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Old 02-04-2010, 12:07 PM   #31
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Fish Filet
I eat a lot of fish, and last week I bought a kind I've never had before (Swai) but any firm, white fish filet would do. These were frozen, and I made them on my UD--one fillet was only 80 cal and 23g of protein. I baked them (3) and saved one for the next DD.

I mashed it up like tuna salad with some chopped celery and low fat mayo (just a smidgen). It was delicious (total about 100 cal) and that fish salad held me from 4 am (when I normally eat breakfast) to 3 pm, when I began to feel a little craving for food!

My supermarket sells a variety of types of fish frozen in these 1lb bags, and I plan to get a few to keep on hand for DDs.
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Old 02-05-2010, 07:48 AM   #32
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Wow Leo--that is a boatload of protein for 80 calories--I will look for them, thanks!! I am always looking for protein bombs.

I have been buying gefilte fish for little protein hits--one brand has a 40 calorie fishball --which I top with a little horseradish--it is quite filling and yummy for what it is--
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Old 02-05-2010, 10:55 AM   #33
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I love gefilte fish, but I have a memory that it's too carby for me. I'll have to check next time I'm at the supermarket.
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leo--the kind i buy (manichewitz) has 1 carb and 40 cals--
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New find!

So Delicious brand of Coconut Milk Creamer (original flavor)

for 1 TBSP serving:

10 calories
1 carb

made with organic coconut milk and the sweetner is organic evaporated cane juice

I just made a tall iced coffee with 2 TBSP for a DD treat! I didn't add any additional sweetener, but I don't normally drink coffee very sweet.

There was also a french vanilla and hazelnut flavor for 20 calories per TBSP, not sure of the carbs (maybe 4? per serving). It looks and pours like creamer! No dairy, soy, or corn syrup.
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New find!

So Delicious brand of Coconut Milk Creamer (original flavor)

for 1 TBSP serving:

10 calories
1 carb

made with organic coconut milk and the sweetner is organic evaporated cane juice

I just made a tall iced coffee with 2 TBSP for a DD treat! I didn't add any additional sweetener, but I don't normally drink coffee very sweet.

There was also a french vanilla and hazelnut flavor for 20 calories per TBSP, not sure of the carbs (maybe 4? per serving). It looks and pours like creamer! No dairy, soy, or corn syrup.
Wow interesting! I'll keep my eye out at WF for this.
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Old 02-16-2010, 02:09 PM   #38
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I made this today for lunch and it was really good and low calorie.

2 baby zucchini's - chopped
little bit of onion
Saute in a tiny bit of oil
Salt & pepper

Once the zucchini is tender add 1 single serving can of low sodium V-8 juice.

Bring to a boil and serve. I added a little bit of parmesan cheese and it was really good!

The V-8 juice is 70 calories. In ****** the zucchini said 2 calories per, which doesn't sound right.

The parmesan is 20 for 2 TBLS.

So, about 100 calories for a good, filling and low-calorie meal.
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Thanks NoSugarShell I'll be making your recipe tomorrow on my DD. Today is an UD and It's around 5:00 p.m and I've only consumed 1000 cal. and not even hungry. Can't say that has ever happened, but I'm not complaining.
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a shirataki recipe:

today I rinsed and drained some shirataki noodles (0/0). sauteed one diced stalk of celery and one minced green onion in some pam. added the noodles and heated til the extra water evaporated. Added 4 Tbs of Arriba Salsa con Queso (15 cals/2 Tbs). For about 40 calories I had a huge bowl of filling tasty spicy fiber. Sometimes for a DD dinner I first sautee a chicken jalapeno sausage, add some other veggies like broccoli, and then do the noodle/queso thing. Delish and filling for less than 200 cals

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Old 02-28-2010, 01:31 PM   #42
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Has anyone had protein shakes and bars for the dd on the first two weeks? I'm starting this diet tomorrow and saw that they are recommended.
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Sorry, I didn't notice that this was a recipe board. Ignore me!

