I've got one of those too. Here's some things I've made that he really liked, that still fit into my plan too. The site (skinnytaste) two of these come from has a TON of great ideas. I will say, I do tend to reserve more calories for dinner, since that's when we eat together and I want to make sure what I'm making will satisfy him. We also eat late because I don't get home til 7 and don't really get started with cooking until at least 730 or 8. www.kalynskitchen.com/2005/04/chicken-stuf
My BF said this is the best thing I've ever made for him. Instead of using the almond meal on the outside, I just coated w/ egg and then rolled in seasoned bread crumbs. Also, to lighten it up, you can cut a chicken breast in half, length wise, so it's a thinner piece of chicken. But, I made with the full chicken breast and it was something like 480 calories. With a half piece it was around 300 calories. www.skinnytaste.com/2012/07/bacon-topped-p
I just made this as one big loaf on a cookie sheet, as I didn't have the little mini loaf pan. www.skinnytaste.com/2012/01/skinny-salisbu
I make this with the garlic mashed potatoes from the same site www.celebrations.com/content/skinny-chicke
I don't have the calorie count on this but it shouldn't be too bad. www.thecomfortofcooking.com/2011/01/roast-
I did these w/ pork chops instead of a roast, and 1 6oz chop w/ the glaze/bacon topping was 458 calories. traceysculinaryadventures.blogspot.com/201
/a> I used more chicken than the recipe called for, about 14.5oz. The calories for 1 roll, which is very filling, was 468.
Edited by: YOJULEZ at: 11/8/2012 (14:32)