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Old 03-10-2012, 06:37 AM   #481
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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.
Almost all protein powder scoops will weigh in at 1/3 of a cup if you take a level scoopful and dump it into a measuring cup (have done this with all my PP to make sure it was 1/3 cup and it was 1/3 everytime). I would use the 1/3 measure, not the 1/4 as suggested by pinemeadows.
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Almost all protein powder scoops will weigh in at 1/3 of a cup if you take a level scoopful and dump it into a measuring cup (have done this with all my PP to make sure it was 1/3 cup and it was 1/3 everytime). I would use the 1/3 measure, not the 1/4 as suggested by pinemeadows.
The scoop in the powder I use is 4 Tablespoons or 1/4th of a cup.
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All the scoops I've had are 1/3 cup. So it is 1 cup of protein powder. Now if you use different brands of PP you need to adjust the calories/carbs because the syntrax nectar I use has 100 calories and 0 carbs per scoop.
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Oddly, I have bought several containers of Body Fortress from wal-mart and the different flavors have different scoop sizes. The vanilla and chocolate are 1/3 cup, but the choco/peanutbutter and cookies and cream flavors are 1/4 cup.
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Wow - there's quite a difference then.

I got up and measured out exactly 1/4 cup of my protein powder this time, and 1/4 cup was 25 grams.

The brand mentioned in this recipe is at Netrition, and is 28 grams per scoop. So it's just ever so slightly more than 1/4 cup.
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This salad is tasty and LIGHT for DD dinner!

Lime Shrimp and Avocado Salad

Servings: 4

1 lb jumbo cooked shrimp, peeled and deveined, chopped*
1 medium tomato, diced
1 hass avocado, diced
1 jalapeno, seeds removed, diced fine
1/4 cup chopped red onion
2 limes, juice of
1 tsp olive oil
1 tbsp chopped cilantro
salt and fresh pepper to taste
Your choice of lettuce

Calories: 210.4 • Fat: 9.2 g • Protein: 25.1 g • Carb: 7.8 g • Fiber: 3.6 g • Sugar: 0.6

This also would be delish tossed with cooked, cooled pasta for a light pasta salad for UD!
This sounds sooooo delish!!!!!!!!
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Warm Gluc "oatmeal"

1/4 cup chocolate almond milk
3/4 t gluc, whisk until thick
slowly add another 1/4 cup water until blended and thick
2 packets stevia
heat in microwave 45 sec
added walden farms syrup, yummy!!!
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Gluc/Jelly cherry pudding

8oz boiling water and added 1 packet knox gelatin 20 calories
1 packet cherry koolaid dissolved in 12 oz water
add boiling water and stir until well blended
added 2 T walden farms marshmallow dip
added 3 T greek yogurt 30 calories
2t gluc and blended with hand mixer until thick
put into 4 bowls and am eating on this all day
added 1/4 cup cheerios to the cup i just ate and that was yummy 25 calories

Total for the 4 bowls is only 50 calories, so about 12 calories per bowl
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Rhubarb and pear warmer

1 cup rhubarb, chopped chunky
1/2 cup pear slices
3 packets purevia, or other equivalent
1 t ground ginger
1 t vanilla extract
1 t yacon syrup (optional)
Pinch salt

Simmer all ingredients except pear and rhubarb in a saucepan, with about 3 T water or just enough to stop mixture sticking. Keep on a low heat and let mixture start to bubble gently.

Add pear and rhubarb and stir well so syrup coats them thoroughly. Then add a little more water, again just enough to prevent sticking. Do not boil, just simmer for approx 5 minutes or until rhubarb is tender. And serve

Best served with a dollop of your yogurt of choice, and even better with a sprinkle of cereal or chopped nuts if cals allow!

Nutrition info calculated using Calorie Count:
Cals 80
Total carbs 22g
Fibre 5g
1g protein
0g fat

If you don't use the yacon syrup, subtract 3.7g carbs.
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I made this last night and OMG it was GOOD!! Had the mouth feel of a high fat milk shake and VERY filling!!

Ingredients:
1 cup (8 oz) Calorie Countdown Fat Free Milk (35 cals) or Unsweetened Almond Milk (40 cals)

3/4 tsp Gluc powder

Nice splash of SF syrup of choice. I used Strawberry, but have also used vanilla, chocolate, peanut butter and caramel.

2 to 3 TBS sweetener.

