3 Ryvita crackerbread - 57 calories
9 grams of Philadelphia Extra Light - 10 calories
36 grams of Sundried Tomatoes (canned, drained) - 55 calories
Lunch - 126 calories
1 can of Chicken Noodle Soup (Heinz) - 126 calories
Dinner - 218 calories
Smoked Salmon Pate - 123 calories
- 50 grams Smoked Salmon (90 calories)
- 20 grams of Philadelphia Extra Light (22 calories)
- 1 tablespoon of Chives (1 calorie)
- 2 Lemon wedges (4 calories)
- 5 grams of Horseradish sauce (6 calories)
5 Ryvita crackerbread - 95 calories
Snacks - 34 calories
2 Seafood sticks - 34 calories
Grand total - 500 calories (exactly!)
And how did it go?
It looks a bit Ryvita + Philadelphia heavy, but it was actually the easiest day so far. Breakfast was a variation of the bruschetta I made the other day with grilled peppers. A good thing to play around with ingredients. Lunch was a bit uninventive, I'll admit, but it did its job on a very cold day here in London. I am usually a cook-from-scratch sort of person, but for the purposes of this diet, I figured it would be best if I knew exactly how many calories went in there. At the same time, the whole purpose of this diet is to be healthy and I'm not sure canned soup is the best thing for that, so I am feeling a bit guilty (yes, guilty over canned soup. This is what going to Catholic school does to you). Camila gave me the recipe for dinner, and it was so good I am actually going to make this on "feed days" as well. Another great idea to toy with ingredients, I'm thinking about doing a Sundried Tomatoes pate.
I will let you know how it goes, as usual!