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Old 10-30-2011, 09:01 AM   #61
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those look fun, wonder if i could sub stevia or erythitol? i dont do splenda
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those look fun, wonder if i could sub stevia or erythitol? i dont do splenda
Any sweetener will work, I just happen to use the liquid Splenda in conjunction with Ideal sugar sub and do not use the Splenda granular at all.
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Will be trying these! I love wine gums, so would be a good DD sub... the look like they are cal free!
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Hard cider substitute

I drink this as a refreshing beverage anytime, but it's especially nice as a cocktail substitute (in my mind) because it reminds me of hard cider when I use carbonated water as the mixer (instead of plain water).

I serve this in a Collins glass filled with ice.
  • 1 TBS good quality apple cider vinegar
  • Sweetener to taste (I use 1 drop EZ Sweetz)
  • Carbonated water to fill the ice-filled glass

Stir a tiny bit and enjoy!
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Old 11-01-2011, 08:43 AM   #65
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Ok this is a recipe in progress. This first attempt was very good so this may be the final edition. I'd add just a very slight pinch of salt as well.

Down Day Gingerbread Meringues
Makes 16 cookies
3 large Egg White
1 tbsp Grandmas Molasses
3 g Cream Of Tartar
2 tsp Ground Ginger
1/2tsp ground cinnamon
1 pinch ground nutmeg
5 drop Ez-sweetz
1 tbsp Unsweetened Almond Milk
1/4 tsp Pure Vanilla Extract

Preheat oven to 300f, line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
Mix molasses with almond milk, vanilla, ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg and sweetener and set aside.
Beat egg whites with cream of tartar until stiff then fold the molasses mixture into it gently.
Spoon onto parchment and bake at 300 for 20 minutes until very lightly browned, then turn oven off, open door slightly and let sit in the oven 30 minutes to dry.

*The almond milk is just to make the rest easier to fold in.
**For extra kick, add a little black or white pepper to the mix, too.
***maybe sprinkle the top with just a pinch of cinnamon or nutmeg to finish them off before baking.

Makes 16 cookies.
Per cookie: 8 calories; 1g carbs; .75g protein
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Dottie, that looks like a great recipe. Actually, it looks like I'd like to have some of those for a breakfast with a nice cup of coffee on a chilly autumn morning. Yum!
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I love, love, love and LOVE ginger snaps and I wanted that flavor. The molasses are a splurge for calories but it's really necessary to get that warm, buttery undertone that the real ginger snaps have
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DD fish sandwich with cabbage slaw

4oz tilapia fillet (or any 100 calorie per 4oz fish fillet)
1 joseph's low-carb pita bread (60 cals; 8g carbs; 4g fiber)
1 cup shredded cabbage (17 cals; 3g carbs; 1.5g fiber)
1T miracle whip light mayo (20cals; 2g carbs)
1tsp vinegar
1/2pk sweetener of your choice
salt, pepper, old bay seasoning to taste

Mix miracle whip with vinegar, salt, pepper and sweetener. Toss with cabbage and set aside to wilt a little.
Sprinkle fish with seasoning of your choice (I like slap ya mama hot seasoning). Spray a non-stick skillet with cooking spray and pan fry the fish until it's cooked through and browned.
Warm the pita bread then add the cooked fish and top with the cabbage slaw.

197 cals; 12g carbs; 7g fiber; 30g protein
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This is a Down Day meatball sandwich for the days you just need something hearty. You can eliminate 45 calories by skipping the cheese on top, or use reduced fat cheese

Down Day Meatball Sandwich
3oz 93% lean ground beef (160 cals)
1/4tsp each: salt, garlic powder
1/2 tsp dried italian seasoning
hefty pinch of pepper
2tsp kraft parmesan cheese (20 calories if you skip this)
1/3 cup ragu no added sugar pasta sauce (35 cals)
1 josephs low-carb pita (60 cals; 8g carbs; 4g fiber)
2T shredded italian cheese (45 calories)

Mix meat with parmesan, garlic powder, italian seasoning, salt and pepper and roll into 6 meatballs.
Place in a saucepan and cook, shaking pan, until colored on all sides.
Add the sauce and simmer over low heat to cook the meatballs through(about 10 minutes).
Spoon meatballs and sauce into the folded pita and top with the shredded cheese. You can microwave to melt the cheese, if you like.

Makes 1 sandwich: 278 cals; 14g fat; 14g carbs; 6g fiber; 29g protein

Leaving out both cheeses brings this down to just 213 calories.
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apple cider vinegar and celery salt added to that slaw would also be nomnomnom!
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I am addicted to butternut squash soup. I used delicata yesterday.

1 butternut squash-roasted-split and take out seeds and roast at 350 for 45 min until soft
1 onion quartered and roasted with squash until clear
garlic cloves roasted


puree this with 2-4 cups 0% fat chicken broth
add 1/3 cup half and half
1 T salt

cook slowly for about 30 minutes

I add 1 T low fat sour cream to a 1 and 1/4 c bowl

Lovely on a chilly day. I eat this with a piece of low cal bread toasted and an apple most dds for supper. I like it so much. Sometimes a slice of lo cal cheese baked on bread for cheese toast.
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I am addicted to butternut squash soup. I used delicata yesterday.

