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Old 03-02-2012, 01:19 PM   #451
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I just made a single batch with 2 Tbs carbquick, 2 Tbs oatfiber, 1/4 t gluc, 1 T psyllium, 1/2 tsp baking powder, eggbeaters (1/4c) davinci's (1/4 cup). 75 calories of filling deliciousness. made 3 big pancakes. THANK YOU!!
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I just made a single batch with 2 Tbs carbquick, 2 Tbs oatfiber, 1/4 t gluc, 1 T psyllium, 1/2 tsp baking powder, eggbeaters (1/4c) davinci's (1/4 cup). 75 calories of filling deliciousness. made 3 big pancakes. THANK YOU!!
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Here is the recipe

1/3 cup Carbquik 90
2T Oat Fiber
1T Flax 30
1/4 tsp gluc powder
1/2 t B. Powder
1/2 t salt - give or take I eyeballed!
1T Psyllium

Wet ingredients
1 large egg- 71
3T egg whites 25
1/4 cup Sf syrup- I used DaVinci Dulce de Leche (smells like pancakes to me!)
1/2 cup almond/coconut milk 23

I get a total of around 240 and this made 6 smaller pancakes! Could have been thinned a little with water I think to make 6 decent sized ones.
3 pancakes 120 calories!!! perfect for a DD with some Walden Farms syrup!

I am looking for ways to cut the calories even more... maybe sub out some wheat bran for the flax and only use egg whites. Maybe cut out the almond milk for water. Or eat 4 on an UD for 160 calories and save 2 for a DD for 80 calories!

Either way these are SUPER filling!!

If I have made any mistakes counting the calories please let me know. Still pretty new to this!

By the way I get at most 4 carbs for the entire recipe! Very low carb friendly too!!!
Is that the whole or powdered or does it matter? I believe in the tortillas it needed to be the whole. I have either one, but just checking. Thanks!
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I just made this for breakfast and it was really good so i thought i would post it.

1/2 can of pure protein vanilla protein shake
I poured a little bit in a bowl and added almost 1t gluc and whisked it until thick then poured more protein in until i used about half the can
added 1T soaked steel cut oats
added a little water and nuked for 2 min
added 1T cocoa, 2 packets of stevia, some walden farms syrup
This was wonderful
1/2 can of protein 55 calories
Steel cut oats 37 calories
1T cocoa 10 calories
very filling breakfast
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Shelly that sounds good! How long did you soak the oats?
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Tilly- I use the powdered! Let us know how they turn out!
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Tilly- I use the powdered! Let us know how they turn out!
Thanks, my next DD dinner!
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I soaked them overnight. They were still a little chewy so I think next time I will cook the oats in the micro alone for a couple min to get them softer but it was still yummy. And really filling.
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delicious Chai latte--

I've written about this before--but I just made one and have to rave: 1 cup almond silk almond milk (35 cals), 1/4 cup DaVinci's sf chai syrup. microwave til hot and then use your frother to make foamy. sooooo good and filling!
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Just wondering, where do you buy the DaVinci syrup?
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delicious Chai latte--

I've written about this before--but I just made one and have to rave: 1 cup almond silk almond milk (35 cals), 1/4 cup DaVinci's sf chai syrup. microwave til hot and then use your frother to make foamy. sooooo good and filling!
Sometimes I do a cup of unsweetened chocolate almond milk with DaVinci's hazelnut and microwave it. So good!
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Sometimes I do a cup of unsweetened chocolate almond milk with DaVinci's hazelnut and microwave it. So good!
Where do you find the unsweetened chocolate almond milk?
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Tilly- I use the powdered! Let us know how they turn out!
Surprisingly good and very filling! Thank you! I should make up some of the dry ingredients and keep around.
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Glad you liked them!! I was doubly surprised with my BF like them!

I have found unsweetened Almond Milk at Wal-mart and my local grocer! In boxes. Not refrigerated. Hope you find it! I want to try that with the SF syrup too! I haven't tried the chocolate yet!
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Where do you find the unsweetened chocolate almond milk?
I get the Almond Breeze unsweetened chocolate (45 calories for 1 cup) at Whole Foods in the aisle where all the unrefrigerated soy, rice, and almond milks are.
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I get the Almond Breeze unsweetened chocolate (45 calories for 1 cup) at Whole Foods in the aisle where all the unrefrigerated soy, rice, and almond milks are.
I don't think to look at the boxed unrefrigerated milk. Thanks!
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Sandwich and "chips" for 250 cals!

