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Old 03-19-2012, 08:20 PM   #511
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1 C Trader Joe's Butternut Squash Soup
1 C cabbage, softened in the microwave (green beans would be good too)
1/2 T pumpkin pie spice
1/2 pkt Splenda

Mix, warm and eat. 95 calories
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Old 03-20-2012, 08:06 PM   #512
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I make a Kale, Carrot and Cauliflower soup

8 carrots cut
1 large head of cauliflower
10 kale leaves
I season it with hot sauce and different seasonings to taste-I usually use cayenne pepper and mexican blend seasonings but have added curry and that was also good

I boil the carrots and cauliflower together for about an hour than add in the kale
throw it all in my Vitamix add some water and it makes 10 one cup servings for only
47 Calories Total Fat: 0.7 g Cholesterol: 0.0 mg Sodium: 45.2 mg Carbs: 9.3 g
Fiber: 4.6 g Protein: 2.8 g

I can eat this for lunch and than have it as a snack and add it to a 200 calorie dinner and feel totally satisfied-I began making this while I was doing the PINK method which is low calorie but does not give you the bliss of the up days that JUDDD does
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I make a Kale, Carrot and Cauliflower soup

8 carrots cut
1 large head of cauliflower
10 kale leaves
I season it with hot sauce and different seasonings to taste-I usually use cayenne pepper and mexican blend seasonings but have added curry and that was also good

I boil the carrots and cauliflower together for about an hour than add in the kale
throw it all in my Vitamix add some water and it makes 10 one cup servings for only
47 Calories Total Fat: 0.7 g Cholesterol: 0.0 mg Sodium: 45.2 mg Carbs: 9.3 g
Fiber: 4.6 g Protein: 2.8 g

I can eat this for lunch and than have it as a snack and add it to a 200 calorie dinner and feel totally satisfied-I began making this while I was doing the PINK method which is low calorie but does not give you the bliss of the up days that JUDDD does
Thanks for sharing. I'll give it a try next time I go to the store.
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Old 03-21-2012, 12:49 PM   #514
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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!
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OOO. Just made this with vanilla and stevia and almond milk. YUM! Thanks!
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Ice Lollies!!

Was finding it difficult to find low cal ice lollies - DH suggested, I make my own!!

Diet coke lollies! - don't overfill, it expands in the freezer

Chocolate Coffee Milk - some low cal chocolate powder mine is 8.6 cals for 2 teaspoons, I used 3, spoon of coffee (I don't count the cals), sweetener - mixed into a paste with hot water. Top up to 150ml with hot water - then 100ml of skinny milk (Almond would work too) - mix and pour into ice lolly moulds! (though I've seen a way to do it with muffin trays too!)
Cals for my mix: 40.9 = 10.25 cals per lolly!!!!!!

I can think of all sorts of different low cal ideas!
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Ever just need something light but sweet on DD's?
This is an old recipe that I just tweaked down a little to make it more DD acceptable

Strawberry "shortcuts"

1 sheet Low-fat Graham Crackers (4 sections)
6 tbsp Cool Whip Light
1/2 cup Frozen Strawberries (only 4-5 berries actually but I couldn't find a lower calorie count than this)
2 packet No Calorie Sweetener (I used the kroger brand of Ideal)

In 2 small (1/2 cup) ramikens or bowls, layer:
1/2 of 1/2 graham cracker sheet (1 cracker out of the 4 in a sheet), followed by 1T cool whip, then 1 sliced strawberry, then sprinkle 1/2 the packet of sweetener on top. Repeat layering, press down slightly to spread the cool whip well, then top with 1T cool whip.
Refrigerate at least an hour (covered) to soften the cracker.

Makes 2 individual "shortcuts" @ 44cals; 8g carbs; 2g fiber per serving.

