It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these posts! I guess I stopped doing them since, although I typically like to spice up what I’m eating on a regular basis and try new things, the past few weeks I’ve pretty much been eating the same things as far as breakfast and lunch go. And while I’m sure everyone loves bacon, eggs, and smoothies, no one wants to see pictures of that over and over again!
This week is also the first week I’ve gotten back on top of my Sunday meal prep game. I’ve been letting that fall to the wayside in favor of lazing it up on the couch and having Netflix marathons. Oops. But I’ve definitely realized how much easier and less stressful getting ready for work is during the week when I have all my lunches prepped, so I’m not letting that fall to the wayside anymore!
Jumbo Lump Crab & Poached Eggs on a Multigrain English Muffin
I ate this for breakfast 3 times this week. So much for spicing up my meals, but it was too delicious not to eat over and over again! I simply topped a toasted english muffin with jumbo lump crab spiced with old bay and a poached egg.
Meal 1: Chicken Sausage + Sweet Potatoes & Spinach
We followed this recipe, but substituted sweet potatoes for the red potatoes.
Meal 2: Chicken Salad + Spicy Cauliflower
For the chicken salad, we grilled the chicken breast, then shredded it up. Once it was shredded, we combine it with a little mayo, mashed avocado, dijon mustard, salt & pepper. We followed this recipe from Eat, Live, Run for the cauliflower.
Sweet Potato & Burger Bowl
This dinner is the stuff dreams are made of. We followed the same recipe we used for my Sweet Potato Sliders, but with a few variations. We cubed the sweet potatoes instead of slicing them, topped the burger with guacamole instead of mashed potato, and then topped everything with a poached egg. SO amazing.
Ever since I discovered the ways of grilled pizza, I can’t get enough. I think I eat this at least once a week. I use the Trader Joe’s Whole Wheat Pizza Dough typically. Once I roll out the pizza dough, I spray it with olive oil, then cook the sprayed side for about 60-90 seconds on medium heat, then I spray the uncooked side and flip it over. From there, I add the toppings and reduced the heat to low and close the lid. Once everything is nice and melted, I remove it from the grill.
Mahi Mahi with a Coconut Milk Glaze & Grilled Zucchini
We made the mahi mahi and coconut milk sauce the same way we did in this post. For the grilled zucchini, we sliced the zucchini vertically in half, sprayed it with olive oil, and sprinkled it with salt & pepper. Once it was prepped, we placed it on the grill on medium heat until each side had a slight char to it and a fork could pierce it easily.
Aside from a few banana smoothies and leftovers, this pretty much sums up what I’ve been shoving into my mouth this week! Hope you all have a great day!
Tell me something delicious you guys ate this week!