Well, its Sunday. That means I am heading off to the grocery store for supplies to make most of my meals for the week. Here's what I have going on for week 3 of Phase 1.25 (I add super slowly, so I don't call it phase 2)
Veggie quiche cups to go must be made for the week. I make them with half of the FF cheese so I can add some LF ham. I also halve the spinach (5 ounces as opposed to 10) and replace that half with chopped broccoli. I add a lot of tiny chopped mushrooms, too. I LOVE my quiche cups!
I am making a big pot of Southwestern White Chicken Chili for lunches.
I am grilling chicken to keep on hand for dinners.
I am making a huge salad to keep on hand.
I am making a low fat tuna salad to keep on hand for dinners, snacks, and lunches.
I am buying a bag of small apples for my 1 apple dessert every night with natural PB.
I am buying the Healthy Multi Grain Flat Outs to add 3 or 4 times this week. I have not yet added grains (I know, I know-but I wanted to add slow!), and the only "grains" I have had in over 4 weeks has been 1 slice of WW toast a week ago when I went out for breakfast, and last night my salad had croûtons on it (pumpernickel) and I probably ate 4 or 5. Tonight I will make a homemade pizza with the Flat Out bread, totally SB friendly, to eat during the Oscars while my boyfriend eats a REAL pizza. Note: this will be the first time pizza will be in the apartment since I started SB over 4 weeks ago. True test!
I already have my homemade hummus in the fridge and I have veggies to go with it (peppers and celery).
I drank wine yesterday (too much, but again; red wine, preferably very dry Chianti, is my only downfall) and I will drink it tonight with the Oscars, so my goal is to refrain from any more wine this week (my weeks are Saturday-Friday; I never drink Friday night bc it is the day before weigh-in
) and to make sure I eat my apple every night and get a grain in at least 3 times so I am moving along towards a full Phase 2 and doing SB properly.
My mini goal is to break the 140s. I am down 10 pounds since starting SB on 1/27/07, and I feel great. Breaking the 140s will allow me to get into some really cute pants in my closet that have been lonely for a while.
What's on your plate, ladies?