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@KatherineUK - I know what you mean about the butter. My other biggest "red light" food (sorry, old WW term ) is peanut butter...which goes especially well with warm, fresh baked bread. Ugh! I love smoothies, but when I used to eat smoothies or just fruit for breakfast it always left me hungry about 30 minutes later or never filled me up. Glad they're working for you though
mrspotatohead wrote:Hoping someone can help me with an issue. I make bread for my family from scratch, both whole wheat and white. I am on MWL plan and stay away from it for about 3 days, tops.
Then, for some reason, I break down, eat some bread and then before you know it, peanut butter and banana on bread, and then down a slippery slope. Takes me a couple of days to get back on track.
Any idea how to break the bread habit? Like I said, I'm fine for about 3 days and then all he$$ breaks loose!
Anyone else have a problem with bread?
Take a small amount, roll into a ball and put into the frying pan and flatten it. Lid on pan. And after about 5 min. you have one wonderful, fresh, tasty whole wheat bun.
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