A Stop At Whole Foods + Loaded Salads

I’m a day late this week on sharing recent meals but better late than never!

I went to Whole Foods the other afternoon for a few things.

I bought organic Honeycrisp apples, a few bottles of 365 light organic ranch dressing, a bag of shredded brussels sprouts, plus a few things from the frozen section:

whole-foods-365-frozen

Organic White Quinoa – I could make this myself on the stove with dry quinoa but I haven’t been so maybe this will motivate me to eat quinoa more often.

Organic Shoestring Cut Fries – I love these french fries with salads, with a veggie burger, or on the side of roasted veggies with hummus – the bag is cut open because I heated up some fries right away when I got home!

Riced Cauliflower Stuffing – I think I bought a version of this at Trader Joe’s last year.

I made the below salad for lunch with the following ingredients:

There was no need for dressing on this salad because the brussels sprouts combination had so much flavor. It was really good!

salad

Talk about a loaded salad bowl. Here’s a list of everything in the below salad:

  • Romaine
  • Roasted Tomatoes
  • Roasted Sweet Potatoes
  • Dr. Praeger’s Veggie Burger
  • Chickpeas
  • Cucumber
  • Onion
  • Feta Cheese
  • Hummus
salad

A few days ago while shopping at Trader Joe’s, I bought the Garden Vegetable Hash as something a little different to work with to make dinner.

For this particular dinner, I cooked the garden vegetable hash in a little olive oil and added chickpeas before combining it with roasted sweet potatoes, hummus, and feta cheese. I’m in a major humus and feta cheese phase right now!

  • Garden Vegetable Hash
  • Chickpeas
  • Roasted Sweet Potatoes
  • Feta Cheese
  • Hummus
power-bowl

To finish up today’s post, here’s my mug of ginger turmeric tea with a Gingerman cookie on the side. I love how cute this is! Tastes good too.

gingerman-cookie
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