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October 3, 2012 5:12 PM
im looking for some good breakfast lunch and dinner ideas that aren't to complicated
Edited by gummybear44 On October 3, 2012 5:30 PM
October 3, 2012 6:21 PM
For breakfast I either have a piece of toast with 2 tablespoons of peanut butter and a banana, or I scramble two eggs mixed with 2% cottage cheese and Mrs. Dash Chipotle seasoning and eat that on a piece of toast with a Laughing Cow queso fresco wedge smeared on it w/ salsa.

For lunch I sometimes have 2% cottage cheese mixed with pesto on rice cakes with tomato and artichokes on top. Or I'll chop up Turkey tenderloins and season them, cook them on the stove and mix into a salad w/ tons of veggies with Bolthouse yogurt ranch.

For dinner my favorite easy meal is to mix greek yogurt with dijon mustard, capers, garlic, and Lawrys seasoning salt (mix it to your taste, I put more yogurt than dijon) put this mix over chicken breasts till they're completely covered (drown them in the stuff!) and pop in the oven at 400 degrees for 45 minutes. SOOOO GOOD! Saute some asparagus w/ garlic and lemon and you've got a delicious dinner!

October 4, 2012 3:38 PM
i really like making omelets for the morning but i don't really know where to stop with ingredients if u have any ideas please feel free!!!:)
October 4, 2012 3:43 PM

im looking for some good breakfast lunch and dinner ideas that aren't to complicated

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October 4, 2012 3:46 PM
I made these coconut shrimp tonight, they were pretty easy. I wouldn't say quick, but it wasn't a long process. I had 21/25 sized white shrimp, p&d. I was able to have 6 (4oz) for only 244 calories. First, whip an egg white with a touch of sugar and form soft peaks, like when your making meringue. Then get 2 small bowls and put about 1-2 tbsp cornstarch in one, and 1-2 tbsp dried coconut flakes in the other. Take the shrimp dip into cornstarch, then meringue, then into the coconut flakes. Lightly grease a glass dish and lay the shrimp in the dish. I had something roasting in the oven at 420F. I put the shrimp in for 8mins then flipped them and put back in for about 5 mins. Keep an eye on them, once they are firm to touch.

These shrimp were so delicious, I didn't even use a dip for them. I had them with a spinach salad topped with roasted beet and fennel with a white balsamic and olive oil dressing. It was only 400 something calories for the whole meal.

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