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Old 01-20-2012, 02:10 PM   #391
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Fage 0%, it is so hard not to go for 100%. Respect Dawn.
I'm trying to find the 100% and haven't been able to. Sucks living in health-conscious California!

It was so good I wanted it for UDs too, but can't justify the small calories in the 0%.
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Old 01-20-2012, 05:35 PM   #392
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I was reading around the threads and saw that cabbage and laughing cow recipe, so I decided to try it. It was alright but it wasn't awesome. But then I tried adding diced tomatoes, and it was better!

And then I remembered this recipe that I loved from Linda Sue's site, Mom's Crazy Cabbage:

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MOM'S CRAZY CABBAGE
1 1/2 pounds ground beef
1 small onion, chopped, 2 1/2 ounces
1 small cabbage, coarsely chopped, about 1 pound 13 ounces before trimming *
14.5 ounce can diced tomatoes, undrained
3 strips bacon
Salt and pepper, to taste

Brown the beef and onion; drain off the grease and season with salt and pepper. Put half of the cabbage in the bottom of a greased 9x13" baking dish. Season with salt and pepper. Top with the meat then the remaining cabbage; season again. Pour or spoon the tomatoes evenly over the cabbage and lay the strips of bacon over the top. Cover with foil and bake at 325º for 3 hours. Discard the bacon before serving.

Makes 6 servings
Can be frozen

* I figured 1 1/2 pounds after trimming into the carb counts. Don't use a larger cabbage or it won't all fit in the baking dish.

Per Serving: 259 Calories; 15g Fat; 22g Protein; 10g Carbohydrate; 3.5g Dietary Fiber; 6.5g Net Carbs
I put in the ingredients leaving out the bacon and with one pound of lean ground beef, and it was something like 900 calories for the whooooole thing. One quarter of it was quite filling for about 225 calories! And it's so good! I didn't use shredded cabbage, I used a whole cabbage and chopped it up, not sure if shredded would get too soggy or not.
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From Hungry Girl

Sauced 'n Simmered Dijon Chicken

PER SERVING (entire recipe): 210 calories, 1.5g fat, 570mg sodium, 12g carbs, 1g fiber, 4.5g sugars, 34g protein -- PointsPlus® value 5*

The sweet sauce pairs nicely with the onions -- give it a try!

Ingredients:
1 tbsp. sugar-free pancake syrup
1/2 tbsp. Dijon mustard
1/2 tbsp. balsamic vinegar
One 5-oz. raw boneless skinless chicken breast cutlet, cut into strips
1/8 tsp. garlic powder
1/8 tsp. each salt and black pepper
1/2 cup chopped onion
Optional: cayenne pepper

Directions:
To make the sauce, in a medium bowl, mix syrup, mustard, and vinegar. Stir in 1/4 cup water.

Bring a skillet sprayed with nonstick spray to medium-high heat. Add chicken and season with garlic powder, salt, black pepper and, if you like, a dash of cayenne pepper. Add onion and sauce. Cook and stir until chicken is cooked through and onion has softened, about 7 minutes. Enjoy!

MAKES 1 SERVING
I AM SOOO MAKING THIS TODAY!! Thanks Beeb!
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DD tuna noodle casserole

2 small bags shiritaki noodles rinsed and snipped
1 tuna pouch (90)
2 Tbs each chopped onion and celery
2 wedges laughing cow melted in a little milk (I used almond) (75)

stir above all together and put in oven proof crock

top with 2 Tbs parmesan or lowfat mozzarella (I used a combo) sprinkle paprika on top

bake 350 degrees for 20 minutes or until hot and melty

I figure 225 cals for the whole thing including the cheese on top
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I used the super-low and tweaked it to get....

Super Low Apple Turnover (sort of)
3T oat fiber (I do not count anything on this, it's all fiber and your body can't break it down for fuel)
1 large egg (70 cals)
1/4tsp baking powder (5 cals)
4-6T water
pinch salt (don't leave it out)
1 packet, or 2 drops sweetener of your choice
1/4tsp ground cinnamon (5 cals)
2 heaping tablespoons walden farms apple butter
spray margarine (I used parkay spray) 5 cals
additional cinnamon and powdered sweetener for dusting if desired

I made this in a sandwich maker (see below) but you could do it in the microwave, I'd imagine.

Heat sandwich maker and spritz with cooking spray. Close and let it run through the heating cycle.
Beat the egg and add salt, sweetener, 2T water and beat well. Add the oat fiber, cinnamon and baking powder. Mix well then let it sit for 1 minute. If it gets really thick (and it will) add 1-2 more tablespoons water to make it into a very thick pancake batter.
Pour 1/2 into the bottom wells of the sandwich maker, then gently add the apple butter. Top with remaining batter (which probably thickened more while you did this) and then close the lid.
Let it cook for 4-5 minutes.
Once it's cooked through, lift the lid and let it sit in the sandwich maker for 2-3 minutes, then gently remove to a plate.
Spritz with the butter spray and then sprinkle with additional cinnamon and sweetener, if using.

