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12/29/09 9:49 P

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Jan, I just put some small turkey meat balls in the crock pot that were from a store frozen package. Just enough for the two of us. Added a can of HR Cream of Mushroom soup. Sprinkled a little dried minced onion, dried parsley and paprika. It was easy and very good.

I did this in my 2 quart crock pot.

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12/29/09 5:18 P

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Ann, I love those Harry & David soup mixes. The ones I've had were pretty point friendly and filling. I am too challenged with the Moose Munch - it's a trigger for me.
I like your idea about crockpotting the meatballs and how you did the soup. Reminds me I need to stock up on the Campbells Healthy Requests soups.

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12/29/09 5:09 P

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I'm also starting slowly and mainly trying to cut out the sweets. So what comes in the mail today but a package from Harry and David from GD. There were two packages of dried soup mix and a box of goodies. DH can have the truffles and cookies but I might like to snitch some of the moose munch. I weighed myself today for the first time in a while and it wasn't pretty.

Breakfast and lunch are the same every day but for supper tonight I have some small turkey meat balls in the little crock pot with some Cr. of Mushroom soup on them. I will add a little f/f sour cream when it is time to eat and serve this over some noodles.

Veg. will be Frozen Peas and Carrots and a cabbage slaw with Clementines.

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12/29/09 2:02 P

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I'm glad you got us started Jan!

Breakfast: egg, 100% whole wheat toast, sliced tomatoes, fat free milk

Lunch: lettuce, tomatoes, radishes, cucumber, onion, cranberries, tuna (plain, no mayo), dressing of balsamic vinegar and extra virgin olive oil mixed with mashed garlic and black pepper

Dinner: turkey, mashed sweet potato (mashed with orange juice) jello cranberry salad, broccoli

Snacks: tangerines, apple, V8 juice

Water: trying for 8-8 ounce glasses

Vitamin

Whew looks like lots of food! emoticon

Edited by: SARAHINFL at: 12/29/2009 (14:03)
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12/29/09 12:22 P

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Sarah, I hope you don't mind that I am starting this. It helped so much yesterday.

Breakfast: Kashi Honey Sunshine & 2% milk

Lunch: Big salad of spinach, carrot, olive oil & lemon; beanburger on Oroweat Thin

Dinner: Tilapia, rice, broccoli, orange

Snack: apple, Homemade Fruitcake

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