Sandwich:
1 joseph's low-carb pita (60 cals)
2oz boars head smokehouse beef brisket (80 cals)
2 tsp dijonnaise (10 cals)
1 wedge laughing cow cheese (35 cals)
(I often leave the cheese off and pile on shredded lettuce and some thin sliced tomato OR use a very low-cal bbq sauce and sliced onions - about the same total calories)

Chips:
1 joseph's low-carb pita cut into 8 wedges and split (60 cals)
just enough olive oil spray to lightly mist (5 cals)

Place on a baking sheet and spritz with oil, sprinkle with salt and bake at 400f for 6 minutes. (Warning: I like mine slightly burnt lol - so go 5 minutes if you don't!)
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DD Chocolate Chip Muffins (Tops) W/Picture

I "borrowed" the idea from Hungry Girl and tweaked it to make a low cal muffin that is moist and yummy!! I am working on a sub for the butter to make this even less in calories without giving up the moistness, texture or yummy-ness!

Ingredients:

1 Cup Whole Wheat Flour
1 Tbs Psillium Husk Powder
1/4 Cup Granulated Sweetener
4 Tbs Brown Sugar Sub
1/4 Tsp Salt
1 1/2 Tsp Baking Powder
1/2 Cup Calorie Countdown Milk or Unsweetened Almond Milk (35 Cals a cup)
1/4 Walden Farms Pancake Syrup
1/4 Plus 2 Tbs Egg Beaters or Egg Whites
2 Tbs Whipped Butter or light buttery spread, room temp
1/2 Tsp Vanilla
2 Tbs Sugar Free Chocolate Chips or Bar made into chips

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Preheat oven to 365 degrees. Line a standard 6-cup muffin pan (or 6 cups of a 12-cup muffin pan) with foil baking cups or spray with nonstick spray. (I used a muffin top pan instead)

In a large bowl, whisk flour, sweetener, brown sugar sub, baking powder, and salt.

In another large bowl, whisk all other ingredients except chocolate chips. Add the flour mixture and stir until smooth. Fold in chocolate chips.

Evenly distribute batter among the 6 lined or sprayed cups of the muffin pan. Bake until a toothpick inserted into the center of a muffin comes out clean, about 22 minutes for regular muffins and 17 to 19 minutes for muffin tops.

MAKES 6 SERVINGS

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 Serving


Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 35
Calories 118

% Daily Values*
Total Fat 3.87g 6%
Saturated Fat 2.231g 11%
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.156g
Monounsaturated Fat 0.046g
Cholesterol 5mg 2%
Sodium 55mg 2%
Potassium 99mg
Total Carbohydrate 18.1g 6%
Dietary Fiber 5.1g 20%
Sugars 0.33g
Protein 4.82g



Using a muffin top pan ^^^
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I don't do JUDDD but Ouizoid asked me to post these here:

Ingredients:

3 servings syntrax (3 scoops vanilla syntrax protein powder)
4 servings flax meal(1/2 cup)
3 large egg
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 large zucchini, grated
1/2 C chopped pecans
2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
3 tsp glucomannan powder
1/2 cup vanilla DaVincis (sugar free)
1/2 cup water (to thin out batter)

Crack the eggs in a bowl, and with a mixer, slowly add in 1/2 tsp of the glucomannan powder at a time, mix very well and the eggs should thicken up. Next add the vanilla, zucchini, pecans, cinnamon, salt, baking powder, baking soda, and DaVincis and mix well. Add the flax meal and protein powder and start mixing. The batter will be very dry at this point, and slowly add in the water while mixing to loosen it up until it is the consistency of regular cupcake batter.

Use an ice cream scoop to evenly distribute in muffin papers, should make 18, and bake for 30 minutes at *350 (check after 20 minutes because ovens vary.)

Nutritional Counts per 1/18th:
Calories:66, Fat:4.03g, Carbs:1.84g, Fiber:1.4g, Net Carbs:0.44g


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3 servings syntrax (3 scoops vanilla syntrax protein powder)
4 servings flax meal(1/2 cup)
3 large egg
1 tsp vanilla extract
5 oz blackberries
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
1/2tsp salt
3 tsp glucomannan powder
1/2 cup vanilla DaVincis (sugar free)
1/2 cup water (to thin out batter)

Crack the eggs in a bowl, and with a mixer, slowly add in 1/2 tsp of the glucomannan powder at a time, mix very well and the eggs should thicken up. Next add the vanilla, blackberries, baking powder, baking soda, salt and DaVincis and mix well. Add the flax meal and protein powder and start mixing. The batter will be very dry at this point, and slowly add in the water while mixing to loosen it up until it is the consistency of regular cupcake batter.

Use an ice cream scoop to evenly distribute in muffin papers, should make 18, and bake for 30 minutes at *350 (check after 20 minutes because ovens vary.)

Nutrition counts per 1/18th:
Calories:46, Fat:1.87g, 1.81g carbs, Fiber:1.3g, Net carbs:0.51g


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Oh MsWoods!! Thanks so much, they look yummy!!! Can't wait to try them and the calories are great for a DD!!