1 butternut squash-roasted-split and take out seeds and roast at 350 for 45 min until soft
1 onion quartered and roasted with squash until clear
garlic cloves roasted


puree this with 2-4 cups 0% fat chicken broth
add 1/3 cup half and half
1 T salt

cook slowly for about 30 minutes

I add 1 T low fat sour cream to a 1 and 1/4 c bowl

Lovely on a chilly day. I eat this with a piece of low cal bread toasted and an apple most dds for supper. I like it so much. Sometimes a slice of lo cal cheese baked on bread for cheese toast.
This sounds delicious! Right up my alley.

If you're in a hurry, you can peel the squash with your potato peeler, then cut into 1/2 inch slices and cook them in your vegetable steamer basket. The pieces are cooked tender all the way through in a few minutes.

Love the idea of making the cheese toast too.
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I am addicted to butternut squash soup. I used delicata yesterday.

1 butternut squash-roasted-split and take out seeds and roast at 350 for 45 min until soft
1 onion quartered and roasted with squash until clear
garlic cloves roasted


puree this with 2-4 cups 0% fat chicken broth
add 1/3 cup half and half
1 T salt

cook slowly for about 30 minutes

I add 1 T low fat sour cream to a 1 and 1/4 c bowl

Lovely on a chilly day. I eat this with a piece of low cal bread toasted and an apple most dds for supper. I like it so much. Sometimes a slice of lo cal cheese baked on bread for cheese toast.
This sound amazing and I think I just may use FF half and half and FF sour cream to cut the calories some more!

Thanks for the recipe!!
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Hey Dottie, I had been planning to post the Meat Ball Sandwich! I was just holding out cause I was torturing a friend too much with my rogue P2 talk.

It's pretty much the same as yours except I used some vegetables and Joseph's Pita has less calories/carbs than a Healthy Life hotdog bun.

Here is the one I had yesterday, I'm using it as a P2 Rogue Meal.

P2 Rogue Italian Meatball Sandwich

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1lb meat
2eggwhites
1/4 cup Parmesan Cheese
1tsp each onion, garlic powder, salt, Italian Seasoning
1/2t pepper


I used Linda Sue's Recipe for Meatballs by half with no sausage and Walmart 96% Lean ground beef. I subbed two egg whites for one egg, used regular Parmesan cheese, cause diet parm has more calories, and added Italian herbs. I used a pound of meat, divided it into quarter portions, and divided each of those into 6 meatball portions. Baked 375 15 min, rinsed off residue. Makes 24 mini meat balls that can be frozen and eaten later.


3 meat balls
25g bell pepper
10 grams thinly sliced onion
36g sliced mushroom
1/4c ( 64g) Pizza Sauce
1/4c (28g) Fat Free Mozzarella cheese
1 Healthy Life Hot Dog Bun


To make the sandwich I used one Healthy Life Brand Hot Dog Buns, they are 80 calories, no corn syrup and high fiber, 5g. Put in the oven to warm and toast. Put 3 meatballs in 1/4 cup of Pizza Sauce in the nuker to get hot for a minute. In a non stick pan, sautee the onions, pepper and mushrooms till soft. Remove the toasted bun, line the bun with a little bit of cheese,the cooked veggies place the 3 meatballs into it, top with Hot Pizza Sauce and sprinkle the rest of the Fat Free Mozzerella onto the hot sauce.

The other three meatballs I will eat the same way in a bowl, not a bun, cause the bun is expensive.

Actually 1 serving of 1/4c Pizza Sauce was too much for one sandwich, so I just saved the rest of it in the heating cup to dip the bread butt ends of the sandwich in.

The nutrients will vary with Pizza Sauces, and amount of vegetables used, using ****** my ingredients came out to the following.

221Kcal
4.5g Fat
28.4g Carb
6.68g Fbr
20.7g Fiber

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Oh wow that looks good! Adding that one, too
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Oh wow that looks good! Adding that one, too
Thanks for your recipe also, I didn't think about making one serving of meatballs, I had a pound of meat to use up before date. But that Joseph's Pita sounds great, nutrition wise. My Toufuyan Low Carb Pitas are 130Kcal and 7 net carbs and they are the only LC pita I can find locally and I have to remind the store when they forget to order them.
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You could also use one of my egg white/psyllium tortillas (I count 20 cals)
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I made some oatbran protein pancakes. They are substantial in size and work out to be 115cals each.

Not sure if that is low enough in cals to be considered but I can post the recipe for those interested!
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Hot cereal

2 Tbsp hemp protein (35 cal)*
2 Tbsp psyllium husks
cinnamon
boiling water (3/4 cup to 1 cup) OR almond milk

Place hemp, psyllium and several dashes of cinnamon in bowl, add water and stir for several seconds.

