I'm still working at making lunches for me and my husband in a quick easy manner, taking in consideration the difference in caloric needs! Today I went to extremes both ways!
Here's my box:
In the top tier I have steamed veggies (broccoli and peas) and carrots confetti's.
In the lower tier I have a tomato-cucumber salad, 5 medium shrimps (steamed) and about 1/4 of an orange, sliced.
All in all, my box is about 2 POINTS. I'm home so I'll most likely have a soup to go with it cause I went overboard with the "eat light" thing.
My husband's box is another story:
In the tier to the left he has 2 Onigiri (with peas "fish" on top!) and 2 bento servings of BBQ chicken.
In the tier to the right he has steamed veggies, cucumber pieces with a container of guacamole, 2 piece of Babybel light cheese and a few slices of orange.
So his box is 9-10 POINTS (I'd say 9 because he doesn't even have a TBSP of guacamole).
Sooooo, that's our Bento-ing for today. I was playing around with foods as usual and am getting better at figuring out what will be satisfying for us. I don't usually give the POINTS and will not continue to do so, I just wanted to show that boxes that are close in size can have a big difference in calories.
To learn more about POINTS and how to use the Weight Watchers program, go to www.weightwatchers.com
It's a learning journey, but it's a fun one!
Happy Bento Everybody!