Simply filling for a healthier me

Discussion in 'Weight Watchers - Filling and Healthy' started by Emma-ww, 17 March 2014.

  1. Emma-ww

    Emma-ww Well-Known Member

    Hello, I need to get back on the wagon! I'm fed up of being on and off weight watchers all the time, I feel ready for a lifestyle change. I think simply filling may be it, fingers crossed! I'm new to this so please tell me if I'm going wrong :)

    Oh, and you may see me counting branflakes as free, I don't think they are on the plan but I'm going to count them freely as I have them everyday before work so as long as I don't overeat them or start eating them as snacks I don't think there will be a problem. We'll that's the plan haha! If they cause me to gain then I'll have to find an alternative :sigh:

    Wish me luck on my journey to a healthier me! :)

    Start weight- 10stone 1pound. Going to be weighing in on mondays

    emma xx
  2. Claree__x

    Claree__x Well-Known Member

    Good luck!

    I'm sure the bran flakes won't be a problem. It's not like they're frosties or something lol x
  3. Emma-ww

    Emma-ww Well-Known Member

    Thanks Hun! I'm hoping it won't be, I only have like 40g or odd not like half the box haha!

    First day on simply filling was a success woo!

    breakfast - branflakes with water

    lunch - 3 bacon medallions, 2 boiled eggs and chopped tomatoes

    dinner - pasta, tuna and sweetcorn in pas-stir tomato and basil sauce (half portion so 1 point) (1point for tablespoon of Parmesan)

    soo.. 2/49 points used
  4. Claree__x

    Claree__x Well-Known Member

    With water? Madness!
  5. Emma-ww

    Emma-ww Well-Known Member

    Haha! Though someone might comment on that :rolleyes: I can't stand milk so just wet them with water and drain it out, so not like it's swimming in it haha!! Surprisingly yum :p
  6. Emma-ww

    Emma-ww Well-Known Member

    Morning diary! Lush day here today, day off so going to nip into town with my mum and going aldi for some healthy bits. Xx
  7. Claree__x

    Claree__x Well-Known Member

    I don't like milk either but I can have it in cereal, I'm weird like that lol.

    Have a great day, raining here :(
  8. Emma-ww

    Emma-ww Well-Known Member

    I used to mix with milk then drain out but was such a waste!! Haha

    Omg I just made the curried butternut squash soup off the weight watchers website - yum!! Just tried abit it's so nice, can't wait for dinner tonight now xx :) 0pp and free on filling and healthy too yum!m

    also filled up my treat tin today, so lots of yummy treats to reach when I need a fix x
  9. Claree__x

    Claree__x Well-Known Member

    Ooh I'll have to have a look for that one :)
  10. Emma-ww

    Emma-ww Well-Known Member

    I'd defiantly recommend. I thought my butternut squash was abit on the small side so used less stock but still gotten 3 good sized portions out of it.

    food for today has been good, at work tomorrow where we have lunch provided,taking my own in tomorrow as early days on simply filling and don't want to ruin it if there's no healthy choices!

    Breakfast - bran flakes and water

    lunch - 2 crumpets, half a tin beans and 10g of cheese - 1 point

    dinner - quorn Bolognese with spaghetti

    snacks this evening - curly wurly 3 points, 4 Aldi wurthers originals - 1 point

    5 points used today, so 7 / 49 weeklies used :)
    Last edited: 19 March 2014
  11. Emma-ww

    Emma-ww Well-Known Member

    Breakfast - branflakes

    lunch - leftover pasta, tuna and sweetcorn from the other day - 1 point for the tomato pas-stir sauce - had it with some salad leaves

    dinner - homemade butternut squash soup - so so yummy and filling! - had it with 2 crumpets

    snacks - weetos cereal bar - 2 points. Aldi's choceur white crisp chocolate bar - 6 points

    so... 9 points used today.
    16 / 49 weeklies used

    I'm really enjoying simply filling and don't feel asif I'm on a diet! Seems too good to be true with all this yummy food. Guess we'll see on the scales on Monday eeek!

