Since I went to the doctor for a checkup last week and resolved to eat more heart-healthily, I have been making small changes, like no processed foods, like granola bars when I'm hungry. I haven't eaten any bread at all, unless my favorite corn/flour tortillas count? I've been finding that preparation is key, otherwise I stare at the fridge at lunch time and have no idea what I'm going to eat.
|Packed this for my daughter and hubby's lunches this morning.|
Anyway...I tried a new recipe last night and my family loved it. Grilled Greek chicken cabobs (recipe link below) and grilled flatbread from Costco with tsatziki sauce. Not really low in cholesterol, but it was super yummy and all things in moderation, right?
Monday: we had broiled parmesan tilapia (not super heart healthy, but hey, it's fish and I didn't use butter!). My family ate simple orzo pilaf and I had spaghetti squash
Tuesday: Greek grilled chicken kabobs, tzatziki sauce and flatbread
Wednesday: pulled pork with coleslaw on pretzel buns (I'll stick with half a bun.)
Thursday: grilled Asian marinated chicken and salad
Friday: salmon and roasted baby potatoes
Saturday: easy night
Sunday: hmmm...gotta talk to the family about this one.
What about you? What are you planning for dinner this week? Or tonight at least. :)