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Meal Planning (Part II)

After two weeks of the same meals I'd say a change in the menu sounds pretty good!  For two weeks (taking off on Sunday..okay and sort of of Saturday too) I successfully followed the previous meal plan and I'm happy to report back losing almost 4 lbs!  I also have to say that both my husband and I commented to each other how we love this meal "prep" planning because we are never hungry.  In between each meal you can always grab one of the snack options.  The other thing that I really became aware of over the past two weeks was portion control.  Adjusting our portions has helped tremendously and has helped even on our "cheat" days because I now see that most our portions were way too big!  How have you all been doing?? 

This weeks meals consist of four lunch/dinners and three snack options.

ENTREES: (These can be used as either a lunch or a dinner)

1. BLT
In each container I added a few pieces of romaine, four slices of tomato and four strips of bacon.  The only condiment you need to add (when you're going to eat) is the mayo. The lettuce acts as the bread for this particular low carb version of the BLT.

2. Broccoli & Shrimp 
I used one bag of steamed broccoli, one bag of Pasta Zero, one bag of shrimp and a packet of shrimp scampi seasoning.  After cooking everything together on the stove I added in a little olive oil.

3. Burritos 
You have heard me talk about the "Real Good" burritos from the grocery store before.  Each box contains two.  I bought myself the cheese and my husband the beef.  I cooked the burritos according to the directions then added one to each container.  I added 1/4 can of southwest corn, a lime slice and two pieces of chopped tomato. 

4. Tomato Mozzarella Spinach
I figured this would be a great lunch option.  I added the spinach to the bottom of the container, added sliced tomato and sliced mozzarella.  I chopped up some fresh basil and added on top.  When you are ready to eat this just drizzle some balsamic on top! 

1. Once again I did the berry bowls with granola.  These are just too good to skip out on.
(Strawberry, rasberry, blackberry and one spoonful of granola)

2. Olives, mixed nuts, string cheese

3. Small bags of pork rinds.

4. Lunch meat from the deli. (This I didn't put in it's own bags but it's available to snack on. 

Sorry if this last post was confusing! I know a lot of you wanted this post up before grocery shopping this week!  You can always message me with any questions!


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