Hey guys! Sorry it’s been a while since I have done a NS review. Recently tried the frozen grilled chicken sandwich and wanted to share with you.
This sandwich is the same size as the hamburger. Kinda small but fills you up. Flavor was good. It was something different and I like that! I added ripe tomato, lettuce, and a bit of yogurt honey mustard dressing. A good chicken sandwich for sure 8/10.
A friend shared this tip with me yesterday. Use a steamer basket to make your hard boiled eggs! 12 minutes is all it takes. So get a pan of boiling water, add your steamer basket with eggs (I did 7 or 8) and cover for 12 minutes. Immediately after, soak eggs in a super ice cold bath. This makes peeling so easy! It only took me a few minutes to peel these bad boys. The taste? Amazing. Soft bright yellow yolk. Not too soft. Not too hard. Just perfect. So easy!
I used the frozen pancakes to make the base and added turkey sausage and egg white patties inside. Served with some SF syrup. I didn’t even use half of this. It was delish and only took about 3 minutes to make.
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I used my favorite frozen dinner from Nutrisystem tonight to make an open faced turkey sandwich! I used a 100 calorie multigrain english muffin. This is officially my favorite meal ever. The bonus mashed potatoes that comes with it are sooo creamy!
This is from March to now on Nutrisystem. I lost 3 pounds for the whole month! But after seeing how different I look I realize it isn’t about the scale! I can totally see a difference. I am so excited to kick ass in April too!
This was fun! I took one egg, and 1/4 cup of eggwhites and beat them together. I added some garlic powder and oregano as well.
Preheat oven to 375.
Cook egg mixture on top of stove like you would a normal omelet. Do not flip it though. Just cook it through until the egg patty for the “Crust” is solid enough to transfer.
Carefully transfer egg patty to a non stick bake sheet. Add toppings. I added–
2 tbsp of sauce or use marina, a few turkey pepperoni, and 1/4 cup of mozzarella.
I baked it for about 5 minutes until cheese was melted. Around 230 calories.
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