Later on I had an apple and three easy peelers and it all came to 340 calories
And then I totally forgot to take a photo of dinner until I uploaded the photos and found it was not there. I decided not to add any more veg to the onion, pepper and mushroom in the Hunter's chicken sauce to make it a one=pot and It went down a treat. No room for anything else. 403 calories.
B: Tropical porridge
Pineapple and coconut skinny syrup makes a delicious porridge.
SW: one healthy extra B, half an A
L: Leftovers curry; fruit
I have a fair number of leftovers - baked beans, passata and a little bit of salmon plus some asparagus stalks that look fairly nice and tender, even though the tips have gone (into yesterday's quiche).
I thought I'd try a throw it all in together sort of thing with bits of this and that from the freezer and fridge. Onion, pepper, mushroom, corn, peas - that sort of stuff - and I have a vegetable curry spice mix to spice it all up. I might strain the baked beans a bit.
It might work, it might be horrible. I'll let you know.
(and I think I will cook the asparagus stalks separately, just to see. I hate them 'woody'.)
SW: It should be all speed and free, I think
A rough estimate is around 400 calories but I won't know for sure until I have measured everything that I am 'throwing' in. I'll work it all out when I've made it.
D: Slimwell pork and red pepper sausage and bean casserole; toffee cherry ice cream
I've had this ready meal before and rather liked it. It's a huge portion and I won't need anything else with in - indeed, there might be leftovers for tomorrow's lunch
The 'ice cream' is just some toffee yogurt and some frozen cherries zizzed together. It goes into a semi-frozen 'mush' and is rather nice.
SW: six and a half syns and half a syn for the yogurt
Body Magic: day 45 of the 100 day challenge: personal training today.
half a healthy extra A
one healthy extra B
around 1200 calories, estimated