A day of really good eats!

Don’t you just love when you have those days that everything you eat is extra delicious? I had one of those days yesterday! I had new foods for pretty much every meal of the day and they were all so great.

It’s What I Ate Wednesday, so I’m of course linking up with Jenn at Peas and Crayons to bring you all of the goodness!

For breakfast I had quinoa. I’ve eaten quinoa for breakfast before, but it’s not a normal breakfast for me. This recipe is a new one and it’s especially good. I came up with it for a guest post that will be up in May. I’ll be sure and let you know, when it’s up. I topped my breakfast quinoa with currants, sliced bananas, almond butter and a splash of almond milk. I actually do already have a breakfast quinoa recipe on the blog, if you’re interested in checking it out.


Lunch was also a brand new recipe. I was really surprised by how yummy it was. It seemed kind of plain when I mixed everything together Monday night, but wrapped up in the Flat-out, it was super flavorful. This Mediterranean Tuna Salad was adapted from the Jillian Michaels Master Your Metabolism Cookbook. I served it in a light Flat-out with baby kale and on the side had carrots and a cutie. Feel free to measure out your ingredients, but I pretty much just eye-balled everything and I love capers, so I used a little more than one tablespoon.



My afternoon snack was a Chobani Flip, the vanilla with cornflakes, honey oats, and praline pecans. It was, of course, yummmmyyyy. I just wish there was more of it! ;)

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Dinner was a delicious huge salad…the best kind! In the bowl was spinach, baby kale, chicken, tomatoes, black olives, avocado and leftover Creamy Lemon Spring Pasta. I topped it with my very favorite dressing; a lemony olive oil vinaigrette from one of my favorite local Italian restaurants. My husband and I seriously go crazy for this vinaigrette. I’ve tried to recreate it, but I haven’t been successful yet.


It was a great day of eats, indeed! Hope it was for you too!

Something to think about….

Have you tried the Chobani Flips yet?

Tuna salad….love it or hate it? I have another tuna salad recipe on the blog that is a real crowd pleaser. It’s really different and made with avocado, corn, tomatoes and cottage cheese.

Have you ever tried quinoa for breakfast?

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  1. I love it when you have a day where literally all your eats are amazing!! Puts me in such a good mood haha :)
    I’ve never tried quinoa for breakfast before; I virtually always use it in savoury meals..maybe I’ll have to give it a go :)
    Lift, Sleep, Eat WIAW : Kitchen MishapsMy Profile

  2. I love Quinoa for breakfast!! It tastes so good with all the sweet ingredients. And I like Tuna salad, but i can not eat it too often. If it is in a Flatbread I am all over it though :-)

  3. Erin Duffy says:

    I need to find those flip yogurts!

  4. I never think of quinoa for breakfast, but it looks delicious! Your pasta dish does too! Have a great day!
    Fran@BCDC U is for Unusual and WIAWMy Profile

  5. I’ve never tried the chobani flips yet but they look great. Glad to hear you really love them. I’ll have to be on the lookout for them now!
    Danielle @ clean food creative fitness Paleo Strawberry Meringues with Fresh BerriesMy Profile

  6. I don’t think that I have ever eaten capers. I will have to try them out in a vegetarian “tuna” salad, possibly with chickpeas in place of the tuna!
    Hannah @ CleanEatingVeggieGirl Slow-cooker Pea and Carrot Rice SoupMy Profile

  7. Thank you for linking back to your original breakfast quinoa recipe. I’m thinking this may be on the menu for breakfast tomorrow

    **If I were to win your giveaway, I’d buy some quinoa!
    Jessie What I Ate Wednesday : Ethical SuperstoreMy Profile

  8. I haven’t tried the Chobani Flips yet, but they are on my shopping list now!! Can’t wait to try them…

    Tuna salad = yummy. Actually, tuna anything = yummy.

    I haven’t tried quinoa for breakfast. Another thing to add to my to-do list!!

