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Here's what I had for dinner tonight:

2 cheese blintzes (150 calories; 4 grams fat; 12 grams protein; 26 grams carbs)
2 TB roasted almonds (110 calories; 10g "healthy" fats; 3 grams protein)
1 banana (100 calories; 1 gram protein; 1 serving vegetables)

And for dessert? pumpkin mousse pie!

15 oz pumpkin (150 calories; 6 grams protein: 27 grams carbs: 3 vegetable servings)
6 oz lite yogurt (80 calories; 7 grams protein; 1 milk serving) I used cherry cheesecake flavor because it's what I had in the fridge.
3/4 cup egg beaters (90 calories; 18 grams protein)
2/3 c splenda
1 TB pumpkin pie spices (cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg)
2 ts maple flavoring

Stir all ingredients together. Spray baking dish or pie pan with butter spray. Pour filling into dish. Bake at 375 degrees until set (40 minutes-ish)

total nutrition:
680 calories; 49 grams protein; 53 grams carbs; 15 grams fat; 4 servings vegetables and 1.5 serving milk.

All of it was almost more than I could eat, but I needed all the calories! :) And on Friday and Saturday, I can eat dinners with pasta and rice for carbohydrate "loading".
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Version 1: CHOCOLATE MOCHA AVOCADO SHAKE
1/2 ripe avocado (140 calories)
1/2 cup milk*
1 TB fat free sweetened condensed milk (60 calories)
1 cup crushed ice
Blend til smooth and pour into glass
drizzle with sugar free chocolate syrup (13 calories per TB)

*I used 1/2 cup of $tarbucks light mocha frappiccino bottled drink (50 calories), since traditionally this drink can include chocolate and coffee flavors!

makes approx 12 oz
265 calories/15 grams fat (but "good" avocado fat)/7 grams protein/8 grams fiber/1 serving of vegetables =6 Weight Watchers points

Version 2: AVOCADO YOGURT SMOOTHIE
1/2 avocado
6 oz ff vanilla yogurt
1 c ice
drizzle sf chocolate

Calories 240/Fat 12g/Protein 9g/Fiber 8g/Points=5

and one more pic of a green glass:




And the verdict on taste????

Drumroll_Please )
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Here is what I want to eat on Thanksgiving instead of turkey:


and another pretty food image of my favorite dish : http://www.flickr.com/photos/9284325@N06/2354493557/

Now, should I make my own papaya salad (are papayas in season and what market might have them locally?) or should I go to a Thai restaurant? Last I knew, Charm Thai was the only local Thai eatery that had som tam on their menu?

Maybe with a nice serving of shrimp or crab? Sweet sticky rice; no pumpkin pie for dessert?

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