Monday, March 24, 2014

Trim Healthy Mamma Sample Menu

I just started on my Trim Healthy Mama life style change program. I have asked many a person for sample days that they use and also for sample weekly menu to help me get started on this overwhelming change in eating. I have been following Trim Healthy Mama on their facebook and I have to admit that I get stuck on what I should and should not eat and how much and is this a "E", :S" or "FP" meal. Hopefully this sample menu will be as much of a help to you as it was to me. I really wish I could remember who I got this from soI could give them proper credit, but I simply dont. :( I rally dislike using someone else hard work without them getting the proper due and respect they deserve.

Sample Menu:

Day 1:
Breakfast – Scrambled eggs and bacon, coffee with stevia, vanilla, and unsweetened almond milk added – S
Lunch – Romaine salad with chicken bread on top, and Ranch salad spritzer or “light” Ranch dressing that has been watered down – FP
Snack – 1 whole pita bread cut in two and crisped in the oven or microwave, then spread with a wedge of Laughing Cow cream cheese – FP
Dinner – For dinners I usually eat the meat that I fix for the meal and the vegetable (except if it is corn or potatoes), then add a romaine salad or cooked broccoli on the side – S
Snack – Chocolate Cake – FP
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Day 2:
Breakfast – Pumpkin Pie Cake, and coffee with stevia, vanilla, and unsweetened almond milk added – FP
Lunch – 1 whole pita cut in half and filled with mayonnaise, fat-free lunch meat, and lettuce – S
Snack – Fat Stripping Frappe – FP
Dinner - For dinners I usually eat the meat that I fix for the meal and the vegetable (except if it is corn or potatoes), then add a romaine salad or cooked broccoli on the side – S
Snack - Spice Cake - FP
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Day 3:
Breakfast – Fat Stripping Frappe – FP
Lunch - 1% Cottage Cheese & Berries, with added vanilla and stevia – FP
Snack - Chocolate Peanut Butter Chia Pudding - FP
Dinner - For dinners I usually eat the meat that I fix for the meal and the vegetable (except if it is corn or potatoes), then add a romaine salad or cooked broccoli on the side – S
Snack – Chocolate Chip Cookies – S
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Day 4:
Breakfast – Oatmeal - E
Lunch - Sandwich made with Bread in a Mug then filled with mayo, mustard, fat-free lunch meat or tuna/egg salad, and lettuce – S
Snack – Choco Pudding – FP
Dinner - For dinners I usually eat the meat that I fix for the meal and the vegetable (except if it is corn or potatoes), then add a romaine salad or cooked broccoli on the side – S
Snack - Chocolate Cake - FP
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Day 5:
Breakfast – Chocolate Muffin in a Mug & Berries – S
Lunch - Fat Stripping Frappa – FP
Snack - 1 whole pita bread cut in two and crisped in the oven or microwave, then spread with a wedge of Laughing Cow cream cheese – FP
Dinner - For dinners I usually eat the meat that I fix for the meal and the vegetable (except if it is corn or potatoes), then add a romaine salad or cooked broccoli on the side – S
Snack – Fudgy No-Bake Cookies – S
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Day 6:
Breakfast – Breakfast Cobbler – S
Lunch – 1/2 Lavash Bread spread with mayo, mustard, fat-free lunch meat, and lettuce, then rolled up – S
Snack – Chocolate Peanut Butter Chia Pudding – FP
Dinner - For dinners I usually eat the meat that I fix for the meal and the vegetable (except if it is corn or potatoes), then add a romaine salad or cooked broccoli on the side – S
Snack – Rich Chocolate Fudge - S
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Day 7:
Breakfast – Spice Cake – FP
Lunch – Apple Pie Smoothie or Caramel Apple Smoothie – E
Snack - 1% Cottage Cheese & Berries, with added vanilla and stevia – FP
Dinner - For dinners I usually eat the meat that I fix for the meal and the vegetable (except if it is corn or potatoes), then add a romaine salad or cooked broccoli on the side – S
Snack – Ice Cream
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As you can see, I have a hard time incorporating “E” meals into my week so that is something I need to work on more. But I hope this helps you to see in a small snap-shot how a week’s meals can look. Now this isn’t all I eat, but just some ideas that I wrote down. I have lots more recipes that I have been using and incorporating into our menus, but I just wanted to give you a 7-day sample.
Oh..and if you can’t tell…I like chocolate :)!

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Trim Healthy Momma Shopping List
Many have asked where to buy some of the ingredients mentioned in the THM book, so I decided to put my own Trim Healthy Mama shopping list up for everyone. While a lot of these foods can be found at your local grocery store or health food store, some can not. Some people prefer to order online instead of running around looking for these items. I hope this is a help to you as you join the Trim Healthy Mama journey!

Oat fiber (The best price on this is at Netrition…just follow this link!)
Coconut Flour
Coconut Oil (I buy this at Walmart)
Almond Flour
Glucomannan
Truvia
NuNaturals Pure White Stevia Powder
Erythritol
Chia Seeds
Whey protein powder
Chana Dal Beans
Flax seeds (I buy in bulk and grind in a coffee bean grinder.)
Joseph’s Pita Bread (I buy this at Walmart)
Joseph’s Lavash Bread (I buy this at Walmart)
Unsweetened Almond Milk (I love the Silk brand, and I buy this at Walmart)
0% Greek Yogurt-unsweetened (I buy this at Walmart)
1% cottage cheese (I buy this at Walmart)
Egg whites (I buy this at Walmart)
Defatted Peanut Flour
Whole Psyllium Husk Powder
Laughing Cow Light Cheese Wedges (I buy this at Walmart)
Light Progresso Soups (I buy this at Walmart..lots of different varieties to choose from)
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