WIAW: Pretty Food, with a Punch.

What did YOU eat this week?

What did YOU eat this week?

Sunshine. I love sunshine. Yesterday started with rain, rain, rain, but quickly turned to a BEAUTIFUL sunny day. Lunch with my Dad, cooking in the kitchen, and working on blog redesign! This post has lost of sneak peeks at recipes to come, but for now, feast your eyes!

BREAKFAST: After an hour of lifting heavy weights, I came home famished and quickly devoured these homemade gluten-free oat bars. 2:1 Carb to Protein balanced for optimal workout recovery.



LUNCH: After a undocumented snack of tuna and tea, I headed to my Dad’s office for a lunch date of Pitas, People Watching and Poetry (someone came up to us and recited his poetry to us while we were eating). 20140506-182816.jpg


AFTERNOON SNACK: Pumpkin and frozen strawberries blended with protein powder. Creamy and sweet. 20140506-183006.jpg

AFTERNOON SNACK, part II: Homemade Coconut&Date Dip (recipe later this week) and 1/2 apple.


DINNER: It was a ‘kitchen sink’ kind of meal, consisting of whatever I found in our fridge. Surprisingly, tasty results. 20140506-182959.jpg



What’s on your plate this week? What are you craving? How are you soaking up the sun? 

Foodie Love,


Thanks for hosting, Jenn!

Thanks, Jenn for hosting this fantastic food event!

Thanks, Jenn for hosting this fantastic food event!


4 thoughts on “WIAW: Pretty Food, with a Punch.

  1. You have to share what all you have happening on your dinner plate.. It looks so good!! My weeks meals haven’t been that exciting since I’ve been under the weather. Basically just imagine lots of toast and eggs LOL

    • Hehehe well I am so flattered that I have not option but to share the goodness of the recipes! Ugh, being sick SUCKS, but I hope you’re loading up on immunity building ingredients like ginger, basil, cinnamon, raw honey ! Xoxo

    • Yes, he is the best! Also, sorbets are not only SO EASY to make, they are so easy to get creative with… For you, I’d highly recommend making one with coconut water, blackberries, local honey and cinnamon. It’s low-gi, anti inflammatory and hydrating for athletes:)

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