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    Three chocolate bars.


    I am ashamed.
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    (Original post by TheSmithsIndeed)
    Three chocolate bars.


    I am ashamed.

    Be PROUD :sexface:

    Just had a chocolate Hobnob
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    Porridge, bbq quorn and veg, cereal bar and thorntons chocolates. It's Easter after all
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    Cornflakes, bacon sarnie, orange juice, tea, water, some lemon drizzle cake and more tea.
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    Think I might have cheese spread on crackers for tea .Which turned out not to be as filling as I thought so am having a tuna and salad sarnie to top up.
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    Breakfast: Raisin shredded wheats with semi-skimmed milk and orange juice

    Lunch: Vegetable soup

    Dinner: (having it early): home-made beef and vegetable stew with rice

    Snacks: about 3 ferrero rochers, pumpkin seeds, almonds

    Yeah, that's pretty healthy for me...usually I have more chocolate!
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    So far just 2 slices of whole wheat toast and peanut butter. Might have some pineapple slices if the mood strikes.
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    Marmite sandwich, apple, rice crisps, mini egg cookie, cupcake (to be fair I also did 5 hours of dance)
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    (Original post by thompsonic7)
    Marmite sandwich, apple, rice crisps, mini egg cookie, cupcake (to be fair I also did 5 hours of dance)
    Rep for your US Office appreciation. Oh and mini egg cookie
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    (Original post by MelissaJayne)
    Rep for your US Office appreciation. Oh and mini egg cookie
    Thanks! (for both)... I'd recommend making the cookies- they are amazing!
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    Breakfast: Weetabix, a banana, fish oil and vitamin supplements (even though that doesn't count as food).

    Lunch: Rice with coleslaw and side dishes including tuna, mushrooms, cucumber and carrots. Some black olives.

    Dinner: Pasta and Chicken with vegetables.

    Snacks: 2 apples, an orange, dark chocolate, nuts, seeds, walnuts, a few table spoons of olive oil and a good few cups of green tea, as well as peppermint tea.
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    A bowl of weetos
    A tofu stir fry with white rice.
    An apple juice in a little kiddie's juicebox and straw
    Cream crackers with roule cheese
    A cup of teaaaa
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    just returned from French resturant and haaaaaad;( didn't take these pics)

    beignets de fromage in a mustard sauce

    kinda like these, but different presentation & shape

    caramellised onion & goats cheese tart


    & cinnamon waffle ice cream, pistachio ice cream


    nom
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    Breakfast: Special K honey clusters
    Lunch: Ham and roast chicken slices sandwich and a kitkat chunky
    Tea: Battered sausage and chips from the chip shop
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    Just had one if my favourite meals, also one of the simplest. Smoked haddock, poached in milk, with a poached egg. Season liberally with salt and pepper and have with a piece of bread and butter. Gorgeous.
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    müsli for breakfast
    meatloaf, broccoli and potatoes for dinner
    jelly and cake for dessert

    im not proud
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    (Original post by Gofre)
    Just had one if my favourite meals, also one of the simplest. Smoked haddock, poached in milk, with a poached egg. Season liberally with salt and pepper and have with a piece of bread and butter. Gorgeous.
    Not a lot can beat Smoked Haddock for me. Except perhaps, poached egg. So the two combined is perfect. I like this for breakfast on a Sunday morning!

    And I've had porridge, king prawns for lunch and quorn for dinner. Wanted quick food as been bit busy with working. Mostly enjoyed eating chocolate throughout the day though, this Irish Lily O'Briens selection box. LOOOOVELY.
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    Breakfast: porridge with berries
    Snack: Apple
    Lunch: Wholemeal pitta with tuna. A pear
    Snacks: cookie, bowl of kiwi and melon
    Dinner: Brown rice with chicken curry and natural yoghurt (all homemade).
    Love the gritty texture of brown rice even though it always gives me a gurgly stomach afterwards...I never learn!!!
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    (Original post by MelissaJayne)
    Not a lot can beat Smoked Haddock for me. Except perhaps, poached egg. So the two combined is perfect. I like this for breakfast on a Sunday morning!

    And I've had porridge, king prawns for lunch and quorn for dinner. Wanted quick food as been bit busy with working. Mostly enjoyed eating chocolate throughout the day though, this Irish Lily O'Briens selection box. LOOOOVELY.
    Yeah it's normally something I'd eat for breakfast, but we got cheap fish off the counter since it's Good Friday and we won't be able to have breakfast as a family until monday so we had it tonight =P although it was saddening to watch the rest of my family eat it with mash and parsley sauce, such a waste :ashamed2:
 
 
 
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