WIAW: Short and Sweet


This post is up quite a bit later than usual because I wasn’t feeling too great last night, so I hit the hay rather than writing this post. Man, was it worth it because I cannot remember the last time I slept that long! I feel like a spring chicken!

I’ve got a ton of photos for you all of the food that has been makin’ me smile recently. Happy WIAW!


Click over to Jenn’s blog to see more eats!



Peanut butter banana rice bowl


Greek yogurt with chia, cinnamon, nutmeg, honey, banana, leftover waffle, and almond butter


Long time, no hot oats! Greek yogurt with hot banana oats and peanut butter on top + cereal for crunch!

overnight oats

Overnight oats in jars. Favorites.



Soba noodles + egg tofu crab zucchini scramble (all thanks to mom) ➔ went back for seconds!


Daliza’s leftover (torn up) corn tortillas with avocado, salt, and pepper + two soft boiled eggs


Babysitting lunch on the go: grilled ham, brie, jam, spinach panini


Avocado toast + carrots + crab scrambled eggs


Toast with avocado + toast with sunflower seed butter + crab egg scramble + sautéed zucchini

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The BEST chicken gyro I’ve ever eaten. I ate the whole thing and I had mega food baby.



Super quick peanut butter banana green smoothie to fuel me through carpet removal


Amanda’s peaches and cream smoothie + greens


Lucky Charms!!!

zucchini bread

Zucchini banana bread with sunflower seed butter



The big green salad with two soft boiled eggs + sunflower seed butter toast


Another panini + carrots

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Our Korean feast




I have to keep this super short and sweet today because I’m headed to brunch with Veronica, Je’lyn, and Jeannine. They’re all leaving me for college in the next two days, so this will be our last hurrah! Oh my GOSH.

Hope you all enjoyed seeing some of noms this week. #NOMaste (I’ll explain more about where I got that from later 😉 ) Have an wonderful Wednesday!

So tell me:

What is the best thing you’ve eaten this past week?

Any ethnic foods?



22 thoughts on “WIAW: Short and Sweet

  1. Mmmmm delicious food overload!!!!
    I had some Chinese (American Chinese 😉) chicken and broccoli! That’s about as ethnic as I got this week lol
    Glad your feeling better and hope you have a great time today! 🙂

  2. Tell me, how utterly fabulous are seafood scrambles!? Having never had crab itself – but basing my assumptions on my love for hake egg scrambles… delicious.

  3. Oh my goshhhh so much amazingness. Are you going to be eating in the dorms? I’m excited to see how your options are! I don’t know if I’d like those crab eggs.. I’m not a huge fan of crab! I don’t eat a ton of ethnic food. I don’t know why, I like it! Although I’ve never had Chinese takeout.. or Korean.. okay basically all I’ve had is Mexican. lol 😉

  4. Haha, you’re a classic pb and oats girl! Although when I used to do that my ratio of pb to oats is more like 2:1 😛

  5. Seriously drooling right now. I have a new FRIEND and he has been introducing me to (and cooking) MIddle Eastern dishes for me. I like it. We’re both obsessed with food and recently tried a Moroccan place, a Greek place and have a bunch more restaurants on the list.

  6. Alison, that leftover waffle looks amazing. If we ever do meet, I am requesting one of these waffles! I have been drooling over them for months! & a crab egg scramble? How have I never thought of this before?! Sounds delicious. Gyros are one of my favorite foods and I just found out that my college has a greek place on the meal plan… YAY! How is sunflower seed butter? I see it all the time, but I cannot get myself to buy a jar and try it! You seem to have good taxte buds, so I thought I would ask you about it. 🙂

    • Confession: that waffle was from a box! It’s from a long time and we had it in the freezer, so it actually didn’t taste too great. But I will make you a better, fresh waffle!
      Sunflower seed butter from TJs and naturallynutty.com (the only ones I’ve tried so far) are AMAZING. A little different from peanut butter, but super delicious.

  7. Your mum needs to make me one of those scrambles….egg and crab is an epic combination and a sodium hit of wonder. BOOM.

    Alison you can’t just ask people what the last ethnic food they ate was. That’s so racist. I ate oatmeal. Is that Scottish?

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