Weekly Menu Plan: April 23 – 30, 2012

Peanut Butter Cup Heart | Photo credit: Robert Fornal, Flickr, Creative Commonsby Heather Robertson

Thanks to Chelsea on Facebook for telling me about a blog where I can find great recipes! It’s called Peanut butter fingers. I really love it and  it has lots of yummy things to try.

I’m always on the look out for more healthy, family-friendly recipes.

Please let me know of your favorite cooking or recipe blogs and I’ll start mentioning them on the weekly Weight Watchers menus.

Have a great week!

Breakfast Meals

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Lunch Meals

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  • Salad:
    • leftover, crock pot salsa chicken
    • black beans
    • tomatoes
    • lettuce
    • corn
    • light sour cream
    • LOTS of cilantro!
  • Egg salad (After clinking the link, scroll down the page to see the recipe.)
  • Black bean burger
    • Salad

Dinner Meals

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  • Pizza (It’s take out night!) 🙂
  • Breakfast dinner
    • Omelet: bellpepper, onions, egg whites, reduced fat cheese
    • hashbrowns
    • bacon
    • Weight Watcher 1 Point Pancakes Best Ever (These are a little more then 1 point per pancake. I calculated it, and based on the new Points Plus for 3 pancakes it is 5 Points Plus. That is still good for pancakes!)
  • Crock pot salsa chicken (Double the recipe so you’ll have leftovers to use for lunch and taco salad on another night)
    • Brown rice
    • black beans
    • corn
    • Light Sour cream
  • Taco salad
    • leftover Crock pot salsa Chicken
    • lettuce
    • tomato
    • Light sour cream
    • black beans
    • corn
  • Leftover night (We have at least one “leftover night” every week to clear out the fridge and prevent wasting food.)


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  • Fat-free, sugar-free pudding
  • Air popcorn

Heather Robertson author bio

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 HalfSizeMe.com and the extremely popular Half Size Me Show podcast.

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