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.


    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.


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


    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.


And yes, it’s delicious!!

Breakdown: 410 cal, 11 WWpointsplus


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.


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.


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


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 and bubbling up a storm


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


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.