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I went to happy hour at my friend's condo in Florida and one couple brought this. It was the first thing to disappear. It just occurred to me that it would be a perfect all-day down-day meal. It's like wienie fajitas and it's really delicious - although I'm not sure I would have believed it if I hadn't eaten it first! I know it sounds weird but try it! All this for about 350 calories!!!

4 Hebrew National Fat-Free wieners (40 cal/each)
1 large onion, cut into 1" chunks (63)
1 large bell pepper cut into 1" chunks (33)
1 tablespoon low-sugar catsup (5)
1/2 tablespoon olive oil (60)
2 tablespoons low-fat sour cream (30)

Cut the wieners lengthwise in half; then each half lengthwise again so you have 4 long skinny strips. Then cut those strips into one inch pieces. This is so you have lots of surface for browning.

Heat 1/3 of the olive oil on high in a skillet or wok. Add wieners and brown, brown, brown. The browner the better - even have some kinda' burnt looking edges.

Remove from skillet; add another 1/3 of the olive oil and brown the peppers. Remove and and the last of the olive oil and brown the onions. Again, get some burnt edges to add lots of flavor. Put everything back in and add the wieners. Add the catsup and stir to coat.

On your plate you can choose to add the sour cream and/or salsa depending on your calorie level and jalapenos if you like picante! This is a very very satisfying meal and makes enough for a nice big lunch and dinner.
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This sounds delicious!

And yes, it's a DD and yes, it's about 45 minutes to dinnertime!

But seriously, I think this sounds very good - you could even make an egg white/psyllium wrap for this, right?

You gave me an idea here - I just may saute the hot dogs and have them with a pile of cooked veggies - maybe with a mustard sauce of some kind?

Thanks for posting!
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Protein shakes using tea

I have used sugar cookie sleigh ride double strength with half zcoop protein powder, chia seeds, gluc, vanilla extract and stevia, and 2 oz almond milk. This was 100 calories

Today I did candy cane lane tea double strength, ice, 1 scoop protein, 1T coconut flour, 2 oz almond milk, Walden farms chocolate syrup, chocolate extract, gluc, stevia. Soooo good. 150 calories
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This sounds delicious!

And yes, it's a DD and yes, it's about 45 minutes to dinnertime!

But seriously, I think this sounds very good - you could even make an egg white/psyllium wrap for this, right?

You gave me an idea here - I just may saute the hot dogs and have them with a pile of cooked veggies - maybe with a mustard sauce of some kind?

Thanks for posting!
I just had a hot dog on yesterday's DD, dipped in mustard, with a side of broccoli and cauliflower. It felt like a real meal! And was under 100 calories!
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[quote=MsWoods;15477397]I don't do JUDDD but Ouizoid asked me to post these here:

Ingredients:

3 servings syntrax (3 scoops vanilla syntrax protein powder)
4 servings flax meal(1/2 cup)
3 large egg
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 large zucchini, grated
1/2 C chopped pecans
2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
3 tsp glucomannan powder
1/2 cup vanilla DaVincis (sugar free)
1/2 cup water (to thin out batter)

Crack the eggs in a bowl, and with a mixer, slowly add in 1/2 tsp of the glucomannan powder at a time, mix very well and the eggs should thicken up. Next add the vanilla, zucchini, pecans, cinnamon, salt, baking powder, baking soda, and DaVincis and mix well. Add the flax meal and protein powder and start mixing. The batter will be very dry at this point, and slowly add in the water while mixing to loosen it up until it is the consistency of regular cupcake batter.

Use an ice cream scoop to evenly distribute in muffin papers, should make 18, and bake for 30 minutes at *350 (check after 20 minutes because ovens vary.)

Nutritional Counts per 1/18th:
Calories:66, Fat:4.03g, Carbs:1.84g, Fiber:1.4g, Net Carbs:0.44g








Can someone tell me how much protein powder is in those 3 scoops? I don't think the scoops in different brand powders are the same. Thank you!

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Checking the brand at Netrition, it says 1 scoop is 28 grams - 1/4 cup can be from 28 to 32 grams.

However, I did see somewhere in the thread where it said 1/3 cup was 1 scoop, so for this same recipe, that poster apparently used 1 cup...quite a difference.

Personally, I'd go with 1/4 cup.
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Checking the brand at Netrition, it says 1 scoop is 28 grams - 1/4 cup can be from 28 to 32 grams.

However, I did see somewhere in the thread where it said 1/3 cup was 1 scoop, so for this same recipe, that poster apparently used 1 cup...quite a difference.

Personally, I'd go with 1/4 cup.
Thank you very much!
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