Pasta with tomato sauce
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Posted 27 September 2018 - 01:11 AM
You could meal prep this for a week. Takes a long time to make, but worth it. It's 274 for 2 cups, but you could easily cut the serving to 1 cup or less. I'd lose the oil and use water instead, oil is wasted calories. Vegan, so that means vegetarian as well.
Vegan Slow Cooker Vegetable Stew
Course Main Course
- olive oil
- 1 medium onion chopped
- 1 medium green bell pepper chopped
- 1 medium red bell pepper chopped
- 2 cloves garlic coarsely chopped
- 2 cups low-sodium organic vegetable broth
- 1 (14.5-oz.) can diced tomatoes, no added salt
- 2 15-oz. cans chickpeas (garbanzo beans) drained, rinsed
- 1 Tbsp. curry powder
- 1 Tbsp. pure maple syrup
- 1 Tbsp. finely chopped fresh ginger
- ½ tsp. sea salt or Himalayan salt
- ½ tsp. ground black pepper
- 1 dash ground cayenne pepper optional
- 1 medium head cauliflower cut into florets
- 1 (10-oz.) bag raw baby spinach
- 1 cup lite coconut milk
oilwater in a medium nonstick skillet over high heat.
Add onion and bell peppers; cook, stirring frequently, for 4 to 5 minutes, or until onion is translucent.
Add garlic; cook, stirring frequently, for 1 minute.
Place onion mixture in 3-quart slow cooker.
Add broth, tomatoes (with juice), chickpeas, curry powder, maple syrup, ginger, salt, black pepper, and cayenne pepper. Mix well; cover. Cook on high for 3 hours.
Add cauliflower. Mix well; cover. Cook on high for 1 hour.
Add spinach and coconut milk. Mix well; cover. Cook on high for 10 minutes, or until spinach wilts.
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Posted 08 October 2018 - 09:03 PM
I guess it's kinda a breakfast food but i love it for dinner
a light multi grain english muffin thats toasted, and a fried egg on top
it's around 170 calories but it's so delicious
Posted 09 October 2018 - 09:41 AM
Total Dinner: ~200kcal
I usually mix and match from a list I made to add up to what I want. Here's a 200 mix, and sorry if I eat weird, lol.
Snack Wrap (128 cals)
- High Fiber Tomato Basil Wrap- 50
- Bed of Spinach- 5ish
- Pickle slice- 5
- Smartlife Veggie Dog (mostly protein)- 50
- 3 Cherry tomatos split- 15
- Some Mustard- 3
Scramble (49 cals)
- 2 Egg whites- 34
- in 1tbs salsa so I don't need oil- calories vary by brand but generally 10
- with 1/3 cup mushrooms- 5
- Seasoned with basil, parsley, celery salt, pepper, and crushed red pepper
Beverage (22 cals)
- I add a slight bit of honey with my herbal tea, ~1 teaspoon
- Sometimes I'll put turmeric in the bag when I steep my tea.
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Posted 09 October 2018 - 11:33 AM
This is one of my favourite meals, it's a bit plain but you can add carrots or garlic, whatever you like
100g quorn pieces (99) fried in a low cal spray (20)
100g steamed broccoli (34)
Single-serving of vegetarian instant gravy (17)
170 kcals total, it's quite a large portion of food too
Posted 22 October 2018 - 05:31 PM
The cauliflower I take is 20cals per 85g serving. Put some salt and sunflower oil or something to sub the butter and you're set! Also genoa salami is good (20 cals/slice) and laughing cow cheese wedges.
Posted 28 October 2018 - 11:58 AM
Red lentil dahl (197)
0 cal cooking spray
1/2 small onion (13)
2 cloves of garlic (8)
0.5 cm of ginger, grated (3)
Red lentils 50 gr. (150)
80 ml of water
1 tomato, diced (17)
1 tsp of tomato puree (6)
Dash of curcuma
Dash of coriander powder
Few mustard seeds
Heat a pan, spray cooking spray and fry the mustard seeds and turmeric. Add the lentils and the water. Also add the coriander powder and ginger. Cook 10 minutes and check for even more moisture at must. Add the tomatoes.
Cook about 10 minutes or until the lentils are soft enough. Take the pan from the heat, season to taste with salt and then it’s ready!
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Posted 11 November 2018 - 02:43 PM
Miso soup and shitaki noodles with saracha or mustard is my life only 5-15 calories a serving.
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Posted 18 November 2018 - 08:17 AM
A pot of super thick, super filling potato soup. Whole pot is 185kcal, the servings depend on how much water you add.
One small 130g potato - 100kcal
Half a small onion (25g) = 10kcal
3g either butter or olive oil - 25kcal (or you can use cooking spray for much less kcal.)
1/2 garlic clove, parsley, rosemary, paprika, pepper, salt and any other spice you want - ca. 6kcal if you use a pinch of each
150ml non-fat milk (or even almond milk for less cals) - 54
Cut the potato. If you want a smooth soup, cut into tiny pieces. If you prefer chunks, leave some pieces bigger. In a pot, sautee the spices, onion and garlic in the oil. Add the potatoes and immediately afterwards add water, enough to cover them. Leave them to simmer for awhile and stir occasionally. When half the water has evaporated, add the milk and stir thorouhgly. Wait until it starts simmering again, stir more and remove from the stove. Serve!
