Food Diary Tuesday, May 22

Jimmy Dean sausage and cheese microwave omelet with
1 Tbsp Texas Pete
1 cup coffee with
1 Tbsp heavy whipping cream

1 Jerk chicken breast
1 Cup chopped romaine topped with
1/4 C banana peppers
1/4 C chopped tomato
1/4 C sliced shallots
1/4 C shredded Parmesan
2 Tbsp Italian dressing

Sweet and Creamy Chai

4 Tbsp spinach dip with
3 celery sticks
3 ounces Stilton with apricots (cheese)

1 pan fried ribeye
1 C bacon cheddar broccoli
1 cup green tea with 1 packet Sweet'N Low

1 Atkins Revolution roll topped with
2 Tbsp cream cheese

water water water

fish oil- 1 with breakfast, 1 with lunch
L-Glutamine- 1 with breakfast, 1 with lunch
raspberry ketones- 1 with breakfast, 1 with lunch
B complex- 1 with breakfast
fiber- 1 with breakfast, 1 with lunch

Side note:
I whipped up a batch of Atkins revolution rolls this evening and boy are they good.  I only cooked for 30 minutes instead of one hour because I made them on a baking sheet instead of a muffin pan.  It seemed to be the perfect cooking time.  They smelled so good I had to have a warm one when they came out of the oven.

Can't wait to use these to make sandwiches or burgers this week.  


  1. I noticed in your Atkins Revolution rolls you use ricotta... I watched a youtube video tutorial where the person used cream cheese instead. Have you tried it with the cream cheese? or is there a difference? I'm going to attempt to make these...(lol attempt) and I wasn't sure what the better way was...

  2. I did some research before I made them and it seems like a lot of people use ricotta. I've also seen the recipe with cream cheese or cottage cheese. I'm not sure if it matters. When you fold in the cheese you have to be gentle so that you don't break down the egg whites, and I was worried that the cream cheese would be too hard to mix.

    It's really not as hard as it looks. The trick is that you have to whip the egg whites for a LONG time. When they're done they will literally sit in the bottom of the bowl even if you turn it upside down. And keep checking on them while they are cooking because they burn easily. And use plenty of cooking spray because they like to stick to the pan.

    Let me know how it goes!

  3. Thanks! I got the ingredients earlier, and am planning a little back session later tonight...so I will definitely let you know how they turn out!

  4. Did you go with the cream cheese? Please keep me posted!

  5. I made a batch with cream cheese this morning. Their great! I'm going to try the ricotta too when I make my next batch. I let the cream cheese sit and get room temperature soft...it wasn't hard to mix into the yolks at all!

  6. oh, I posted pics of how mine turned out on my page too... very similar to yours, my ones in the muffin pan were a little interesting, I used a bread knife to slice it in the middle, worked just like a bun!

  7. I just had some for lunch with some cheese and roast beef. They reheat really well in a toaster oven.

  8. that sounds good. I have a few ideas for these rolls lol... There's lots that can be done, I think.