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Old 01-15-2013, 04:31 PM   #991
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Had my red hatters Christmas party saturday. Our queen gave each us a mug with snack sized serving of this cake. It was sooo delicious. We have all heard of mug cakes right? Well this had no flax. You take one box of angel food cake and mix it with one box of any flavor cake mix. When u are ready to microwave you take 3 tablespoons of the mix into the mug add 2 tablespoons water. stir. microwave 1 minute. It is only 80 calories has no eggs or oil. You can if u can afford the calories add choc chips nuts or fruit to it pour cream or choc syrup as toppings. I do not like angel food cake but I couldnt taste it. The cake is called 321 helps you remember how to fix it.
I bought strawberry and angel food cake mix to try this. It sounds so yummy!!! I think I'll buy a can of strawberry frosting for UD's!

ETA: since there's no oil, I wonder if you should spray the mug? That's what I'm going to do. Also, I had a big coffee can that was almost empty, so I emptied it and rinsed it out (and dried it), and this is now my container for DD cake treats!

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Cindy, or anyone-- have you tried the 321 cake? do you need to spray the mug?

I have very small silicon cake pans (heart shaped), so I'm thinking anything microwave-able would work with the ^^^ above recipe.

angel food cake is made (from scratch) with mostly egg whites, so I guess that's primarily what's in the mix... I'll look for this next time I'm out
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I tried it last night and it was um, spongy. Ok for a DD treat, but had to pull it apart to eat...did not need to spray the mug (forgot and it fell out anyway).
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I tried it last night and it was um, spongy. Ok for a DD treat, but had to pull it apart to eat...did not need to spray the mug (forgot and it fell out anyway).
I haven't tried this, but if you cook something too long in the microwave it can get chewy. Different microwaves have different power and yours might be higher than the person who cooked it for one minute. Just a thought......

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1 can of albacore tuna in water (drained) - (140 cals)
4 tablespoons of reduced calorie mayo - (140 cals)
Splash of white vinegar - (0 cals)
1/2 stalk celery, chopped tiny (2 cals)
1/2 stalk of green onion, chopped tiny (5 cals)
2 leaves of iceberg lettuce (5 cals)
2 low sodium rice cakes (70 cals)

Total - 362 cals

Add 1 wedge of Laughing Cow cheese (35 cals) and a slice of tomato to each rice cake (10 cals) and bake till the cheese melts on top for 407 cals and make two tuna melts with an extra side of tuna!
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I haven't tried this, but if you cook something too long in the microwave it can get chewy. Different microwaves have different power and yours might be higher than the person who cooked it for one minute. Just a thought......
Good thought. It wasn't that chewy, but it definitely tasted like angel food cake. I think I will try using cream instead of water on a UD and see how it turns out.
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I dont spray the mug but it is hard to wash. Library girl I have been adding a bit of cream too. But for less than a hundred calories it fits my taste and calorie objectives
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Mock Wendy's chili
2.5 lbs. 85/15 ground beef, 1 small chopped onion, 2 chopped green bell peppers- cook these 3.together in a large pot. Drain, rinse and pat dry*,return to the pot. Season with 3 tsp salt, 1 tsp black pepper and 1 Tbs garlic powder.
Add the following:
6 oz can tomato paste
15 oz can ranch style beans with jalapenos
15 oz can light red kidney beans
15 oz can pinto beans
28 oz can diced tomatoes plus
14.5 oz can diced tomatoes
3 tablespoons chili powder
7.5 cups of water
Stir an let simmer at least 1/2 hour.
Season to taste.

Makes 22 cups at 158 calories a cup.
*if you don't rinse, drain and pat dry, the calories will be 194 per cup.
Mine was kind of bland, you just have to experiment with the seasonings.

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An idea more than a recipe, and the calories will vary but here's the general idea:
Barely roasted bell pepper chips and dip
Green bell pepper, cut into wide strips (30 cals)
salt or seasoned salt as you like
a generous spray of olive oil cooking spray (not more than 1/2tsp @approx 20 cals)
Preheat oven to 425f. Place the pepper strips on a cookie sheet and spritz with the olive oil spray. Sprinkle with salt and whatever else seasoning you may like.
Bake, uncovered, for 8 minutes until the peppers just barely start to soften and still have some crunch.
Remove from oven and pat dry.

Dip:
2T fat free sour cream (30 cals)
1T salsa (5 cals)
Mix together and refrigerate to blend flavors

Use bell pepper as a chip for the dip.
If you don't like sour cream, they're very good with just salsa or you can mix in 1T mashed avocado (25 cals) instead of the sour cream for a more nutritious alternative
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Mock Wendy's chili
2.5 lbs. 85/15 ground beef, 1 small chopped onion, 2 chopped green bell peppers- cook these 3.together in a large pot. Drain, rinse and pat dry*,return to the pot. Season with 3 tsp salt, 1 tsp black pepper and 1 Tbs garlic powder.
Add the following:
6 oz can tomato paste
15 oz can ranch style beans with jalapenos
15 oz can light red kidney beans
15 oz can pinto beans
28 oz can diced tomatoes plus
14.5 oz can diced tomatoes
3 tablespoons chili powder
7.5 cups of water
Stir an let simmer at least 1/2 hour.
Season to taste.

