I am still going strong with my morning smoothie kick. This morning, I broke into the stash of frozen fruits I grabbed from Trader Joe’s.
I also tried the 0% Greek Frozen Yogurt from Tj’s- it definitely tasted fat free, but it was an excellent addition to my morning smoothie.
I went a little overboard with the frozen mango, my blender was so pissed. I was pissed at the blender for not being able to blend the fruits, needless to say I ended up with a frozen slushie for my breakfast.
It was very chilly and very delicious.
For lunch, I decided to try something that I have seen all over the blog world, roasted brussels sprouts.
I may have burned them a little, I am terrible at checking on things in the oven. However, those little stinkers were SO GOOD!
I rounded off lunch with my favorite chicken dish, I essentially combine the Trader Joe’s General Tsao sauce along with the Thai Yellow Curry sauce with some veggies and a fried onion.
I had the same thing again for dinner, it was just that good.
Now, as I was plating lunch I grabbed the small red dinner plate to photograph my meal and I realize that most people use similar smaller plates to eat off of on the regular.
I personally use a bigger dinner plate and refill multiple times and I find it odd when I see people posting pictures of smaller portions.
However, as I was eating lunch I realized that I was full after eating what I consider to be a smaller portion. It made me realize that using a small plate to eat on probably does make you feel like you have eaten an entire plate of food.
I will probably continue to eat off of a bigger plate just so that my food does not spill off of the sides as I am eating, it was a tight fit!
Thoughts? Do you eat off of a smaller dinner plate in order to make it seem like you are eating a lot of food?