What I Ate: Simple Paleo Meals

I haven't done a "What I Ate" post in awhile, so I figured it was about time I got back on it!  I love creating these posts, & love reading them too.  The nosy side of me wants to know what other people are eating.... Plus, it helps me get ideas of new things I can make for myself!  

These are my meals from Sunday~ breakfast, lunch, snack, & dinner.  Everything is super simple & easy to prepare, yet tastes awesome!  I love food too much to eat like I'm "sacrificing".
Paleo does not have to taste boring!  :)

Hope you find this helpful!


Torn spinach with a sliced up chicken apple sausage from Trader Joe's & one hard boiled egg.  Drizzled with extra virgin olive oil, sprinkled with salt & pepper, and added a dash of hot sauce.  
I had a cup of coffee, then half of this Synergy Guava Goddess Kombucha.

We keep hard boiled eggs on hand in the fridge for quick breakfasts, and pre-cook our sausages!  So, all this meal needed was 30 seconds in the microwave, & it was good to go.  I promise it is 100x tastier than it looks!

Leftover Thai Curry Chicken stir fry (recipe coming soon) served over raw kale & green bell peppers.

This is what a typical lunch looks like for me~ leftovers turned into a salad with tons of veggies.

Snack Time:
Gluten free buffalo jerky, a handful of fresh raspberries, and an iced coffee- made in my Keurig & mixed with unsweetened coconut milk & raw honey.

I love sliced deli meat & jerky for a quick protein at snack time.  Just look for "gluten free" & minimal sugars.  This one from Field Trip is super lean & has a great classic jerky flavor.  I found it at Costco!

 Pork chops (recipe here) served with Crispy Oven Green Beans (recipe here) and fresh, warm Baked Cinnamon Applesauce (recipe here).

Pork chops served with applesauce are just perfect, and seriously so easy to prepare.  I bake the applesauce ahead of time & save the leftovers for throughout the week.  Then, I start the green beans in the oven, sear the pork on the stovetop, and finish them off together in the oven at the same time.  Dinner is ready in a flash & is so amazing!  Baked cinnamon apples make a wonderful dessert too :)

I hope you enjoyed my "What I Ate" post!  Look out for a new cookie recipe & Trader Joe's grocery haul coming soon.

Thanks for stopping by guys!
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1 comment:

Julie B said...

Can't wait to see your Thai Curry Chicken Stir Fry recipe!