*Each ramiken has 1/2 of a cracker, 2-3 berries, 3T cool whip light and 1pkt sweetener.
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Old 03-22-2012, 03:23 PM   #517
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Ever just need something light but sweet on DD's?
This is an old recipe that I just tweaked down a little to make it more DD acceptable

Strawberry "shortcuts"

1 sheet Low-fat Graham Crackers (4 sections)
6 tbsp Cool Whip Light
1/2 cup Frozen Strawberries (only 4-5 berries actually but I couldn't find a lower calorie count than this)
2 packet No Calorie Sweetener (I used the kroger brand of Ideal)

In 2 small (1/2 cup) ramikens or bowls, layer:
1/2 of 1/2 graham cracker sheet (1 cracker out of the 4 in a sheet), followed by 1T cool whip, then 1 sliced strawberry, then sprinkle 1/2 the packet of sweetener on top. Repeat layering, press down slightly to spread the cool whip well, then top with 1T cool whip.
Refrigerate at least an hour (covered) to soften the cracker.

Makes 2 individual "shortcuts" @ 44cals; 8g carbs; 2g fiber per serving.

*Each ramiken has 1/2 of a cracker, 2-3 berries, 3T cool whip light and 1pkt sweetener.
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Ever just need something light but sweet on DD's?
This is an old recipe that I just tweaked down a little to make it more DD acceptable

Strawberry "shortcuts"
This looks fabulous. Next time we go to town I'll pick up Cool Whip and crackers, thanks!
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I'm thinking the same base recipe would be good with cinnamon graham crackers and frozen, unsweetened peaches, too.
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I'm thinking the same base recipe would be good with cinnamon graham crackers and frozen, unsweetened peaches, too.
YUMM 1/2 peaches and 1/2 blueberries
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Can I just say--A can of trader Joe's vegan split pea soup (150 calories) + a bag of miracle rice + a big handful of arugula all cooked together with some pepper and hot sauce of your choice is one very happy 160 calorie DD dinner???
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Can I just say--A can of trader Joe's vegan split pea soup (150 calories) + a bag of miracle rice + a big handful of arugula all cooked together with some pepper and hot sauce of your choice is one very happy 160 calorie DD dinner???
Yes you can, I am sure that would be quite filling and tasty. Thank you for that good idea!
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Can I just say--A can of trader Joe's vegan split pea soup (150 calories) + a bag of miracle rice + a big handful of arugula all cooked together with some pepper and hot sauce of your choice is one very happy 160 calorie DD dinner???
I like split pea soup..next time I'm in town, more on my shopping list. tyvm
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Ouiz, the pea soup sounds great! Cant wait to get some! Thanks for the tip on ostrim! Got the pepper flavor. Really good and filling!
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Good filling DD breakfast

1/4 cup cooked steel cut oats
1/4 cup cottage cheese
1/4 cup pumpkin puree
1T egg whites
cinnamon
pumpkin pie spice
walden farms syrup
2 packets stevia