3 to 4 ice cubes

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Put on ingredients in a blender or magic bullet and blend well until it thickens up like a milk shake. Don't over blend or you will get pudding (which is a good thing, too ) The ingredients will expand, giving you about 12 to 14 oz of "shake" when you are done.

Drink immediately!

35 to 40 calories depending on what milk product you use!

I am enjoying this right now sooo good!
I used WF chocolate syrup and a few drops of english toffee stevia for a chocolate toffee version.
Yummm and 40 calories!
thank you

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I am enjoying this right now sooo good!
I used WF chocolate syrup and a few drops of english toffee stevia for a chocolate toffee version.
Yummm and 40 calories!
thank you

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I think I will make it tonight. And I bought some unsweet chocolate almond milk today and want to try it. Think I will start with this!
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Old 03-12-2012, 07:41 PM   #492
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I am enjoying this right now sooo good!
I used WF chocolate syrup and a few drops of english toffee stevia for a chocolate toffee version.
Yummm and 40 calories!
thank you

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I just love this recipe!! Where did you get this ^^^^^!!!! You Canadians get all the good stuff!!
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Sweetleaf Liquid Stevia Flavor
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my local diabetic store but I know netrition carries it!
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My first try...

I've been reading all the posts in this thread and really enjoying them. Thank you all for giving great ideas! You inspired me to try making something up.

OK here's my first try at a DD recipe...

2 oz. boneless, skinless chicken thigh - 70
1 T FF chicken broth - 10
1/2 c. Schwan's roasted peppers and onions - 40
1 slice Country Hearth Light Multi Grain Bread, toasted - 40
Smear dijon mustard - 5

Saute the chicken in broth until done. Remove from the pan. Spray pan with a little pan spray. Add vegetables and heat through. Shred the chicken and toss with the vegetables.

Spread the toast with a bit of dijon mustard. Pile the meat and veggies on top, open face.

I paired it up with a lettuce salad and FF, SF Raspberry vinaigrette. I know the bread isn't LC but it sure did make a tasty lunch!
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I've been reading all the posts in this thread and really enjoying them. Thank you all for giving great ideas! You inspired me to try making something up.

OK here's my first try at a DD recipe...

2 oz. boneless, skinless chicken thigh - 70
1 T FF chicken broth - 10
1/2 c. Schwan's roasted peppers and onions - 40
1 slice Country Hearth Light Multi Grain Bread, toasted - 40
Smear dijon mustard - 5

Saute the chicken in broth until done. Remove from the pan. Spray pan with a little pan spray. Add vegetables and heat through. Shred the chicken and toss with the vegetables.

Spread the toast with a bit of dijon mustard. Pile the meat and veggies on top, open face.

I paired it up with a lettuce salad and FF, SF Raspberry vinaigrette. I know the bread isn't LC but it sure did make a tasty lunch!
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Just downloaded Hungry Girl 200 under 200. Can't wait to read through!

Made mini meatballs with grassfed beef, chia gel, and tomato paste last night, baked them up and used some Dave's Gourmet Butternut Squash Pasta Sauce from Costco over shirataki noodles with a splash of hot sauce for just under 300cal of filling and fabulous. Absolutely turned out scrumptious, and there were enough meatballs left for hubby to have hot meatball wraps for lunch - with extra mayo
Can you tell me where you went to download the book?

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oh wow this sounds so good have never seen butternut squash pasta sauce before .
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Can you tell me where you went to download the book?

Thanks!

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I found it at my local library.
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Cucumber Kimchee w/Picture

A great and refreshing cucumber salad type dish! It's a fermented food and as Dr. Oz says, "fermented foods should be eaten everyday for their wonderful help benefits, at least 5 tbs a day"!

Cucumber Kimchee

Ingredients:

12 oz cubed cucumber, unpeeled, cubed
1/4 Asian Pear, grated (or a regular sweet pear)
2 TBS Rice Wine Vinegar
1/4 Cup Water w/1Tbs sweetener or 2 drops liquid sweetener
Dash Cayanne pepper (more or less to taste)
1 to 2 stalks green onion, chopped
1 clove garlic, minced
1 TBS minced ginger
1 Tsp Salt

Directions:

Cube cucumbers, put in bowl and add a tsp of salt then mix well. Set aside for 30 minutes, mixing a few times during the 30 minutes.

Add chopped onions, vinegar, water, garlic, ginger, and sweetener and mix well. Add Cayanne.

