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Old 04-30-2012, 07:17 AM   #691
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I've been dieting for the past 2 1/2 months and am always looking for east, but delicious, low calorie recipes. I get easily burnt out on the same old diet foods, so when my friend passed this onto me, I "gobbled" it up!
Here's the recipe:

1 lb of extra lean ground beef
1 box of Stove Top Stuffing-Savory Herb
2 egg whites
1 C water

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare muffin tin with Pam cooking spray. Mix all the ingredients together well in a bowl. Fill each muffin cup approximately half full with the mixture. Bake for 25-35 minutes, until done.

Approximately 100 calories and 2 grams of fat per "cake".

The ground beef can be substituted with ground turkey or ground chicken. You can also top with ketchup if you like that.
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I've been dieting for the past 2 1/2 months and am always looking for east, but delicious, low calorie recipes. I get easily burnt out on the same old diet foods, so when my friend passed this onto me, I "gobbled" it up!
The recipe sounds great...how many muffins does it make?
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Mocha Pudding

I made a good gluc mocha pudding today. This is all I put in it and whisked up until smooth:

1 c. stale coffee (used my breakfast leftover coffee)
3/4 c. water
1/4 c. Torani Chocolate SF syrup
1 T. French Vanilla powdered Coffee Creamer (I used Great Value)
1 tsp. gluc powder

Would be great with a squirt of Reddi Whip on top, if you can afford the few calories there. This was VERY tasty.

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Old 05-01-2012, 06:23 PM   #694
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I made a good gluc mocha pudding today. This is all I put in it and whisked up until smooth:

1 c. stale coffee
3/4 c. water
1/4 c. Torani Chocolate SF syrup
1 T. Vanilla Coffee Creamer (I used Great Value)
1 tsp. gluc powder

Would be great with a squirt of Reddi Whip on top, if you can afford the few calories there. This was VERY tasty.
The coffee creamer is liquid?

Is the Torani Chocolate SF syrup pretty good? I'm so reluctant to buy chocolate SF syrup because I really disliked the Hershey's.

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Now, that sounds like my kind of drink!!!

Thanks for sharing!
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No, it's a powdered creamer. Total calories for the entire batch is 27, with 4.0 net carbs and it made two very large servings. I had one after lunch and one after dinner.
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Old 05-01-2012, 06:50 PM   #697
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I just ordered gluc powder and am dying to try some filling low cal puddings. Are the recipes collected anywhere?
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Old 05-01-2012, 09:24 PM   #698
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Have we discussed boiled radishes?

take red radishes (discard the tops if you bought them that way, or do whatever with them, but not in this dish)
cut the big ones in half

boil in salted water till fork tender

toss with a bit of butter (or not, up to you) salt/pepper, and what's really good, a hint of garlic powder and a bit of chive-- they look like new potatoes and taste great.

5oz of radishes, which is a nice side serving amount, with 1tsp butter (didn't count the herbs/spices):
60 cal
3g net carbs (5g total, 2g fiber)

without the butter:
26 cal
3g net carbs

Very satisfying!
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Is the Torani Chocolate SF syrup pretty good? I'm so reluctant to buy chocolate SF syrup because I really disliked the Hershey's.
it's not a thick chocolate syrup like the Hershey's... it's a thin chocolate flavored liquid like the other Torani or Davinci SF flavors... that said, I go through tons of it (there's a store that sells it locally, so I only have to mail order the more unusual flavors) and we make chocolate soda all the time. Hits the spot!

Anyway, yes, it's good for baking, sodas, flavoring almond milk, that kind of thing.
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"Have we discussed boiled radishes?" That line needs to be on stage. Thanks, Soren.
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it's not a thick chocolate syrup like the Hershey's... it's a thin chocolate flavored liquid like the other Torani or Davinci SF flavors... that said, I go through tons of it (there's a store that sells it locally, so I only have to mail order the more unusual flavors) and we make chocolate soda all the time. Hits the spot!

