What Did I Eat This Week? 1/19-1/25

Photo by Eaters Collective on Unsplash

Disclaimer: I am not a health expert. Just a mom, wife, teacher who has tried this and has seen results. Everyone is different and what works for me might not work for you. Click on the links for products or recipes. 

I drink mostly water and coffee in the morning, occasionally I’ll have another coffee with a sweet snack later in the day.

I exercise four times a week.

1/19 Breakfast: Bacon Hashbrown  and Egg Casserole

Lunch: Had a gift card and coupons for Subway and the kids and I had a half day of school so we went to Subway. Got a six inch with turkey, provolone, lettuce, tomatoes, onion, green pepper and honey mustard. Had a bag of baked chips at home so had a few of those too.

Snack: Leftover Creamy Chicken Wild Rice soup.

Dinner: Crockpot BBQ Chicken. I ate it without a bun and Birds Eye Steamfresh Protein Blend Italian Style.  Yummy. I was really impressed with the flavor of the Birds Eye. A great quick side when you don’t have time to cook.

Snack: Chocolate Brownie Bite

1/21 Breakfast: Hashbrowns, one egg and veggies

Lunch: Leftover Shepard’s Pie and grapes

Snack: So…my daughter and I went to Toledo today and I had coupons for Tim Horton’s and a little money on a gift card so I was bad and had a muffin that was very high in calories and I drank half of a French Vanilla. No guilt, I don’t do this often 🙂

Dinner: Rosemary Dijon Pork Tenderloin. Got this recipe from Clean Eating October download (1)2017. Wow, this was surprisingly very tasty. However, it took way longer to cook the pork then the recipes said. Make sure you take the temperature.

Snack: Larabar (had to try a new flavor I bought, Cinnamon Roll…it was okay, I wouldn’t buy it again. )

1/22 Breakfast: Blueberry Almond Oatmeal Cups

Lunch: Leftover Butter Chicken with brown rice and carrot sticks. I’ve decided I don’t like this recipe.

Snack: Healthy Gingerbread Snack Cake

Dinner: Zucchini Lasagna from Clean Eating October 2017 issue. We added deer meat to ours. It was okay, probably won’t make it again.

Snack: Larabar

1/22 Breakfast: Bacon Hashbrown  and Egg Casserole

Lunch: Leftover Zucchini Lasagna and grapes

Snack: Larabar

Dinner: Skinny Chicken Enchiladas These were a hit, yummy!!! Would definitely make them again.

Snack: Healthy Gingerbread Snack Cake

1/23 Breakfast: Carrot and Walnut Breakfast Loaf from October 2017 Clean Eating magazine.

Lunch: Leftover Skinny Chicken Enchiladas with some grapes.

Snack: Black bean salsa and Late July Chia and Quinoa chips

Dinner: Fried Crappy my two men caught ice fishing on Saturday and homemade potato wedges in the oven. This isn’t healthy but it’s definitely fresh and yummy.

Snack: No Bake Pumpkin Spice Latte Bites

1/24 Breakfast: The Best Breakfast Casserole (I didn’t name this, the website I got the recipe from did, but it is good)

Lunch: Leftover Skinny Enchiladas with some grapes…and…I walked into the teacher’s lounge and there on the middle of the table beautifully displayed, was a platter of brownies with frosting and pretty sprinkles. I looked at them and thought, “I’m going to eat one.” And I did :),

Snack: Larabar

Dinner: Easy Paleo Crock Pot Roast. Used deer roast in this…so tender.

Snack: Chocolate Brownie Bite

1/25 Breakfast: The Best Breakfast Casserole

Lunch: Last of the Skinny Chicken Enchiladas and grapes

Snack: Black bean salsa and Late July Chia and Quinoa chips

Snack: we were headed to a music teacher conference two hours from home and I knew I probably wouldn’t eat supper until 8pm so I ate a Larabar in the car.

Dinner: Tried a new resturant in Grand Rapids…not very good service. Anyway, tried to make a somewhat healthy choice. Hubby wanted pizza so we got a chicken pesto pizza. It had a very thin crust…almost like a tortilla. So I don’t think it was too bad. I also resisted the urge to get a pop, I was craving one, but stuck with water. TodayI might not be as good.




Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s