Put in covered container and let "rest" on counter for 1 hour. Mix well again and let "rest" again for another hour.

Put in refrigerator and eat within one week. Mix each time before serving and make sure you serve with some of the juices...yummy!!

Fish sauce can also be added to this, about 1 tsp. I don't like fish sauce so I just leave it out!

Makes 2 servings.......Enjoy!!

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 Serving

Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 2
Calories 48

% Daily Values*
Total Fat 0.23g 0%
Saturated Fat 0.062g 0%
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.103g
Monounsaturated Fat 0.012g
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 791mg 33%
Potassium 280mg
Total Carbohydrate 9.52g 3%
Dietary Fiber 1.4g 6%
Sugars 5.5g
Protein 1.24g

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Miracle noodle pesto Alfredo

1 packet of miracle noodles drained and pan fried
270 grams of mashed cauliflower ( next time I will use a lot less... Maybe half) 60 cal
3 grams basil 1 cal
1/2 cup so del unsweetened coconut milk 25 cal
2 laughing cows light Swiss wedges 70 cal

Boil cauliflower
Mash in food processor till there are no lumps
Add coco milk till desired consistency
Add basil and cheese

Voila pesto Alfredo sauce. The cauliflower acts like a thickener. This was amazing for only 156 calories. I added tuna.... Sooooooo good.

I also made angel food cake cookies..lol they were not cakes. There was zero volume but the tops got super crispy and had some fluff under them.

4 egg whites
1/2 tsp cream of tartar
1 scoop protein powder
1/2 tsp xantham gum
1/2 cup truvia
Tsp of vanilla

Whip room temp egg whites add cream of tartar during the whipping
Add sugar and vanilla and keep whisking till super stiff

Slowly fold in sifted protein powder

Pour into 18 cupcake tins
Bake at 350 for ten minutes

18 angel food cake tops for 10 cal each

The tops were delicious I served with homemade gluc strawberry jelly. This has potential but I have no idea how to make it cake like without adding calories.
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18 angel food cake tops for 10 cal each

The tops were delicious I served with homemade gluc strawberry jelly. This has potential but I have no idea how to make it cake like without adding calories.
I wonder if oat fiber would work.
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I wonder if oat fiber would work.
I read a note on the low carb thread that it might not work as it might be too heavy... I thought about using it this time and then chickened out. Lol
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I might have to get some gluc.....

I am a huge fan of soup and eat it both DD and UD, but lower the fat in cheeses or delete cream, etc.

Broccoli/Cheese soup
Bring broth and chopped broccoli to a simmer just long enough to soften, about 3 min.
Stir in a broken LF cheese (I have Baby Bel lite right now) and 1/2-1 oz reduced fat cream cheese.
After it melts a bit, blend it w your stick blender to desired consistency.
*Additions; add some ground cumin or a little dry mustard for some pizazz. You can also add a touch of thickener.

Pumpkin Soup
Sautee chopped garlic and red pepper flakes in 1/2 t EVOO (don't let the garlic brown).
Stir in broth and pumpkin and heat to serving temp.
Salt to taste.
*Additions; Curry added toward the end of saute time. Chopped fresh ginger. Cream at the end....yum.
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I don't know if this has been discussed, but the peach & mango salsa I have (shoprite brand) only has 15 calories per 2 TBSP.
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I don't know if this has been discussed, but the peach & mango salsa I have (shoprite brand) only has 15 calories per 2 TBSP.
THIS^^^^ sounds good! What sections, Mom did you find this in? Thanks!
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I don't know if this has been discussed, but the peach & mango salsa I have (shoprite brand) only has 15 calories per 2 TBSP.
I stopped by Cost Plus World Market this weekend and found a few good salsas too.

10 calories/2 T Gunther's Gourmet Spicy Ginger Pineapple Salsa
10 calories/2 T Gunther's Gourmet Lime Mango Salsa
15 calories/2 T World Market Roasted Tomato Salsa
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I stopped by Cost Plus World Market this weekend and found a few good salsas too.

10 calories/2 T Gunther's Gourmet Spicy Ginger Pineapple Salsa
10 calories/2 T Gunther's Gourmet Lime Mango Salsa
15 calories/2 T World Market Roasted Tomato Salsa
Ooh, and I just ran out of my Cafe Du Monde coffee! Sounds like a trip to Cost Plus is in order! Thanks!
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