Eating low carb fast food on the go, easy low carb meals at home, low carb chocolate & a GREAT low carb restaurant meal.
That’s what I’ve had for the last three days. Plus I’ve finally lost another pound! 🙂
I started back on my exercise as well since my last update. It’s SO nice to be back on a roll with that…
Here’s what I’ve been eating if you need some low carb meal inspiration. Below is a complete photo tour of my low carb meals the last three days, plus my MyFitnessPal diaries so you can see how I logged each of those meals.
Wednesday’s Low Carb Meals
I had a candy bar for breakfast! (lol)
It was a sugar free, gluten free, keto friendly low carb Coco Polo candy bar – and I did eat raw pecans with it for extra health points. 😉 Have you tried this one yet??
It was really delicious. I was impressed actually. Just the right amount of “cocoa bite” in a rich creamy milk chocolate bar. Mmm 🙂 2 thumbs up!!
I was out running errands later so I grabbed a quick lunch from McDonald’s drive-thru. Thank goodness for their new All Day Breakfast menu! I got “3 sausage patties and 3 fried round eggs please” (and ordered it just like that).
For dinner I made a HUGE plate of cheesy eggs: 4 eggs scrambled in real butter with 2 ounces of colby jack cheese (cubed off the block) with a little salt & pepper.
Here’s how I logged my meals for Wednesday:
Thursday’s Low Carb Meals
I made my usual “cereal” for breakfast, which is: 1/2 cup pecan pieces, 1/4 cup Daisy Brand cottage cheese, and 4 small strawberries. Then I decided to add 2 TBSP of the PowerBlend Coconut Goji I got in my last Keto Krate to it. 🙂 I love that stuff!!
Thursday was a busy day of consulting and I had very little time between clients, so I made another bowl of “cereal” (without the PowerBlend) for lunch:
Then for dinner that night I had the most amazing low carb meal at Ruby Tuesday. It’s the Double Decker Chicken (2 breasts layered with baby bella mushrooms & bacon, parmesan cream sauce & shaved asiago cheese) with steamed green beans & grilled zucchini. 🙂 Delicious!
I couldn’t eat all of that, so I brought about half of it home to enjoy the next day.;)
Here’s how I logged my meals for Thursday:
Friday’s Low Carb Meals
I had the other half of my low carb Coco Polo candy bar for breakfast with pecans – again. 🙂 That was really good together!
For lunch I had my leftovers from Ruby Tuesday the night before, plus the other half of my date’s Lemon Parm Tilapia that he put in my take-out box too.
That made for a GREAT meal.
I went out dancing on Friday night, so I grabbed a low carb cheeseburger from Hardee’s on the way real quick.
I got it plain with cheese so it wouldn’t drip on my little black dress in the car. 🙂
I know the burger is blurry… but it wasn’t blurry in real life, lol.
I ended up drinking FIVE low carb beers while out dancing that night. 😳 Eek! They were Michelob Ultra 12oz beers, at 2.6 carbs each.
Here’s my MyFitnessPal Food Diary for Friday:
Macronutrients: Simple Explanation Of Low Carb Macros
How To Get A Net Carbs Column in MyFitnessPal
Net Carbs: 30
Total Carbs: 46
Protein: 91 grams
68% Fat / 24% Protein
Water: 48 ounces
Wowsa, dancing in 5 inch heels 👠 is GREAT exercise, lol. 🙂 My calves and hips were really feeling THOSE Fitbit steps the next morning!!! Some of the steps were after midnight of course, for a total of just over 8,000+ steps on my fitbit.
I was glad to wake up a pound later, which means my “weight loss hold” finally lifted. The key is to just power through those days on end where the scales don’t move!
It was especially nice to see that loss the morning after intense exercise – which usually causes the scales not to move for a few days due to “muscle recovery”. So no telling if it would have dropped more without that!
Anyway, it’s NICE to be MAKING myself get back on a roll with exercise. And FUN exercise at that, like dancing. 🙂 Today I had to give my lower body (hips & legs a break – lol – so I did Tricep Dips at home.
How are things going for you this week?
Leave a comment & let’s talk. 🙂
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