Breakfast 7:30am: Once again I had the Chocolate Mud Slide with berries - It is the muffin in a mug recipe but with some tweaks to make it more runny like a lava cake. Yum! This is an S meal (higher fat, lower carbs).
Lunch noon: I felt like breakfast so I made the Cottage Egg Scramble and sprinkled a little cheese on top. That really hit the spot, though I'd like to try adding a Tablespoon of salsa next time. I also cooked up 2 slices of turkey bacon with a little butter (turkey bacon is super lean so needed a little something to cook with). All of this was an S meal again (higher fat, lower carbs).
The afternoon I should have grabbed a string cheese wrapped in light turkey slice but instead found a few mini marshmallows sitting there in the drawer and had the sugar urge. Ugh! Caved in. Bad move but jumped back on 3+ hours later
Dinner 6pm: Grilled chicken drumsticks and steamed cabbage with spray butter. There were an insignificant amount of fat and carbs so this was a Fuel Pull (FP) meal.
Snack: 9:30pm: Chocolate pudding from the book. Made with almond milk, Truvia, Stevia extract, cocoa powder, dash of salt and vanilla extract and of course some glucomannan for thickening. I also gave myself a dob of whipped cream in the can. This again was a FP. Again, not a significant amount of either fuel source so my body will use my existing fat stores for the energy it needs.
I have to say that this system of eating has been the easiest to adapt to except for one thing: I'm a Drive-By Sue. I like things that don't take more than microwaving to make because I work all week and don't have time to think about food or the time to make it. Also I just need things to grab and go with. So I struggle in this regard a bit but I also like having more control over what is in my food than grabbing a packaged item. I'd really love to learn to meal plan for all my meals and cook ahead on the weekends. Maybe one day I'll be good at it.
What type of eater are you?