I’ve got my eye on the Puzzle Pieces Dress, I’m waiting for it to get discounted just a little bit more. Hey, I’m a thrifty shopper, what can I say.
Today I read a ton of vegetarian recipes on the Internet. So many looked so delicious, I wanted to try almost everything I saw. So I decided to invite my family over for dinner. I made a yummy dinner of bruschetta for an appetizer, roasted vegetables (zucchini, yellow squash, eggplant and onion) as a side dish and for the main course, a recipe I found today, Cauliflower Cake. Everything was absolutely delicious. I would definitely recommend giving the recipe a try. I have included the a link to the recipe. I have also included some pictures for you all to see.
Here is the approximate nutritional facts:
Cal – 303
Total fat – 15.9g
Saturated – 5.8g
Polyunsaturated – 2.2g
Monounsaturated – 5.9g
Trans – 0g
Cholesterol – 323 mg
Sodium – 384.6 mg
Potassium – 163 mg
Total Carbs – 21.5g
Dietary Fiber – 3.4g
Sugars – 2.1g
Protein – 20.2 g
Vitamin A 13%
Vitamin C 64.6%
I plan on trying this recipe tomorrow. I will let you know how it is and share some pictures.
I’m trying to incorporate more vegetables in my diet, so if you have any great recipes, please share them with me!
Check out this Yummy recipe. I am definitely going to try it this weekend.
Here are my first set of goals I want to accomplish on my reshaping journey.
- Lose 6 lbs
- Incorporate more vegetarian meals into my diet
- Prepare my meals for the week in advance, every Sunday
Completed by August 1, 2012
Every month I will add a new set of goals to be completed. So stayed tuned to see the results of my first set of Goals.
What goals have you created for yourself? Tell me.
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