Trader Joe’s 8 chopped veggie mix (0), 1.5 ounce deli ham (1) and 1/2 ounce of Cabot cheese chipotle cheese (2). On the side is a light Thomas English muffin (3) and a cup of grapes (0) for a filling 8 point breakfast.
a cup. Really?! That’s hardly anything. So I just scanned the first five bags of granola and they ranged in points from 4 up to 12 points! I found this Kashi cranberry spelt and flax granola which had a serving size of a more reasonable 1/3 cup (4). So my whole parfait ended up being only 6 smart points, so I also stopped by Hannah’s work and got an almond milk latte for another 2 SP.
of cooked spaghetti squash on the side. I find that if I bake the spaghetti squash and let it cool in the microwave overnight (I nuke a medium size one for 7 minutes) that I get the “spaghetti” strands that I want and it’s not mushy. Then right before I reheat it, I put the squash in a paper towel and squeeze as much water out as I can. I only heat it up for 30 seconds at work, because I know the hot chili will heat it all the way through and it isn’t mushy at all. Chili (5), spaghetti squash (0) 1/2 ounce chipotle Cabot cheese (2) and a tablespoon of sour cream (1). 8 Smart Points.
of the pork
of brown rice
of Tastefully Simple ginger sriracha stirfry sauce
peeled, deveined shrimp (I used 41-50 count per pound)
I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter Light, divided
creole seasoning (spicy – so start with 1!)
I wanted to bake a decent homemade roll that will hold up to the juices from my French Dip Sammies that I am making for the Superbowl today (and by the way , great for making Po' Boys too) I found this easy recipe from King Arthur Flour and decided to give it a try
My friend and I had had an early flight to NewOrleans and so after checking into our room at Le Richelieu (a hotel I would highly recommend as it is still in the French Quarter but not right on top of some of its less desirable qualities-i
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a 6-cup (9 1/4 by 5 1/4 by 2 3/4-inch) loaf pan with butter. Whisk the eggs, sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla and bourbon together in a large mixing bowl until very smooth