Discovered Yumminess II

Thursday, January 05, 2012

I wanted to share two things I recently discovered that I think are very yummy and great in calories!

1. Teriyaki Chicken Bowl by Hawaiian Style Bowls (430 calories for the bowl)
2. Sauteed mixed veggies with eggs (260 calories)

The Teriyaki Chicken Bowl is quick and convenient. It is a frozen meal that comes in a microwave ready bowl; just pop it in the microwave for 6 minutes and lunch is ready. The bowl includes white rice, chicken, a variety of veggies, and the sauce. At 430 calories and 22 grams of protein, I am so glad I found this for my lunches! It tastes great and it fills me up!

The second discovered yumminess, I actually picked up from a friend of mine. I made it for breakfast this morning and I was amazed at how full I was after eating it, in fact I couldn't finish it all! And it kept me full all morning! I sauteed 2 cups of mixed veggies in a skillet. I then added 2 scrambled eggs into the skillet and mixed them with the veggies until they were cooked through. I sprinkled a little bit of shredded cheese over the top and served. It made a HEAP of food! (I know, I know, 2 cups of veggies will do that, right?! Next time I make it, I think I will only make it with 1 cup of veggies though!). I think this would also be good served with salsa on top.

I hope this helps you and/or inspires you to find food that will keep you healthy and satisfied. I always like to know what others are eating or what they've discovered along the way.

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    That's an enticing breakfast. I discovered how much I like black beans for lunch. I get the lower sodium ones, add salsa, fat-free sour cream, and Cabot's 75% reduced fat cheese. I either eat it as is or put it on a small tortilla or pita.
    3440 days ago
  • SUNSHINE99999
    Sounds great. thanks for sharing.
    3451 days ago
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