Here’s what I’ve been eating the past few weeks if you need some new ideas!
- 1/4 c 1% cottage cheese
- 4 eggwhites
- 1/2 small banana
- 1/2 c oats
- Cinnamon & stevia to taste
- Optional: a few chopped walnuts
Blend together all ingredients (other than the nuts, stir those in after). I use a Magic Bullet. Cook in a skillet on medium and flip over when you see little bubbles on one side. Makes 2 or 3 pancakes.
Top with 1 T all natural almond or peanut butter.
Tip: Make a big batch of these in the beginning of the week. These freeze great and you can even eat them cold.
- 3/4 c PLAIN, fat-free Greek yogurt – FOR THE LOVE OF PETE, wean yourself off the flavored ones!
- Mix in 1/2 T Sugar-free, fat-free Jello mix into the yogurt. I’ve been using cheesecake flavor, but I’m sure some of the others would be delicious!
- Top with 1/4 c strawberries or blueberries.
If you wanna get crazy, you could even put some homemade (not.store.bought) granola on this bad boy… or slivered almonds! Mmmmm.
In one Tupperware, I have ground turkey breast, brown rice* and black beans measured out that I made earlier in the week. If I have any peppers or onions that I pre-made, I’ll put those in here too. Usually I have 3-4 oz turkey and 1/4 cup total of beans and rice. *you could also use quinoa here!*
In another container, I make a big salad! I use any or all of the following: Romaine lettuce, salsa, lots of cilantro, avocado, a scoop of plain Greek yogurt (for pretend sour cream), a sprinkle of cheese and a lime wedge.
I heat up the first container and then toss the contents onto the salad. I use the salsa as my dressing. Done and done.
Isagenix supplements are a huge time-saver for me each week and they replace 1-2 meals for me per day (I eat 5-6x). I LOVE these organic products. Basically, Isagenix is my Valentine. You can’t buy Isagenix in stores though, (WAH), so if you want some, email me at aStoryofCorrie (at) gmail.com.
Thanks, everyone. Now I’m hungry.
What are you eating for lunch lately?