What Did I Eat 2/9-2/15?

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Disclaimer: I am not a health expert. I am a wife, mother and music teacher who loves to find healthy recipes and share them. I am only sharing what has worked for me, I am in no way advising others on how they should eat. 

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I drink only water and a cup of coffee or two a day with creamer because there are just some things a girl can’t give up.

I exercise four times a week for twenty minutes.

We rarely go out eat, I cook A LOT!! But I enjoy it.

2.9 Breakfast: Hashbrowns, two eggs, onions, red peppers and cheese.

Lunch: Leftover Slow Cooker Chicken Mole Tacos from Cooking Light Jan./Feb. 2018.

Snack: Leftover Asian Style Protein Blend

Dinner: Veggies Stuffed Shells from Taste of Home Healthy Recipes. Not so good, I didn’t add any meat, that might have helped my family like it better. We also had a salad.

Snack: Healthy Gingerbread Snack Cake

2.10 Breakfast: The Best Breakfast Casserole That’s just its name, I don’t really think it’s the best I’ve ever had. I will make the whole casserole, cut it into 8ths and then freeze it. I will pull out a slice in the morning and microwave it. I love eggs and hashbrowns but don’t have to time to make it everyday so this helps with that desire.

Lunch: Leftover Slow Cooker Chicken Mole Tacos from Cooking Light Jan./Feb. 2018.

Snack: Larabar

Dinner: Steak and Lentil Soup. I used deer steak (yum). I got this recipe from Better Homes and Gardens Skinny Slow download (3)Cooker. It was pretty good.

Snack: Healthy One-Bowl Fudgy Brownie  

2.11 Breakfast: The Best Breakfast Casserole

Snack: My eating schedule will be off today. We are at a volleyball tournament and I ate breakfast at 6:00 am so I had a snack around 10:00. Tried something new and loved it. I am reading the Trim Healthy Mama Plan (you’ll be hearing more about this in future posts) and on their plan you can eat Triple Zero yogurt by Oikos. 

Lunch: Turkey on Ezekiel bread (another THM thing, however I am totally not following their plan yet, but hope to try it soon) with provolone cheese, onion, mustard, Sir Kensington Mayonnaise, a few plain chips and grapes.

61c89qy5SVLSnack: Larabar

Dinner: White Bean Soup, recipe from Cleaning Eating Jan./Feb. 2018. I also made a grilled chicken salad.

Another snack (it was a long day):  No Bake Pumpkin Spice Latte Bites

2.12 Breakfast: Carrot and Walnut Breakfast Loaf from October 2017 Clean Eating magazine.

Lunch: Leftover Steak and Lentil Soup and grapes. 

Snack: Larabar

Dinner: Turkey and Pasta Primavera from Better Homes and Gardens Skinny Slow Cooker. 

Snack: Healthy Gingerbread Snack Cake

2.13 Breakfast: Breakfast Casserole with Eggs, Bacon and Sausage (I had ham so I used that).

Lunch: Turkey Primavera and grapes.

Snack:  Late July Chia and Quinoa chips with some salsa.

Dinner: Sweet and Sour chicken from Cleaning Eating Jan./Feb. 2018 with brown rice and some peas. This was okay.

Snack:  Healthy One-Bowl Fudgy Brownie  

2.14 Breakfast: Breakfast Casserole with Eggs, Bacon and Sausage

Lunch: Leftover White Bean Soup and side salad.

Snack: Triple Zero yogurt by Oikos.

Dinner: Save My Sanity Chili from Trim Healthy TableMy first THM recipes and it was 51aZffvnkOL._AC_US200_AWESOME. Had a half a grilled cheese made with a half a slice of provolone on Ezekiel Bread (no butter).

Snack: No Bake Pumpkin Spice Latte Bites

2.15 Breakfast: Oatmeal Breakfast Bites.

Lunch: Leftover Turkey Primavera and grapes

Snack: Two Wasa crackers with Laughing Cow Creamy Light Swiss.

Dinner: Rosemary Pork Medallions with Peas from Taste of Home Healthy Recipes. Yummy, this was a hit.

Snack: Healthy Gingerbread Snack Cake

 

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