Sweeten & flavor as desired.

I add a Tbsp or two of SF pancake syrup and 2-4 Tbsp of FF half & half (20-40 cal)
for a VERY filling breakfast around 75-100 calories!

*The label on my hemp protein states 130 calories per 1/4 cup, but when I subtracted the fiber it was only 70 calories. So, 35 for 2 Tbsp.
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Down Day Chicken and Rice
4 oz Chicken breast (boneless, skinless)
1 1/2 cups Frozen Fresh Cauliflower(this is about 1/2 the bag of 12oz frozen)
1 Small Stalk celery (5"-7" Long) sliced thin
1 tbs Chopped Onion
1 wedge Light Swiss Cheese
4 tbsp Chicken Broth
1/4 tsp Garlic Powder

"Rice" the cauliflower and set aside.
Microwave the cheese with 2T broth and stir until smooth.
Dice the chicken breast and season with salt and pepper.
Saute chicken in a non-stick skillet until cooked through. Removed from pan and add 2T broth, the garlic powder, onion and celery. Saute until tender then add the cauliflower, cooked chicken and the melted broth/cheese mixture. Heat through, salt and pepper to taste.

1 serving @ 191 cals; 4.6g fat; 6.7g carbs; 3.5g fiber 27.5g proitein
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Betty: would love the recipe. Did you put anything on it?
yep. Spray butter, lotsacinnamon and splenda! I know spray butter probably isn't the best but I pick my battles. You could also use a sugar free syrup.

Ok here's the recipe! Makes about 16 susbstantial sized pancakes.

1/2 cup oat bran
1 CUP vanilla whey protein
1 1/4 cup almond meal
1/4 cup splenda
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/8 tsp salt
1 tsp cinnamon
2 cups buttermilk(I used FF!)
2 eggs

-Mix all dry ingridients
-Measure buttermilk, break eggs into it and whisk the two together
-Add mixture to the dry ingredients
-Mix until all is well combined
- pour 2-3 tbsp of batter at a time...the flipping was the hard part for me!
But found it was better to cook at a lower temp.
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Btw- I can't take credit. I have TWO books by Dana Carpender. 500 recipes each of low carb/low cal food..

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I don't know how I survived without whey protein powder....have to get some. that and glucomannan.

I have everything else for the pancake recipe. I'll have to try that one. It looks really good. thanks
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DD French Onion Soup

1 serving at 171 calories, and VERY filling!!

1 can lowest calorie beef broth (2 cups at 20 calories total)
5 oz thinly sliced onion
1/4 tsp sweetener
1 glove garlic, minced
Cooking Spray
1/2 bay leaf
1/2 tsp thyme
1/4 cup FF Mozzarella cheese
6 croutons

Spray pot with cooking spray, add onions and saute for 10 to 12 minutes or until they just start to get browned/caramelized. Add the sweetener and continue to cook for another 10 to 15 minutes or until nice browned and caramelized. Add minced garlic and cook for another 1 minute. Add broth, bay leaf and thyme, bring to a boil, cover and simmer on low heat for 20 minutes.

When done transfer to a oven safe bowl, or crock. Add croutons then the Mozza cheese to top of croutons and soup and put under broiler until cheese is melted and starting to get golden.

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found this when searching online for some low cal recipe idea

Diet Recipes

i love that you can search each category and the calories are listed right there, so you can choose different things based on if you are having an UD or a DD
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a whole can of Hearts of Palm from Whole Foods is 50 calories. I mince it for "rice" and add to chicken broth for soup-- or I slice into pasta shapes and top with Bella Vita pasta sauce and a little parm. Nice big bowl of "pasta" for less than 100 cals.
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This is my all time fav for soup;

Saute a big clove of chopped garlic in OO (don't let it brown).
Toss in a cup or two of zucchini slices.
Barely cover w broth.
S and P.

Simmer a few min then use your stick blender to puree it.
I add a few red pepper flakes w the garlic.

This has a wonderful Italian flavor.
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Beefy Vegetable Soup
Total Batch is 397Kcal, makes two large bowl servings

200g 96% Lean beef
1.5 cup pumpkin puree
1.5oz onion, diced largly
1 14oz can beef broth
1 teaspoon beef broth powder
2 oz mushrooms, diced or sliced
1 oz Baby Carrots, sliced
2.5 oz Cauliflower, or one large floret, pieced
2.5 oz Broccoli, or on large floret, pieced

Put Beef, onion, mushroom, carrot, and cauliflower into thick bottom pot and saute till meat is cooked thoroughly. Add beef powder, pumpkin puree and any favorite spices,(ie garlic, pepper, etc) stir till well blended, then add can of broth, and broccoli. Let simmer 5 min or until heated well and broccoli is bright green. Taste and season.

Makes two large bowls, I think more than a cup each about the size of a small cottage cheese container.
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