Day 4 – Ham and Eggs

So the other day I came across a recipe (Egg and Sausage Muffin) and I was like, “Hmmmm, that sounds yummy! Too bad I don’t have sausage on me right now. I know, let me try it with ham.” And so I did.

Here goes (for 6 servings):

    You’ll need some ham – not too much.

    Eggs – I used 4

    Milk – not too much, just enough to make the eggs creamy.

Directions:

    Spray 6 portions of a regular muffin pan.

    I took 6 small pieces of spiral sliced cut ham (approx 0.8 oz) and placed each one in a portion.

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    After scrambling the eggs and milk, I carefully put some of the mixture over each of the ham slices.

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    Bake at 350 degrees for approx 15min (more or less depending on oven type)

    I also decided to cook some biscuits and have them with my ham/egg combo.

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And yes, it’s delicious!!

Breakdown: 410 cal, 11 WWpointsplus

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Day 1 – Chicken N Rice Soup

So today I start my new lifestyle change which actually has a name: WeightWatchers.

My mistake today was ordering a Chik-fil-a sandwich and large Dr Pepper and cookies from McDonalds. I admit, it was a weak moment but I hadn’t eaten all day (which isn’t a good idea, btw) and I had just finished grocery shopping.

My love though, is cooking. I was going to make turkey chili but after realizing that the turkey had gone bad, I decided to make my new favorite, chicken and rice crockpot soup.

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Shown above, are the ingredients for the soup except the chicken (I usually use about a pound – I like my chicken). I just throw them all in the crockpot and let it cook.

Ingredients:

2 cans of diced tomatoes (I used rosemary and oregano)

3.5 cups of chicken broth

1 cup of wild rice (the only one I could find is a mix but it’s good)

1 cup of brown rice

Approx 1lb of frozen chicken

Directions:

Add all ingredients and cook on high for as long as needed. At about two hrs, scoop out the chicken and either dice/cut/shred and then put it in.

Cooking...mmmmm....

Cooking and bubbling up a storm

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All done and measured out – doesn’t that look yummy??

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All 7 servings in the fridge for the next week – yay!!

Calories (per serving – this serves  approx 7): 298

If you follow WeightWatchers – here is the breakdown: 7.62 total points

For the whole crockpot:                   For single serving:

Total Fat (g) – 23                               3.28

Total Carbs (g) – 350                        50

Total Fiber (g) – 34                           4.85

Total Protein (g) – 132.5                  18.92

The serving size is approximately 15oz or 1/7 of the whole thing – remember that.