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Old 01-04-2013, 12:05 AM
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Breakfast:



Two spinach and bacon egg muffins. 135 calories each.

Lunch:
http://www.kissmywhisk.com/home/2012...-sandwich.html

A slightly lighter version of this avocado chicken salad over lettuce instead of on bread. 380 calories.

Dinner:



Spinach and tomato mini pizza with part skim mozzarella cheese and a yummy sauce made from just tomato paste and some herbs and spices on a cauliflower crust. 310 calories.
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Old 01-04-2013, 12:14 AM
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Those muffins and that pizza looks so good...
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Old 01-04-2013, 01:07 AM
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Breakfast:


Two spinach and bacon egg muffins. 135 calories each.

Lunch:
http://www.kissmywhisk.com/home/2012...-sandwich.html

A slightly lighter version of this avocado chicken salad over lettuce instead of on bread. 380 calories.

Dinner:

Spinach and tomato mini pizza with part skim mozzarella cheese and a yummy sauce made from just tomato paste and some herbs and spices on a cauliflower crust. 310 calories.
I'm going to start coming to your house for food.
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Old 01-04-2013, 02:02 AM
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Haha, thanks guys. I just started cooking like this on a regular basis! We'll see how long it lasts! Lol.
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:48 AM
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I love egg muffins! I make them too! I do mine with sausage in the bottom of the tin, bacon, shred a block of cheddar cheese, then one egg. Yum yum, they freeze and reheat so well too!
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Breakfast:



Two spinach and bacon egg muffins. 135 calories each.

Lunch:
http://www.kissmywhisk.com/home/2012...-sandwich.html

A slightly lighter version of this avocado chicken salad over lettuce instead of on bread. 380 calories.

Dinner:



Spinach and tomato mini pizza with part skim mozzarella cheese and a yummy sauce made from just tomato paste and some herbs and spices on a cauliflower crust. 310 calories.
Awesome. Those breakfast "muffins" are a great idea. I'm totally going to make some of those for quick on the go morning breakfasts for both Brian and I. How long and what temp did you bake them?

Also tha cauliflower crust is genius. How did you make it?

yesterday I wasn't very good as far as quality goes per say lol. I had a very small baked potato for lunch. I didn't have time to eat in the morning before school (this is where those egg things will come in handy) so by 2 pm I was starving but all I had was a baked potato and it was very small.

Dinner I made homemade turkey and rice soup. the broth was probably quite fatty since I used the bones to make the broth and then through in all the juice that we saved when we roasted the turkey in th first place. in it I put brown rice, turkey, green beans, carrots, celery, peas, corn and then I had a small bowl of that with a few crackers. We had a little snack of popcorn later on. I love popcorn... low in calories (unless you get the super buttered stuff lol) and it gives you the crunchy satisfaction of snacking lol.
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:26 AM
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Mine go in the oven at 350 for about 25 minutes. I also don't use cupcake wrappers or anything, I just grease up the pan lightly with butter and they slide right out!
I pop a handful in the fridge and then wrap the rest in plastic wrap in pairs and freeze them. To reheat the fridge ones is pretty simple, about 20 seconds then flip them over and 20 seconds on the other side. Reheating the frozen ones, I do about 25 seconds on one side, flip, 25 seconds, flip again, and then 30-35 seconds depending on how hot it was when I last flipped.
It is definitely my go-to breakfast! I have sausage in the fridge and a dozen eggs and have been intending to make some for a week and a half, but my nights have been pretty busy so haven't had the chance. (The pound of sausage has to be lightly browned first.)
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So far today I've just had a banana.
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Here is a link to pizza crust recipe(and one of my FAVORITE sites!)
http://detoxinista.com/2012/01/the-s...r-pizza-crust/

Also, Cauliflower is an AMAZING asset to your pantry. It is SO versatile. You can even turn it into delicious "mashed potatoes." LOL.
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:47 AM
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Here is a link to pizza crust recipe(and one of my FAVORITE sites!)
http://detoxinista.com/2012/01/the-s...r-pizza-crust/

Also, Cauliflower is an AMAZING asset to your pantry. It is SO versatile. You can even turn it into delicious "mashed potatoes." LOL.
I've actually never had cauliflower. Does it have a taste to it?
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