I haven't gotten brave enough to weigh myself yet, but will probably do that tomorrow morning. I've tried to figure out when my weak times are, and am doing my best to change them. I love to have something sweet with my coffee after dinner, so Hubby bought me some Weight Watchers snack cakes. They aren't much more than a bite, but do seem to satisfy my craving for that time of day.
I'm a person who likes to grab whatever is on hand. This morning, with Hubby's help, we cooked for two hours and have some great things stashed in the refrigerator for this coming week. The first thing we made were Toast and Egg Muffin Cups. I have done these in the past, and loved them. They remind me of one of my favorite childhood breakfasts - poached eggs on toast. My mom had a five cup egg poacher for on the stove, and would make them on Sunday mornings. To keep the tops of my egg cups from getting hard, I add 1/4 of a slice of fat-free American cheese to the top before I put them in the frig. To reheat them, I just pop them into the microwave for 30 seconds or so and they are good to go. We made a dozen because I have a feeling that little Jake will help me eat them. I used 35 calorie bread and so two of these are very WW friendly.
Lunch is another hard time for me. I have been pinning some lunch recipes on my board, and decided to try the ham and pasta salad for this week. We made the salad pretty much by the recipe and used whole wheat pasta. We did, however, reduce the ingredients to make two servings. I love the mini sweet peppers, and one of the orange ones was enough for my taste and looked so pretty with the ham and green peas. Of course, I had to test it. It was very much to my liking, and will be a great lunch. But I wanted to make something else for two lunches and I decided to try Hungry Girl's Scoopable Chinese Chicken Salad. It's another recipe that I had pinned. The only thing I changed was the scallions. I had used scallions in an Asian salad once before, and they flavor was very overpowering. Instead I substituted a couple of sprinkles of Tastefully Simple's Onion Onion seasoning. I didn't think I would like the dressing, but it's pretty good.
So in just two hours, we cooked 5 breakfasts and 4 lunches. Will let you know how it works.