microwave muffin & WIAW

Welcome to Wednesday and another round of “What I Ate Wednesday Tuesday”!


For the most part, I’m still “falling into good habits” with the Paleo diet. I say for the most part because I’ve eased up on myself a bit {but I’ll save that for another post}.

After seeing so many microwave muffin posts around the blogosphere; I’ve been dying to try one. Last night I searched around the internet and came up with one from shoretorun.com. I adapted it ever so slightly….it already had pumpkin in it, so we were good. ;)

This may be the greatest creation ever! Super easy and so many variations to try!!

Breakfast 6:00 am- I first, sprayed a large mug with evoo spray. Then, I threw in all of my ingredients and stirred. Last, microwave for 5-7 minutes and Voilà! …breakfast is served. These would also make a perfect snack or after dinner treat.

I just turned the mug upside down on my plate and the muffin slipped right out.

I cut it in half and topped it with coconut butter and sliced banana. It turned out better than I expected and this is going to be a new go-to breakfast, especially for those rushed mornings.

I also had half of a white necterine. This one was from HEB and did not even begin compare to the ones from Trader Joe’s. :(

So, if you’d like to recreate, here you go…..

 

Snack 9:00- Strawberries {I have to get my red in for the plantPOWER challenge!} and pumpkin pie balls {I’m enjoying these more everyday!}

Lunch 11:45- Leftover Italian Stuffed Acorn Squash….I love just grabbing this out of the fridge for lunch. So filling and there’s nothing to prepare!

Snack 3:00- Do I really even have to tell you?

Landen’s friend took him to gymnastics today, so I actually got to come home and enjoy my evening. Since it was so nice out, Max and I went on a 3-1/2 mile walk. Then I came home and threw together a really wonderful dinner.

Dinner 6:00- I cooked up a couple of thinly sliced chicken breasts, red pepper, zucchini, and mushrooms with marsala sauce…super quick, easy and tasty {recipe to come}. I served the chicken and veggies with a side salad.

 Dessert 7:30- For a little after dinner sweet treat, I had another pumpkin pie ball crumbled over Trader Joe’s fat free Greek frozen yogurt {not Paleo…I know}. Perfect end to a delicious day!

Have a wonderful Wednesday!

What was something very yummy that you ate yesterday?

Comments

  1. YUM that microwave muffin looks great!
    I have been enjoying a lot of pumpkin oats in my diet lately – it is sorta an obsession now!
    Natasha Changing my fitnessMy Profile

  2. Everything looks delicious, but I think I’m going to make the muffin. How easy and what a good idea!! Thanks!
    Fran@ Broken Cookies Don’t Count WIAW~Happy Anniversary!My Profile

  3. I just made a microwavable pumpkin muffin last night for dessert… so good!!
    Jessie Bad & Good + WIAWMy Profile

  4. I love microwave muffins. I have a gazillion my blog and have them basically everyday for breakfast and for a snack! Plus, for me, they are a great way to get some protein in with protein powder! So… I guess that would be the “something yummy I ate yesterday.

    • I will definitely be checking your recipes out. I was thinking of a banana version for tomorrow morning, as I have a few VERY ripe bananas.

  5. I love all of these eats! They all look fabulous and healthy! I’m curious to hear your thoughts on Paleo!
    Danielle @ clean food creative fitness What I Ate WednesdayMy Profile

  6. everything looks awesome! who knew muffins would be that easy!
    Courtney My first vegan WIAW!My Profile

  7. Love your eats! Acorn squash is my favorite. I made it twice last week and then roasted the seeds for on top of soup, green beans, or just snacking! I am definitely going to have to try the Italian stuffed!

  8. Those muffins sound and look awesome! I have never heard of that until reading this post. I will definitely have to try it out!
    Hannah @ CleanEatingVeggieGirl A Family Favorite: Vegetable & Ravioli SoupMy Profile

    • Let me know what you think. I’ve got a few VERY ripe bananas and I think I’ll try a banana version for breakfast tomorrow.

  9. Just pinned your pumpkin muffin for one! Can’t wait to try it!
    Chelsea @ahintofhealthy 3 Wishes: To take them or not?My Profile

  10. Microwave muffins are awesome! All your eats look great. :) Something really yummy I ate this week was a soft, warm pretzel and pepperoni pizza.

  11. Yum, that muffin sounds great!

  12. Your recipe looks like a delicious dessert, I can’t wait to give it try! :-)

  13. Did anyone make the muffin without flax? I don’t have any?
    Thanks
    Nikki

Trackbacks

  1. [...] had a microwave muffin for a snack last night and I totally forgot how good these things are! I used the recipe in the [...]

Speak Your Mind

*

CommentLuv badge