WIAW + Workouts #7

Peas and Crayons

Thanks to Jenn for putting this together!

Breakfast: multi-grain raisin oatmeal + sliced banana +drizzle of Alaskan blueberry syrup

Snack: Fiber one bar

Lunch: Grilled cheese (meunster & whole wheat bread) dipped in dijon mustard. Orange on the side.

Snack: almond cranberry crackers & cottage cheese

Dinner: broccoli couscous with grilled scallops, mushrooms, pineapple

Unpictured snacks: pickles, 2 slices cheese, soy chips


  • Monday – 40 minutes elliptical + arms, legs, abs circuit
  • Tuesday – 5 mile run
  • Wednesday – REST
  • Thursday – 6 mile run +arms, legs, abs circuit
  • Friday – Hot yoga or bike
  • Saturday – Hot yoga
  • Sunday – 11 mile run

13 responses to “WIAW + Workouts #7

  1. jessielovestorun

    I haven’t had a grilled cheese in so long. Thanks for reminding me about them 🙂

  2. I want that grilled cheese stat, lol!

  3. Your lunch looks amazing! Grilled cheese with fancy cheese is a great idea. Looks like you’ve got a full week of workouts, too.

    How do you handle doing hot yoga the day before a long run? I tried that once and really, really regretted it with every step of my long run.

    • If I go to the 8:30 morning class, I am totally fine to run the next morning. I just make sure to hydrate extra well all day. I tried going once the evening before a long run and it was a terrible idea! haha.
      All this talk of grilled cheese today is making me want another!!

  4. Your meals always look so good! What brand of oatmeal do you buy??

    • I bought the Nature’s Path variety pack this last time. I actually don’t eat oatmeal that often in the summer, but it’s definitely a regular in the colder months. I like the individual packs too because they are so quick and easy to make when you are short on time. Nature’s Path has really tasty/interesting flavors and most have hemp, flax, or some other added goodness 🙂

  5. oh my goodness!! those almond cranberry crackers look uh-mazingg! Where are they from??

  6. Fiber one! That is my go-to after supper if I’m short on fiber and need about 100-200 calories to reach my daily total. I’m glad I’m not the only food blogger who eats them! : ) Oh, and look at those cranberry crackers….mmm mmm mmm.

    • They are so good! I know they aren’t the best bar out there, but I always seem to need a little extra fiber, and they have been a favorite of mine for so long 🙂 I like to keep them in the fridge or freezer (so good cold)- try it!
      And…the cranberry crackers- I have to ask my bf’s mom where she got them! They’re good spread with nut butter too!

  7. caloricandcrazy

    Those crackers look delicious!

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