  12. Claree__x

    Claree__x Well-Known Member

    Can I have your soup recipe if you get a chance? :)
  13. Maria2206

    Maria2206 Well-Known Member

    Hi Emma, here to subscribe.
  14. Phoenyx

    Phoenyx Step away from the cake..

    Also here to subscribe - starting simply filling tomorrow. Good luck on your journey...
  15. Emma-ww

    Emma-ww Well-Known Member

    :) Thanks for subscribing ladies! :welcome: Found this diary so far is helping me stay on track, day 4 woo, attempted to diet so many times and haven't made it past day one so this is an achievement haha :angel09::party0011:

    Hi clare xx, soup recipe is below, I just adjusted the stock dependent on how big you think your squash is and how thick / soupy you like it. Also I didn't bother toasting the curry powder I just added it to the stock (I'd of 100% burnt it)!! :yuk:

    1 portion(s) (large) Butternut Squash, peeled, de-seeded and diced into 1 inch cubes
    2 medium Onion, All Types, quartered
    2 cube(s) Vegetable Stock Cube, vegetable, make up to 2 pints with hot water
    1 1/2 teaspoons (level) Curry Powder
    1 pinch Salt, to taste
    1/4 teaspoons Black Pepper
    2 medium Spring Onions, thinly sliced, to garnish
    Preheat oven to Gas Mark 7/220°C/425°F. Place squash and onion in a large roasting pan or baking dish. Bake, uncovered, for 45 minutes, until squash is tender. Don't worry if some of the pieces get a bit browned - this will add to the roasted flavour of the soup.

    Remove from oven. Tip into saucepan and add stock. Bring up to the boil, reduce heat and simmer for 15 minutes. Let cool about 15 minutes - do not pour hot soup directly into food processor, or you risk it exploding. Purée in batches in blender or food processor.

    Toast curry powder in a small frying pan over low heat until fragrant, about 2 minutes - be careful not to burn it. Stir into puréed soup. Season to taste and divide between six bowls. Garnish with spring onions and serve.

    xx :heartpump:
    Last edited: 20 March 2014
  16. Claree__x

    Claree__x Well-Known Member

    Thanks love, saved :) x
  17. Emma-ww

    Emma-ww Well-Known Member

    Another good day on plan for me!! :party0011::woohoo: Loving simply filling at the moment, really suiting my life and feel like I'm not even on a diet, this is the healthy eating lifestyle I wanted! Fingers crossed for Monday that I actually loose weight, cause at the moment this seems too good to be true haha!!

    anyway, on to food! :eating:

    Breakfast - Aldi low fat yogurt (fake muller light) vanilla with chocolate sprinkles - 2points

    lunch - 2 bacon medallions, beans, mushrooms, one fried egg and one warburtons thin.

    dinner - potato wedges, peas, tiny bit ketchup, and 3 fish fingers - 4 points

    snacks - 5 Aldi fruit boiled sweets - 1 point. Dip dab - 2 points

    so that's 9 points used today, so 25/49 weeklies used

    at work tomorrow - have organised all my lunch already so I'm not left to eat in the staff canteen!
    Xxx :heartpump:
  18. Emma-ww

    Emma-ww Well-Known Member

    Hello diary! :wavey: Another day at work, and another day on plan woo! Planning ahead and taking lunch to work rather than eating in the staff canteen definantly the best thing to keeping me on plan.

    breakfast - branflakes

    lunch - leftover quorn Bolognese with pasta tubes

    dinner - homemade butternut squash soup with 2 crumpets

    snacks for this evening - 4 Aldi fruit sweets - 1 point. 4 Aldi wurthers originals - 1 point. Curly wurly - 3 points. Weetos bar - 2 points.

    7 points used today. So 32 / 49 used so far.

    snacky evening but needing chocolate!
    Last edited: 21 March 2014
  19. Claree__x

    Claree__x Well-Known Member

    Woohoo! Fridays are difficult, go you!
  20. Emma-ww

    Emma-ww Well-Known Member

    Thanks Hun. Don't wanna speak too soon but feel my head is in the right place this time, this plan seems so natural! Xx

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