Recently as I walked the isles of the groceries store I came accross this product. I read the labels and it wasn’t bad at all. This is a low carb substitute for Mayonnaise. I don’t use it too often but it is great for tuna, chicken or turkey salads. It has come in handy for an emergency meal or snack. When making these salads mix together the protein with hard boiled eggs and some green onions.
Today for post-gym breakfast I had one teaspoon of it with some tuna and tomatoes. Along with one chicken and apple sausage.
Enjoy your weekend and stay active!
I’ve experimented with this idea of the egg white muffins I saw on Jungle Fitness‘ blog.
Here I mixed three whole eggs with one cup egg whites and added some Al Fresco sweet chicken sausages. All you have to do is cook the sausages on a skillet until brown and chop them up.
Place some chopped sausage into each cup and pour in the egg mixture all the way to the top. Easy enough! Bake at 350 for about 20 minutes. It helps to have a silicone tray because once it has cooled down you can just pop out each muffin. I keep them all in the fridge and reheat 2 for breakfast everyday. It’s a great option when on the go!
I recently found this brand of sausages that are all natural and gluten-free. The first flavor I tried was the chicken apple, and I was hooked! I would have them for breakfast along with poached eggs or in my egg white scramble and even put them in the frittata I made recently. After that I went back for more and found all these different flavors. These links are smaller so you can have the option of having them as a snack. The blueberry chicken ones were delicious with breakfast!
Not a coincidence that Jungle Fitness blog has them on today too. We were talking about it yesterday and these sausages are just sooo good.
Have a great weekend!!!
For those racing 70.3 this sunday, GOOD LUCK!!!!