Meatloaf is one our favorite meals on a snowy day! So simple too!
1.5 lb ground beef
8oz can tomato sauce
1/2 C oat flour**
1 tbsp Italian blend seasoning
Ketchup •mix all ingredients in a large bowl except for the ketchup. Transfer to a greased loaf pan and bake for 1 hour @ 350. When there is 20 minutes left too the meatloaf with ketchup.
For the potatoes—> wash, peel, and chop. Place on a baking sheet and drizzle olive oil over the potatoes. Sprinkle on your favorite seasoning. You can put these in the oven with the meatloaf when 40 min is left on the timer! .
**To make oat flour- place 1/2 cup of oats in a food processor and blend until the oats resemble flour!
Portioning out my meals for next week and hoping that will help the scale go down a bit faster. Had a new low weigh in this morning tho so I’m happy about that. That pulled pork from Costco is one of my favs! 0 carbs and delicious!! Taste like corned beef which is my favorite! #daybyday#work#sweat#fitness#health#healthy#livelong#keto#mealprep
“Once you UNDERSTAND the concept behind flexible dieting, dieting becomes second nature. During the holidays I make sure to enjoy myself, but these are some of the rules I adhere to in order to make sure I don’t sabotage myself:
1. Eat enough protein: a good target is 1-1.2g per lb of body weight. Eating enough protein not only helps curve hunger, but also helps you maintain lean muscle mass. The easiest way to get enough is having protein powder handy especially if you’re traveling.
2. If you know you’re going out to dinner, eat modestly for breakfast and lunch: have some lean proteins and basic carbs like rice, oats, potatoes or fruits and keep fats as low as possible
3. Don’t be a pig. Enjoy a full plate of anything you want but don’t overstuff yourself.
4. Drink in moderation
5. Don’t use the holidays as an excuse to skip workouts or to eat like shit all of the time
6. Move around more: the easiest way to get some steps in is with periodic 10 min walks, one after every meal at least.
Or if you ignore all of these and find yourself in a slump after the holidays, hit us up at @hybridperformancemethod For 1-on-1 nutrition guidance.” - @steficohen
Meal Prep Saturday, I made protein muffins, chicken and rice burritos, chicken and bean burritos, and “veggie patties” (there is totally Jowl Bacon in them) for the coming week. I made everything from scratch thanks to my Instant Pot. Now I get to hang out and hold hands with my most handsome big boy. #mealprep#burritos#catsofinstagram#handsomecats#instantpot
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Margherita chicken and parmesan crusted zucchini. Soooooo good! Im bad at measurements on food,
But I did,
10 chicken breasts (around 1 in or a little less in thickness), salt and pepper to taste, 2 1/2 teaspoons of italian seasoning, 5 Tablespoons of olive oil, 2 1/2 teaspoons of garlic powder. All mixed in a big boil. Grill 4-6 minutes or until cooked thoroughly. Put mozzarella cheese slices on chicken and wait until melted on. Then put 2 Tablespoons of pesto on, cherry tomatoes (cut in half), and squeeze a quarter of a lemon onto chicken.
Cut into small halves, put olive oil on, salt and pepper to taste, grated parmesan cheese on top, and put in oven at 350° F until cheese is golden.
0 17 minutes ago
Meal prep = Macro Success! Here is my dinner for the week & it is amazing! 😋🤤😍 *Chicken Stuffed w/ Mozzarella, Sun-dried Tomatoes & Fresh Basil
2 38 minutes ago
Ingredient prep for the week! One of my #zerowaste goals this year is to cut down DRASTICALLY on my food waste. And i know myself well enough to know that the best method to first get down is preparing all of the ingredients in my fridge before grocery shopping. I am wayyyy more likely to not be lazy about my food choices when i already have a lot of the work done. Here we have Cara Cara oranges, almonds soaking for Almond Milk, dried Shiitakes soaking, sweet potato, cooked squash, cauliflower, cucumbers, soaking kidney beans, steamed purple and Japanese sweet potatoes and red bell peppers. #vegan#foodprep#mealprep#wholeplantfoods#wholefoodvegan#lowimpact#fightfoodwaste#balance#control
So many of us have lost the ability to eat intuitively. 😔 Did you know that our stomachs have receptors that indicate to us when we're hungry, and when we're full? Our bodies want to be working with us.
