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annielostit Wed 05-Nov-14 17:34:15

How's your day been and if you can share, what did you eat today? Tia!
I had a green day with
2 hovis toast (1b) egg & beans,
Pasta & tomato with 30g cheese (1a)
Mixed veg & hm cottage pie 80g minced beef(2b)
A Muller light with chopped pear & blueberries.
And some cups of coffee.(2a milk)
Sounds loads when you write it down.
No syns though.☺

IShallCallYouSquishy Wed 05-Nov-14 17:39:13

Evening. I'm doing it at home on my own with old books. I'm following EE. Today has bed a busy day out with the kids so not what is normally eat...

B: Banana
L: 2x toast from 400g loaf (B) with spread (2syns) and an apple
D:Chicken in an onion, tomato and spinach sauce with cumin and coriander, pasta, broccoli, cauliflower and carrots.
Snacks: Cookie (at a friends - 6syns) and tea with skimmed milk (A)

Will have some fruit and FF natural yogurt later.

I'm BFing so can have an extra A but don't always use it.

PhoebeMcPeePee Sun 09-Nov-14 22:29:17

I'm doing EE & today I had:

Banana before run
Brunch: grilled mushrooms & tomatoes, fried egg, bacon medallions & baked beans (this is my usual breakfast)
Late lunch: super speed soup
Dinner: roast chicken, free roast potatoes, carrots & peas + gravy
Snacks: Apple, alpen light bar & crab sticks, coffee with skimmed milk & a diet coke

annielostit Mon 10-Nov-14 07:02:31

Its nice to know what others eat, people tend not to say in a meeting in the fear that it's wrong. My weekend was totally wrong. Plenty of beer and bad food.��enjoyed my day though.

PhoebeMcPeePee Mon 10-Nov-14 10:55:57

Ah now the day before yesterday was a disaster - think cheese burgers (x2blush) & beer at fireworks followed by wine & cheese on toast plus chocolate later that evening.

It's only 1 day though & I went for a run Sunday morning as I felt so full so I'm not too bothered.

Fizzyfuzzy123 Tue 11-Nov-14 07:27:10

Back on plan today

Magic porridge made with cherry yogurt and blueberries for breakfast

Sw quiche with salad
Fruitopolis 0.5 syn
Fruit for lunch

Slow cooked pork and potatoes and kale for tea

Prob have a hot choc somewhere and make a Sw blancmange

annielostit Tue 11-Nov-14 11:12:25

Morning all, hoping for a good day too,
B- 1 toast egg & beans
L- pasta & tomato sauce
D- fish actifry chips mushy peas

Had a Muller & fruit salad for snack.

PhoebeMcPeePee Tue 11-Nov-14 11:27:41

Today I'm having:

B: egg, beans & mushrooms plus banana
l: super speed soup
D: 1/2 pizza & salad plus activia 0% yogurt

Snacks: Apple, satsuma & probably a hifi bar tonight plus milk from HEA

OkyDoke Tue 11-Nov-14 11:36:23

So far:
B: Apples and grapes
L: Leek and potato soup, a banana and a yoghurt.
D: God knows, working til nine. Maybe porridge.

All washed down with a lot of coffee. Also had a little lolly smile

kazzerb50 Tue 11-Nov-14 20:28:40

I always had Granola for breakfast before SW as it kept me full and stopped me from snacking mid morning. Any ideas what is the best cereal to replace it with now I am trying SW please ??

dexter73 Tue 11-Nov-14 21:03:01

B: wholemeal roll and 2 Linda Mcartney Red onion + rosemary sausages
L: salmon, fried rice and salad,pear
D: beef in black bean sauce with noodles, muller light, glass of red wine

PhoebeMcPeePee Tue 11-Nov-14 21:34:15

I find the cereal portions (as a HEB) very small but weetabix or porridge bulked with berries & a banana keep me going when I haven't got time for a cooked breakfast

annielostit Wed 12-Nov-14 07:50:43

Im feel the same about the cereal, if I want some I have 1 weetabix then have a hovis toast with something free on to make breakfast seem big. The topping this week is chopped egg a little Mayo 1 syn & spaghetti hoops.

kazzerb50 Wed 12-Nov-14 19:11:43

annielostit that is a brill idea. I can have cereal at home and take egg & toast to work ! Never crossed my mind !!

CoconutAmericano Thu 13-Nov-14 11:31:38

B today was a home made smoothie followed by two eggs and some smoked salmon (leisurely breakfast!)
L will be home made tomato soup
D will be mushy pea curry with prawns and rice.

I am back on track today after a bad few weeks. I am doing this at home rather than a class. Can i just ask, would my smoothie be considered syn free on EE? It was an aldi fat free yogurt whizzed up with a banana, some frozen mixed berries and a kiwi. Not sure if i have to syn liquidised fruit..

annielostit Thu 13-Nov-14 12:02:36

Technically you should count fruit that's pureed, you could drink 4 smoothies but wouldn't eat 8 ptns of fruit and 4 yogurts. That's the theory anyway. The body would consider it fluid not food and you'd be hungry sooner than if you ate whole fruit.(that make sense?)
I'm trying self class now , can't be doing happy clappy at the minute.
My day today is-
1 bread hexb, beans & egg.
Fish & sw chips for tea.
Not though of lunch yet.

PhoebeMcPeePee Thu 13-Nov-14 12:05:13

Smoothies aren't syn free I afraid hmm
Today I'm having:

B: 1 weetabix with banana & berries (frozen ones - just takeout what you need the night before )
L: mugshot before children's party in an attempt to keep me off the party food!
D: SW lasagne & salad
Snacks: hifi bar, apple, glass of wine with friends tonight & hopefully nothing else too naughtysmile

CoconutAmericano Thu 13-Nov-14 15:53:33

That's a shame about the smoothie but i refuse to syn fruit so feck it wink
I only have three a week. i'll see if that slows down my weight loss and maybe look at reducing to two a week if need be.
The other thing i just can't live without is my one aldi moser roth 85% chocolate bar a day with my coffee. It's 7 syns i think but i need this bit of sugar a day or i will reach for more crappy sugary chocolate ( husband's stash ). I think if i limit myself to that one bar plus the occasional home made smoothie i should still lose.

My tomato soup was delish by the way! Will make that again. Love when a new meal makes it into my permanent collection grin

CoconutAmericano Thu 13-Nov-14 15:54:39

Lol at "happy clappy" classes btw! I am not in a happy clappy place either!

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