7/28/15 Katie's Healthy Eating Journal: Thursday

by Katie (Jenny Craig 2009 Poster Girl) 28. July 2014 19:06

I always love to rave about new Jenny Craig food...if it meets my expectations.  They just came out with a Key Lime Pie (I don't even like Key Lime Pie but I thought I might as well try it) and it's DELICIOUS!  That's the one thing I'd like to discuss more with my consultant when I go on maintenance.  100 calorie packs are great if you just want an easy quick snack but if you eat them every night it starts to get boring.  I would like more creative snacks once I'm on my own.  It just makes me nervous to branch too much out with snacks because they usually taste so good that I feel guilty and wonder if still somehow it's bad for me.  I don't know the nutritional facts on the pie because it's not even on their website yet and I accidentally threw away my container.  But, once I've figured them out plus some snacks that are more creative such as pies etc. I'll let you know.  Just another reason I love the program, they're always adding new foods to keep you from getting bored!  Tonight I'm also making a new red onion potato salad with only 113 calories and .6g of fat!  If it's good I'll post the recipe on here tomorrow.  

Breakfast - 

1/4 cup Break-free eggs, 1 Morning Star Veggie Sausage, 100 cal English Muffin

Banana

1 cup coffee with 2 tsp. fat-free creamer

Snack - 

JC Anytime Bar

Lunch - 

JC Turkey Panini

Carrots

Snack - 

Peach

Dinner  -

1 cup red onion potato salad

1 Veggie Burger

Salad with mixed greens, fat-free feta, and 2 tbsp. balsamic

Snack - 

JC Key Lime Pie

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