But when we eat meat, dairy, eggs, oils, and other high-calorie processed foods it becomes almost impossible to "feel" when we're full. We'd have to eat WAY more calories than we need to activate those tummy stretch receptors.
Eating plant-based whole foods that are rich in fiber can change that. We can once again start to tune into our bodies and sense when we are hungry, when we need to eat more food, and when we're full (without loading up on way too many calories). We can stop counting calories and start to eat intuitively.
This graphic helps explain why so many people tend to fall to their "natural" weight when they start eating plant-based. You'll often see people eating plant-based lose weight even though they are eating more food than before because even though they’re eating more volume, they’re eating far fewer calories.
So, friends, let's work with our bodies and fill our bellies with healthy, nutrient-rich whole foods! 👩🏼🌾
Credit: @vegan ✌️
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“We Sort You”, meal preps are all ready for another week. Snacks are important to keep up the energy we need to concentrate on decluttering our clients. Being SORTED is our main goal. We were born decluttered. If you need a decluttering call 0418 371 968.
It’s finally cold in Texas ❄️🙌🏻 so I made this delicious Creamy Chicken & Potato Chowder to keep me warm.
It’s hearty and comforting... like the classic baked potato soup we grew up on! Plus it’s got 6 types of veggies in it... so it’s basically healthy AF 💁🏼♀️
IT’S PIZZA TIME! 🍕🍕🍕 WHAT’S YOUR FAV? -
(Via: @ lizhwangbo )
But which pizza to order? I decided to take matter into my own hands and see how many calories each topping has to offer! Take a look ⤵️⤵️⤵️
🔸PEPPERONI PIZZA: Averaging at 430 calories per two slices, Domino’s pepperoni pizza offers more of a dark red (like real meat) with a decent meaty texture. Their sauce has that delivery pizza sweetness with a little kick! I’d say it’s pretty well-seasoned and tastes like real cheese vs fake ones. The extra calories come from their signature greasy crust. 😜
🔸VEGETARIAN PIZZA: Ranging between 400-480 calories, dominos veggie option offers a variety of different ingredients. I asked for a standard vegetarian pizza then added sliced tomatoes and extra cheese 🙊 (calories will be lower if you don’t add the cheese). Probably the best tasting veggie pizza place eith many different veggie friendly options. 👍🏻
🔸HAWAIIAN PIZZA: At 540 calories, Domino’s Hawaiian pizza ranks as one of the highest and the baddest may I add. 😎 Named after Hawaii, invented in Canada, and most popular in Australia, this one comes with bacon, ham, pineapple and roasted red peppers. I generally order one without the bacon and you get slightly less sodium & calories. Worst but also the BEST! TeamHawaiianPizza 🙈😂
🔸CHEESE PIZZA: At around 420-500 calories, Domino’s cheese pizza contains more fat but less sodium which can add up quickly on the meaty pizzas. There is a regular cheese pizza version as well as Domino’s famous 6 cheese pizza which comes with mozzarella, feta, provolone, cheddar, Parmesan and Asiago cheese. This one is a lot higher in fat and calories obviously lol but if you’re a cheese lover..this is all you! 😍🧀 ️ ——
Finally did some food prep for the next week. 5 suppers/breakfasts. I've got other meat, eggs and veg to round out this plus fruit. (I love sweets, but not in the morning.) #mealprep#yummyfood#eatrealfood#foodie
Shaved Brussel sprouts and Polska kielbasa! #mealprep
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Here's a little, post-holiday gift for all of you! The #MediaNocheBuena series is a story told through the eyes of the daughter of flight pursers and in the language that breaks barriers--food.
Read more about this unique holiday experience (link in bio), and nourish your mind and tummy with the following recipes: • D.I.Y. Cheese Board (featuring @buteislandfoods vegan sheeses)
• Lemon-Dill Smoked Salmon Salad
• Nostalgic Bread Pudding
Happy wandering ♡
wasn’t kidding when I said I #resolvetoeatmorepasta 🍝
we’ve been talking about the cacio e pepe we had in rome since we got back from our honeymoon, and 5 months later I finally recreated it.
