Simple and Yummy

Sometimes I get tired of the typical three eggs with fruit for breakfast. I also often find that the usual snack of an apple with two pieces of string cheese and 6 almonds doesn't fill me up enough. Something that has really helped me lately with getting maximum fullness out of each block, is to cook up a few days worth of one protein and add that into all my meals until I run out of it. Maybe a little repetitive, but better than eating apples and cheese or Zone Bars and always feeling hungry. I grilled up a bunch of jumbo prawns with a spicy rub on it the other day, and have been using them in everything I eat over the last few days.

Shrimp Scramble: 3 blocks
1 whole egg (1 block of protein)
3 egg whites (1 1/2 blocks of protein)
3/4 oz of grilled shrimp cut into small pieces (1/2 block of protein)
2 tbsp of avocado (2 blocks of fat)
2 cups of raw spinach (1/10 block of carb)
1/3 tsp olive oil (1 block of fat)
1 clove of garlic minced
Heat the olive oil and garlic in a pan. Add the spinach and cover with a lid, turning down the heat so the spinach wilts a little. Beat the whole egg and egg whites together in a bowl, adding in the shrimp, avocado and seasoning with salt and pepper. Add the egg mixture to the spinach in the pan and mix together. Cook like a scramble.
Serve with 1 piece of sprouted wheat bread (3/4 block of carb), and a sliced apricot (this apricot was really big so I counted it as 2 blocks of carb)
If you are in a hurry, leave out the garlic and spinach and just throw everything into the pan and scramble. You will be a tiny bit low on carbs, however.
Quick Shrimp Sandwich Snack: 2 blocks (takes about 4 minutes)
2 1/4 oz grilled shrimp cut into small pieces (1 1/2 blocks of protein)
2 pieces of sprouted wheat bread (1 1/2 blocks of carb)
2 tbsp of avocado (2 blocks of fat)
1/2 oz of grated cheese (1/2 block of protein)
Spread the avocado on both sides of the bread. place the shrimp on top of one piece of bread, sprinkle the cheese over the shrimp, place the other piece of bread on top and put in the toaster oven or in a sandwich grill until the bread is browned and the cheese is melted. If you don't have a toaster oven, toast the bread first in a regular toaster and then put the whole sandwich in the microwave until the cheese is melted. You can also make this quick snack with leftover chicken breast or steak for a little variation. Eat with 1/2 a block of fruit if short on carbs.

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