First and foremost, thank you SO much for all your well wishes yesterday. I’m happy to report we are doing well. Hailey checked out a-ok at the doc (Britax, I love you). I have some mild whiplash, soreness and bruising. Like I said, it could have been so much worse.
Now let’s move on to the good stuff- food! As a little twist on what I ate Wednesday, I’d love to share 5 foods that are totally worth trying if you haven’t yet. Starting with this breakfast.
It’s getting old to see every week, huh? I can’t help it. It’s my new favorite. 1 fried egg and avocado on sourdough, drizzled with sriracha. Creamy, spicy, savory, satiating… what’s not to love? Oh, and a banana to balance things out.
Next up would be these burritos.
I don’t eat a lot of premade meals, but I love having them on hand for David. Unfortunately good ones are hard to find, as most are filled with chemicals and unrecognizable ingredients. When Red’s All Natural Burritos reached out to me and offered to send me some coupons for free burritos, I accepted… after I checked out their ingredient list.
Have you seen most frozen foods’ ingredient list? This one is highly impressive with its list of REAL food. Plus, these suckers are huge. I recommend them for those with hearty appetites. I do not recommend trying to cut them in half.
Not pretty, but tasty. And filling. Very filling. Especially when paired with a side salad with garden fresh salsa (recipe to come soon!) and pepper jack cheese.
Cabot cheese is hands-down my favorite store bought cheddar cheese, so I was super excited when they sent me a pack of cheesy goodness. The pepper jack packed some serious flavor into my lackluster, iceberg side salad.
That little wire cheese cuter up front might be my new favorite kitchen utensil. I guess we eat a lot of cheese.
Lunch kept me full all afternoon, so not snack was necessary- just a beverage. Perrier sparkling water.
I picked up these new fancy-schmancy slim cans by Perrier at Target and enjoyed the grapefruit flavor. I’m not sure it beats out my favorite, lime La Croix, but it was refreshing during yesterday’s heat.
Finally, one last product I can’t recommend enough is quinoa pasta.
Would someone like to come paint my deck, by the way? Ew.
Last night we tried out the newest edition, a whole wheat and quinoa blend, which was very good, but the original quinoa and corn pasta is really good, too, and gluten free. All the corn flour they use is non-GMO and all their quinoa, corn and wheat are organic.
I absolutely love discovering new foods to try.
Have you found any great new food products lately?