely weekend this week, and it felt like spring had actually sprung, but it slowly getting colder again, and I am wrapped up on the sofa writing this post. So before my hands get to cold, here is what I ate Tuesday.
I started with brand flakes and banana with skimmed milk. Not peanut butter! I was wanting to try something different, but it really didn't keep me full for long enough and ended up snacking on some naughty biscuits at work.



For lunch, I used up some things that were in my fridge and ended up making this yummy salad. It had s baked sweet potato, spinach, cucumber, olives, sweetcorn and ham.

 I snacked on an apple for my journey home.
 And for dinner, I had leftovers. I had some mince leftover in my fridge to which I added some red pepper and sweetcorn and put in with a baked sweet potato. I had some random veg on the side from our freezer and our fridge freezer is broken and it needed to be used up.
 FYI, Sprouts tasted a little odd with the bolognese, sweet potato combination, but at least it was healthy!
What did you have this week. Can you live without peanut butter for a day? I know that I am going straight back to having it for breakfast.

Thanks to Peas and Crayons for hosting.


Comments

  1. I always loved adding banana slices to my cereal, because it adds such a nice sweetness!
    Baked potatoes are always yummy. A lot of delicious eats here. :D

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    1. Thanks. The riper the banana the better for sweetness as well, slightly green bananas just don't cut it!

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  2. I love love love baked sweet potatoes! Your lunch and dinner look so good! I love all the veggies in your meals!

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    1. Me too! Veggies are so tasty, they make a meal for me.

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  3. I had all intentions on comment how delicious your lunch looked... until I saw your dinner. Wow! What a heart-healthy meal. It looks divine & straight out of a restaurant.

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    1. Thanks! Its tasted pretty good as well, though you can't go wrong with a sweet potato!

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