Post Weight Loss Surgery Menus: A day in my pouch

A day in my pouch is a series of blog posts (I try and post them every few days) to show what a typical daily menu looks like in my post weight loss surgery world.

Breakfast: Made my crepe batter when I got up and put it in the fridge ready for when I got back from the Farmer's Market, the raspberries I bought in this week's haul found their first use on top. The "cream filling" is just store bought pineapple cottage cheese (Ricotta with a little Sugar Free Torani Syrup to sweeten is great too) whizzed till smooth in the mini food processor.

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I have plenty of leftover crepes for breakfasts this week. You can reheat them (nuke em 20 seconds) and they are perfect again. 

I love to smear the leftover crepes with a teaspoon of peanut butter or almond butter and sugar free strawberry jam and roll them up like sushi. Wrap the PB&J sushi in a piece of foil and take off, a great grab and go breakfast with a protein shake.

Lunch: Bought some avocados at the market too. One of them became part of one of my favorite lunches post weight loss surgery. Turkey, Avocado and Cheese Melted Roll-up and Sliced Cucumbers with Green Onions and Greek Yogurt & Dill Dressing (3 oz. plain Greek Yogurt, 1 teaspoon Dried Dill, 1 Tablespoon Tarragon Vinegar, Salt & Pepper to taste)

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Dinner: I ran a few errands. I have a business trip coming up and I needed to pick up a few things. I came home and made Chicken Marsala (with plenty of leftovers to make life easy tomorrow.)

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Snacks: I'm in the mood for something sweet so I just made some Toasted Coconut Pudding. Will be eating a dollop momentarily. Hope everyone is having a nice beginning to 2014. Oh for those keeping track... I got 8 out of 12 raisins in the annual New Year raisin toss and not a drop of champagne this year was consumed. I'm blaming the misses on unusually large and misshapen raisins, a lack of quality control in the raisin factory.

Shelly's No Sugar Added Toasted Coconut Pudding

1/2 cup Unsweetened Coconut, toasted
1 small box of Sugar Free Vanilla Jello Pudding Mix
1 1/2 cups Cold Milk (not Soy, it won't set up)
2 Tablespoons Sugar Free Coconut Torani Syrup
Optional: a Tablespoon or so extra toasted Coconut for the top ('cause it looks purty)

Toast coconut in the oven or toaster oven till golden (watch it carefully, I've burned many a batch of coconut, it happens quick) and set it aside to cool. I use a Blender Bottle Shaker to mix up the pudding powder, syrup and milk. Shake about 2 minutes or so till thick. Pour into a small bowl. Add cooled toasted coconut. Mix till well combined. Refrigerate till set about 15 minutes.

More Days in my pouch.


Anonymous said...

Do you use instant pudding for that recipe? Looks scrumptious!

Michelle "Shelly" said...

Yes, instant SF Vanilla.

Lisa Williams said...

I'm so glad I found your blog!! I had my guts rearranged 6 months ago and I'm down 82 pounds! There is still alot of stuff I can't eat, like meat, but I am going to try the wrap you made! Thanks for posting stuff like this!

Carol said...

Have you ever thought of using the crepes in place of pasta in a lasagna. :)

Michelle "Shelly" said...

It would work. I make a savory crepe using garbanzo bean flour often fill with sauteed mushrooms and cheese (manicotti-ish) but the cals would be higher than what I use for lasagna... grilled zucchini and that is YUM!!!

Anonymous said...

And so three years later I finally comment to you. You saved my life with the protien shake in a sippee cup so less smell. I cried it was so much better! You were my inspiration and I never thought I could do as well as you. Start 374 now 157 and holding for 18 mo. You and your recipes are part of the texture of my new life. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Just made the toasted coconut pudding!!! SO easy and so yummy!!! Thank you for all your recipes (I have a batch of ham and cheese bites in the oven now ;) )they are keeping me on track after my gastric sleeve surgery..was sleeved Oct 17, down 42 pounds and am so glad I found your blog, I can still have ymmmy weight loss surgery friendly food! Thank you!!!

Kittie Preas Koukalik said...

How can I subscribe to your blog??

Michelle "Shelly" said...

On the left hand side you can "Follow by email" or add the blog's url to a RSS reader :)