Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Clean Eating Monday Week 2

As I mentioned yesterday I decided to follow week 2 of the Clean Eating magazine's meal plan.

Breakfast: I had the smoothie recipe from the magazine. In this is skim milk, non-fat yogurt, frozen berries, and protein powder. When I made this other times this week I used Fage, but today I used a flavored greek yogurt, because my husband doesn't like the plain. Using the flavored greek yogurt was a negative during my Clean Eating because of all the added sugar. However this smoothie still filled me up well.

Snack 1: I LOVE THIS!!! This was on the meal plan. It calls for 4 oz of nonfat plain yogurt (I used Fage), berries, flax meal, and protein powder (I used chocolate). This really tasted like a dessert to me.

Lunch: The plan called for mashed chick peas with mixed veggies and vinaigrette on a wrap. I kept the filling separate from the wrap until lunch, so that the wrap didn't get soggy. This was also very good.

Snack 2: The plan called for 1/3 cup of walnuts and an apple. I decided on only 1/4 cup of walnuts.

Dinner: The meal plan called for a burger or a Boca burger with no bun, topped with 1/4 of an avocado. Also roasted vegetables. I didn't have time to make roasted vegetables, and I didn't know what types of vegetables are best for roasting (any suggestions??) so I had a bowl of peas and a bowl of grapes (which aren't a vegetable, so not really part of the meal plan. I also decided to top the avocado on my Boca burger with some salsa.

This was the salsa I used at dinner. I had never tried it before, but it looked so good because I like artichoke a lot.

After my 1 hour Pilates class I decided I was super hungry (most likely because of my missing bun at dinner). So I had two plain rice cakes with a little all natural peanut butter.


Have a great Tuesday!!

9 comments:

Nicole (anotheronebitesthecrust.wordpress.com) said...

I love yogurt! I tried to freeze soy yogurt last night to make it like frozen yogurt, but it didn't work out too well. It got too icy, but it was worth a shot!

VeggieGirl said...

Best vegetables for roasting = carrots, brussels sprouts, potatoes, onions, cauliflower... hope that helps!! :-)

Anonymous said...

The cookies Aimee posted are great!!! I am a cookie fan so I a fair judge of what is good. I had to freeze Aimee some cookies so she would have some after her clean eating is over. If I didn't they would all be gone.

Love,

Hubby

glidingcalm said...

so jealous of your grapess!!! i can't find good ones anywhere!! i snuck one at the grocery store and it was so sour.....I normally don't do that, but it was a good thing I did.... I was about to buy a HUGE HUGE BAG!!

happy Tuesday Aimeeeeeeee!

Jess said...

1. Love the Steelers glass
2. I love how I can see the news stations I watched growing up in Pittsburgh!

HangryPants said...

When it says to mash the chick peas are you doing that? They looked whole and I just was wondering if you mash 'em with a fork or how that works.
Carrots are awesome roasted!

VeggieGirl said...

**Just as a heads up: I will not be able to comment on blogs as often now, during this semester, due to work overload (I'm stressed already) - PLEASE know that I'm still loyally reading, but just won't have time to comment. I hope you understand!!

AnthonyP said...

Ok, seriouly, I need help. I've had nothing but french fries, candy and burgers since I arrived at Disney with the family !

healthy ashley said...

All of these meals look so good! The meal plan looks pretty easy to do, too. Good luck!

(And I LOVE roasted eggplant.. and carrots!)