We started the day with our
usual new gym routine. We did chest/back, core and then cardio.
We’ve been eating those breakfast sandwiches everyday since August. Sometimes we’ll have them on a lite english muffin or on a sandwich round. Oddly, we haven’t tired of them. I have since cut out the milk. Unnecessary calories. The fat free milk didn’t really seem to do much to it. Maybe it was fluffier? I have tried the Morningstar Farms veggie bacon. We didn’t care for it. It reminded us of dog treats - Beggin Strips. The smell and look you idiot. We never tasted them… that I’ll ever admit. Anyway, I’ve also cut down on the amount of cheese I use. Remember, they’re under 266 calories and delicious.
I’m a geek so I took some photos of my creation.
My ingredient list:
Above: If you like ‘em, you can get them in bulk size packaging at Costco or the like.
Above: Large Egg Beaters container. Try the flavored cheese and chives or southwestern too.
Above: 2% milk! We’ve experimented with some other cheeses but the Pepperjack just gives it the best flavor.
Above: Large Egg Beaters container. Try the flavored cheese and chives or southwestern too. I pour it into a greased (Pam) 9X12. I then lay the cheese in strips on top of the egg which kinda float. Then I put the sausage on top and carefully place in the oven at a temp of
Above/Below: It comes out puffy but as it cools, it will deflate.
Below: When it’s cooled, I cut them into squares and freeze some. We toast our english muffins and nuke the refrigerated egg stuff for 2 minutes. From frozen, not sure.
Yes, I suppose that was a product of boredom. Thanks for asking.
We’re kind of a prisoner here for the afternoon. Jim has a phone interview for 4:30pm. By the time we came back from the gym, showered and ate lunch, another lead called and scheduled a phone interview for 3:30pm. I offered to go grocery shopping myself but I got the whiny “Nooooooooo”. I guess he wants to get out of the RV too.
So I sit here, blogging, reading blogs,
devising a way to take over the world and doing laundry.
OK, Jim had his 2 phone interviews. How’d they go? Yeah, a common question after an interview right. He says good. The 1st one seemed more promising than the second.
Dinner was delicious. We ate veggie burgers. This time, I put 2 on 1 bun to eliminate a roll. I had corn and baked beans. Jim had corn and tater tots. Eventually I’ll find the strength to resist having 2 veggie burgers or eliminating both rolls.
I have a computer pop-up reminder program that is wonderful. It reminds me to take my cholesterol meds, things I have planned, birthdays, anniversaries or anything else I want it to remember on my behalf. Twice in a 2 week period I have acknowledged the “take cholesterol meds” alarm but couldn’t remember if I actually took them. For 68 cents, I now have a daily pill box thingy.
Excuse me while I go read my AARP, fill my pill box, and check the local bingo schedule.