Go-to meal

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  • marciaholland77
    marciaholland77 Posts: 85 Member
    I love Papa Johns thin crust veggie pizza, since pizza was mentioned, but my go to meal is a banana sandwich with peanut butter.
  • Hummingbird914
    Hummingbird914 Posts: 76 Member
    Do you have a recipe? Sounds yummy :)

    1/4 -1/2 cup of organic tomato sauce
    1/2 zucchini, thinly sliced
    2 1/2 tbsp shaved Parmesan OR shredded mozzarella
    garlic powder
    crushed red pepper
    olive oil spray
    1. Set oven to Broil on High
    2. Spread zucchini out on a baking pan covered in foil or parchment paper
    3. Spray with olive oil spray and sprinkle with garlic powder and crushed red pepper
    4. Broil for a few minutes until zucchini starts to brown
    5. Remove pan from oven and flip zucchini slices. Season again.
    6. Top each mini pizza with sauce, cheese and sprinkle with oregano.
    7. Place in broiler again until cheese is melty and golden

    Equals only 200 calories !
  • catbhn21
    catbhn21 Posts: 24 Member
    That zucchini pizza does sound good!

    I eat black beans + tomatoes/salsa + add ons (low fat cheese, avocado, roasted corn, chicken/fake chicken, hot sauce/peppers/paprika, cumin, green onions, cilantro, quinoa, rice, etc) sometimes straight, sometimes as a wrap, depending on what's around or looks good at the store.

    When I'm really hungry on a Friday I get fresh fish and pan fry a giant hunk of salmon or trout with fresh thyme. The thyme gets crispy and delicious.
  • fishshark
    fishshark Posts: 1,886 Member
    short ribs in the crock pot with onions and carrots, garlic mashed potatoes, roasted Brussels sprouts, and gravy made from the short rib juice. we eat it every week and i can't get it inside my body fast enough haha.
  • Annr
    Annr Posts: 2,765 Member
    1 oz of beef or turkey kelbasa (cut up the U shaped sausage and weigh them out and put in a container)
    1 T of olive oil
    cut up zucchini or whatever veggie you like
    1/4 cup of Royal Blend tri colored rice (wild rice and others)
    saute' in a pan with sprinkling of cayenne pepper, tumeric, and course black pepper
    cover with water and put in 1 tsp of Better Than Boullion chicken paste
    cover with lid until rice is soft. (about 8-10 min)
    Put a handful of fresh baby spinach in a large Ramen style bowl.
    Pour the pan mixture over spinach and sprinkle with some graded parmesan.
    HEAVEN!!!!!!!
  • misskarne
    misskarne Posts: 1,767 Member
    2-minute noodles and reheated, pre-weighed portion of roasted chicken (I keep them in my freezer).
  • Annr
    Annr Posts: 2,765 Member
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    Or use a potato.
  • justrollme
    justrollme Posts: 968 Member
    @Merkavar Ooooh, drat, I don't think I can find that here in the US...I'm going to have to see if I can find an equivalent. Thank you!
  • Merkavar
    Merkavar Posts: 3,066 Member
    justrollme wrote: »
    @Merkavar Ooooh, drat, I don't think I can find that here in the US...I'm going to have to see if I can find an equivalent. Thank you!

    The U.S. a country known for its food, I'm sure you can find a dozen similar products.
  • JustChristy79
    JustChristy79 Posts: 156 Member
    Teriyaki or BBQ'd chicken, brown rice & veggies. Prep every Sunday. :smile:

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  • karyabc
    karyabc Posts: 831 Member
    Teriyaki or BBQ'd chicken, brown rice & veggies. Prep every Sunday. :smile:

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    Again same thing is happening in my kitchen! BBQ chicken, rice, broccoli and baby carrots. Yours looks really yummy and colorful #congrats
  • Annr
    Annr Posts: 2,765 Member
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    I dismantled a roast the other day :-)
  • Annr
    Annr Posts: 2,765 Member
    @karyabc Yours look amazingly delish!
  • callsitlikeiseeit
    callsitlikeiseeit Posts: 8,633 Member
    at home? baby spinach salad with whatever veg i have and chicken breast and either a bolthouse farms dressing or light ranch
  • ki4eld
    ki4eld Posts: 1,215 Member
    Grilled lamb with salt, pepper, and rosemary.
  • Orphia
    Orphia Posts: 7,097 Member
    Fish (salmon, tuna, or whiting) done in the frypan and served with Steam Fresh rice/veg or potato/veg.
  • urloved33
    urloved33 Posts: 3,361 Member
    chicken
  • Domicinator
    Domicinator Posts: 261 Member
    2 cups of Fage plain
    1/2 cup of granola
    1 tbsp honey

    I call it my "mush". I eat it at least three times a week and I love it to death.
  • robspot
    robspot Posts: 130 Member
    Teriyaki or BBQ'd chicken, brown rice & veggies. Prep every Sunday.

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    OMG that looks amazing. Please send me some :)
  • Annr
    Annr Posts: 2,765 Member
    at home? baby spinach salad with whatever veg i have and chicken breast and either a bolthouse farms dressing or light ranch

    fresh spinach is great in a bowl with a hot soup over it. I also think of it as my "bed" for most of my pasta plates. Spinach on the plate with a drizzle of olive oil, a splatter of water with my fingers and in the microwave for 20 seconds then the meal goes on top of it. Yummy