whats your meal plan for a DD

September 16, 2012
Foods Calories Carbs Fat Protein Cholest Sodium Sugars Fiber
first thing
Black Coffee - Coffee Black, 2 cup

main meal
Carrots - Cooked, boiled, drained, without salt, 5 tbsp
Veg - Veg Broccoli , 50 g 15
Vegetables - Potato (Boiled - Without Skin, Without Salt), 100 g 86
Chicken - Breast, meat only, cooked, roasted, 50 g 83
Oxo - Beef Stock Cube Revised ( 6 Pack Each 5.91g ..1 Cube Serving ), 1 cube 13
Oak Lanes - Beetroot- Sliced, Pickled, 50 grams 11
Brussels sprouts - Cooked, boiled, drained, without salt, 10 sprout 76 1
throughout the day
Asda - Chopped Tomatoes In Juice Canned, 1 can 84
Cabbage - Savoy, cooked, boiled, drained, with salt, 1 cup, shredded 35
Fresh Celery - 1 Stick 15cm 30g, 60 g 10
Generic - Mixed Dried Herbs, 1 tsp 2
Encona - West Indian Extra Hot Pepper Sauce, 10 ml 3
Carrots - Raw, 1 large (7-1/4" to 8-1/2" long) 30
Health Essentials - Effervescent Energise Tablets - Tropical Flavour, 1 Tablet 0
TOTAL: 469
Food Notes

huge pot off soup about 4 or 5bowls to snack on throughout the day

Replies

  • maidofstone
    maidofstone Posts: 62 Member
    I'm going to mainly be eating weight watchers soups at first so i know i'm not going over, they are low cal so can have a couple one for lunch one for dinner, and maybe a muller light or something , good luck x
  • mummytobeslim
    mummytobeslim Posts: 367 Member
    really enjoyed my main meal today and still have my soup to eat yet will have a bowl soon
  • keeldrum
    keeldrum Posts: 32 Member
    I find that a great breakfast on DD is Oat-so-simple sachets of porridge. If you make the Golden Syrup one with water instead of milk it is only 132 kcal.
    Follow that with a salad for lunch and you've plenty kcal left over for a decent evening meal, especially if you don't want to miss out on family time at the tea table like me.
    Baxters Healthy soups are quite good as well as Muller greek style fat free yogurts, only around 80kcal.
    Hope this helps!
  • mummytobeslim
    mummytobeslim Posts: 367 Member
    thank you never thought off making it with water that’s a great idea
  • cici52
    cici52 Posts: 34 Member
    mummy, you cook like me. Just throw the whole day into a pot and enjoy that soup all day long.
  • kiwit22
    kiwit22 Posts: 14 Member
    I find that a great breakfast on DD is Oat-so-simple sachets of porridge.

    I have these too but for dinner AND if I have the calories I even sometimes add milk. Oh the luxury :-)

    Going to attempt my kiwi version of pumpkin soup with English ingredients this weekend. Will update on results.
  • mummytobeslim
    mummytobeslim Posts: 367 Member
    got a pot cooking as we speak lol .I have just had one belvita breakfast biscuit so far .Need to add oats so simple to my list