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3/31/11 3:16 A

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cool

i started this at 248.8 pounds and am hoping i can lose at least 50 in one year.


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3/31/11 2:14 A

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I picked up cooking in a cup for my kiddo and end up using the recipes for both of us. It helps with portions! LOL...

Desert for breakfast! Crisp and cobbler, as long as it has fruit and grain...baby girl can't have wheat so we set aside cobbler filling and eat it with home made instant oatmeal

1/4 c oats
2 tbs powdered oats (blender, coffe grinder)
3/4 c water



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3/30/11 10:07 P

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I tried a new recipe for Tortellini Vege Soup this week that was really good and only 150 calories a cup. My daughter (6 yrs old) helped me cut up the zucchini and tear up the fresh spinach for the soup. My son who is older loved it and ate 2 bowls. I found the recipe in the new issue of Healthy Cooking magazine by Taste of Home.


Never discourage anyone...who continually makes progress, no matter how slow.
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3/30/11 1:44 A

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I try to use last night's dinner leftovers - like the fish from Friday: heat it up, add a bit of non-fat mayo, load it into a tortilla with salsa & lettuce for a yummy fish taco!

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3/29/11 11:50 P

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wow that sounds great. i like banana smoothie. 1 banana 5 frozen strawberries 1 cup apple juice yum.

i started this at 248.8 pounds and am hoping i can lose at least 50 in one year.


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FANGFACEKITTY's Photo FANGFACEKITTY SparkPoints: (71,490)
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3/29/11 9:37 P

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I've been making mini "pizzas" for lunch, using portabello mushrooms as the base instead of pizza dough. Yummy!

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3/29/11 5:56 P

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Ooh! Delicious! Thank you SO much!

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3/29/11 4:29 P

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Hello,

It must be spring: I am feeling restless. I need to shake up my meals and stay motivated with something more fun instead of "the usual". To start it off, here are a couple of recipes from SP but you can make suggestions from anywhere. Simple combinations of fun foods are great or tips too.

TIP: often appetizers/dips can make an interesting lunch . If you double or triple the serving size, it makes a reasonable number of calories for a lunch serving. Add a nice green salad and some good bread or crackers and you are good to go.

RECIPES:

Artichoke dip:
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detai
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asp?recipe=504688


(Oven) Fried cheese sticks: recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detai
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asp?recipe=756709


So what are you all cooking/eating that is fun?

Cheers,
Catherine



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