I would make this the same way for the microwave, just layer it in a microwave safe bowl and cook in high for 1.5-2 minutes.

Makes 1 turnovers (my sandwich maker has a center cutter line, so it could be 2) @85 calories; 39g fiber; 6g protein

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Old 01-31-2012, 02:16 PM   #396
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I just had a yummy lunch.

1 package shirataki noodles (20) The package says 0 but *** says 20
3 oz cherry tomatoes, quartered (25)
Wyler's beef bouillon cube (0-5)
1/2 serrano chili (2)
3 oz Fage 0% (50)

I rinsed and drained the noodles well, then dry fried them in a large skillet until they turned white (instead of opaque) with the sliced serrano. I nuked the bouillon cube in a little water until it melted, then added it to the yogurt and mixed. I added the tomatoes to the skillet and just let them wilt a little, removed from heat, and mixed it all together in a bowl.

I think next time, I'll reduce the Fage to about 2 oz and maybe sprinkle some fresh herbs on top. A little fresh garlic or ginger might have been nice too.

I guess it's similar to the Hungry Girlfredo which I have not yet made.
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I don't know what to call this but I love it on baked chicken, or in a stirfry too the flavour is really intense and a little goes a long way.

1 jar walden farms apricot jam 0
1 package dry onion soup mix 120
1 T curry powder
1 T ginger

that's it! It makes alot I keep it in the fridge and use it a little bit at a time.
Just spread some on your protein and bake!

I hope you like it.
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Old 02-01-2012, 12:37 PM   #398
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I don't know what to call this but I love it on baked chicken, or in a stirfry too the flavour is really intense and a little goes a long way.

1 jar walden farms apricot jam 0
1 package dry onion soup mix 120
1 T curry powder
1 T ginger

that's it! It makes alot I keep it in the fridge and use it a little bit at a time.
Just spread some on your protein and bake!

I hope you like it.
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Lordy, that sounds good!!! I absolutely am going to get the jam to make a batch of this. Thanks for posting.
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Old 02-01-2012, 12:42 PM   #399
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"No Lettuce Salad"

1 cup celery in nice, bite-size pieces (not chopped)
1/4 cup onion, chopped
1/2 cup tomato, chopped
1/2 cup English cucumber, bite-sized pieces
1 cup favorite cooked, chopped protein (salmon, chicken, tuna, tofu, etc.)
2 TBL favorite low-cal dressing

I made this the evening before, chilled it, and it was cold and crispy still at lunch the next day.

LOST 10 POUNDS SO FAR AS OF 2/1/12

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Lordy, that sounds good!!! I absolutely am going to get the jam to make a batch of this. Thanks for posting.
Yay!
for an UD the original recipe is 1 jar mango chutney 1 pkg onion soup mix...
but there is no such thing as sugar free chutney!

In a pinch ED smith makes a no sugar added apricot jam which is about 20 cals for 2 T I think adds more cals but works really well if you can't get WF...just remember if you use jam instead of chutney to add the curry powder and ginger. This is a fav for my whole family! And if using on an UD it's divine on a bed of couscous, just sayin'...
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the Polaner sf fiber jam, apricot flavour is 10 cals per TBS and fabulous
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here's another idea...
I make a large pot of oatmeal from scratch and mix in some caramel davinci and cinnamon with the required amount of water. put into silicone muffin cups and cool. my muffin cups hold 1/2 cup each and one is 74 calories. when cool they will hold their shape, you can pop them out then store in a larger tupperware container. just grab one in the morning put over 1 T any flavour WF jam heat and then put WF pancake syrup over top.
74 calories! For an up day you can use cream instead of syrup...or have two ...or add some dried fruit or 1/2 banana... or... lol enjoy!
ETA you can also slice like polenta and fry in butter...

