So, we actually had this for dinner a couple days ago. Last night, we were out shopping and ending up grabbing a few burgers. THEY WERE SO GOOD, and they didn’t really hurt us too badly calorie-wise. At Wendy’s, we each got 2 99 cent Jr Cheeseburgers. They’re only 250 calories each, so they’re not too bad as long as you get them without fries. Calorie-wise chili is better at Wendy’s if you need to get a side. Later, Brian got a kid’s meal at McDonald’s, because we wanted the Kung Fu Panda toy that came with it. With a diet coke, that wasn’t too terrible either. He actually got to eat some fries!
Garlic Pasta and Chicken Dippers is really easy. Chicken Dippers is just a chicken breast with lemon juice, garlic salt, onion powder, fresh cracked black pepper, and McCormick’s Fiery 5 Pepper spice quickly baked in a little toaster-oven and cut into little pieces for dipping into a variety of sauces. To make Garlic Pasta, we just cooked 2 servings of 180 calorie wheat pasta and fried it in a pan with 1 serving of 50 calorie “fake butter” and 2, 5-calorie servings of garlic.
Brian= +2,841 Lisa= -4,087
|100 Calorie Pack||0||100|
|Fruit by the Foot||0||80|
|Total Calories Consumed:||1,090||1,090|
|# of Steps||7,738||12,896|
|# of calories for steps||271||451|
|# calories living||1,440||1,440|
|Total Calories Burned||1,711||1,891|
|Net Effect for Day||-621||-801|