Sunday, February 6, 2011

Super Bowl Sunday

Well today isn't looking so great for my food choices.  I will admit, I have been bad.  I hope it doesn't affect my weigh in tomorrow.

Breakfast - small blueberry bagel with cream cheese and butter, with water

Lunch/Dinner - two oven baked chicken drumsticks and a 1/2 cup of rice that had little pieces of sausage in it and here is the bad part......I had pepsi to drink ughhh!! I don't know what I was thinking, I just needed some caffiene over at a friends house and there was no coffee.  I slap myself for this choice!! argh!!!
Superbowl snack - wheat tortilla chips and homemade guacamole

Well the Pepsi really was the only bad choice today and I hope it doesn't  hurt my weigh in too bad tomorrow. Tomorrow will be the start of week 4 and so far I have lost 12 lbs. so all in all, not to bad, I am actually really proud of myself so far.

Everyone watching the superbowl?  I bet so.  But I just wanna say I am really disappointed in this years super bowl commercials.  They aren't as good a previous years at all.  Boo!! But I am looking forward to the half time show with the Black Eyed Peas. =)

Recipe for my Breakfast Casserole (12 servings)

1 cartoon of egg beaters (approx. 15 eggs)
1 pound of your favorite sausage (I used mild country sausage)
    OR you could use ham
2 cups of cheese (I used cheddar)
1 cup of mushrooms
1/2 cup of onions

First cook your sausage until browned and then drain the grease.  Add mushrooms and onions, sautee until soft.  Grease a 13 x 9 casserole pan.  Mix all the ingredients together in a mixing bowl and pour into the casserole dish.  Cook at 400 for about 30-40 minutes or until golden brown on top.  When your using egg beaters versus real eggs, the top of the casserole will inflate a pretty good bit, but don't worry this is normal.  When you take it out of the oven, just take a fork and sorta help push down the light fluffy egg top so it stays flat and WALA!  You have a yummy BFC casserole.


  1. Wow Lindsay that breakfast casserole sounds great!

  2. Hi Lindsay,
    I've been thinking about some things you said several days ago about eating so much fat. I would encourage you to read the Flat Belly Diet by: Liz Vaccariello. Especially the first 4 chapters that explain the mufas. Basically this book is a calorie restricted program, (which i am not saying you need to follow, i'm not) and you try to eat good fats known as mufas monounsaturated fatty acids. Fat from nuts & seeds, olives & olive oil, avocados, and DARK CHOCOLATE :) The mufas help reduce our bodies inflammatory response and help reduce our belly fat. Every little thing we can do for ourselves helps.

  3. Thank you Katie!! :) I actually have that book from when I was trying lots of diets before I found the Belly Fat Cure. I actually have a big collection of diet books, but the BFC is finally something I really feel I can stick with. Thank you so much for helping explain that. I actually read a little article about these good fats the other day. :) I am trying to stick to lower fatty foods now. I don't always follow perfectly, but I do my best.