PASTA CACIO E PEPE 🧀
1 box @eatbanza linguini
3 T olive oil
3/4 C freshly grated parmesan
1/2 C freshly grated pecorino
LOTS of fresh cracked pepper
fill a large pot with water and a sprinkle of salt.
bring to a boil, and add pasta.
cook pasta for 8 minutes, then drain, reserving 1/2 cup of the water.
while your pasta cooks, heat olive oil in a large pan, and crack pepper into the oil.
add pasta water to the oil mixture and bring to a simmer.
turn burner to low, add pasta and parmesan into the pan, and toss until the cheese has melted.
add pecorino and stir until melted and well combined.
serve topped with a little extra cheese and pepper.
this is definitely a bit more indulgent than our usual banza with veggies, but it was a perfect weekend treat with a glass of cab 🍷
5 1416 minutes ago
Didn’t Know 2 Shakes A Day, 1 Healthy Meal, And Snacks In Between Will Lead To Not Just A Banging BODY But A Family That I Will Forever Be By My Side Pushing Me To Continue Dreaming, Never Give Up, And Holding Me Accountable Every Step Of The Way. 😭🙏🏽🔥👑
I’m Truly In Love With Herbalife & And The Family That Came With It. ❤️
back from the most incredible week in Peru! missing everything about Peruvian food, weather, and people, but excited to be back in the kitchen!
Been having this a lot lately because it’s just TOO GOOD. Zucchini and Sweet Potato noodles with a little Angel Hair Pasta and Bourbon Chicken!!
Marinate the chicken in 1/3 c honey mustard, 1/3 c teriyaki sauce, little splash of white wine, salt and pepper to taste, minced garlic, and red pepper flakes.
Cook in a skillet over high heat for 8-10 mins .
For the noodles, start by sautéing half an onion and half a strip of chopped turkey bacon over medium heat. Add 1/4 c white wine and 1/4 c Marsala wine. Allow it to reduce for a few mins before adding about 1/4 of the chicken marinade.
Mix in 1/3 c zucchini noodles, 1/3 c sweet potato noodles, and 1/3 c cooked angel hair pasta.
Cook over medium heat for about 5 mins
how yummy do these banana blueberry pancakes look?? Thanks, @nessmartinss !!
1 mashed banana
1/3 cup of oats .
Use a food processor to make the oats into oat flour
While this is happening, mash up a banana and mix in the egg.
Mix in the oat flour.
Add whatever toppings you want! Cook on medium heat ~2-3 mins/side
This berry topping was in my story the other day- frozen berries and 1/2 tsp agave reduced on the stove.
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another Gianni and Banza combo coming at ya! I’ve been making these a lot lately because both are so easy to make during a busy day and together they make a really filling and healthy lunch!
1 serving @eatbanza cavatappi
1/8-1/4 c @traderjoes kale and basil pesto
Added 1/2 tsp salt, 1 tsp garlic powder, and a sprinkle of red pepper flakes to the pesto
Served with one of @giannis_chickenburgers jalapeño popper patties! This one’s plate-licking good
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The point of consuming food is to remain alive. The point of controlling one’s intake of food is to manage physique and overall health. The point of consuming fewer calories is to reduce body fat across one’s composition. But one constant in all of the above should be one’s enjoyment of food.
When an individual embarks on fat loss, each of the above are important. One must enjoy their energy consumption, be aware of energy intake in relation to their energy output, and consistently ensure that hat they are in a state of sustainable caloric deficit. To ensure progress, one may have to change and adjust their dietary habits. But instead of completely changing one’s diet, adherence may be more likely if one makes small changes over time. For example: consuming the same volume of lower calorie foods/drinks that are essentially the same foods/drinks.
This graphic shows two groups of foods/drinks. One group contains over double the calorie amount of the other, yet quantity of both remains the same (apart from the freddo). Crucially, the lower calorie versions resemble the same taste/experiment as their high calorie counterparts (or very similar).
Whilst consumption of lower calorie versions may not be immediately significant, they can be over a period of time. For example, if one swapped daily consumption of 300ml of whole milk for semi skimmed milk for 1 year, they would consume 17520 fewer calories whilst experiencing is minimally compromised.
