Friday, May 29, 2009


It is a beautiful morning and I was happy to get out and do my walk at 6:30 this morning. Actually I didn't want to get out of bed but once I got up and going I was glad I did. Here is a recap of the good eats from yesterday. I started off my morning with Muesli. Have any of you tried this? It is so fabulous and with the warm summer ahead is a great alternative to warm oatmeal. I like to prepare this the night before so it is all ready for me in the morning and I always look forward to it.

Swiss Apple Muesli

1/2 cup rolled oats
1/2 cup skim milk or soy milk (I used unsweetened almond breeze)
1/2 small apple, finely chopped
1 tablespoon sliced almonds
1 teaspoon honey

Mix raw oats with milk. Stir in apple, almonds and honey. Let sit 10 minutes or overnight in the fridge.

291 calories, 7g fat, 1g saturated fat, 2mg cholesterol, 54mg sodium, 47g carbohydrates, 6g fiber, 12g protein

I have been looking forward to giving this one a try and since I just bought eggs I thought I would have this for lunch today. Egg Salad Sandwich. It made a nice big bowl of egg salad and I couldn't even fit it all on the bread. It was quite mess to eat but I didn't mind. The egg salad contained: 1 whole hard-boiled egg plus 2 hard-boiled egg whites chopped, 1 TB light canola mayonnaise (I used eggless TJ mayo), 2 tsp mustard, 1 stalk celery, 1/4 cup finely chopped cucumber, dash of black pepper on 2 slices of whole-grain bread. Have to remember this one it was a nice change and I enjoy eating eggs. I nice lunch for summer.

There was a little of the mousse left since no one in my family will even think about touching it. Daughter doesn't care of chocolate. Have you ever heard of such a thing? Crazy! I had did a little shopping and bought some more raspberries and I was happy to add it to my mousse. It was fabulous!!

Dinner tonight, Pinto and Cheese Poblanos. I have never even heard of a Poblano pepper before and was eager to give it a try. Poblano peppers have a little heat but are fairly mild. Just be sure to take out the veins and seeds to decrease the spice. It was stuffed with pinto beans, quinoa, cumin and a little shredded cheese. I cooked the quinoa mixed in the the rest of the ingredients and stuff into the peppers. I broiled them for about 15 minutes turning so they didn't get to brown in one spot.

Yummy! I love quinoa texture and with the pinto beans and a little cheese and spice from the cumin it was delicious! I really enjoyed this one. It probably only took a total of about 30 minutes to get this one ready to eat. Loving having quite and easy recipes.
That is the eats for yesterday and I was able to keep my eating in check and of course the scale was happy to respond, loving that.
Have a busy day of prepping for graduation. I am going to bake the cake today throw it in the freeze and will frost it tomorrow. I also want to roast up some tomatoes because I am going to make Marissa bean salad and think I will used roasted tomatoes in it. So it will be a fun day spending some time in the kitchen. My parents will arrive some time later today and hubby will be making a baked whole chicken for them. I have leg training today instead of tomorrow so I will run to the gym for that at 4:30. I will take lots of pictures tomorrow so you can see my handsome son and family.
Hope everyone has a great day and I will attempt to post my eat for today either later tonight or early tomorrow morning!!


April said...

Mmmm...I love Muesli when I go on cruises :)

Debi said...

Great job Kathi - you are doing great with your meal planning!

gale said...

That Swiss Apple Muesli sounds delicious! Good job and hang in there tomorrow. I'll be around if you need me!

Pappy said...

Wow I do stuffed peppers often I will do yours soon. I will take some pictures and send em to ya.

I can't wait to try it!!
Pap in Vegas...

Marisa (Trim The Fat) said... I'm craving egg salad!

Those stuffed peppers are such a creative recipe! I love that!

Good luck with the graduation; can't wait to see the pics!