I wish we had a WinCo in South Carolina. The prices were good and then they had a lot of bulk bins with things I actually use (like rolled oats as opposed to flavored peanuts to make peanut butter). Also they have cheap & delicious bagels and donuts. We had the donuts as a snack before dinner and then the bagels were breakfast for me and my siblings. The girls had cereal instead. Or oatmeal.
Oatmeal, cereal, waffles, bagels. Quite and assortment this week. I think Miss Sassy had pb&j once too.
Nope, she had it twice. Once on whole wheat bread and once on a waffle because she requested it after I started her waffle.
She also had some dinosaur egg oatmeal.
Waffles and bagels and coffee. So many carbs but so good.
We ate out a few times, Burger Island, Cici’s Pizza, and probably one of my new favorite restaurants, Jason’s Deli.
One of my brothers got this massive burger but thankfully Burger Island has a yummy veggie burger! I loved it and even Miss Sassy had a few bites.
Mine. Yum. The curly fries are really good and so are their fried pickles that are in spears instead of chips. So good! I forgot to take a pic of those tho…
Miss Sassy and Little T shared some chicken nuggets and fries.
Pizza from Cici’s. Sadly, that day their brownies were gross. They legit tasted like cardboard. Never had that happen before…
And Jason’s Deli has an amazing salad bar! I’m glad there’s one in SC because I can get the salad bar and not worry about what I’ll eat since I don’t eat meat.
The bar is quite large and varied. They also have tiny corn muffins and ginger muffins and free ice cream. A bit more expensive than other fast food restaurants but I think it’s worth it. Miss Sassy had chicken nuggets but didn’t care for the breading. She picked it off. Lol. But she also had some stuff from my plates from the salad bar and ice cream of course. Little T had stuff from my plate and ice cream and they both had a bit from my mama’s plate and she got it from the salad bar too.
Had an everything bagel with cream cheese, extra everything bagel seasoning and chia seeds. Really good!!
Tacos, and falafel burgers I made with my little sister and veggie stir fry noodle bowl. So. Good.
Also, I love those plates!! Holds up my tacos! They are just like these plates here. The tortillas were flavored from WinCo. Jalapeno tortillas and chipotle tortillas. They weren’t spicy tho.
Here are the girls’ plates!
Noodle bowl! I gave the girls the same thing but separately and they enjoyed it! Gobbled up the noodles especially.
Falafel burgers and cheesesticks! Yum…
Corn dogs and veggies for the girls while I had these delicious vegetable samosas! They were super good!
They were a bit spicy but the dip that came with it made it too spicy. So I thinned out some mayo with lime juice and added minced garlic.
I’m going to have to look for something like these when we get home because they were quick and yummy!
Delicious banana bread from Liv B’s awesome cookbook with a couple of twists. One was brown sugar instead of regular because we were out. I like the change though because it made it less sweet but still good! Also my sister requested cinnamon and sugar on the top and bottom but we used cinnamon and brown sugar. My youngest sister and I made them!
They were eaten super fast. So glad I had enough bananas for two loaves or I wouldn’t have gotten any!
My youngest sister and I also made zucchini cupcakes which were also super good and the frosting was kind of caramel-y. So yummyyy. The recipe was in this book my mama owns.
Last week at the beginning, we also had some birthday cake from my sister! She’s the next oldest (I have 3 sisters and 3 brothers). The cake was from Kroger and very good and very pretty.
I took a lot of pictures this week.
What did your family have to eat this week? I’d love to hear about it below.
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