WIAW + Go-To Easy & Healthy Sandwiches

Good morning and Happy WIAW! Not only do I have eats to show you, but I have a sandwich recipe to share with you…so stick around!

And thanks Jenn for hosting! I love WIAW


Breakfast was a delicious bowl of plain Greek yogurt, stevia, coconut flour, organic PB, strawberries, and pumpkin flax seed granola

Lunch was my post workout meal…green smoothie it was!


Dinner was delicious! I got a little creative in the kitchen…

I sautéed mushrooms, onions, and sliced strawberries in balsamic vinegar and laid it on a bed of spinach, topped with cherry tomatoes and bell-pepper and sautéed broccoli.

I toasted took half of a French bread bun and halved it again, toasted it with coconut oil on top. Let’s just say, dinner was very filling! So many vegetables!

Here’s the recipe!

healthy sandwiches



And there ya go! Easy sandwiches are the best!

Here’s my workout from yesterday:


1 mile warm-up—2X1000m—3X800m—1 mile @ 9:09 pace

Then I walked 1 mile and completed the Bikini Body Workout from the Bikini Series 2014 by Tone It Up! (Video down below) Here’s the printable if you can’t see the video

Love this workout and you should totally do it!



  • What is your favorite sandwich combo?
  • What was the best thing you ate yesterday?

7 thoughts on “WIAW + Go-To Easy & Healthy Sandwiches

  1. Miss Polkadot says:

    Isn’t adding coconut flour to Greek yogurt the best idea ever?! I’ve been doing it for years and don’t want to miss it. Maybe it’s odd but I actually think it’s best with some plump surprise coconut flour ‘balls’ in it. Your bowl makes me wish strawberries were in season over here already again.

    • Audrey says:

      OMG about a 2 years ago i fell in love with coconut flour and was making stuff with it all the time…when i discovered i could put it in my yogurt, i was so excited!!! it tastes sooooo good! its almost like a pudding!

  2. myfitfocusedlife says:

    I love making open face veggie sammiches using Ezekial bread. My topping are usually homemade hummus, sliced cucumbers and tomatoes, carrot chips, sprouts, spring lettuce, and sometimes sliced avocado. Okay, I’m hungry now….

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