I know, you are shocked to read the headline just as I was shocked to rediscover Velveeta. Before we move on, I will not try to tell you that Velveeta is healthy. I make no such assertions. However, it is, brace yourself, only 1 SmartPoint per slice. ONE. Regular cheese is at least a couple … Continue reading Velveeta: Surprisingly Weight Watchers Friendly
In this episode, we chat about tried and true tips for health and weight loss that have stuck throughout the years. We also talk about how we're coping with being members of the #turtleclub. Join the conversation at eatcrunchy.com or on Facebook.
One thing that WW has taught me is the importance of adding in fruit. Tonight for breakfast, I had blueberry waffles and they were delish! I started off by simmering frozen cherries and peaches. I added blueberry waffles (I used some from Whole Foods that were 2 for 7 pts. Vans and Kashi have some … Continue reading Blueberry Waffles with Fruit Compote – WW-Friendly Recipe
So, I'm a snack person. For movies, chatting on the phone, or just sitting around petting my cat, sometimes I'm in the mood to munch on snacks. Obviously, this can add needless points to my day. So, I've searched far and wide for snacks that are tasty and still low points. I think the most … Continue reading Love My Quinoa BBQ Chips
I crave a filling breakfast. I find myself gravitating to protein like eggs, but to be honest eggs and I are starting to bore each other. Like a relationship, we've run out of new material. My dad used to make egg in a hole and once I scanned all the breads, I thought my egg … Continue reading Filling 6 Point Breakfast
I realized this week that I have been on Weight Watchers for more than 6 months. 6 MONTHS! I have tried many programs to lose weight (e.g., Atkins, raw diet, vegan, etc.). I have had varying levels of success with each of them. The problem with all of them is how to adhere long-term. Raw … Continue reading Weight Watchers – 6 Months In
In this episode we introduce ourselves, talk about why we chose Weight Watchers, share a little of our success, and talk about what we've learned so far. To share your reflections, please comment below or follow up on Facebook.