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Hi mikendomsmum! Please join us on the monthly JUDDD thread! Some people did use protein shakes for the first two weeks. Part of the reason for that is so those down day calories would be controlled and exactly measured. With "real" food sometimes it is harder to estimate the calories, and many people have a tendency to overeat. Hope you see this message!
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Nice little treat (ate it on an UD, but still!)

Horizon organic american cheese slice (60) cals nuked on parchment paper for about 35 seconds (still very flexible)--add a nuked hebrew national 97%ff hot dog (40 cals)--some sf ketchup/relish--for about 105 calories a nice filling little hot dog treat

two horizon slices (120 cals)--nuked on parchment for about 50 seconds (flexible) 1 can TJ's tongol tuna (150 cals) sf ketchup and light mayo--around 300 cals for a great tuna sandwich--

Also--I found the seafood sausages at trader joes--100 calories for a GIANT sausage--I think 22 g protein-i slice it and combine with two packs of rinsed drained and snipped shirataki noodles and 4 Tbs salsa con queso and about two handfuls of arugula--heat til hot--a gigantic bowl of protein LC yumminess for under 200 calories--I like heat so I also sprinkle chipotle chili powder over this--delish--

And--one scoop of protein powder (mine is 75 cals per scoop) mixed with 2 Tbs hersheys extra dark cocoa (10 cals and 1 net carb)--mixed with a little tiny bit of water or davinci's if you are doing AS--mix till dissolved. less than 100 calories of protein pudding which is delish and very sustaining--and unlike a lot of sweetened treats, does NOT set me off because of the protein.
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Pineapple Shake

1 cup diced pineapple.........78 calories
1 cup Almond Breeze...........40 calories
1 tsp Molasses...................15 calories (approximately)
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Favorite Down Day Meal

l/2 pound of lean hamburger (340 calories)
l/4 onion
1 bag shredded cabbage or cole slaw mix (75 calories)
4 tbs concentrated beef au jus (Johnny's)
l/2 cup beef broth
soy sauce to taste

fry hamburger and onion in large skillit.
Add cabbage and beef broth and let simmer on low until cabbage is wilted.
stir in au jus and serve. Add soy sauce if desired.

one serving
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GLUCOMANNAN SHAKE FOR REDEEMED! 1/2 scoop of vanilla protein powder (optional but gives a lot of staying powder for 40 calories), 1 tsp of glucomannan powder, shake together--add orange or any flavour crystal light, shake again, add liquid of your choice (I like a diet sunkist, but again any flavour sparkling or flat--can be just water, or almond breeze/water with davinci's, etc. shake to thoroughly mix and let sit in fridge til ready to drink. Should thicken up. Experiment to make the flavour you like best. Target carries and apple flavoured drink mix that I like and makes a nice shake.

Sometimes I make the glu powder up into a thick gel--(1 tsp/2 cups water and blend--keep in fridge). I then add gel to different flavourings and blend again--makes a thick zero calorie shake if you only add sweetener and crystal light.
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This is a kind of Chicken Stew I've been using for family dinners (it's quick) and potlucks and dds.
Took about 4 pounds of frozen chicken breasts, flavored with salt and garlic powder and slow cooked, made it's own broth. When chicken is done, chunked it and added one large sliced onion, cooked slow another 30 minutes. Then added a package of frozen veggies-today it was asparagus stir fry vegs-Walmart, and cooked another 15 minutes (don't over cook, want vegs still a little crunchy). Could have used any frozen vegs you wanted.
Today I took the leftover chicken, about 6 breast halves, added 1 large onion chopped, 1 small zucchini chopped, about 1 cup of the broth, cooked about 30 minutes-took to a pot luck, and everyone liked it. Brought some home for my DD. I think if you take about 4 ounces of the chicken and about 1/2 cup of the veggies it should be less than 150 cals, I can have this 3 times tomorrow for my dd, may even be supper tonight.
This sure does make my Sunday afternoons easy, my kids drop by and they are hungry and I have something-if they don't show up I have my next few dds.
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This sounds excellent. I will be trying it.
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nitenurse that sounds really good!

