AAHHH! Its my 100th post!!! this is cool! I have a recipe coming for you soon :)

In other news happy Wednesday!!


Lets get to the eats!

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Vanilla cinnamon oats topped with strawberries and almonds

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Tropical smoothie (froz mango, bloobs, tropical VEGA, spinach) topped with granola



Mixed banana berry smoothie topped with strawberry raspberry granola. These are my new favorite thing after eating an acai bowl almost every stinkin day in Southern California



Of course, I could never let a perfectly good OIAJ opportunity go to waste! Peach, apple, blueberry oats with (homemade) almond butter



My family had a spring roll bar for lunch the other day! Carrots, beets, cucumber and local 5 spice tofu. I had more than this, don’t worry :) It was just a pretty picture! And delicious in peanut sauce.



Uhh, duh. Kabocha…What were you expecting? ;)



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On Fathers day I made a picnic for my dad and step siblings! I brought the fixins for sun butter and jelly sandwiches, grapes, carrot sticks, and freshly made chocolate chip cookies using this recipe. They were just slightly under baked and perfect :)


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Please, please tell me you’ve tried dipping grapes in nut butter. Its delicious and tastes like straight up PB&J. Especially if its peanut butter and those really dark, sweet purple grapes. Heaven. Ignore the nasty napkin ;)


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We had a vegan BBQ/Pot luck the other day! An assortment of spanish rice, quinoa salad, pasta salad, fruit and fresh veganic veggies, and a veggie dog. I think I am officially past the whole “transition foods” stage of veganism, because I didn’t really like the veggie dog. Any of that fake stuff-fake meat, fake cheese, etc just doesn’t appeal to me. I’d rather eat real food, thats not trying to be something its not. Superficial vegan food ;)


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Soy ice cream on the other hand, thats perfectly fine with me :) Especially with brownies and peanut butter cookie dough bites!



Very rarely does a container of figs actually make it home. Everytime we buy them, my mom and I go through the whole display to find the most ripe ones, make our own little basket full, and eat them all on the car ride home. Its like a tradition ;) Also this fig was huge. I had to show you guys.



Have you ever heard of a Santa Clause Melon? Its like a cross between cantaloupe and honeydew, and it looks like a green football on the outside. Anyway, I found it at WF and its delicious. I had it on a salad with Braggs Braggberry dressing (blueberry, raspberry, acai, gogi, grape, and ACV. Totes recreating it)




Our weather was super weird a few days ago, and it went from 90’s to 60’s and raining in 2 days. Now its in the 90’s again and will be 106 on Monday. Ouch. Anyway, I just so happened to be sick on the rainy day, so I spent all day on the couch reading and ate a mug of split pea soup for lunch. If only I hadn’t been sick I would have been so cozy!






Later that afternoon I decided I didn’t like being sick. I now believe in the healing powers of rest and green smoothies. I made a huge smoothie with santa clause melon, lemon, ginger, celery, cucumber, parsley and power greens lettuce mix. I tell you what, this sick affected my whole family for 3-4 days, and I was only sick for one. All Hail the Smoothie!!!


Movie snack! Apple, puffins and almonds with warm vanilla milk (almond milk, stevia, and vanilla extract. A slightly healthier version of the vanilla milk I grew up making (read cows milk and spoonful upon heaping spoonful of sugar. Like sickly sweet. I know, great for a 5 year old before bedtime) and like better than hot cocoa!) I had this while watching Warm Bodies, which I highly recommend!!




Island Portabella burgers with grilled pineapple and baked sweet potato fries on the side. This was delicious :)



And here we have baked japanese sweet potato topped with cheater baked beans and coconut bacon, plus a side salad. How to make cheater baked beans: We followed Happy Herbivore’s recipe but on stovetop, and using kidney beans plus corn. Since we weren’t actually going to bake them, we mashed the beans a bit and that thickened the whole dish up quite nicely! This was really really good!



And last but not least, a bit of a sneak peak of that recipe I will be sharing shortly!! Doesn’t it look good???


Had any weird weather lately?

Whats your latest breakfast obsession?

8 thoughts on “WIAW!!

  1. whoa there. puffins are life. all of this looks soooo delicious! I agree about the fake meat stuff…not as appealing anymore! There are so many ways to recreate nasty meat products without the need of nasty non-meat products!

  2. The same thing happened to me the green smoothie! I was so sick with a really bad cold on Sunday during a long carride home from vacation, and when I got home that evening I made a simple green smoothie and the next day I felt 10000x better! :)

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