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Low low calorie breakfast, lunch, or dinner!

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Old 05-26-2011, 10:28 AM
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You can purchase pita pockets, lavash, or tortilla's like Pita Bread - Low Carb Breads - Low Carb Pita - Nutrition Bread - Flax Omega 3 Pita Bread and put just about a million things in them.

1 pita-60 calories...
I like to put in canned chunk light tuna... 100 calories for the whole can.
Some plain coleslaw... adds on about 5 calories.
One slice of fat free cheese, split in half, one half for each side of pita pocket, adds 25 calories.
1 tblsp. kraft fat free ranch dressing 25 calories split between the two halves again.
1 tsp. yellow mustard... 5 cal.

220 calories, or less, can skip whatever, or even add whatever you want, use spinach instead, or imitation crab...

Egg whites and peppers...

one good breakfast one is sliced banana inside, with a cinnamon/sugar(artificial-or sun crystals) sprinkled inside it.

Could do chicken and hot sauce.

Other fruits, or a vegetable mix?

The reason I enjoy It so much, Is I put it on my mini george foreman grill with a spray of 0 cal, 0 fat cooking spray. Crunchy on the outside, super healthy, and omg yum, with so many different ways to do it.
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Old 05-26-2011, 01:48 PM
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Great ideas!
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Old 05-26-2011, 02:23 PM
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I love Joseph's pitas. I use the medium sized whole wheat ones for making my lower-cal pizza that I eat quite often.

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Old 05-27-2011, 12:46 AM
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super great ideas thanks so much for sharing! I try to try new meals out every week or so with our family so i rely on these forums to help me out
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Old 05-27-2011, 10:47 PM
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Just coincidence: I had the same thing for breakfast that I had for dinner last night. And it was pita bread - in particular, Weight Watchers small whole wheat pita breads. I ate 3, stuffed with olives and feta cheese (usually sold at the deli counter in the supermarket).

It was very filling last night, because it's high in fiber. Then, it tasted really good this morning, too. I hate to be bothered cooking something for breakfast and then having to clean up, do the dishes, etc.
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Old 05-31-2011, 11:35 PM
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Your dinner & breakfast sound good, but two meals in a row of feta cheese? I love feta cheese, but it is so salty, I'd blow up like a balloon eating it two days in a row.
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