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Old 02-28-2014, 03:41 AM   #1
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UD Friday! What's on your plate?

UD and not hungry, naturally.

B: coffee w/cream
Snack: latte
L: probably chick-fil-a chicken salad in a low-carb wrap with lettuce, tomatoes, maybe salad peppers; fruit cup
S: I think I'll do a low-carb Italian casserole with ground beef, spinach, cream cheese, marinara and mozzarella. Or something like that. That should bump up my calories.
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Old 02-28-2014, 04:39 AM   #2
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Ok I decided to eat breakfast because I have a ton of stuff to do this morning.
I picked up the smart ones cheesy eggs and ham scramble and the santa fe rice and beans after reading the weight watchers newsletter this week.
With a low-carb tortilla instead of a normal one, and salsa this comes out to right at 250 calories for 1/3 of the filling (it made enough for 4 though, in hindsight lol).
It would make a decent DD meal. Add shredded lettuce, some cilantro, whatever low-call add-ins you want.
I found it didn't need any cheese. The smart ones tv dinners had enough sauce on them.
Making 4 this way is only about 223 calories each.

Santa Fe Breakfast Burrito
6 PointsPlus® Value per serving. Makes 4 servings, 6.5 oz. per serving
10g
Protein
3g
Fiber
8g
Fat
220
Cal


Ingredients

1 Smart Ones® Cheesy Scramble with Hashbrowns meal
1 Smart Ones® Santa Fe Style Rice and Beans meal
4 Whole wheat tortillas
8 Tbsp. Salsa

Instructions

Cook each Smart Ones® Cheesy Scramble with Hashbrowns meal and Santa Fe Style Rice & Beans meal according to package instructions.
To a large bowl, add both meals and mix together.
Wrap four tortillas in a damp paper towel and microwave on HIGH for 15 seconds.
Fill each tortilla with 1/4 of the rice, bean and egg mixture.
Roll burritos. Top each with 2 Tbsp. of salsa. Enjoy!
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Old 02-28-2014, 05:30 AM   #3
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Up Day - Friday Plan?

TGIF I am so glad Friday is finally here! Up day to boot! YEAH!!!

B - eggs/toast 280c
S - quest bar 160c
L - either salad or repeat of breakfast -- 280c (the same either way)
D - we are having friends over for dinner and drinks. The menu is pasta. So I have plenty of calories for it...oh and there will be WINE!
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Old 02-28-2014, 06:05 AM   #4
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Dottie, your breakfast sounds wonderful!!!!
Enjoy your day!
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Old 02-28-2014, 06:12 AM   #5
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Ack! After all my years on here, I still can't merge threads right. I meant to make yours the first one.
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Old 02-28-2014, 07:57 AM   #6
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Happy Friday all!

B: Everything bagel with cream cheese, coffee
L: Banh Mi with Sriracha (if it's not raining too hard to get on the freeway)
D: DH has a friend whose birthday is today, so we'll probably take him out for dinner somewhere, then it's date night. I imagine I'll be over on calories.
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Old 02-28-2014, 08:08 AM   #7
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I had some prunes this morning. I love prunes! Held myself to three, but I was wishing I could just finish off the bag. Prunes, beautiful prunes!
Lunch will be sashimi.
And then for the grand experiment...some CHEESE in the mid-afternoon. Fingers crossed that there will be no negative reactions!
Dinner will be lamb, zucchini, and potatoes.
There may be some extras, but I don't know what, or when.
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Old 02-28-2014, 08:26 AM   #8
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Looks like some good Friday plans in the works! I'll join you.

B: Coffee/HWC
L: Meeting a friend at a steakhouse - probably some kind of salad
D: Spaghetti and meatballs, red wine

Not counting cals today. Head just needs a break.
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Old 02-28-2014, 08:28 AM   #9
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Yesterday turned out to be an MD. Looks like today might end up that way too! Unless I get really munchy tonight or something... I'm just not feeling hungry.

B: Coffee, 1/2 of an apple fritter type donut thing
L: Leftover jerk chicken w/ stir fry veggies
S: Coffee... egg & ham slices (if I'm hungry)
D: No plans... About all I've got in the freezer is some ground beef. Might make a cheeseburger skillet meal (gb, diced tomatoes, brown rice, green pepper, cheese) it's quick & easy, and I've got the required ingredients
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Old 02-28-2014, 08:32 AM   #10
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Good Morning!!!!
No plan yet, but will count calories.
I am aiming for 1700 vs. the usual 1800.
My up number is 1775 per the calculator. I've been rounding up but will now round down since down is the general direction I am heading for. LOL.
Back in a bit when I have a clue.
Where does the hunger go overnight?
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Old 02-28-2014, 10:16 AM   #11
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True--where DOES the hunger go? I was soooo hungry all day yesterday and went over by almost 200 calories--not enough to call it an MD, though. Plus, my riding lesson was a real cardio workout! I was down to a new low (since starting JUDDD, that is) this morning. Just seeing it as a regular down day and moving on!

