Food for the day:
B: Bacon & Cheddar Wrap (on low carb tortilla)
L: Tuna w/mayo & mustard on Joseph's Lavash
S: Choc. PB Cups (I mentioned these yesterday - OMG YUM! - recipe/link to follow)
D: Chicken w/Broccoli & Cauliflower topped w/Sour Cream, Cheddar & Bacon Bits
S: Cheated at Taco Bell - half a bean burrito and half a chicken soft taco
Didn't plan the cheat at all - we were driving home and dinner had been light and like 5 hours ago, and my stomach got the best of me. Sadly, it was terrible - hence the "half" listed in the foods above. Hopefully, I won't pay for it too much on the ol' scale.
I did get in some exercise today, so I'm 2 for 2 days in a row doing that. Every little bit helps, right?
Looking over these daily meals is a big help. I can tell I'm still not getting in enough fruits and veggies. I will make that my goal for tomorrow!
Oh and before I forget… the original recipe for the choc PB cups… is here at The Sunny Patch. You can checkout how I made them below.
This recipe has just been dubbed (by me) as DESSERT OF THE MONTH Month month!!!
Wow, did ya hear that echo? It must be good. Seriously though, you won't believe how tasty it is! And best of all, sugar free! My kids immediately started calling them the "frozen little Reeses' Cups". Ohhhh so good. This is something I'm gonna be making for a very long time.
|Sugar Free Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups|
Ingredients I used:
For the chocolate (I used the Trim Healthy Mama Skinny Chocolate recipe): 1/2 cup coconut oil, 3 tsp stevia blend, and 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa. Mix well and pour into a mini-muffin pan. Freeze for approximately 10 minutes.
Peanut Butter - 1/2 cup natural peanut butter, 1/4 cup coconut oil and a healthy squirt of Skinny Girl Stevia Extract - mix well. Pour over top of the frozen chocolate and freeze again - another 10 minutes and these babies are all yours. My batch made about 20 of these delicious little treats.
Now, if you're thinking that these ingredients are too weird and that you'll never find them, well, you'd probably be mistaken. All these ingredients are available at Walmart. I listed a link with the stevia blend because that's where I buy it, but the Truvia (stevia and erythritol) blend is the same stuff. And I just picked up a new brand I found (also at Walmart) called Pyure - also a stevia and erythritol blend, also organic and certified non-GMO, AND it's less expensive than both. Anyway, my point is that you could eat this tonight if you so desired…
And finally, I'll sign off with the easiest movie quote ever - I thought of this especially for all you folks up north…
"Do you wanna build a snowman?"