As soon as I walked into my office yesterday, someone had brought in two dozen of these:
Does everyone know what these are? They are heaven on a plate – it was paczki day yesterday! This one happened to be filled with boston cream – I brought this one home for Tony and Hannah to share. It wasn’t until someone linked in to my last year post – I forgot I had made baked paczki’s! I am going to have to try those again!
I stuck with my breakfast I brought – eggs in a bread bowl – which I’ve made before, but recently saw on Cathy’s site – and when whole wheat rolls were on the $1 rack, I knew I’d have it for breakfast. Once I scooped out most of the inside bread, my roll ended up being 3 ounces, with 1/2 cup scrambled egg whites with spinach and a tablespoon of bacon bits, topped with 2% pepper jack cheese. I cheated and cooked my eggs separately, then just stuffed and broiled it in my office toaster oven. YUM!
With another grapefruit sent by my MIL.
I am trying to use up stuff we have in the house before going grocery shopping again, so I remembered I had a spaghetti squash to cook up – and decided to make another version of my spaghetti squash spinach lasagna.
I only cooked three lasagna noodles for the layers – first sauce, then spaghetti squash, then spinach, ricotta cheese, and repeat – ending with the last layer of noodles.
Finish with 1.5 ounces of mozzarella cheese on the top – then bake for 30 minutes at 350.
This makes 4 servings – each serving is only 263 calories! 😀
My friend and I actually walked outside yesterday for 45 minutes – it got pretty windy at one point, but the fresh air was wonderful! About two hours after lunch though, I was STARVING! Like I hadn’t eaten anything! So I went to my cubpoard in the kitchen at work and came back with this:
An hour later I was STILL hungry!
I just entered my calories in this morning from yesterday – no wonder I was hungry!! Before dinner I’d only had about 750 calories!!
I decided to make chicken wings because we had them in the freezer – on the side I made a cauliflower au gratin, pretty much the only way I’ll eat cauliflower – I’ve tried to make the “mashed” cauliflower, but that tasted like ass – when your mind thinks mashed potatoes, it just isn’t going to taste good!
I used a recipe in this month’s Rachael Ray’s magazine: