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post #41 of 147
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Originally Posted by mamabella View Post
...You can also take white beans and make bean dip for veggies, toasted pita, etc. by throwing the beans, garlic, lemon juice, sea salt, and tahini in a food processor (I use a magic bullet).'
Loooove my Magic Bullet! I have my old standby big Cuisinart mixer that I still use for hummus, veggies burgers, pesto, dough...but between smoothies, applesauce, soups, baby food, etc. the MB gets used at least daily! I actually own two .
post #42 of 147
For beans, how about chili? That's always my favorite. Or enchiladas.
post #43 of 147
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Originally Posted by Linzie2 View Post
I'm going to start eating oatmeal for breakfast every morning just to help with milk supply. I need ideas for yummy toppings.....besides loads of brown sugar or maple syrup!!
My knockout oatmeal recipe for milk production:

Cook steel-cut or traditional rolled oats in water according to package directions. Add fresh or frozen fruit and sweeten with blackstrap molasses. Top with toasted slivered almonds.

(I always did mine in the microwave and even steel-cut oats don't take long!)
post #44 of 147
For lunch today, I had 4 FOUR slices of multi grain toast with butter.
FOUR.

I could eat about 4 more.

LOL
post #45 of 147
Thread Starter 
so far i've had a banana.

i feel yuck today tho. i was totally dry heaving earlier. is that ok to say on the food thread?
post #46 of 147

Savory Pancakes

I originally got this recipe from an old Family Fun magazine that I was looking through at the dentist's office. I changed it a bit by using whole wheat flour instead of white and I use soymilk instead of milk. You may need to double or triple the recipe. This recipe is barely enough for three of us.

1/2 cup whole wheat flour
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
1 egg
1/4 cup milk or soymilk
1 cup grated carrots
1 cup grated zucchini
2 green onions, sliced

Stir together dry ingredients. Mix together egg and milk/soymilk, then add carrots, zucchini, and onions. Combine wet ingredients with dry. Fry up in skillet, using a little oil. Serve with salsa, sour cream, cottage cheese, etc.

Enjoy!
post #47 of 147
Well I just got done eating a super-sized Carls Jr guaco cheese burger, fries, and diet coke!! I NEVER eat stuff like that!! I know its early but with my girls I ALWAYS wanted sweets, this time its hearty foods *do I hear blue booties* lol
post #48 of 147
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Originally Posted by morganstar83 View Post
Well I just got done eating a super-sized Carls Jr guaco cheese burger, fries, and diet coke!! I NEVER eat stuff like that!! I know its early but with my girls I ALWAYS wanted sweets, this time its hearty foods *do I hear blue booties* lol
Aha! I've never wanted sweets, but this time I'm craving fruit! And with all 3 boys I enjoyed hearty sandwiches. I hope it's pink booties for me (or purple, I'm not a pink fan actually ) and blue for you!!!
post #49 of 147
Nov. 8 --
breakfast: oatmeal with almond milk & agave nectar; a pear; tea.
snack: peanuts; wasabi peas; vegetable juice.
lunch: Indian vegetable pattie over brown rice; an orange.
snacks: peanuts; big salad.
dinner: eating out Mexican--vegetable burrito w/rice, black beans, vegetables, salsa verde & guacamole.
snack: pumpkin pecan muffin; tea.
post #50 of 147
I have been eating a mix of good and bad...McDonald's (just once!) and this morning 8 sausage links and 2 toaster strudels... but I also eat tons of pomegranates and clementines and grapefruits and avocado's, and try to cook healthy meals. I have this serious issue with having to eat out for lunch though...
post #51 of 147
thanks for the suggestions on the beans -- still contemplating options as I went and made lentil stew for dinner last night. tonight, I'll finally get to the baked mac and cheese and prolly make a bean and veggie salad to go with it.
post #52 of 147
I got a box of clemintines today. All is right with the world now
post #53 of 147
Yum! Can someone come to my house and cook? I work(3 days a week) and DH is a SAHD. He does a good job cooking most of the time but I'm going to have to come up with a grocery list after reading this thread!

We recently bought that Deceptively Delicious cookbook. You know, with recipes that work vegetable purees into kid friendly food. He's been trying a lot of those lately. Not bad.
post #54 of 147
I have chili in the crockpot and it smells SO good. Lots of kidney beans and organic ground beef--YUM.

I have been craving cherry pie so last night at the store I bought a whole pie, a can of cherry pie filling, and 2 cans of tart pie cherries!
post #55 of 147
ok, here's the sweet potato dish i made the other night. it's from Betty Crocker's Veg Cooking

West African Sweet Potato Supper
1tbsp olive oil
1 med onion, sliced and separated into rings
1/4c. creamy peanut butter
1tsp chili powder
1/2tsp ground dried ginger
1/2tsp salt
1/4tsp cayenne pepper
3 lg sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into 1/2in cubes (about 4c.)
2 cans (14.5oz ea) diced tomatoes with roasted garlic, undrained (if you can't find ones with garlic, just get plain and add a couple cloves of crushed garlic)
1 can (15oz) great northern beans, undrained
1 can (15oz) corn, drained (you can also use 1 1/2c. fresh or frozen corn)

1.heat oil in 4qt dutch oven over med-high head. cook onion in oil, stirring frequently, until tender.
2. stir in remaining ingredients. heat to boiling; reduce heat to med-low. cover and cook about 20-25min, stirring occasionally, until potatoes are tender. serve over couscous or rice.

i made stuffed butternut squash for dinner tonight. it's a recipie i got off of the vegetarian time's website, and it was soooooo good! here's a link.
post #56 of 147
breakfast- scrambled eggs
lunch- annies mac and cheese
dinner- waiting on the butternut squash soup (home made) man my house smells wonderful right now! I can't wait till its done, I keep going in to the kitchen to take big whiffs

a few crackers as snacks and an apple with peanut butter. I don't think I am eating enough but I have zero appetite right now, so I'm forcing myself to eat in between the waves of nausea
post #57 of 147
Man, I keep reading about this nausea....Just not feeling it yet! Makes me nervous, tho!

I stopped at the store tonight and picked up some yummy snacks to have on hand. You guys are great inspirations! Got some yummy nuts, WW bagels, and real ginger cookies (for when that m/s does show up!!)

LOVE this thread!
post #58 of 147
Nov. 9 --
breakfast: pumpkin pecan muffin; lemon soy yogurt; oj.
snack: carrots; peanuts.
lunch: leftover 1/2 vegetable bean burrito; chocolate almond/hemp milk.
snack: 1 slice flax toast with peanut butter; a banana.
dinner: 1 slice of pizza; ww pasta with creamy kale sauce; spinach salad.
snack: tomato-basil crackers.
post #59 of 147
Thread Starter 
i am not feeling so hot today, but the kids were starving so we had eggs, tempeh-facon and cheese rolled up in some warm ww flatbread. it was really good.

i also got a box of clementines thanks to this thread. i can't stop eating those little dudes. it's like candy !
post #60 of 147
Nov. 10 --
breakfast: a banana; peanuts.
snack: an apple; wasabi peas.
lunch: vegetable bean barley soup; sesame tofu & broccoli over ramen noodles.
snack: an orange; a banana.
dinner: "salad" ww wrap; 3 slices pizza.
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