Tuesday, December 11, 2012

WTF Tuesday

Pumpkin Waffles and Maple Syrup for breakfast. Great recipe.

Tabouleh, Chickenless Chicken Salad and Hearts Of Palm that I got off the WF's Salad Bar yesterday.
Gardein Stuffed Turk'y and Mac & Cheese from Everlasting Life Cafe for dinner.
Jujy Fruits for dessert.

Maybe a little bit more nutritious eats tomorrow. Doubtful though.

5 comments:

foodfeud said...

Sneaky you, saving WF meals for days off. I have never had a jujyfruit craving until just now.

Molly said...

Oh, wow, jujy fruits. I remember those! They remind me of being a kid.

To answer your question- I have never had a Starbucks coffee, but that's by choice, not lack of them being around here. There are several local coffee shops I go to instead when I want something like that.

xvavaveganx said...

Haha I just saw the Seinfeld episode where Elaine stops for Jujyfruits before going to the hospital to see her date. What timing!

Oh man, those pumpkin waffles are so good. Yours looks so pretty! Beautiful choices from WFs and your dinner, yum! I am thinking I may have to make some gluten free mac and cheese for our holiday dinner (my sister in law celebrates Christmas so now we do too ha). Yours looks so good!

Ingrid said...

I am quite jealous of your pumpkin waffles, it looks really decadent.

I've seen Gardein's Stuffed Turk'y in the freezer section, just might have to try them. Paired with the mac - yum, yummy!

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!

FF, to be honest, I got myself the WF's Salad Bar stuff before I saw the Chicken Wrap. So I bought two lunches on Monday. Blame Miss Rachel for the Jujyfruit craving. She started it.

Molly, I admire your support of local merchants. I'd starve before entering a McD's or BK etc, but Starbucks & Walmart I patronize.

VaVa, I forgot that Elaine got those Jujyfruits. Thank you for the Pumpkin Waffle recipe. I love it. Tastes like something I'd get in a restaurant.

Ingrid, and it is my intent to make Blueberry Waffles like you made. The Stuff'd Turky's are expensive, but very delicious.