Anyway, yes, it's good for baking, sodas, flavoring almond milk, that kind of thing.
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Thanks O for the gluc recipes link. I hope to get my delivery today and since it is a DD I know what I will be making!
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Thanks to Pat (SoHappy) and PenguinPower, I have been enjoying this muffin every DD...with FF Reddi Wip on top:



Lemon Super Low-Cal Muffin, from PenguinPower -- with picture

1/4 cup oat fiber - 0 cals
1 tsp gluc powder - 0 cals
1 tbs SF vanilla or lemon pudding mix - 5 cals
1/2 tsp SF lemon jello mix - 5 cals
1/2 tsp baking powder - 5 cals
1/4 cup egg white liquid (or could use 2 egg whites) - 25 cals
2 or 3 tbs SF Torani lemon syrup - 0 cals
A drop of Splenda if you like it really sweet
A little bit of water if needed

Mix dry ingredients together until well blended, then add egg white and syrup and stir until moist. (I do all of this in one big cappucino mug) If you are still seeing dry powder, you can add a few splashes of water as needed. Microwave on high for 1 minute to get a "cookie dough" like texture (which is how I like it), or a few seconds longer for a dryer muffin. Warning, it does get pretty dry if you leave it in the micro too long. It puffs up some while cooking but doesn't raise really high. It's dense and filling.

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Sounds yummy. I wonder if you could use strawberry jello and strawberry syrup and then a couple of fresh strawberries and the fat free whipped cream? Ah....so many possibilities. Fresh strawberries are in right now - will have to stop at one of the stands!

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Sounds yummy. I wonder if you could use strawberry jello and strawberry syrup and then a couple of fresh strawberries and the fat free whipped cream? Ah....so many possibilities. Fresh strawberries are in right now - will have to stop at one of the stands!

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If you try that, let me know how it turns out!
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Clean Dry Cocoa Mix (down day friendly)

In blender or magic bullet

powder 2/3 cup erythritol
add and blend together to a fine powder
1/3 cup best cocoa powder you can lay your hands on
.5 teaspoon glucomannan/konjac powder (more is too slimy)
.5 teaspoon sea salt or more to taste
1 teaspoon instant espresso or 1 packet Via
56g (2 Tbsp) organic non-instant dry milk powder
.5 teaspoon ground vanilla beans if you have them
2 heaping teaspoons powdered stevia with inulin (sweetleaf is good)

store in a sealed jar out of the light

Three heaping teaspoons in a 12oz mug makes a really rich cup of 47 calorie, nothing artificial, cocoa. And this won't cost 10-18 bucks a jar.
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nothing artificial chocolate syrup
for those of us who don't do artificial sweeteners etc

in a good heavy saucepan over medium heat whisk together constantly

.75 cup best cocoa powder you can find/afford
1.5 cups filtered water
.5 cup organic erythritol
1 Tbsp organic agave nectar
.5 tsp glucomannan powder
dash each cinnamon and cayenne - you won't taste them really but it rounds the flavors
1 teaspoon espresso powder or instant coffee - sauce won't taste like coffee but it needs this to enhance the chocolate flavor
salt to taste (I ended up using almost half a teaspoon of coarse sea salt)
bring to low boil, turn to med low and keep simmering and whisking for five minutes, should be thick, smooth and glossy like the texture of hershey's syrup
turn off heat and add 1 tsp real vanilla, and about 20 drops of liquid stevia (vanilla if you have it)
this has to be sweeter than you would think if you want to add to cold things like smoothies, cold kills sweet
Pour into pint jar, cool, and keep in fridge for up to three weeks

14cal per fluid ounce
(calling it 16oz but it makes a bit more) with .5g fat, 3g carb, 1g is sugar, and almost a gram of protein. Makes nice chocolate milk or cocoa, is perfect in a frappucino, or drizzled on some fat free greek yogurt mixed with pb2 for down day decadence.
I used the calories from my fabulous imported Callebaut cocoa powder, Droste is excellent also. So nothing "low". I used the agave to get the silkiness and round out the sweet taste. You could use a good honey sub like this one made with xylitol but I just used what I had on hand:
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Not really a recipe, but a zero calorie meal (or 40 cals if you use a whole pack of tofu shirataki).

