A while ago, after much testing that yielded crazy high readings on my meter, I realized I had to give up my beloved PB&J. It hurt. It hurt more than the cereal. PB&J is the perfect morning breakfast. Easy to make in the morning, only dirtying up a butter knife, wrap it up and voila, done. And, since we're always honest here, I'm not a big fan of breakfast. Sure, I like eggs and bacon and waffles and bagels but lunch and dinner is where it's at.
I was pretty gloomy after I made the dreadful decision of saying good bye. Bad breakfasts happened, usually ones that had me in hunger panic mode when lunchtime finally rolled around. But then, the sky opened because I found this.
And then this.
Which made this.
And then all was right with the world.
Don't forget the sugar-free iced coffee from McDonald's, the only thing I can stomach from there.
The jelly, while more runny than the sugar-laced one, is surprisingly decent. A serving of the jelly, about 2 tablespoons, contains 5g of carbs and the peanut butter contains about 6g of carbs. The medium sugar-free iced coffee is about 8g of carbs. So far, my blood glucose has taken to the change very well and that, in turn, makes me happy. Very happy. Time to eat!