WIAW #37: Granola Addicts Anonymous

Happy Wednesday everyone! I can celebrate the hump day with the rest of you this week and let me tell you and I am happy to do so. I figured since the majority of my eats throughout the day are at work I would change things up a bit today and show you what I’m doing at work while eating them.

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Almond Butter granola topped with fresh blackberries while writing literacy plans for my Thursday groups. I made this granola Sunday… I’ve eaten the whole batch… I have a granola problem.

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A cutie while scoring protocols right before a meeting.

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Hummus and peppers while explaining uses for my favorite therapy game to another therapist.

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A post-workout/early dinner salad that was literally the size of my face. Filled with romaine, tomatoes, cucumber, flax seeds, grilled Udi’s bread, shredded Cabot extra sharp cheddar, and topped with olive oil, salt, and pepper. Can I have another one? 

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And I ended the night with some stress baking (our Tuesday’s full of meetings tend to have that effect). These were loosely adapted from Madison (I managed to use the banana and the almond butter… I kind of winged the rest) but they must have been good because I ate 2 shortly after this picture 🙂 At least they’re pretty healthy? 

And there you have it, a full day of eats and their corresponding activities. Thank goodness for that salad which pushed me towards max veggie consumption for the day, though I think the granola may have been the best part. As always I’m linking up my eats with our Veggie Loving Hostess so be sure  to stop by Peas and Crayons for the rest of the WIAW party!

What’s the most addictive thing you’ve eaten this week? Any other stress bakers out there?

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6 thoughts on “WIAW #37: Granola Addicts Anonymous

  1. Madison @ Eating 4 Balance

    Almond butter granola sounds delicious! I thought those pepper strips were gummy worms for a second and thought “how awesome!” Being at a school all day I would start wanting kid lunches again like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, lunchables, etc. 🙂

    Is Hommos the foreign spelling of Hummus? I’ve always wondered that…

    Your scones look even better up close. Glad they turned out well!

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  2. Pingback: Almond Butter Granola | Slices of Sarah Pie

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