A New Chapter

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I am stepping out of my box.  I have decided to try something new.  I have been contemplating writing a blog for a while now, but have been to chicken to do it.  I was afraid no one would read it or even care.  But I’ve decided that I don’t care if anyone reads it.  At the very least, this is going to be a journal for me to keep about my life.  I’ll talk about my daily experiences, new recipes I’ve tried and review different products and bargains.  And hopefully I’ll meet some interesting people in the blog world.   So here it goes…

 

I woke up this morning, and the weather was perfect for a dog walk.  The heat this summer in Dallas has been miserable.  It’s been about a million degrees for the last 3 months.  We finally got a cool front, and now it’s only in the 90’s.  However, I’m still looking forward to the fall temperatures!  My poor dogs have been stuck in the house all summer.  I have a couple of four-legged kiddos;  Aspen, a siberian husky, and Rizzo, a lab heeler mix.  They are both 10 years old.  And they still jump around like puppies when we get ready for our walks.

After walking the dogs, it was time for breakfast.  I made my wonderful husband, Ridge, a quiche with ham, onion, sauteed potatoes, and jalapeno jack cheese in a whole wheat crust.

Ham & Jalapeno Jack Quiche

 

He gave it a 7/10.  Not a big fan of the crust.

I wanted something a little different.  So I made a scrambled egg with egg whites, onions, a little ham and some cheese.

Next, I whipped up some protein pancakes.

  • 3 egg whites
  • 1/3 c low fat cottage cheese (I like Daisy–no yucky added ingredients.)
  • a little less than 1/2 c oats
  • 1/2 tsp each vanilla, cinnamon and baking soda

 

Toss all in a blender until liquified.  Unless you like lumpy pancakes.  Then I suppose you could just mix with a spoon.  After blending, let rest for about 5 minutes.  Then cook on a griddle just like regular pancakes.  I enjoyed mine with sugar free syrup.  Yum!

Protein Pancakes

A very filling, delicious breakfast.  Satisfied my craving for IHOP, plus it’s much healthier.

Pancake nutritional info without syrup (full serving=4 pancakes): 260 calories, 4.5 g fat, 30 g carb, 4 g fiber, 29 g protein.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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