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#1 of 8 Old 10-22-2007, 02:38 PM - Thread Starter
 
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i want...
a toasted bagel with cream cheese
butternut squash soup
a veggie sub with lots of cheese and brown mustard
belgian waffles with lots of butter and syrup
stuffed french toast
swedish pancakes
scrambled eggs with cheese and spinach
and hot chocolate...
i think im done for now.

why am i so hungry?


oh and a wheat-less waffle sandwich with almond butter and mixed berry jelly
with a fruit smoothie
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i just really want some fresh pineapple.
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i want...
a toasted bagel with cream cheese
butternut squash soup
a veggie sub with lots of cheese and brown mustard
belgian waffles with lots of butter and syrup
stuffed french toast
swedish pancakes
scrambled eggs with cheese and spinach
and hot chocolate...
i think im done for now.

why am i so hungry?


oh and a wheat-less waffle sandwich with almond butter and mixed berry jelly
with a fruit smoothie
oh, that is so funny! When I was pregnant with Nicolas, I had a toasted bagel with veggie cream cheese and capers every day. With Noah, I LOOOOVED sandwiches with spicy brown mustard. I adored stuffed french toast with both of them, and with this one, I have been eating scrambled eggs with ricotta and spinach at least 3 times a week. I'm thinking about mixing it up with feta though.

That's great!

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I'm basically back to my pregnancy diet...

brussels sprouts
cereal with whole milk
whole milk yogurt (yes, I tend to have major dairy fat cravings)

Yes, that's what's for dinner. My husband thinks I'm weird. But then, he always has.

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I'm basically back to my pregnancy diet...

brussels sprouts
cereal with whole milk
whole milk yogurt (yes, I tend to have major dairy fat cravings)

Yes, that's what's for dinner. My husband thinks I'm weird. But then, he always has.
I've always been a HUGE brussels sprouts lover... but.. i don't think i could handle them right now :/
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Darn, you guys made me remember the stuffed french toast recipe I have. Using chocolate bars.

Last pregnancy I made lots of s'mores. We have two wood stoves, so finding coals was pretty easy half the time.

This time... I'm currently in the junk food phase. I've eaten McD's food twice in the last two weeks. Before that, it had been years, yes years, since I'd eaten anything from there. My 4yo never knew what a Happy Meal was until just recently. Darn pregnancy.

When the stomach permits, I've been quite a fan of BLT's... A cheesy corn chowder I make... But now it's time to clear out all the leftovers from the fridge. Fun.

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BAGELS!! But not jsut any bagels- very specific bagels from a little bakery ALL the way on the other side of town! Along with their fresh huckleberry cream cheese! I went and bought a half dozen yesterday, and at this point I am considering buying at least a dozen every week and freezing them! YUM!!

Oh, and also chocolate milk- with EVERYTHING (especially mexican!)!
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I just had potstickers. They were really good too.

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