Breakfast: Gluten-Free Toast & Fresh Fruit
Today's breakfast featured Udi's Cinnamon Raisin Bread and apple slices.
Morning Snack: Jello (I had cookies)
It was pretty early in the morning, and I had cookies. Double chocolate chip cookies. They were good. Jello would have been healthier (although Jello brand gelatin is not gluten-free, so that would not be healthy for me). But yes, I had cookies for my snack.
Lunch: Turkey Sandwich and Potato Chips
I have to admit. I strongly dislike the ends of the bread loaf. Some people call it the "crust" while others call it the "heel" while others call it something completely different. Whatever you call it, I don't like it. I normally use these pieces for stuffing or croutons. Unfortunately, I was in a bit of a hurry, and I didn't feel like running to the basement for another loaf of bread so I went with it. It wasn't that bad, but I'd still prefer the middle pieces. I guess I'm picky about my bread.
Afternoon Snack: Carrot Sticks w/Ranch Dip
I managed to eat this, but forgot a picture. I didn't have ranch dip. I have to be in the mood for ranch dip, and I wasn't in the mood. I enjoyed the carrots though.
Dinner: Turkey Burger w/Sauteed Onions & Mushrooms and Sweet Potato Fries
I thoroughly enjoyed the sweet potato fries. I ate way too many of them. After I took the pic of my dinner, I drizzled honey on them and ate them. And then I ate more, and more, and more. My husband doesn't like sweet potato fries, so I had them all to myself.
The turkey burger was made with Jennie-O Ground Turkey and we added Italian seasoning. We used Udi's buns, and added raw red onion, lettuce, tomato, and barbecue sauce.
Delicious dinner! I wish the picture did it justice. The sweet potato fries look burnt, but they're not, and the burger looks dry, but it's not.
Evening Snack: Papaya
Just as great the second day. So yum!