Last weekend my sister and I went to Green Bay to visit my Dad and Stepmom. And we had a fabulous time! My WIAW eats this week are from last Saturday, a fun-filled and tasty day!
Breakfast started with a delicious plate of toast and a sweet nectarine. One piece of toast was Great Harvest’s Oregon herb with unsalted almond butter, and the other piece was a gluten-free bread with the same almond butter and drizzled with honey. This was a delicious and filling breakfast!
Our dog Lincoln was sitting right next to me as I shot my breakfast photos, so I thought I’d share one of him too!
Before I ran some errands I had a handful of grapes for a snack. Red grapes have to be one of my favorite fruits!
I made a stop at Great Harvest and had a sample of their High-Five Fiber bread. I really liked how dense and chewy it was with lots of seeds inside.
So I came away with a loaf, along with some cinnamon vanilla sunflower butter and a cookie!
For lunch I had my leftover Blueberry and Corn Quinoa Salad, recipe to come! I have been loving cold quinoa salads this summer and this one was no exception!
That afternoon my sister and I made a pit stop at the amusement park in Green Bay where we both used to work. We didn’t stop for the rides, but for the twist cones! These were insanely large, but I ate as much as I could before it melted all over me!
An apple for good measure!
Then later that evening my family and I all took part in the Packer 5k, a 5k run/walk that ends with a loop inside the Packer stadium.
It was so cool! I never thought I’d ever get that close to the actual field. I even touched the turf!
It was such a beautiful night that after we finished the walk we decided to go out to eat. We ate outside and enjoyed the sweet summer night air. I also enjoyed a mojito!
And a veggie pizza for my main dish. Perfection.
Once we got back from our dinner it was pretty late, so we all called it a night! It was a great day and another fun weekend spent outside!
Make sure to stop on by Jenn’s page to see where this WIAW party gets started.