What happens when your diet needs a makeover? Doesn’t this menu sound delicious?
The menu always looks so inviting but the restricted diet doesn’t fit.
How difficult is it to change normal eating habits when someone has to start watching his sugar levels? It’s not going to be a fun task especially for grampy, the ‘candy man’ and pretzel nosher of all time. But I’m sure I’ll be finding out soon enough.
I’m seeing this as a really long process trying to teach an old dog new tricks. It’s not going to be fun, but I’m going to give it all I have to get us to change our bad habits.
Though I myself have been working on this for the past three months, grampy hasn’t been willing to work with me. I’m hoping that maybe now he’ll think twice.
There’s lots of moping around and moaning “oh, what can I have to snack on; I really want pretzels; can’t I have cookies?”.
I baked enough muffins and cookies to feed 3 scout troops this week, but half of the muffins and cookies are leftover because it’s not what the patient is craving.
Normally when I bake any kind of sweets I bring it over to my daughter’s for everyone to enjoy. But the plain muffins and cookies I’ve been making are not going over too big with the boys so I’m stuck with it all.
I filled the fridge with fresh berries, watermelon and peaches and they are still there except for what I used in my smoothies. I think now I’m going to make a fruit cobbler or crisp type of dessert. Maybe that will work. But dare I bake again and have more food left over?
O.K, I’ll give it one more try then I’m giving up – maybe. So I think I’ll try a peach crisp since I have a lot of peaches — I’ll enjoy it, but I don’t know about the snacker!