Build a Breakfast Sandwich!

January 19, 2014

One of my most satisfying meal’s, is breakfast. (You know this is the most important meal of the day, right?) I love a breakfast sandwich. I think they taste great, I can include a nice variety of ingredients, and a breakfast sandwich can keep me full all morning.

I’ve bought Light English Muffins (3 PPV) forever, and I really like them, but while trying this whole Gluten Free thingymabob, I bought these!

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These are 3 PPV per serving as well, and while it took me a while to get used to the different texture that they offer, they are beginning to grow on me!

I did sneak in a piece of cheese on my breakfast sandwich, and I said I wouldn’t do that until after my 21 days of No Gluten, No Dairy! I was honestly so excited to allow myself skim milk back in my coffee (early), I kind of forgot what my plan was as far as dairy was concerned! Forgive me, but what’s a breakfast sandwich without cheese????

 

I started with my new Gluten Free English Muffin, toasted.

3 PPV

Then I divided One slice of Kraft 2% Sharp Cheddar between the muffin halves.

1 PPV

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I topped that with 4 cooked Egg Whites. This is 16 grams of Protein and only…..

1 PPV!

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Then I smashed 1/4 of an Avocado, added a little Sea Salt and divided that between the two.

2 PPV

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Then I finished it all off with a little Salsa.

0 PPV

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On the side?? I love these Grapes!

I have only seen them at HyVee and the new Sprouts store!

They are so sweet and juicy!!

And HUGE!

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Breakfast

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Lunch

Leftover Beef and Brussels Skillet Dish

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Dinner

Lobster Fried Rice and Wine

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We went to dinner with a few friends at the Thai Place in Westport, which I had never been to before, nor had I been to any Thai Restaurant before, (I don’t know why……) so my expectations were meat, rice noodles and a spicy sauce. When we got there, the menu was a bit overwhelming and I had not a clue what to order. So, while I’m certain I didn’t order the healthiest thing on the menu, the lobster tasted great! I picked through my dish a bit and made sure I got every single bit of lobster in my mouth!! I came home with a lot of the fried rice, so at the end of the day, I think I was over just a bit on points for the day, but not terribly so.

 

Treadmill?

I would soooo much rather be walking outside and soaking up that fresh air, but if it’s below 50, I’m likely on the treadmill.

I’ve done a really good job of making sure I get in some sort of a workout. I have been playing with the incline on the treadmill and doing intervals,  so I feel like I am getting in a good workout. One day this past week, I just really wasn’t feeling it, but I forced myself to get on anyhow. I never did go over 3.0 mph, but I did put the incline at 3.0 and watched two full episodes of Breaking Bad, so after an hour and half, I figured I’d done my body a huge favor by not sitting on the couch while I watched my new addiction!!

I hope you’re all having a wonderful weekend!

Weight Watcher’s Points Plus

I can eat 26 PPV a day.

I can earn Activity Points by doing exercise, and eat them if I choose.

I have an allowance of 49 extra points that I can dip into throughout the week if I choose.

I should drink a minimum of 6 (8 oz) glasses of water each day.

 

Breakfast = Breakfast Sandwich (7), Grapes (0), Coffee with skim milk (1)

Lunch = Leftover Skillet Dish (5)

Dinner = Lobster Fried Rice, Wine (17)

Total for the Day = 30

Exercise = Walked 4 Miles

How many glasses of water I drank = 12

Activity Points Earned for the Day = 4

Activity Points Earned This Week = 4

Remaining points from my 49 Points Allowance = 0

 

What are YOU eating for breakfast?

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2 responses to Build a Breakfast Sandwich!

  1. julesfarm@yahoo.com January 24, 2014 at 11:48 am

    Thanks, Miranda! I’m glad you love the blog. I love comments like yours! If I was told I could only live on two foods for the rest of my life, it would be Holiday Grapes and Bananas!! I have put grapes in the freezer before, but not those. I’m on it!

    Have a great day at work! 🙂

    Julie

  2. Miranda Browning January 24, 2014 at 4:42 am

    I love your blog. I love your ideas and thoughts. Holiday Grapes are from my part of CA. In fact most fruits and veggies come from my neck of the woods. As a little treat try freezing the grapes and enjoy them in front of the t.v.
    Keep up with the awesome blog! I read it while blow drying my hair before work!
    Miranda 🙂