My Weekly Weight Watchers Menu Meal Plan: August 6 – 12, 2012

Panier "bio" by jalb / photo on flickrby Heather Robertson

Keep steadily before you the fact that all true success depends at last upon yourself.
–Theodore T. Hunger

This week’s healthy eating tip: Fill up half of your plate with veggies and fruits before you add any other foods.

I hope you enjoy this week’s menu!

Please share any of your favorite recipes in the comments section below!

Breakfast Meals

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Lunch Meals

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  • Salad:
    • leftover rotisserie crockpot chicken
    • hard boiled egg
    • lettuce
    • tomato
    • cucumber
    • carrots
    • light dressing
  • Egg Salad (to view this recipe, go about half way down the post. I’ll serve this on whole wheat bread for the kiddos and lettuce for me.)

Dinner Meals

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  • Breakfast Dinner
  • Heart-shaped chocolate chip banana pancakes (Our pancake “hearts” may be more round than heart shaped.☺)
  • Egg white skillet:
    • egg whites
    • olive oil
    • green pepper
    • onion
    • reduced fat cheese
    • hashbrowns
  • Date-night dinner (It’s an “at-home” date this week!)
  • Leftover night


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  • Sugar-free, fat-free yogurt
  • Reduced fat cheese sticks

After losing 170 pounds by changing her mindset, developing healthier eating habits, and making exercise part of her lifestyle, Heather decided she wanted to help others who struggled along their weight loss journey. Along with her hubby, Joel, they founded and the extremely popular Half Size Me Show podcast.

5 comments on “My Weekly Weight Watchers Menu Meal Plan: August 6 – 12, 2012
  1. Julie says:

    I just took an introductory to body pump today… I think I am going to really like it..
    I watched a Zumba class and all that jumping around is not for me!
    Thank you for recommending body pump, I had never heard of it. I walk to take care of the cardiovascular exercise. I think this will help round out what I need to be doing.

  2. HeatherRobertson says:

    Hi Julie! I am so happy to hear you liked Body Pump. It is a great class that produces great results. Good for you on finding something that works for you! Keep me posted on how you are doing. Thank you!

  3. Cathy says:

    Thanks for the tip of the zucchini tots, I posted on to let her know how much I enjoyed them. It was great to have something tasty. I get in such a rut of heating up some canned corn or frozen veges. This was great and so easy.

  4. HeatherRobertson says:

    Hey Cathy! I loved the tots! I usually roast my zucchini with a little olive oil, red onion, carrots and mushrooms at 425 degrees for 15 minutes turn them over often. The roasting makes them taste awesome. It also works with sweet potato and butternut squash! Take care!

  5. Cathy says:

    Thanks for the tip. I have a Cuisinart grill (for inside) and I grill my zucchini with a little olive oil. I love zucchini but it is not my family’s fav, however, they do like it grilled and DH did love the tots. (yahoo!!) Also, great podcast recently. I listen to all the podcasts over and over each day to keep me from binge eating. Really helps.