WIAW- Bacon!!!

I’m back with WIAW (Thanks to Jenn at Peas and Crayons for hosting!) because I feel like I wanna share some of my eats from the past week. Most importantly…guess who’s back?!?!


Yup! We got our bacon. I had no idea it was going to be so much. We barely fit it in two freezers. I’m not weirded out by eating something I raised for 6 months. I am freaking overjoyed that I am eating something I know exactly about and don’t have to buy meat from the grocery store.



So naturally it’s finding it’s way into everything this week. I make out my meal plans on Sundays when I go grocery shopping and they called me Monday to tell me the pork was ready, so I didn’t have it in the plans, but that didn’t stop it from making it’s way into dinner Monday night:


Baked flounder, butternut squash noodles with spaghetti sauce and cauliflower rice with bacon.

The recipe was a fish recipe from the The 21-Day Sugar Detox <<affiliate link
It looked pretty but the fish were basically paper thin. Thank god for bacon.


For breakfasts this week, I made the butternut squash breakfast pie again. Tis the season. Those apples behind it are from our backyard!!!


Lunches…. I don’t have a picture. It was sardines, avocado and soup. Woo hoo, same old.

For a snack all week I made these Paleo chocolate chip cookie dough balls. Yum. Love eating these right when I get home.


Austin was out of town last night so I made breakfast for dinner. Can you guess what was involved?


Soft boiled eggs, plantain fries and kale with BACON. This meal was epic and really confused me. Whenever I eat a meal, I always go from worst to best, to save the best for last. But everything was so good on this plate my mind got really confused. I’m really sorry about my nail polish.

Dessert for the week was Paleo Parent’s baked apples with butter and pecans. I used the apples from our backyard! Picture doesn’t really do it justice. Check out the recipe!


6 thoughts on “WIAW- Bacon!!!

  1. giselle

    OMG I’m so jealous of all your bacon! I would be going bacon crazy too and I’m not even that big of a fan of it! I think we are going to buy more pig next time rather than go in on 1/4 with someone else like we did recently. We are already down to 1 pack of bacon!
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