Makes 22 cups at 158 calories a cup.
*if you don't rinse, drain and pat dry, the calories will be 194 per cup.
Mine was kind of bland, you just have to experiment with the seasonings.
Hot, I make something very similar but I add one can of Ro-Tel tomatoes and it helps to give it a good flavor. Chili is a great DD food.

Dottie, I love to make chips with peppers, zucchini, & turkey pepperoni. I usually don't do it on DD, because I will go over on the dip every time. Although, just plain is a great idea.
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You got me curious, so I googled it, and sure enough, there's a bunch of "copy cat" and such sites, so here's their version-- I think the tomato juice is an interesting idea


Now you can make Wendy's chili at home!

Ingredients
2 pounds freshly ground beef
4 cups (1 quart) tomato juice
1 (29-ounce) can tomato purée
1 (15-ounce) can red kidney beans, drained
1 (15-ounce) can pinto beans, drained ** note new addition
1 medium onion, chopped (about 1 1/2 cups)
1/2 cup celery, diced
1/4 cup green bell pepper, diced
1/4 cup chili powder (you may want to use less)
1 teaspoon cumin (if you like real flavor, add more)
1 1/2 teaspoons garlic powder
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
1/2 teaspoon sugar
1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper

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In a frying pan, brown the ground beef, then drain off the fat. Put the beef and the remaining ingredients into a 6-quart pot. Cover the pot and let the chili simmer for 1 to 1 1/2 hours, stirring every 15 minutes. You an also put this in the crock pot on low for 3 to 4 hours while the chili simmers.

My note: I'm going to assume you should use really lean beef... I think if you made this you could count it as what they have on the wendy's website for calories, yes?
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Just finished my first DD. Had prepared some soup:

Broccoli Slaw Soup

2 cups water
1 container Beef broth (60 cals)
1 pkg Broccoli Slaw (100 cals)
1 reg can crushed tomatoes (175 cals)

Total of 335 cals (enough for two meals @ 167.5 each)

I simmered it for several hours to let the broccoli slaw to tenderize and added a few herbs to it as well.

I never ate it though! Got busy at work and made it home without eating ANYTHING all day! Had a few hunger pains at about 1 pm, but was busy and they went away. For Dinner I made

Tofu Shirataki spaghetti (left the soup at work)

a sprinkle of frozen bell peppers (5 cals?)
Tofu Shirataki noodles (20 cals)
1/3 cup of soy crumbles (60 cals)
1/4 cup crushed tomatoes (20 cals)
1 Laughing cow lite French onion (35 cals)
a splash of chicken broth (5 cals)
FOR A TOTAL OF 145 cals

I also had a Green Giant Broccoli w/cheese single serve (40 cals) and for dessert something from Hungry Girl: a caramel rice cake topped with 2 TBSP lite Cool Wip (freeze for 20 min) at 75 cals (if you use FF the whole thing is just 65 cals). I ate it ALL and was stuffed for a total of 260 cals for the whole day!

Thinking of making another Caramel "Ice cream" treat...
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Wowsers! I have to share my yummy DD menu for today....definitely will be repeating this one!

Coffee and herbal teas, water, flavored non-caloric seltzer

Fast, liquids only until 2:30 pm

Post interval training -

1 scoop vanilla whey protein
1 tsp dried ground tangerine peel
ice/water

130 calories and tastes like a creamsicle!


Dinner

zero calorie Shirataki noodles
1/3 cup prepared garlic Alfredo sauce
1/2 pkg imitation crabmeat chunks
1/8 cup grated parmesan cheese
liberal dash of nutmeg

sprinkle w/ dried parsley as a garnish

250 calories - totally gourmet and so easy!

1 cup green salad mix
dash Light Raspberry Basalmic

25 more

Total for the day - 405, and I feel wonderful!
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Mock Wendy's chili
2.5 lbs. 85/15 ground beef, 1 small chopped onion, 2 chopped green bell peppers- cook these 3.together in a large pot. Drain, rinse and pat dry*,return to the pot. Season with 3 tsp salt, 1 tsp black pepper and 1 Tbs garlic powder.
Add the following:
6 oz can tomato paste
15 oz can ranch style beans with jalapenos
15 oz can light red kidney beans
15 oz can pinto beans
28 oz can diced tomatoes plus
14.5 oz can diced tomatoes
3 tablespoons chili powder
7.5 cups of water
Stir an let simmer at least 1/2 hour.
Season to taste.