Today's plan

B: Coffee with HWC (three small cups) (100)
Dry cereal (70) needed to crunch something

L: Indian restaurant, I've planned for tandoori chicken, big salad, and half a naan (377)
(I chose this restaurant because I'm not crazy about their vegetable dishes, so I knew I wouldn't be tempted by the starchy stuff.)

S options: FiberOne bar (90)
Cheese&crackers (130)

D: Not sure. I have some bacon that needs eating, so maybe a bacon/tomato cheese toast.

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DH declared he wants (homemade) hamburgers with all the fixins, fries, bun, etc.

Um-- I don't... so I'll get lettuce and do mine LC style. I just can't get over wasting calories on a bun, ya know?

B: tried a new cereal - Nature's Path Sunrise crunchy vanilla (Costco find-- 110 cal for 30g, which is about where all my "acceptable" cereals are) and not too bad in carbs all things considered (I think 22g net for that serving).

Of course, I have 3 times that
with almond milk

L: 2 mama lupe's LC wraps
7oz pulled pork (lean sirloin)
a bit of coleslaw, and light bbq sauce

D: I figure I can have:
12oz of Costco lean beef (says it's 91%)
lettuce, pickle, onion, etc
2oz light cheddar cheese

that puts me at 1900 now, and so I still have a couple 00 to play with (read: chocolate).

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Okay,
I went to the grocery store and I did not buy one single thing that would be hard for me to use good judgment on. That is a huge NSV by its self.

S: 1 Nutrigrain Waffle and SF Strawberry Jam. 80

L: Frozen Meal 320

D: cubed and browned steak bites
baked potato w/ .5 TBSP Butter
Corn (excited as I haven't allowed corn in YEARS)
horseradish mix w/ sourcream for the steak bites. I have a food scale ordered so counting the above is not so easy for me till the scale arrives but will guess at about 1000 cals?

S: Greek Yogurt w/ SF Strawberry Jam 110
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B - coffee with HWC, scrambled eggs with shredded cheese
L - collards cooked in butter. Lots of butter
D - not sure. Maybe some kind of eggs again as we have dozens of them. Go hens.
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Happy Friday all!

B: Everything bagel with cream cheese, coffee
L: Banh Mi with Sriracha (if it's not raining too hard to get on the freeway)
D: DH has a friend whose birthday is today, so we'll probably take him out for dinner somewhere, then it's date night. I imagine I'll be over on calories.
S: Quest bar
L: Coworker is going to the other Vietnamese place and will bring me back a Banh Mi
S: Another Quest bar
D: We ARE taking DH's friend to dinner. Texas Roadhouse: 6 oz sirloin, green beans with bacon and onions, baked sweet potato
Drinks: Several, maybe many
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I have to go to a spaghetti diner tonight. So spaghetti, garlic bread, cake and pie.
Then when I get home perhaps 4 oz of ham. I usually don't go nearly that high on
carbs so as strange as it seems I think I will be in the mood for a DD tomorrow. I don't
really think the 100 calories I have already had today will make any difference in todays
UD calorie count!
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Okay,
I went to the grocery store and I did not buy one single thing that would be hard for me to use good judgment on. That is a huge NSV by its self.

S: 1 Nutrigrain Waffle and SF Strawberry Jam. 80

L: Frozen Meal 320

D: cubed and browned steak bites
baked potato w/ .5 TBSP Butter
Corn (excited as I haven't allowed corn in YEARS)
horseradish mix w/ sourcream for the steak bites. I have a food scale ordered so counting the above is not so easy for me till the scale arrives but will guess at about 1000 cals?

S: Greek Yogurt w/ SF Strawberry Jam 110
Patkid--whoop whoop on buying good stuff. I myself have not quite settled down yet into the relative freedom of up days.

I weigh everything I possibly can, even things that I could measure by measuring cup. It keeps me from heaping things.
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Hi, Emma!!
I had horses when I was young. Loving, happy memories.

Actually my scale arrived this afternoon.
I will be weighing the meat and the potato.
I think the weighing will help me learn about what foods truly 'cost' in terms of calories.
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When i started measuring again, i started losing again.

I learned that i budget for say 12 oz of meat, but I'm ok with 10 in the end. Its really revelatory. Especially in cereal. I regularly eat 3x the "serving" so i budget the calories for that.

Enjoy the scale!
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