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the Polaner sf fiber jam, apricot flavour is 10 cals per TBS and fabulous
sounds good!
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I made a new creation today thats wonderful!!!!
went to big lots and they had bottles of coconut water on sale, they are 16oz bottles, no sugar added, i love coconut water!!! I made a gluc pudding using it for my DD today

8oz coconut water 45 calories
3T egg whites 25 calories
1t gluc
a little liquid sweetener
1/2 t coconut extract

blended it all in my bullet, let sit in fridge for about an hour
It tastes like coconut meringue pie!!! It was sooooo good!!!
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I made a new creation today thats wonderful!!!!
went to big lots and they had bottles of coconut water on sale, they are 16oz bottles, no sugar added, i love coconut water!!! I made a gluc pudding using it for my DD today

8oz coconut water 45 calories
3T egg whites 25 calories
1t gluc
a little liquid sweetener
1/2 t coconut extract

blended it all in my bullet, let sit in fridge for about an hour
It tastes like coconut meringue pie!!! It was sooooo good!!!
O my, this sounds incredibly delicious! Now, I can use some of my coconut water that's sitting in the pantry!
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Old 02-09-2012, 07:14 AM   #406
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From Hungry Girl and makes a LARGE serving for 155 calories, 1g fat, and 16g fiber !!

Faux Fried Onion Rings

1 large onion
1/2 cup Fiber One Original bran cereal
1/4 tsp. garlic powder, or more to taste
1/8 tsp. onion powder, or more to taste
1/8 tsp. salt, or more to taste
Black pepper, to taste
1/2 cup fat-free liquid egg substitute (like Egg Beaters Original)
Optional dip: Vivi's Original Sauce Classic Carnival Mustard

Directions:

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

Slice the ends off the onion and remove its outer layer. Cut onion into 1/2-inch-wide slices and separate into rings. Set aside.

Using a blender or food processor, grind cereal to a breadcrumb-like consistency. Season crumbs with the spices and transfer to a plate or bowl. Set aside.

Fill a small bowl with egg substitute. Prepare a baking sheet (or two) by spraying with nonstick spray. Set aside.

Pop-Up Tip! For the following step, use tongs or a fork to dip the rings into the egg substitute and cereal crumbs -- it'll keep your fingers from getting eggy & crumb-covered. (Don't pierce the rings with the fork; just balance them on it.)

One at a time, dunk each ring in egg substitute, give it a shake to remove any excess, and then coat it in the seasoned crumbs. Evenly place rings on the baking sheet(s).

Bake in the oven until outsides are crispy and insides are soft, 20 - 25 minutes, carefully flipping rings over about halfway through. Serve with mustard, if using. Enjoy!

MAKES 1 SERVING

HG FYI: You'll only need about 1/4 cup egg substitute to coat your rings, but using 1/2 cup makes it soooo much easier.
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Shrimp and Cauliflower Cheese Soup Mexican Style!
Makes 4 big servings @93 calories per serving; 1.14g fat; 9g carbs; 1.4g fiber; 10g protein

Ingredients

1 1/4 cups Cauliflower In Lowfat Cheese Sauce(I used Kroger brand. It's a 2.5 serving microwave box. I used the whole box)
4 tbsp Salsa casera (red) (I used Herdez HOT)
2 Very Low Sodium Chicken Flavor Bouillion Packets (I used herb ox sodium free)
4 cups Drinking Water
1/2 medium Onion, Raw
8 oz shrimp (raw)

Directions

Cook cauliflower according to package directions and set aside.
In a pan, mix everything except the shrimp and cauliflower. Simmer until onion is soft, then add the shrimp and cauliflower and cheese sauce. Bring to a simmer for 5 minutes to cook the shrimp.
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Check out the recipe threads over at MEDI WEIGHTLOSS Medi Weightloss - Low Carb Friends since the program is all low carb, low fat, low calorie it would fit in for the DD on JUDDD for those of you doing low carb. Most days women are only supposed to eat 500 calories/day
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Cobby Cordon Bleu from Hungry Girl

PER SERVING (1 stuffed cutlet): 217 calories, 4.5g fat, 835mg sodium, 2g carbs, 0g fiber, 1g sugars, 37g protein -- PointsPlus® value 5*

Three ingredients fusing together two classic dishes. This chicken rollup RULES...

Ingredients:

One 5-oz. raw boneless skinless chicken cutlet, pounded to 1/2-inch thickness
1 wedge The Laughing Cow Light Blue Cheese
1 tbsp. precooked real crumbled bacon (like the kind by Oscar Mayer)
Seasonings: salt, black pepper

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a baking pan with nonstick spray.

Season chicken with 1/8 teaspoon each salt and black pepper. Lay chicken flat, spread with cheese, and sprinkle with bacon.

Tightly roll up chicken and secure with toothpicks. Place in the baking pan, seam side down.

Cover pan with foil and bake for 20 minutes.

Remove foil and bake until chicken is cooked through, about 15 minutes. Enjoy!

