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Week 4 dinner - Soft Diet (Phase 3)
Steamed Shrimp with Asparagus, Avocado & Tomato with Sriracha Sauce
Serves 1 (Don't know the volume on this--go by weight)
1.5oz shrimp, steamed
1oz asparagus with 1/4 tsp brown butter
.5oz avocado
.5oz tomato
.5tsp Sriracha sauce
Nutritional totals for the meal: 91 calories; 10g protein; 4g fat; 3g carbs; 1g fiber; 2g net carbs; 1g nat. occur. sugars in veggies
***That's it folks! I'm at 59g Protein for the day and I will either call it a night, but will probably have a cup of hot decaff with a couple of ounces of Premier Protein as a Creamer to go over protein for the day.
**Daily Totals including the bedtime protein latte coffee drink with 2oz Prem. Prot: 453 cals; 64g protein; 13g fat; 23g carbs; 7g fiber; 16g net carbs; 5g nat. occur. sugars.

This looks delicious!!!

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Week 4
I am thinking I might put this out for anyone interested--maybe on a weekly basis--at least till I get bored with it. [emoji4]
This is 1/2c of food by volume + cheese cracker. You can add it up by weight.
Egg White Scramble with Baby Spinach, Mushrooms, 2% Kraft cheese, and Taco Bell Mild Sauce + 2% Kraft Cheese Cracker
Serves 1 (ME! You might eat less. Meh. Knock yourself out!)
1oz baby spinach
1oz mushroom, fresh
1/4 tsp granulated garlic (Tones)
fresh ground black pepper (optional)
1/4c Water
60g Real Egg Whites (HEB)
1/3 of 1/2 slice of 2% Kraft Deli Deluxe Cheese (for the omelet)
1tsp Taco Bell Mild Sauce
Cheese Cracker
2/3 of 1/2 slice of 2% Kraft Deli Deluxe Cheese (for the cracker)
Nutrition for entire breakfast: 74 cals; 10g protein; 2g fat; 3g carbs; 1g fiber; 1g naturally occurring sugar (from veggies)
***I'll be back to post my lunch later! Whooot! The hits just keep coming. [emoji4]

How did you make cheese cracker?

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1 hour ago, Ashley RN said:

How did you make cheese cracker?

Split the cheese into squares and nuke on parchment (NOT wax paper) at 20 to 30 second intervals the first go round. Then in 10 second intervals after that. When you JUST begin to see golden, take out and let cool. They will crisp as they cool.

That cracker is 1/2 of a slice of 2% DeliDeluxe Kraft American split into 2/3rds. 2% DD Kraft American works the best. The full fat sucks cuz it doesn't puff anymore. It has to be the one without individual wrapping.

I also split it into 16 pieces to make cheezeitz size, split into 8 to make wheat thin size, and split into 4 to make saltine size. you can also keep it whole to make a sandwich size. Your time nuking in intervals will change with all of those. Since I was only doing 1 square, I started with 30 then 10-10-10.

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