Mrs. Paul’s Parchment Bake

As part of the Foodbuzz Tastemaker Program, I was able to try out a new (to me) Mrs. Paul’s product!  With only 70-80 calories a serving, these Parchment Bake Tilapias are a must buy!

At my grocery store they had three types, so I got one of each!

For dinner last night, Neal and I decided to try out the Classic Grilled Tilapia (well, I had a taste and Neal had them for dinner).

The instructions are incredibly easy.  Preheat oven to 400 degrees, place parchment packets seam side up on a baking sheet, bake for 22-24 minutes, and enjoy!

The fish was so flaky, moist, and tasty!

The true test was whether or not Neal would like it, but he LOVED it!  SCORE!

I highly recommend these Parchment Bakes.  Would I rather make it from scratch?  Yes, but these are so easy to make and with such a low calorie count they are definitely worth it!

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This has been a long and drawn out week for me.  As each day passes I seem to have less and less energy and less and less patience (sorry Neal).  I also haven’t been feeling too hot these past two days.  My allergies are different each year but this year they are really affecting my lungs.  I’ve had asthma since I was a little kid and control it really well these days but boy are my allergies kicking my lungs’ butt this year.

On the flip side though, week 2 of Body Revolution is almost done!  I have had some great workouts this week but am excited to move on to workouts 3 and 4.  I like cardio 1 a lot, as well as workout 1, but I’m not a fan of workout 2 for some reason.  Thankfully today is my last time doing workout 2 for a bit, YAY!

Eating wise, I’ve eaten too many sweets this week.  I had a cookie, a cupcake, and one too many mini Reese’s eggs.  Still, I’ve worked out a lot and am still working hard to eat lots of veggies.

Day 10 Food Log (Yesterday)

Breakfast- Bagel with egg whites and tomato (370 calories)

Lunch- Foot long Subway sandwich with ham, veggies, and mustard and 3 mini Reese’s eggs (840 calories)

Dinner- Honey bunches of oats with skim milk (472 calories)

Total calories consumed- 1682 calories

Total calories burned- 1335 calories (spin class, walk over lunch, and Body Revolution workout 1)

Onward we go.  Hello day 11 and happy Friday everyone!!  Have a wonderful Passover/Easter weekend!

Comments

  1. says

    Love the name of your blog!

    I’m eating a DIY version of your meal right now- salmon wrapped in tin foil (just sprinkle with salt & pepper, then lay a couple lemon slices on top). It’s easy and healthy, you can’t go wrong!

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