Hi Sharon, how are you? Are you all ready for Thanksgiving? Big plans? My family and I are going to a friends' house. We've been going there for the past five years and it's tons of fun... and tons of food. Yum and yikes! I always try to be reasonable with food/portions regardless of the occasion so I am preparing to succeed on Thanksgiving day.
Hello, Thanks for responding to my blog post. I have Chalene Johnson's CarSmart series, and in one of those she wrote that a lot of people who kept off weight did it because they ate the same thing everyday. So I followed that advice. I baked some eggs in a muffin tin, and had a baked egg with 2 slices of bacon and 1 english muffin for breakfast, 1 serving of campbell's soup for lunch, peanut butter with 1/2 serving of pretzels for snack, and then for dinner I ate whatever I was fixing for my family. I kept an eye on my carbs. I love coca-cola, so I made sure that if I wanted to have 4 oz of it, that I would cut back on the carb for whatever meal I was eating it with. I just REALLY watched my carbs. I'm not perfect and this was just the start, but I was so surprised at how easy the weight was coming off. I'm hoping that once my mouth heals, I won't go crazy and overboard....it's all in the mind! Sarah Hallberg is also a good one to watch about low carbs. She gave a TedX presentation that is very good to watch. :) Rhonda 428 days ago
1 egg beaten with 1 tbs cream
2 tbs melted butter
Add egg to dry ingredients then mix in butter. Zap 90 sec. I top it with strawberries and sugar free whipped cream. I use it when I really need that sweet tooth need met. 440 days ago
I wanted to give you the microwave cake recipe if you wanted it. You need one of those containers for cooking eggs in the microwave.
1 tbs coconut powder
1 tbs cocoa powder
1 tbs protein powder (any flavor )
1/2 tsp baking powder 440 days ago