Put another shrimp in the soup!

I knew last night when I went to bed that my second day fast this week was going to be a tough one. I’m not sure if it is mentally because I already had that mind-set that way, well what I do know was that it has been a challenge today!

I started out this morning with a rocking spinning class and even though my legs were very sore and tired from yesterdays workout I killed it today. I was really focusing on the strokes, the power, the time and calories burned, that way I can really give it all!

After class it has just been one thing after another and I think when we finally sat down to have dinner it was 7pm and I made another version of the famous “tomato soup”. I’m thinking about becoming a professional Tomato Soup Maker…lol

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Anyhow, the soup turned out to be another perfect recipe that goes hand in hand with the 5:2 diet and has less than 500 calories!

This makes 2 servings (approx. 325 calories)

1 Can of diced tomatoes

4 tablespoons Salsa

2 dl water (I used more to make it less thick)

Bouillon

1 Chopped Garlic clove

1/2 chopped yellow onion

1/4 cup Green Lentils

1 bag  Zero Noodles (I use scissors to chop them in smaller pieces)

200 grams Shrimps

2 tablespoons Sour cream

10 grams of Mexican cheese

Fry the garlic and onion together (no oil or butter) and mix water, tomatoes, bouillon, salsa, lentils and bring to a boil for 5 minutes. Use a mixer to make the soup smooth add the sour cream and the noodles and re heart. Add the shrimps and the cheese, sprinkle on some Chili Flakes and enjoy!

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