Saturday is normally referred to as "Faturday" in our house - a total cheat day. But cheating all day Saturday was stalling my weight loss, among other things. So I just had one "cheat" meal, as far as fat, but not as far as calories.
Lunch was a cup of Thai coconut soup (Amy's Organics). It wasn't as good as the soup at the local Thai restaurant which is sweeter, but likely had a LOT less date sugar in it, which is good. Another slice of Dave's Powerseed bread eaten plain.
Afternoon snack was a small kale and cabbage salad with a Tablespoon of nuts and dried fruit and a tiny drizzle of poppyseed dressing. It was followed by a sugar free jello pudding chaser.
Dinner was the spurge meal. I made homemade hand tossed pizza. I love pizza, especially the hand tossed with a thicker crust. When she was a toddler, my oldest granddaughter preferred the New York Style, mostly so she could pull off the meat and the cheese and then wear the crust as a hat.
The recipe is Tony's from Sunset Magazine (recipe in the comments for now). It made enough for two crusts, so I cut the recipe in half. Using only 1 and 1/2 pieces of pepperoni on each slice for taste, and half the normal amount of cheese, the flavor of the delicious crust really came through and it wasn't loaded with fat. Instead of the third piece of pizza I had steamed veggies.
So here is a pictorial example of my activity level for the afternoon and evening.
Still: Breakfast and lunch combined about 500 calories. Dinner 500 calories. Snacks 210 and nightcap - 80 calories. Should have had an apple instead of the pudding to add a fruit, but. . . .
1290 total for the day I'm tall - so I'm supposed to eat 1200 - 1500 to lose weight, so that's good.
We'll work on that exercise tomorrow.