Baked chicken is a typical dinner in my house. I make a different side dish for the kids and I'm set. For this I put frozen boneless chicken breasts in a casserole dish. Spread mayonnaise on both sides and sprinkled with my favorite seasoning. About half way through I covered it lightly with Parmesan cheese. Super simple.
|Baked Parmesan Crusted Chicken & Mixed Green Salad|
|Coconut Flake Crepes w/ Blueberries & Cream Cheese|
I pulled out my crockpot for some slow cooking. I put in some of the roast meat chucks from the rancher's CSA, added a few whole roasted green chilies and 1/4 Cup of green enchilada sauce and left for the entire day. When I got home it was fully cooked and I used a fork to shredded it. I served it on three pieces of iceberg lettuce for each taco with cheese, and a tiny amount of salsa and sour cream. It was great! Kale or a better lettuce is a smarter choice, but I used what I had. The next day I heated it up in a skillet and topped it with an egg for lunch. Both were extremely good meals!
Remember, your snack doesn't always have to be sweet. This is a combo of olives, which are one of the Skinny Fats from the Fast Track that Jorge Cruise wants us to eat. Kind of weird to combine it with tea, but I had already eaten my Dark Chocolate for the night ;-) These are Kalamata, Lucques and green olives stuffed with garlic.
I see so many great ideas that fit into the Belly Fat Cure and Fast Track around the web, most need a tiny adjustment to fit in perfectly. This sweet little idea is from one of my favorite blogs Less Than Perfect Life of Bliss. She used cream cheese and confectioner's sugar to fill them. Of course we would leave out the the sugar, use stevia if you must. Or even frozen whipped cream if you are serving them immediately. But how beautiful are these little treats? They will be great for the holidays too!
|Savory Evening Snack - Olives & Tea|
|Beautifully Simple Treat - used w/ permission|
What are you eating on your diet today?