One must make an informed choice in the knowledge that lower calorie items may contain less of a particular macronutrient. And in the case of low calorie beverages, awareness that sweeteners are included.
Losing fat is not straightforward. It requires a change of habits. But if an individual recognizes opportunities to make small changes which reap big long term rewards, it’s seems short sighted not to take them.
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How to make chicken not suck! 🍗 (swipe to see ingredients in each marinade)
Looking to switch up your chicken routine? I got you covered. These combos are simple and easy to whip up for the week. In the photo, I’m using my silicone, reusable, dishwasher safe @stasherbag to marinade the chicken to help cut down on my use of plastic for the environment and for me!
What to do:
1. Combine ingredients in a bowl.
2. Place chicken and marinade a bag.
3. Marinade in fridge for 2 hours.
4. Bake for 25 min @ 450 degrees for a 7oz breast
Below are the marinades. Each makes 1 serving, multiply for each chicken breast you have.
1 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp honey
1/4 cup cilantro leaves chopped
1 clove garlic minced
Sea salt to taste
Coconut Curry :
1/2 cup full fat coconut milk
1 tbsp red curry paste
1 tbsp curry powder
Sea salt to tase
Jalapeño Lime Marinade
1 tbsp avocado oil
1-2 jalapeños, cut
Sea salt to taste
1 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp minced ginger
1/8 tsp red pepper flake
Sea salt to taste
Credit @meowmeix ✨
Inspired by sweetpeasandsaffron.com & eatthegains.com
#cleaneating#healthyeating#nutrition#cleaneats#mealprep#chicken#foodprep # #fitfood#protein#weightloss#mealplan#paleo#meat#dinner#healthychoices#mealprepsunday#spicy#healthyfood#mealprepping#macros#chickenwings#mealprepmonday
GARLIC BUTTER CHICKEN WITH PARMESAN CAULIFLOWER RICE 🍛😋 JOIN👉 @shreddedacademy
Recipe credit📸 @eatwell101
* 2 large boneless and skinless chicken breasts halved horizontally to make 4
* 1/2 cup fresh Parmesan, finely grated
* Salt and fresh cracked pepper
* 2 large cloves garlic, grated
* 1 teaspoon paprika
* 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
* 4 tablespoons unsalted butter divided
For the cauliflower rice
* 3 cups riced cauliflower (about 1 medium head)
* 1/2 cup white onion, chopped
* 2 large cloves garlic minced
* 2 tablespoons vegetable stock
* Juice of one lemon (+ zest, if you like)
* Red chili pepper flakes, optional
* 1/4 cup fresh parsley, chopped
1. In a shallow plate, combine parmesan cheese, grated garlic, paprika, and Italian seasoning. Season the chicken with salt and pepper; dredge in the parmesan mixture; shake off excess and set aside.
2. In a large skillet melt 2 tablespoons of butter over medium-high heat. Cook chicken until golden on each side and cooked through – about 3-4 minutes for each side, depending on the thickness of your chicken. Transfer to a plate.
The cauliflower rice
1. In the same pan, melt 2 tablespoons of butter. Fry the garlic and onion for 1 minute until fragrant — be careful not to burn.
2. Add the riced cauliflower to the skillet and stir to mix everything together well and coat in melted butter. Cook, stirring regularly for 1 minute.
3. Stir in the 2 tablespoons vegetable stock, about half the parsley, and lemon zest (if using). Cook for one minute to reduce juices then add the lemon juice and a few sprinkles of leftover parmesan cheese, if you like.
4. Adjust seasoning as needed. Stir in the remaining parsley. Return chicken over cauliflower rice and reheat quickly. Serve with fresh cracked black pepper, red chili pepper flakes, and more parmesan. Enjoy!❤️
🇺🇸 Green Day of Eats 🍃 Sharing another full day of eats from a few weeks ago 😋 If you’re interested all the recipes for these are in previous posts 💫 Happy weekend guys!
🇫🇷 Journée Complète de Food 🍃 Partage d’une journée dans mon assiette d’il y a quelques semaines 😋 Les recettes sont détaillées dans de précédents posts 😊 Bonne soirée à tous !