Fanny’s Food!

For those people who have been asking for a typical weekly menu I’ve put together a couple of weeks worth of everything that passed my lips!  As you can see, I’m not 100% ‘good’ 100% of the time.  I operate a roughly 80-20 rule and some days are more indulgent than others – as are some weeks.  If you’re working towards a goal such as losing fat or reducing cholesterol levels then it’s best to be as strict as you possibly can, but once you get to where you are happy you can slacken of the reins a little!  When I want to tighten ‘things’ (aka the flabby bits) up again I simply cut out the sweet treats and booze and reduce the snacks.

Everything you see below is homemade unless otherwise stated, but to save myself time I tend to do some batch cooking and use up leftovers for lunches and busy days.

  Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Exercise Gym TRF workout plus 1hr walking Gym TRF workout plus 1 r walking 1hr walking Run 7.5km
Breakfast Beetroot smoothie Green smoothie Green smoothie Beetroot smoothie Green smoothie Beetroot smoothie Berry smoothie
Mid morning Nut granola Nut granola Chia porridge Nut granola 1 egg and chia omelette Chia porridge Quinoa granola
Lunch Leftover chicken drumsticks, quinoa tabuleh, beans Salad with halumi, ham and boiled egg Salad with chicken Salad with chicken, goats cheese and leftover cashew cheese Salad with halumi and homemade humous Salad with halumi and humous Scambled eggs, mushrooms, spinach, oven-dried tomatoes, beans, chorizo
Mid Afternoon Fudge brownie Spirunlina ball Sliced apple and almond butter 3 slices of cheese and a handful of nuts Sliced apple and almond butter 3 slices of cheese, 2 handfuls of nuts 4 slices of cheese, handful of nuts, half and apple
Dinner Leftover pulled pork with sweet potato chips, baby corn and mange tout Steak, sweet potato fries, broccoli, leeks and asparagus in Dijon sauce Mushroom burgers, courgette fries and some leftover chicken Ate at an ‘Honestly Healthy’ Event – broccoli, celery and dill soup and squash curry Leftover turkey chilli and green beans Duck with hoi sin sauce with mange tout, baby corn and kale Ate out – the most delicious but incredibly naughty Indian ‘street food’
Dessert Strawberries and CoYo Banana bread Chocolate mousse Banana flapjack Indian sweets (very sugary)
Drinks Water, decaf coffee with almond milk x 1 Water Water, herbal tea x 1 Water, Prosecco x 2 Water Water, beer x 1 Water, decaf coffee with almond milk x 1, too much wine!!
 WEEK TWO
Exercise Cycle 1 hr Swim 30mins plus 1hr walking Swim 30mins plus 1hr walking  1hr walking Run 5k
Breakfast Beetroot smoothie Green smoothie Berry smoothie Green smoothie Beetroot smoothie Green smoothie Berry smoothie
Mid morning Quinoa granola Chia porridge Nut granola Nut granola Chocolate granola 1 egg and chia omlette Quinoa granola
Lunch Organic sausage, egg, spinach and GF bread Salad with chicken Salad with leftover duck and hoi sin sauce Salad with leftover chicken Ate out – mushroom omelette and salad Salad with leftover chicken, humous Quinoa bread, poached egg, spinach, mushroom, bacon
Mid afternoon Sliced apple and almond butter Post workout power ball Chicken drumstick and boiled egg
Dinner Lamb tagine and spinach Beef ragu and courgetti Herby chicken with sweet potato chips and broccoli Leftover lamb tagine, cauliflower Fish and celeriac chips and peas Ate out – lamb kebab, salad and chips Orange and fennel baked chicken with green beans
Dessert Raw chocolate and banana torte Berries, CoYo, almond flakes Berries, CoYo, almond flakes 1in piece of ‘rough and ready chocolate’
Drinks Water Water, herbal tea x 1 Water Water, decaf coffee with almond milk Water, decaf coffee (out) Water, wine x 2 glasses Water

 

 

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