Lunch

What you will find:

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Save Calories, Save Time

Taking the time to pack your lunch on the weekend is a huge calorie and time saver. I make hummus and store it in individual 1/4 cup containers and pair it with 1/2 cup containers filled with red bell peppers and carrots. Check out my hummus recipe on this blog.

I love snacking throughout the day to keep my blood sugar levels stable.  My eating plan looks like this:

5:00 1 banana

5 mi run

6:30 protein waffle or steel cut oats and 1/4 cup blueberries or peaches

9:00 fruit leather

10:30 1/2 whole wheat pita with peanut butter and honey

11:45 lunch: small bunch of grapes, veggies and hummus, 1/2 chicken and arugula pesto pita

2:00 1/2 odwalla protein bar

3:30 other 1/2 of odwalla protein bar

4:45 dinner spaghetti with lean deer meat (from my hunter husband), mixed baby herb salad with Zoe’s Kitchen greek dressing

7:00 snack in the pantry

8:00 no more eating

Fruit Leather

Odwalla Protein Bars

 

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Tea Room Chicken Salad

This is the ultimate Tea Room Chicken Salad recipe. It is from the “The Pastry Queen” by Rebecca Rather in Fredericksburg; follow her blog Rather Sweet.

Changes: I do not make homemade mayo; I just buy Hellmann’s Mayonnaise and add enough until it is dispersed throughout the salad.

Follow this link for the PDF for the recipe: Tea Room Chicken Salad

 

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