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Measure-In Monday | Week #2

Well, folks, we’ve got some good news and some bad news. The good news is I lost 2 and a half inches all over… the bad news is I didn’t reach my daily water intake last week, so this week, I’m sticking with that as my goal until I can manage an entire week without missing a day!

Last week was a trial, given the stuff going on with the house we’re currently in, and moving within the next week. It’s been stressful!

But my husband and I had our anniversary yesterday, so we went to this restaurant in the town we’re moving to. It was so good! I got this veggie filled cajun alfredo with blackened chicken, and my husband got a classic chicken fried steak. Our eldest ended up with this huge mac n cheese burger!

A few bites in and I was filled to the brim! Obviously I took the rest home for leftovers lol

This week is going to be heavy on the packing so I probably won’t upload my workouts, but I assure you, they are getting done! Until next time!

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*Restaurant Quality* Fettuccini Recipe

Our household does Sundays a little differently. We love to spend the day together because it’s the one day each week we’re guaranteed to be together. It means a lot to me that my family sits down together to eat dinner and enjoy a movie. (We’re working our way through the Harry Potter series!)

On one of these Sundays, I wanted to come up with something different. Something I hadn’t tried before. A Raine original that wasn’t inspired by anything but my own brain (and taste buds if I’m being honest).

I knew I wanted broccoli, beans, and turkey sausage. The rest just came naturally! My husband could have died with how good he said it was, so I’m considering this one a win!

Ingredients:

Half a package of fettuccine
1 can of Navy beans
3 tbsp of Alfredo sauce
10 oz of chopped broccoli
A turkey sausage link (10 oz)
Garlic powder/Onion Powder/Pepper

Directions:

  1. While boiling water for your fettuccine, chop and season the turkey sausage link (garlic powder, onion powder and pepper).
  2. Spray a pan with cooking spray or use olive oil, and start heating up the broccoli and Navy beans on medium heat. By the time they’re cooked through, the fettuccini should be ready
  3. Drain the fettuccini and add the Alfredo sauce, stir and then add the broccoli and beans. Keep the food on a low heat burner
  4. Place the turkey sausage into the same pan used for the broccoli and beans on medium heat until cooked through. Then add the meat to the fettuccini mixture and you’re ready to serve!

I hope you enjoyed this little recipe, let me know if you plan on trying it!