What’s For Dinner?

Our WW meeting topic today was – What’s for dinner?

We talked about:  Recipes for quick & easy meals

You have to set aside time to plan what you will eat:
-grocery shop for a week’s menu only once week
-keep a list of things run out of on the fridge or by the phone
-plan your grocery list when you’re not hungry
-Cook recipes and freeze servings for later

Get recipes from: WW Weekly’s, WW cookbooks, online blogs like FireLitesFire & SkinnyTaste 😉

Chop prep time by using tips and products that makes it easy

While your meal cooks –  use WW’s Etools to calculate its points plus value

Sit down and enjoy a great tasting sensible meal

Pack up the leftovers for an easy pre-portioned meal tomorrow

*Meal ideas-
Ck breast- provolone cheese and sautéed mushrooms fresh spinach with oil and garlic

Kale and ck leg

Kraft ff dressing with chicken cooked in a skillet

Roasted veggies- recipe in new 2012 WW Getting Started book

Crockpot lasagna- on etools


**Challenge this week- try a new recipe!! It will keep you from getting bored.


“He who fails to plan- is planning to fail.”

Winston Churchill

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About Carman

36 year old military wife of 18 years and stay at home mom to 4 incredible kids (3 girls ages 17, 11, 11 and our son is 6). After my 4th, and final baby, I decided I wanted to be more active, healthier, happier, and to be an example to my kids. I joined Weight Watchers and started using the Points Plus program to learn portion control, moderation, and develop healthier habits. I also used the dietSNAPS app to track my meals and it was such a life changer for me to literally *see* what I was putting in my body! Cyndi, Lexy and I created this blog to be accountability partners and that has been a huge key to this journey! I love to cook and I love converting my favorite recipes into a healthier version for my family to enjoy! I love the after effects of exercising :) I love challenging myself to fitness goals to change things up and in doing so I have run numerous 5K/10K's, several half marathons, one full 26.2 marathon, and a Tough Mudder. I love circuit training, weight training, and running sprints. My goal is to inspire others to take their health seriously, and to show how small changes can lead to big results.

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