|oat bran with greek yogurt, |
S: Roast beef lunch meat, cottage cheese
Throwing off water.
B: Eggs Benedict (Canadian bacon, 1/2 egg white, sauce with yolk, milk, mustard saved most for later).
L: Roast beef with horseradish and yogurt sauce.
D: Blackened Cajun Chicken breast. (recipe below
Oat Bran Cinnamon bake,
S: Greek Yogurt with stevia and 2 drops vanilla
SF jello and FF cottage cheese.
I am exercising and drinking water, diet soda and crystal light.
I limit SF jello to 2x a day.
I had rectal cancer so I have to be extremely careful to make sure I dont get backed up.
So I have flax seed, fibercon, docusate sodium, psyllium, etc. etc. if the oat (and veges when we get them) are not enough.
If I stall, I will be careful with Stevia, jello, diet soda and flax.
I bought most of my food at Aldi...and was careful in selection, picking highest protein, higher fiber, lowest carbs and lowest sugar. Aldi has a great
fit brand. The greek yogurt was more than twice as much as the regular plain yogurt...but the plain had more fillers.
Greek had more protein.
These are my recipes.
Oven Baked Seared Cajun Chicken Breast.
Heat a cast iron skillet on stove top.
Turn oven to 350.
Cut off excess fat.
Season chicken breast one side:
Cajun mix(cayenne pepper, garlic powder, pepper, salt, chili powder equal quantities)
Put in skillet (spice side down) to sear, Add spices to the top side.
Sear one minute. Flip using spatula or tongs (never poke).Sear other side one minute.
Put in oven and bake until done. Cut to test, not pink. Ifcut to test and not done, wrap in tinfoil to keep in juices.
Can serve with a light sauce of yogurt with a spice to coola bit. Should be juicy.
Baked Cinnamon Cake.
- Oat bran 1 1/2 T
- Greek Yogurt 1 T
- 1/2 egg white
- fresh ground cinnamon
- (optional ground flax seed 1 t).
Put in a small baking dish. bake with chicken above.
You can control the amount of spice...I did not make toospicy and it was good. Did stick to the dish and was sort of soft. For a crustierversion you could roll into a ball and bake I guess.
Flax seed is a tolerate. It provides fiber and Omegas.