here are a bunch of foods i like to eat and make. my eating is disordered at the moment - if you want to copy me, i would recommend making larger portions than what i describe, or adding in some extra stuff that you like.
i don't usually have breakfast, but when i DO i will either have a fibre bar, a protein bar, or some fruit/veg. i usually take a multivitamin after my first meal of the day, especially if i haven't had much food for a while. they're chewy + taste like raspberry and pomegranate :)
nature valley peanut & chocolate protein bar
fibre one popcorn chocolate bar
fibre one cookies & cream protein bair
a braburn apple
2 slices of ham & some white grapes and/or cucumber
an egg (i like them hard-boiled, which i'm told makes me a demon spawn)
all of these things are often accompanied by those 22.5g packets of fridge raiders, or a very small amount of kelloggs honey loops (no milk because fuck milk).
i like my lunches to be simple and refreshing, but still pretty rich in flavour (rich for my autistic tastebuds, anyway). here are some lunches that i like to prepare. when i'm at uni in a month or so, i'll update this with pics of my lunchboxes!! they're gonna be cute as fuck, you can count on me.
one slice of fluffy white bread folded in half
one chicken breast slice (the cooked refrigerated ones you get at supermarkets)
a pinch of salt
some dressing if you're feeling fancy
this is probably the safest + comfiest lunch 4 me to eat
can be accompanied w/ white grapes, cucumber, apple slices, carrot slices etc.
the best salad
iceberg lettuce, red bell pepper slices & cucumber slices
carrot and onion slices too, if they are available at the time and i'm not going too hard on restricting
some coleslaw if there's a day where i'm not afraid of it
there are only so many pre-made supermarket salads you can eat before you realise how stale it can sometimes taste, plus i don't like a lot of the different leaves & lettuces they put in
so i like to keep it simple and make it all myself! much fresher taste to it, and not that much more expensive at all. totally worth it.
most of the time, i like my dinners to be warm and salty or spicy. i get cold pretty quickly, so it helps... here are some dishes i like.
specifically the chicken gyoza from itsu, or the vegetable fusion ones
i like to pair these with chips ("fRiEs"), or pasta, or some vegetables like carrots and broccoli
usually i just have them on their own, though
lots of protein and low in calories
overall a good time.
you have to watch out which type you buy, because a lot of them have shitty chemicals in them that are bad for you and make it taste like death
i like the soba chilli noodle cups
the nakd thai sweet chilli cups are inoffensive if the above is not available.
tesco does little microwaveable packs of different varieties, that are pretty low in calories but still taste good
i like to pair it with vegetables, either raw or cooked
snacks and treats
propercorn 10g multipack bags
fibre one brownies
aldi milk lollies
itsu salt + vinegar prawn crackers
bourbon creme biscuits
tesco red velvet cupcakes