    Cristi Rae Eating Clean on the CheapMy Profile

  9. I love quinoa but rarely make it for breakfast. The giveaway is great I need to order more probiotics :)
    Jen Vegetarian Challenge Continues and Bean/Veggie EnchiladasMy Profile

  10. I really wanted to try that chobani, but it has cornflakes :( Im allergic to corn, maybe Ill try to make my own :) Thanks for hosting the giveaway!
    Sabrina @ Nutritiously Sweet WIAW #47: Grocery EditionMy Profile

  11. I love those days where everything tastes extra good :) All of your eats definitely look delicious, but would you mind sharing a Chobani flip? W don’t have them up here and I’d love to try one ;) I’ve had quinoa for breakfast before but wasn’t really a huge fan. I think it wa s mostly a texture thing for me – I just love that gooeyness of oats!

  12. I am so hungry after reading your post! I LOVE Chobani but have never teied the Flip. Gonna have to get that this weekend. Love tuna salad but I make it with greek yogurt and dijon mustard instead of mayo. I also mix tuna with quinoa and pineapple chunks for a quick lunch!

    • I love it with Greek yogurt too…. and I also like it with cottage cheese and avocado. Mixed with quinoa and pineapple is a great idea!

  13. Definitely bookmarking that breakfast quinoa recipe! And omg, I’m so excited about your giveaway.
    jessiebearwhat Double the FunMy Profile

  14. I love those days when everything tastes FANTASTIC. :) I haven’t tried a Chobani Flip yet, but the key lime pie flavor is calling my name.
    Michelle @ Eat Move Balance Tempeh Tomato Sauce with Zucchini NoodlesMy Profile

  15. I love homemade tuna salad. I don’t like mayo so I will usually only eat tuna salad if I have made it and know everything thats in it. I love the key lime and coconut cho flips, they are amazing!
    Nicole @ FruitnFitness WIAW The UsualMy Profile

  16. I haven’t ever tried quinoa for breakfast. Maybe I will give it a go. I love switching up breakfasts, but they all seem to be variations of the same things!
    Paige @ A Healthy Tale What I ate Wednesday: WIAW #6My Profile

  17. I LOVE tuna salad and yours looks great! I tried breakfast quinoa before, but the recipe called for microwaving it and that was a PAIN!!!!!!! I have saved yours, so the next time I make quinoa (on the stovetop!) for dinner, I can save my leftovers and add the mixins!!! :)
    Amy @ Fun With Family and Fitness The first few pagesMy Profile

  18. I love tuna salad–my secret is using Old Bay seasoning, which is from DC/Baltimore. We usually put it on crabs, but it can also be used on tuna salad to give it an extra punch and remind me of home :) Love the idea of quinoa for breakfast!
    Emily @ Tips on Healthy Living The No. 1 Reason Women Can’t Get PregnantMy Profile

  19. Your quinoa breakfast bowl looks amazing!! And I have been on a total tuna kick lately, so I am definitely going to have to try this recipe!!! Yummy!
    Sarah Dark Chocolate Cupcakes w/ Raspberry Goat Cheese Frosting {A Recipe Redux}My Profile

  20. That salad looks scrumptious. Yours always does!
    Amy Jo – Pure & Simple Red Cabbage and Apple Salad with Tahini-Ginger DressingMy Profile

  21. i made a sweet quinoa dish for breakfast and LOVED it. i love almost all grains though. especially sweet :)

  22. Tear, I’m almost out of Flips from those great CHOBANI folks and I can’t find them here– I love eating quinoa for breakfast– have you tried Freekah??? It’s amazing too
    Laura@ Fit Running Mama WIAW and ProBar Review and GiveawayMy Profile

  23. Love days where everything I eat turns out to be just perfect! I had one the other day actually :-) I wasn’t a big tuna fan until switching over to Paleo. Now I love it! I typically add Dijon mustard, avocado, celery, dill, salt and pepper but this one sounds great!
    Giselle@myhealthyhappyhome Check out http://myhealthyhappyhome.com/My Profile

  24. Ttrockwood says:

    I love to mix half quinoa and half oats for breakfast, always make extra quinoa each time i cook it.
    If i win i would order a probiotics supplement since the quality ones are so expensive!

  25. I would love to get my protein powder from this store!

  26. Yum! This all looks delicious. I’ve heard so many good things about Chobani Flip. I need to get my hands on some!
    Caitlyn @ City and the Cubicle Here’s looking at youMy Profile

  27. Natalie S says:

    I would buy chia seeds!

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