Tuesday, February 19, 2013


Isagenix is proving to be tougher this go-around.  I'm still happy with results...it's just that when dinner time rolls around the LAST thing I want to eat is a cold shake.  Our house is about 50 degrees in the evenings (overnight it gets colder...darn cement houses!) and so I usually drink my shake as fast as possible while snuggled under 2-3 quilts with a space heater blasting right on me.  And then I'm all shivery for the evening.  I did learn that Isagenix has a soup mix, so I'm ordering some of that...I'll report how that goes.  

As for new foods...I've tried roasted chickpeas for a snack and they were delicious!!  They are also super easy.  Drain a can of chickpeas (I use the low sodium ones), add 1 Tbs olive oil, seasonings (I've been using cumin, garlic, cayenne & chipotle), spread in baking dish in single layer and bake at 425 for 20 mins, stir and bake another 10.  I also made roasted brussels sprouts...which was the FIRST time I've ever had brussels sprouts and MAN ALIVE...they are wicked delicious!!!  I caramelized some onions, then added the brussels sprouts (halved), a little salt & pepper, tossed them together in a baking dish and roasted them in the oven for 15 mins or so.  Yummy!!

1 comment:

  1. I’m glad you’re back. I started Isagenix the middle of January. I found your blog while looking for general information. I’m glad to see you’ve done so well and are back at it. It seems like an endless process.