Happy Saturday everyone! Here I come on my birthday (yay!) with another What I Eat In A Day post. Hopefully you’ll find it interesting and it will give you some ideas.

1. Breakfast

Yes, you guessed it, porridge! Like pretty much every single day! But this time, I really needed something even more comforting than a regular porridge. Something to indulge on. And of course I went for cacao and chocolate porridge! To make it, I just pour whatever amount of oats I fancy that day in a pan on a low heat, with a little bit of plant milk and hot water, one or two tablespoons of raw cacao powder (depending on how much oats I’m having), a tablespoon of coconut sugar and I keep stirring until the oats finish drinking all the liquid up. Once served in a bowl, I add pieces of dark chocolate which I usually put not on the surface, but deep into the bowl, so that it can melt and give this even more rich and chocolaty flavor that is to die for!!

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2. Lunch

As I’m working for home, I always manage to do something quick and easy, so that I don’t spend hours in the kitchen, forgetting that I’m actually supposed to work! So this is an easy one: I cooked some quinoa in boiling water and a little bit of apple cider vinegar. During that time, I chopped a clove of garlic, one big onion, runner beans and sun-dried tomatoes. I put everything in a pan with olive oil and let it fry for about 10 minutes. Once the quinoa was cooked, I mixed it with the veggies and here’s the final result! As per usual, after having this glorious lunch (again, it was a huge portion) and an apple for dessert, I had a peppermint herbal tea.

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3. Dinner

And finally for dinner, I felt in the need for something fresh. I began by roasting some chickpeas coated with olive oil, garlic, cumin, smoked paprika, fresh herbs, salt and pepper. Waiting for them to roast, I chopped a romaine lettuce, seasoned it with olive oil, apple cider vinegar, salt, and pepper, and I added sesame and flax seeds on top. Once they were cooked, I added the roasted chickpeas and mixed everything together… and voilà ! To go with it, I also made a soft-boiled egg, and again I had an apple and a herbal tea (chamomile this time) for dessert.

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So there you go, that’s what I ate the other day. Keep an eye for a birthday edition soon…