What I Ate Wednesday (including toddler meals)
I am participating in the What I Ate Wednesday link up, hosted by Peas and Crayons.
Seriously. It's ridiculous, I need coffee, but I'm drinking decaf because Munchkin is still nursing.
Can you even tell that there are eggs in there? I think I should work on making the ratio a bit more even between veggies and eggs, but the kiddo and I do like it this way...
Yup! He ate all of it! This kiddo is still loving on his veggies! I am so happy about this and will continue to encourage it as long as possible!
Lunch:Easy, but delicious lunch! We had a warm lentil salad with beets, mushrooms, and leeks.
I'm really excited about this because I finally found a way to prepare lentils that I like. I've been searching for a while, but the results have been mediocre. I actually got the inspiration from Candid Mommy's beet and leek soup.
But I decided against a soup because I had planned on making a soup for dinner:
For dinner I made Snert, a split pea soup that is loaded with a ton of vegetables and meat! This is also a delicious vegan meal if you skip out on the meat. The list of veggies is: onions, leeks, carrots, celeriac, celery, potatoes, and a whole lot of them!
Okay, it looks like a blob of veggies, but the flavours are all there and it's scrumptious as well as very healthy!
Bonus: my toddler loves it so this recipe is definitely a keeper!
Fruit, fruit, fruit! We love fruit around here! The kiddo and I both had a banana, shared a few apples, and some grapefruit.
We also snack on sunflower seeds, raisins, and occasionally yogurt (Greek yogurt).
Always the same for the kiddo and I - lots o water! We love water. And tea because it is still so chilly with the ridiculous amounts of wind we get here in Holland. I buy loose leaf tea at the market we go to each week. Munchkin and I have been loving a Rooibos mix and lemon grass tea - both are caffeine free.
That's all for today's What I Ate Wednesday! Thanks for reading,