I adapted this recipe from one from Dashing Dish. It was simple, quick and can trick the mind into thinking you’re eating something fried. If you’re like me and love fried food, but know that it’s not the best thing in the world to eat then this is a recipe for you.
1 lb. of cooked medium shrimp
2/3 c. of whole wheat bread crumbs
4 T. Egg Substitute (I used Egg Beaters original)
1 pkt. Stevia
1 spray of cooking spray
Preheat oven to 425. Spray cooke sheet with cooking spray. In shallow skillet heat breadcrumbs on medium heat for about 2 minutes. Then pour crumbs into shallow bowl. Dip shrimp into egg substitute, let excess run off. Then dredge into bread crumbs, shake off excess. Place in a single layer on cookie sheet. Bake for about 10-12 minutes or until warm.
It will serve 4 at only 3 PointsPlus per serving.
I’m heading home to spend time with the family and to show the boyfriend where I grew up. Nothing like taking him to my old stompin’ grounds filled with fried catfish and back roads.
I found this recipe on one of my favorite food blogs Eat Yourself Skinny! I made it just as the recipe called, no substitutions and it turned out perfect. It was a great snack for football this past Sunday.
Plus a serving is only 3 PointsPlus, can’t beat that!
Someone got a little treat… peanut butter. Think it was a successful treat.
I found a way to combine my love of art, music, and crafts. This past weekend I created a work of art using lyrics from one of my favorite songs by New Found Glory. The song: Tell Tale Heart.
1 Canvas, Mod Podge (I used Matte), X-Acto knife, paint brush, magazines (or newspaper), painters tape
Step One: I taped off the edges of the canvas using painter’s tape. I wanted the edges to remain white. Step Two: I found some neat magazine clippings and used Mod Podge to adhere them to the canvas. Then let dry.
Step Three: I arranged the letters to the lyrics on the canvas.
Step Four: Paint over using one, two, or more colors. I used four. I like color and couldn’t seem to stop adding more.
Step Five: After it is dry, peel off the vinyl letters using the X-Acto knife, if needed. Step Six: If desired, use one more layer of Mod Podge over the artwork.
Enjoy your new masterpiece.
Finally felt like playing with my new camera filters this past weekend. I think the outcome turned out pretty darn good.
I use a Canon Rebel T1i. It’s a prized possession for sure. I’m still a budding photographer by all means, but with some simple filters I’m starting to feel like I have some skills!
having time to spend with my friends
cuddling with Maggie
having a rewarding job
thought of graduating from Grad School in December
spending time with family
developing my photography skills
cooking (goes with eating healthy)
having manicured nails (even if I do them myself – still puts a smile on my face)
I was having a pretty rough day yesterday. I thought to myself instead of complaining, write down what will make you happy. I figured I can at least do something(s) each day that’ll put a smile on my face.
My list is simple.
It will take me to stop doing things that don’t increase my happiness and replace those items with one from my list.
What makes you happy?
When you have that one piece, whether it be a skirt, shirt, a pair of sunglasses or, as it is for me lately, a handbag. I feel as if nothing can touch me.
Thanks to Kate Spade, which is my recent and first big splurge.
I think Maggie, the pup dog, likes to remind me just which rules we follow around here. I was so politely reminded of that this week when she wanted to cuddle real close right after I survived another CrossFit workout.
Thought this was too funny, and yet true.
source: SOS Animals UK Facebook