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Down Day Chicken Chili

Ingredients:

4 oz extra lean ground chicken
1 Can Rotel Tomatoes and Green Chilies
1/4 Cup Goya Tomato Sauce or any sauce at 15 calories a 1/2 cup
1 Clove Garlic, minced
1/4 Cup sliced onions, cut into bite sized pieces
1/2 Cup Juanita's Mexican Hominy or any other lower calorie hominy
Spices to taste: Chili powder, Cumin, Oregano, Salt, Pepper, Cayenne, Parsley, and any other Mexican type spice you like
1 tsp Granulated Sweetener (optional)
Cooking Spray

Directions:

Spray Sauce Pan with cooking spray
Break Chicken into bite sized pieces
Brown Chicken, Garlic and Onions until chicken is no longer pink
Add Rotel and Hominy
Add Tomato Sauce
Add Spices
Add Sweetener, if using
Cook on low for 30 minutes to 1 hour, stirring occasionally

Serve hot with 1/4 cup Fat Free Shredded Cheese (add 45 more calories to recipe if added)

Makes 1 LARGE Serving..... 236 calories, 28.45g protein, 20.40 net carbs
To make lower in calories omit Hominy.....176 calories, 26.45g protein, 16.40 net carbs

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As fates would have it I actually stopped and watched Dr Oz the other day lol.
He had a segment on 200 calorie "pre-dinner" snacks and as I watched I was thinking those would make darned good DD meals!
So here's the list of snacks he had:

Dr Oz: Thin Slice Prosciutto Recipe

Eat this 1-2 hours before dinner to give it time to work. This pre-dinner snack is 200 calories and specifically works to blast belly fat.

-1 thin slice prosciutto (my note: 1 slice of prosciutto is probably 1/4oz)
-2% mozzarella string cheese (I like Frigo light)
-2 olives (5 small pimento stuffed green olives are 25 cals)
-1 C zucchini (1/2 a medium one)
-¼ c chick peas (I'd get canned, rinse well then roast them at 350 for about 30 minutes until they're crunchy -sprinkle lightly with salt and garlic powder)

Dr Oz: Mini Pizza Pocket Recipe

-1 mini whole-wheat pita pocket (joseph's l/c pita @ 60 cals)
-1 oz 2% reduced fat mozzarella cheese
- 2 Tbsp pasta sauce (contains lycopene)
-1 C spinach
- 2 onion slices.

Dr Oz: Skinny Dips & Chips Recipe

-1/2 C 2% Greek yogurt (I'd use fat free because that's all I can find here)
-1 tsp walnuts
-garlic
-black pepper
-1 tsp hot sauce
-½ oz blue potato chips (Dr Oz note: (Blue potato chips contain a compound to trick your body into thinking it is thin.) (my note: I wish that was true hahaha) (corn is a trigger food for me, I'd use a l/c pita and toast it instead)
-1 C cherry tomatoes

Dr Oz Cheesy Apple Sandwich Recipe

-4 apple slices
-3 Tbsp low-fat ricotta cheese
-10 almonds
-lemon juice

Directions: Core the apple and cut into rounds. Take 2 slices and spread on ricotta cheese. Sprinkle on some almonds and lemon juice. You can enjoy 2 apple slices for only 200 calories
(my note: I'd probably skip the lemon juice and sprinkle on the cinnamon instead!)
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Dottie, those look great! I especially like the prosciutto recipe!
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Wow, I saw that show, too but never thought of using his 200 calorie snack suggests as meals!

WTG, Dottie!!! I just love this idea!!
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gosh those look good! I especially like the look of the prosciutto one--

Also remember that Hungry Girl has a cookbook out called "200 under 200"--200 meals for less than 200 calories. Some of her recipes are too processed for me, but she also has some good ones!
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Old 02-22-2012, 03:42 AM   #419
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I just found this recipe in an old cookbook that I had called "Lean and Luscious" It has only 85 calories a cup.

SPLIT PEA SOUP ( 8 one cup servings)

6 ounces uncooked split peas
6 cups water
1 cup chopped onions
1/2 cup chopped celery
1/2 cup chopped carrots
1 clove garlic minced
1 tsp thyme.
salt and pepper to taste

Place peas and water in large saucepan over medium heat and bring to a boil
Add remaining ingredients, reduce heat to low and cover and simmer until peas are soft, about 2 hours. Stir occasionally while cooking

For a thicker soup mash with with fork or potato masher

Per cup it has 6 g protein, 0 fat, 15 carbs, 13 sodium, 0 cholesterol. This book was written before they counted fiber grams so they didn't appear in the nutritional breakdown
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Old 02-22-2012, 09:49 AM   #420
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SPLIT PEA SOUP ( 8 one cup servings)

Per cup it has 6 g protein, 0 fat, 15 carbs, 13 sodium, 0 cholesterol. This book was written before they counted fiber grams so they didn't appear in the nutritional breakdown
I ran it through *** and for those still counting carbs it came out to 17 carbs, 6 fiber for a net of 12. It sounds good though and I may try it on an UD where I allow for carbier things occasionally.
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