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What I Eat at Restaurants


17th August 2011

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Savory Post-Workout Scramble

2 eggs (70 cals, 5g fat, 6g protein each)

1 tbs skim milk (5 cals)

diced veggies that you want (ex. corn, bellpepper, carrots, onions, etc).

1 slice Kraft Fat Free Singles (25 cals, 0g fat, 4g protein)

salt and pepper to taste

Whisk together eggs, skim milk, salt, and pepper.  pour into a pan and add veggies (i used just what was lying around the house- onions, carrots, and bellpeppers).  cook with spatula, just like scrambled eggs, until about 95% done, then add cheese. **can also top with cheese later if preferred.  enjoy!

Serving: 1  Calories: 170  Fat: 10g  Protein: 16g

**Substitute eggs for 1/2 cup Egg Beaters and get:

Servings: 1  Calories: 90  Fat: 0g  Protein: 16g

I ate mine with a slice of whole grain bread for my carbs too:)

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10th August 2011

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Extremely Cheesy, Extremely Filling, Low-Cal Pizza Bites!!!

So, I didn’t exactly come up with this recipe on my own, but its too good not to share.
1 zucchini (30 cals, 0g fat, 0g protein)
2 tbs (Ragu) pizza sauce (15 cals, .5g fat, .5g protein)
1/4 cup fat free mozzarella cheese (45 cals, 0g fat, 9g protein)

 Cut zucchini into thick slices.  Spray a baking sheet, and lay zucchini slices down.  Top with sauce and cheese, as you would a pizza.  Broil on high for 2 minutes.

Servings: 1  Calories: 90  Fat: .5g  Protein: 9.5g

original recipe can be found here:

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24th June 2011

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Way Filling No-Cook Yummy Oats:)

1/4 cup whole wheat oats (75 cals, 1.5g fat, 3g protein)

1 tbs natural peanut butter (95 cals, 8g fat, 4g protein)

However much fruit you want (I only used 1 sliced strawberry-5 cals, 0g fat, 0 protein)

splash of almond milk-(5 cals, 0g fat, 0g protein)

Mix the oats and peanut butter together as well as you can.  Add a splash of almond milk, to help thoroughly mix the peanutbutter and oats.  Add fruit, and enjoy:)

Calories: 180  Fat: 9.5g  Protein: 7g

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19th June 2011

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95-Calorie Grilled Cheese

so i ALWAYS eat this in front of my family, because it looks like i’m eating a fattening meal!!!  Tastes great, also:)

2 slices Healthy Life bread (35 cals, 0g fat, 2.5g protein per slice)

1 slice Kraft fat free cheese singles (25 cals, 0g fat, 4g protein)

butter flavored cooking spray

spray the pan with cooking spray, and make your grilled cheese! :)

Serving: 1  Calories: 95 Fat: 0g Protein: 9g

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18th June 2011

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Southern-Style Vegetarian “Chicken”-n-Dumplins

1 vegetable bouillon cube (15 cals, 0g fat, 0g protein)

1 cup Bisquick mix (480 cals, 18g fat, 9g protein)

1/3 cup skim milk (27 cals, 0g fat, 3g protein)

Bring 5-6 cups of water to boil on the stove.  Mix Bisquick and milk together in a bowl.  Drop spoonfulls into vegetable broth.  Cook uncovered on low heat 10 minutes.  If dumplings are still doughy after ten minutes, cover and cook for another ten minutes.

Servings: 3  Calories: 174  Fat: 6g  Protein: 4g

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18th June 2011

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Guilt-Free Cheesy Pizza

English Muffin Tomato Pizza

1 whole wheat english muffin (130 cals, 1g fat, 5g protein)

1/4 cup marinara sauce (40 cals, 1g fat, 1g protein)

1/4 cup fat free shredded mozzarella cheese (45 cals, 0g fat, 9g protein)

Split English Muffin, spoon marinara sauce on top.  Sprinkle over with cheese.  Melt cheese in microwave.

Servings: 1  Calories: 215  Fat: 2g  Protein: 15g

**Top with low-cal veggies for safe variety**

Substitute 2 tomato slices for sauce for a different taste and almost 40 cals less!!!

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11th June 2011

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Healthy Low-cal High-protein Tuna Fish Sandwhich

1/2 can tuna (70 cals; 13 grams protein)

2 tsp olive oil mayonnaise (30 cals)

mustard to taste

1 tsp (more or less) pickle relish

OPTIONAL: 2 tbsp fat-free shredded mozzarellacheese (23 cals)

2 slices Nature’s Own 100% Whole Wheat bread (50 cals and 4g protein per slice)

spinach leaves

tomato slices

salt and pepper to taste

In a small bowl, mix first five ingrediants with a fork.  Spread mixture on one slice of bread.  Top with spinach, tomato, salt and pepper, and remaining slice of bread.


225 calories, 21 grams of protein

not bad for a post-workout meal:)

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