Another dinner is my sweet, desserty 100-calorie cauflilower porridge (it will be a bit more if you include some toppings like fruit or nuts, but it usually ends up being under 200). Method is long, so I'll put it in spoiler
The porridge itself is under 100kcal, so if you could literally fit an entire small banana in there and still be under your limit and the possibilities are endless!
Zoodles are nice too. One long, large courgette is 300g = 51kcal and a single one makes a ton of zoodles, so personally i like using only 1/2. Sautee it for 3 minutes w/ garlic, pepper, paprika and some red capsicum or tomato, set aside, make a low-cal sauce from 150g canned tomato, spices, half a carrot and half an onion (this will end up around 45kcal) and top your zoodles. Bam, meal for ca. 120kcal at most! And if you reduce the cauliflower porridge from above to 2/3 of the recipe, you can have both dishes, still for under 200kcal as main course and dessert!
Last resort, cooked veggetables. Those frozen veggie packs in the freezer section of the stores tend to have between 20 and 35kcal for 100g. I usually cook 200g of them (56) in tbsp of soy sauce (8), 50g tomato paste (~13), loads of spices and garlic (i tend to count as ~6cal) and 2ml of olive oil (17). Sometimes I add corn, or peas or onion, if the prepackagaed veggies mix doesn't already contain those. The meal described here is 100kcal so it leaves enough room for a slice of bread too, in case you're craving bread - it really makes the veg more filling somehow.
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Posted 03 December 2018 - 07:42 AM
Canned boiled potatoes (80 cal), red lentils (90cal) and butternut squash
Sweet potato (half of it, boiled is about 90cal if you take a small one) , chickpeas and spinach
I love quinoa crust pizza, with tomato and veggies, if you use the whole bag of quinoa you have 300 cals but you can make two pizzas out of a bag so ...
Those are vegans as I really don't remember what I used to eat before thanks to memory loss
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CW : 57.5
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LW : 45
Posted 20 December 2018 - 06:44 PM
ratatouille is super filling and low cal if you make it yourself
a slim bagel/bread slice (idk what brand you have where you live but where I am they're like 130kcal) and a shitload of mushrooms or a poached egg
an egg white omelette with a shit ton of mushrooms and spinach and soy sauce
wholegrain spaghetti with tomato pasatta (just blended up tomatos.. but you can add dried herbs, salt, pepper, chilli flakes etc on top)
cauli rice, grated carrot, brocolli and tofu stir fry (just fry it in veggie stock and use soy sauce)
lettuce wraps with salsa, tofu etc
i dont count cals strictly but you get the idea
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Posted 21 January 2019 - 11:34 AM
Vegetable puree (110 cal/cup)
Soup (less than 100 cal/cup)
Grilled fish (123 cal/100 gr)
Salad (calories depend on what you add to it)
Omelette - one egg (156 cal)
Low-fat yogurt (45 cal)
This is what I usually have for dinner - I know that some of these arent vegan, but you can try them by using vegan ingredients instead!
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HW: 65 kg / 143.3 lbs
UGW: 45 kg / 99.2 lbs
Posted 26 January 2019 - 03:09 PM
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Posted 15 March 2019 - 12:22 AM
depends on whether you have a small stomach or not, but a packet of plain oats (100) and a banana (100) or tiny apple (100) is good for me. cup of nonfat plain Greek yogurt (130) with fruit (ranges from 50cal to 80). 1 1/4 cup special k red berry (140) with cup of unsweetened almond milk (15). chicken won-ton soup (125), chicken noodle soup (150), vegetable beef soup which is very filling (200). i make a 190cal sandwich: 130cal for two slices of bread, 60cal for turkey or honey ham, then pickles, mustard, lettuce are all 0cal, i suggest you toast the sandwich. cream of wheat packets are also 100 cal.
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Posted 12 May 2019 - 12:47 AM
I have a thread with recipes for meals 100kcals or lesser > https://www.myproana...orie-meals-100/ !
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Posted 12 May 2019 - 12:53 AM
Low cal vegetarian meals.. I got your back. lol, these are my go to.
I love stir fry with celery, carrot and eggs. I use small amounts of water instead of oil to cut cals. plus if you want more volume in the meal you can probably take out 1 egg yolk to cut cals, plus another whole egg. Garlic and soy sauce is good with this for flavour.
A tin of diced tomatoes is about 100 cals so pan fry (again no oil), with other low cal veg like carrot, mushrooms, zucchini or whatever you like. I like to add either lite cottage cheese or olives to mine but for only 200cals I'm not sure you could fit that in.
Posted 12 May 2019 - 12:55 AM
I also like a salad with a small tin of tune. Just use lots of lettuce and a few other low cal salad veg, no dressing.
This one isn't as filling as the other things I listed though.
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