Walden farms tomato and basil pasta sauce
shirataki noodles

Rinse noodles well and pan dry for 5 minutes. Add 1/4 to 1/2 cup sauce and simmer until heated through.
I added garlic powder and dried italian seasoning to the sauce as it simmered to perk up the flavor.
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I just want to say that tuna in water straight from the can with field greens and tomato, topped with balsamic vinegar is going to be a new DD staple for me! YUM.

1 can water packed tuna, 5 oz 100 cals
1 cup field greens 8 cals
1 medium tomato 18 cals
~2 TBSP Balsamic Vinegar 10 cals
S & P to taste

135 cals and 20 grams protein

Enjoy!
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May I ask what kind of tuna you're using? All the ones I find are 160 - 200 calories for a 5 oz. can. I was living on tuna over greens or cucumber for a while on DDs. Also, does your tuna have soy? I've found most of the water packed tuna does and I'm trying to avoid it.

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I use tuna in the pouch and water packed is 80 calories per pouch. I can't stand the canned since using the pouch. The smell is so strong in the canned. Spoiled myself although the pouch is more expensive but I am the only one that eats tuna.
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Bumblebee tuna label says there is 2 servings, each with 50 calories in the small can. Not sure about the soy, how do you know by looking at the label?
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Bumblebee tuna label says there is 2 servings, each with 50 calories in the small can. Not sure about the soy, how do you know by looking at the label?
Under where the ingredients are listed, it says what allergens it contains. If it has soy, it's listed.

Mine looks like this.
Contains: Tuna, Soy

If yours doesn't have soy, I'm going to go find it and stock up! I miss tuna. I'm eating Chicken of the Sea salmon because it doesn't have soy, but I really like tuna better.
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I use tuna in the pouch and water packed is 80 calories per pouch. I can't stand the canned since using the pouch. The smell is so strong in the canned. Spoiled myself although the pouch is more expensive but I am the only one that eats tuna.
Adi, does yours have soy? Sorry to be a pest, but I'm finding soy's in EVERYTHING, so I pick my battles. I try to avoid it as much as possible when I can. If it's an item I'm going to use regularly, I won't get it if there's soy.
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Adi, does yours have soy? Sorry to be a pest, but I'm finding soy's in EVERYTHING, so I pick my battles. I try to avoid it as much as possible when I can. If it's an item I'm going to use regularly, I won't get it if there's soy.
Yes it does. Ingredients: Light tuna, water, vegetable broth, salt. Then under that in bold black letters
Contains: fish, soybeans.
So vegetgable broth = soy
This is Starkist. The packed in sunflower oil also has the bold black letters
Contains: fish, soy

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Thanks. Grr. I did find some albacore at TJ's yesterday that has no soy and is 60 calories for 2 oz.
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I've been dieting for the past 2 1/2 months and am always looking for east, but delicious, low calorie recipes. I get easily burnt out on the same old diet foods, so when my friend passed this onto me, I "gobbled" it up!
Here's the recipe:

1 lb of extra lean ground beef
1 box of Stove Top Stuffing-Savory Herb
2 egg whites
1 C water

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare muffin tin with Pam cooking spray. Mix all the ingredients together well in a bowl. Fill each muffin cup approximately half full with the mixture. Bake for 25-35 minutes, until done.

Approximately 100 calories and 2 grams of fat per "cake".

The ground beef can be substituted with ground turkey or ground chicken. You can also top with ketchup if you like that.
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The recipe sounds great...how many muffins does it make?
I want to make this and am also wondering how many muffins this makes? Thanks!
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Under where the ingredients are listed, it says what allergens it contains. If it has soy, it's listed.

Mine looks like this.
Contains: Tuna, Soy

If yours doesn't have soy, I'm going to go find it and stock up! I miss tuna. I'm eating Chicken of the Sea salmon because it doesn't have soy, but I really like tuna better.
Hey there, finally got a chance to check on the soy and unfortunately the Bumblebee brand does have it. Sad face.
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If you try that, let me know how it turns out!
This was in reference to the OMM using strawberry everything. I made it using strawberry jello and vanilla pudding and fresh strawberries chopped up in it. Did not like it. The pieces of strawberries were mushy and the area of the muffin around them was not a good texture. Also turned out sickly sweet. I never thought I would ever say something was too sweet. I should have chopped the strawberries and put on top of the muffin. Or left them off entirely.
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