Jessica, please go read my response in the main JUDDD thread!!!
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Here is my new best DD friend-a cold summer veg soup, like gazpacho, I love vinegar on DDs. Chopped up 3 tomatoes, 1 cucumber, clove garlic, 4 Tbsp onion-2 Tbsp parsley-added to 1 C. chicken broth and 3 tbsp vinegar. refrigerate and serve ad lib. I just add the calories each time I make it, because the amount of veggies I use varies depending about what I have on hand. . But it is really low, I make a quart at a time and eat all day. Guess today it was about 100 calories per cup.
Recipe calls for sour cream when serving, but I like it just the way it is, I guess a teaspoon of sourcream for about 15 calories wouldn't hurt, if you wanted it.

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thanks nitenurse. Sounds great!
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Not much activity goign on over here but i thought i woudl share a couple of my soups and my snack baggie for anyone that is interested in trying them. We have some new people too so these might be something to try. The snack bag gets me through the day when the hunger hits.

Snack bag
1 medium cucumber peeled and sliced 25 calories
2 sugar free baby gerkins 0 calories
1 sugar free bread and butter pickle 0 calories
1 dill pickle 5 calories
1 celery stalk cut into bitesized pieces 10 calories
About 40 calories for the whole bag

I add all of this to a sandwich bag and add some of the juice from either the baby gerkins or bread and butter pickles to the bottom. Not a whole lot. I put it in my lunch bag and i use one of the freezer packs to keep it cold. Its great for midmorning and right before going home so i dont snack while i cooking dinner.
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This one is very low calorie. Kinda a take off of one that redeemed posted.

Zucchini soup

6 medium zucchini cut into slices
1/2 medium red onion
8oz frozen spinach
1 bag of pictsweet sliced frozen squash
3 C chicken broth
2 C mushrooms
1/2 C cilantro

Cook the zucchini, spinach, onion, mushroom and cilantro in the chicken broth until all is soft. I dont use alot of liquid because i want it nice and thick. Once everything is soft puree with a hand blender until desired consistency. Add the whole bag of the sliced squash and heat until the squash is thawed and warm. Leave the squash whole. I got 5 servings out of this soup.

I put the whole recipe into the mydailyplate to get the total then divided the recipe into 5servings. They are very good sized servings. I put the bowls in the back of my fridge where things usually freeze...lol Take one to work with me on DD's for lunch.

30 calories per bowl!!!!
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This is one is the one im eating right now on DD's. Its very good too. A little more calories but not much.

Brocolli/cauli soup

1 16oz bag of winter mix: brocolli/cauliflower blend
3 medium zucchini
8 oz frozen spinach
1/2 medium onion
1 bag pictsweet sliced frozen squash
2 cups chicken broth
1 can of hot rotel

Cook winter mix, zucchini, spinach, and onion in chicken broth until soft. Puree until desired consistency. Add the can of rotel and the bag of squash and cook until all is heated. I was able to get 6 bowls out of this one. The rotel really gave this a very nice kick. I got the hot with the habanero peppers. Just the one can made the soup nice and spicy!!! Really love it!

47 calories per bowl
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Gosh these look fabulous!!! I'm getting the ingredients today!
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This is one is the one im eating right now on DD's. Its very good too. A little more calories but not much.

Brocolli/cauli soup

1 16oz bag of winter mix: brocolli/cauliflower blend
3 medium zucchini
8 oz frozen spinach
1/2 medium onion
1 bag pictsweet sliced frozen squash
2 cups chicken broth
1 can of hot rotel

Cook winter mix, zucchini, spinach, and onion in chicken broth until soft. Puree until desired consistency. Add the can of rotel and the bag of squash and cook until all is heated. I was able to get 6 bowls out of this one. The rotel really gave this a very nice kick. I got the hot with the habanero peppers. Just the one can made the soup nice and spicy!!! Really love it!

47 calories per bowl
Shelly,

This looks so delicious and healthy! Six vegetables in one soup - and the onion. I can't wait to try this.
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Redeemed: I love your favorite DD recipe, however 1lb isn't 340 calories, it's more like a whopping 788 of lean meat, a little less for super lean. I had to adjust down to a quarter pound. Good tho!!
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