blend and heat in the microwave for 1:45, big bowl and very filling
Only 111 calories
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I have successfully made noodles from glucomannan powder.
2 cups cold water
1/4 t pickling lime
1 T glucomannan powder
Mix the lime in the water. Slowly whisk the gluc into the water and lime a little at a time. I sprinkle the powder then whisk. I used a 60 ml syringe to squirt the mixture into rapidly boiling salted water. You need to let the gluc set up pretty thick before trying to cook it or will just dissolve in the water. Not sure if it was worth my time, but it will be useful if I run out of the regular ones.
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OMG I just spent the last 2 hours reading all the great recipes on this thread. Used up a lot of ink and paper printing many out. Thanks, gang. I'm toying with the idea of trying JUDDD to get my last 25# off. Down Days are going to be a real challenge for me until I get the hang of this. Shifting gears away from full-fat products I'm allowed on Atkins will be a REAL mindset adjustment!!
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shirataki noodles 40c imitation crab 80c or real crab for less....old bay, lemon pepper, one wedge of creamy swiss lc cheese 35c...the whole thing is outstanding!!! 155c
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OMG I just spent the last 2 hours reading all the great recipes on this thread. Used up a lot of ink and paper printing many out. Thanks, gang. I'm toying with the idea of trying JUDDD to get my last 25# off. Down Days are going to be a real challenge for me until I get the hang of this. Shifting gears away from full-fat products I'm allowed on Atkins will be a REAL mindset adjustment!!
Yes, and I have been doing it, Peggy. As someone told me, you are just one day away from an UP day, so on a DD and I want to gnaw my foot I try to think of that, read a book, clean, do something, ANYTHING. I stay on LC but watch the calories. That has made a big difference to me.
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OMG I just spent the last 2 hours reading all the great recipes on this thread. Used up a lot of ink and paper printing many out. Thanks, gang. I'm toying with the idea of trying JUDDD to get my last 25# off. Down Days are going to be a real challenge for me until I get the hang of this. Shifting gears away from full-fat products I'm allowed on Atkins will be a REAL mindset adjustment!!
Come join us. I adjusted easily to fewer fats although lowering my calories was hard since butter and cream run those calories up FAST.
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Come join us. I adjusted easily to fewer fats although lowering my calories was hard since butter and cream run those calories up FAST.
That part did not bother me so much, and maybe because I only use them in recipes. And I don't touch those on DD's. I do LOVE the cole slaw recipes, very filling.
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Well, I've already started drinking my coffee black. I'll ditch the cream except maybe a little on UP days, like you say, Tilly, in recipes, diluted with a little more water than the 50:50 I cut it now. Going back to using PAM for sauteing and greasing pans will seem odd. Haven't used that since I did WW 15 years ago or more.
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Well, I've already started drinking my coffee black. I'll ditch the cream except maybe a little on UP days, like you say, Tilly, in recipes, diluted with a little more water than the 50:50 I cut it now. Going back to using PAM for sauteing and greasing pans will seem odd. Haven't used that since I did WW 15 years ago or more.
Yup, I switched over as well to PAM. I think someone pointed this out, I save a bit on groceries as well. Since I am not eating LC special things every day, only every other, I don't go through my special ingredients as quickly. And for now, my weight is under control, thank goodness. My dress/pant size is officially a 4. I have NEVER in my life been there, well, maybe when I was 3, but not since then. So that is an incentive for me. Let us know if you start doing JUDDD, Peggy and how it goes for you!!!!
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I have been making Egg Muggs for breakfast

1 whole egg, 1/4 cup egg whites, 2 teaspoons lowfat milk-I use almond milk, seasonings
microwave for a minute take out stir and return to microwave for another minute 100 calories you can also add some low fat cheese to it-1 tsp and 1 piece of ham for another 40 calories or use salsa to make it have a different flavor, if you do add these do it after the egg has cooked for one minute and you have stirred it than return it to the microwave for another minute. Really filling and really good and easy!!!

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I'm going to start tomorrow, Tilly. I didn't decide until midday today and my lunch put my calories too high to start today. Ate up to my UP day calories so I can start out OK, I think. I'll let you know if I survive the first DD. I can usually do whatever I set my mind to. DH isn't very excited about this switch. He's not worried about me, just afraid I won't feed him very well on my DD's. LOL
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I'm going to start tomorrow, Tilly. I didn't decide until midday today and my lunch put my calories too high to start today. Ate up to my UP day calories so I can start out OK, I think. I'll let you know if I survive the first DD. I can usually do whatever I set my mind to. DH isn't very excited about this switch. He's not worried about me, just afraid I won't feed him very well on my DD's. LOL
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DD coconut hot cocoa

1 packet (2 Tbs) ff/sf cocoa 20 calories
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whisk together--if you don't count the CO only 20 cals/ 62 if you count--SO filling and satisfying and gets me thru hours
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Maybe this is a well-known diet trick, but the other day it occured to me that I could use V8 as a salad dressing!

This, I hope, is going to make DDs a lot easier--up til now I have been foregoing salads because I like them to *swim* in dressing, and I find most low-cal dressings to be too sweet/yucky/expensive.

Anyway, the V8 (actually, I bought Mott's Garden Blend because it was on sale & is lower-calorie) is very flavorful by itself, but I thickened it up with some chia seeds & nutritional yeast. If you don't have yeast, some Parmesan would be yummy!

It's good on cottage cheese, too.
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