What I Ate Wednesday #4

Happy What I Ate Wednesday! Last week I was indulging on my double chocolate fudge birthday cake and today.. kale water.. LOL it actually wasn’t bad!

I’ve been experimenting with my dehydrator to make homemade green powder. After a few tries I finally made an easy to use kale powder that adds an nutrient boost to any recipe. Today my morning elixir consisted of warm water, 1/2 tsp. kale powder, lemon, ginger powder, tumeric and cinnamon. Before tossing in a packet of stevia to mask the odd combination of ingredients, I decided to take a sip and test it out in its raw form. Wasn’t bad! The stevia went back into the cabinet and I downed my kale water as is.

Today was my rest day so I went for a walk and then had steak, eggs and sauteed spinach for breakfast.

A few hours later I had 2 handful of crushed walnuts and homemade jerky

Lunch consisted of a simple salad of romaine, broccoli, radishes, baby corn, chicken and a sprinkle of kale powder. I dressed my salad with apple cider vinegar and EVOO.

Sunflower seed butter was my snack

By the time I got home from my internship all I wanted was food and sleep. I inhaled one of my chicken thighs and some string beans before realizing I needed to take a pic for my this post. I removed my one eaten chicken bone and quickly took this horrendous pic.



The more color, the more nutrients! I always have a ton of cooked and raw veggies on hand so I just throw everything in a dish, add a protein and drizzle olive oil or add some nuts and seeds for fat.

Side Note: I pick up all my unique fruits and veggies at ShopRite!


  • Bibb lettuce
  • spiralized yellow squash
  • 1 sliced radish
  • sliced and baked japanese sweet potato
  • baked chicken breast
  • 1 tbsp sunflower seeds
  • steamed purple cauliflower
  • olive oil or your favorite dressing


  1. Lay down a few lettuce leaves as your base
  2. Top lettuce with spiralized squash
  3. Layer the rest of the ingredients in rows: sweet potato, radish, chicken, cauliflower
  4. Sprinkle seeds on top
  5. Drizzle olive oil or your favorite dressing on top