Some eats

A fabulous food post!  Okay, maybe not fabulous, but I like it 😀  Here is a sampling of the last couple weeks meals as proof that I do eat more than cupcakes and sundaes.

The twice weekly bagel:

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These are cheese blintzes. They come frozen and make a quick and easy breakfast. The brand is Golden.  This plate is about 300 calories. Yum!

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Lunches have been a lot of yogurt/berry/cereal combos. Have you seen these?

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These are pretty tasty and have more protein than Cheerios.

Coconut flour banana bread pudding topped with nut butter.

 

WP_20150714_004 I have also been eating egg sandwiches:

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Note I have been eating different veggies this month  :mrgreen:

Dinners have been back to some chicken again 😀 This time with sauteed spiralized zucchini, summer squash and shredded carrots.

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And that yummy spinach roll up recipe!

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John also did his potato crust quiche one night.

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That doesn’t look so pretty because we cut right into it instead of letting it cool and set a little bit. That’s what happens when you are hungry!

More chicken.  Have I ever said how much I love hot sauce? I’m a Frank’s girl. If I could, I would eat chicken wings every single day.  With bleu cheese.

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We have been enjoying our change up of having an adult beverage on Friday nights.

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Weight loss is still happening slowly. I guess I can lose weight during biking season if I work at it 😀  Proving myself wrong on that front.

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25 thoughts on “Some eats

  1. Joanne

    All the food looks good – I like chicken, too. Egg sandwich is yummy – English muffin? And you use smaller plates, too.

    1. Lori Post author

      I really like the nut thins. FYI, seal the bag because they seem to stale faster than regular crackers.

  2. Helen

    The minute I saw the bean cereal I thought, “I wonder if it makes you gassy?” LOL! Good job getting those veggies in. I think spiralizing makes them fun at least, right?
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    1. Lori Post author

      I don’t *think* they make you gassy? I didn’t notice, but then I wasn’t really paying attention LOL

  3. Shelley B

    One of these days I will spring for your spiralizer…I’ve been in a “no clutter” mode for several months and can’t quite bring myself to add ONE MORE THING to my kitchen. But you do make those veggies look appealing!
    Shelley B´s last blog post ..WWU – Running in Santa Fe

    1. Lori Post author

      I like the spiralizer a lot. However, I did cut myself on it while washing it. I have a brush to clean the blades, but then I dropped it and caught it, of course right on the blade part. Sharp…

  4. Roz@weightingfor50

    I love the spiralized veggies! Note to self: Get a spiralizer when you see one. And Frank’s hot sauce? the best! Have you tried the Frank’s Bollywood hot sauce? OMG…it is SOOOO good!
    Roz@weightingfor50´s last blog post ..Back to Zumba

  5. Jeannie/Qlts2Slo

    Your sautéed spiralized zucchini, summer squash and shredded carrots is just danged beautiful! Stop doing that, I’m trying NOT to buy a spiralizer.

    1. Lori Post author

      The carrots were the precut shreds. I couldn’t find a carrot the right size to spiralize, so I just got the shredded ones.

      I totally agree on changing the look of veggies. When you aren’t a veggie lover, any trick that gets you to eat more is a good thing.

  6. Biz

    While I pretty much love most hot sauces, Frank’s is my true go to – just that little bit of vinegar kick, but not as much as Tabasco. And for the record, I could eat chicken wings with blue cheese every day too!
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