Makes 22 cups at 158 calories a cup.
*if you don't rinse, drain and pat dry, the calories will be 194 per cup.
Mine was kind of bland, you just have to experiment with the seasonings.
I made this this weekend and it was soooo good.actually we ate it all weekend! Quick question.i could not find ranch style beans with jalapeños. Do you have a name brand I may be able to find?

I wanted to share mynDD breakfast: 1 cup egg whites, 2 cups unsweetened Almond milk, 2 tablespoons Truvia, 2 teaspoons vanilla. Zing it in a blender and pour into a lightly greased casserole dish and bake at 350 for 1hour. Total servings is 4 and each serving is 39 calories. I sprinkled pumpkin pie spice on mine. Lots of protein and it was very tasty!
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DD dinner tonight:

200 g (about 1 cup) cooked spaghetti squash (54 cal)
1/2 cup tomato sauce (~60 cal - I made a simple sauce with just diced tomato, pepper, onion, garlic all pureed with my stick blender)
1 wedge LC mozzarella and sun dried tomato (35 cal)

I melted the cheese in to the sauce and mixed up the whole thing - that is only 150 calories!
I could spare some calories and felt the urge so I sprinkled 1/4 cup Italian Cheese blend (kraft shredded) for another 90 calories - put it in a tiny casserole dish with the cheese on top and baked it. OMG it was almost decadent for only 240 calories!
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I don't know if anyone has posted about Hungry Girl on here, but I just saw her on Dr Oz the other day, she had some great calorie savers..I think she has them on her website too..so if you google the name, you should find it..
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I made this this weekend and it was soooo good.actually we ate it all weekend! Quick question.i could not find ranch style beans with jalapeños. Do you have a name brand I may be able to find?

I wanted to share mynDD breakfast: 1 cup egg whites, 2 cups unsweetened Almond milk, 2 tablespoons Truvia, 2 teaspoons vanilla. Zing it in a blender and pour into a lightly greased casserole dish and bake at 350 for 1hour. Total servings is 4 and each serving is 39 calories. I sprinkled pumpkin pie spice on mine. Lots of protein and it was very tasty!
Sorry mama, I just saw your post. The ranch style beans I think the brand is actually 'ranch', beans. We have them here in Texas. I would say if you bought cans of 'chili' beans instead it would work too. I'm so glad you liked it!
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ASIAN SPRING ROLLS

BEST DD RECIPE EVER!!

Asian Spring Rolls

This recipe makes TEN HUGE spring rolls. Yes, TEN!! The entire serving only clocks in at 275 cals and it is easy to split up in two or three meals. Or one HUGE meal at the end of the day.

I buy these spring roll wrappers from a local Asian supermarket here in Charlotte. The brand name is wei-chuan. The wrappers are 20 cals each. The wrappers measure 8x8 inches. That what I mean when I say they are giant.

Heres what you need:

10 spring roll wrappers - 200 cal
1/2 bag coleslaw - 62.5 cals
1 inch shredded ginger - 2 cals (yup! lol)
pam cooking spray
salt

Heat oven to 450
Lightly spray a parchment covered cookie sheet with Pam
Remove spring roll wrappers from package and set them on a plate covered with a damp paper towel (this part is critical because they will dry up almost instantly and crack)
Saute cabbage and ginger (I add a bit of sliced onion sometimes) in a pan lightly sprayed with cooking spray for about 5 mins until tender.
Remove from pan and place in a bowl to cool a bit.


Setting up your rolling station:

Place a small bowl of water and a pastry brush (or use fingers if you dont have one) next to your wrappers.

Take a spring roll wrapper and lay it flat. Place a heaping tablespoon (or more) on the middle of the wrapper. Bring one corner down over the mixture and then fold the opposite corners over that. Roll the spring roll until you have just the last corner peeking out and moisten that with a bit of water and continue rolling until sealed. Place roll seam side down on the parchment paper.

When you are finished rolling the other 9, lightly spray the tops of the rolls with a mist of Pam. (very little is needed)

Place in oven for 8-10 minutes. Flip spring rolls over and cook an additional 5 minutes.

Allow to cool (if you can wait!!) and Enjoy!!

I make a fantastic dipping sauce to go with this. Just take about 2 tbsp of sugar free raspberry jam and heat it in the micro for 30 seconds, mix a bit of grated or powdered ginger and a teensy bit of curry powder and add a bit of water to thin it. Mix well. It will be thin at first but will thicken as it cools...it complements the flavor of the spring rolls wonderfully.

Play around with the seasonings in the rolls, I have made them curry rolls before and used a spicy mustard to dip them in. This is a very forgiving and generous recipe, and it gives you a TREMENDOUS amount of food for barely half of your dd calories and will easily satisfy two or even three meals!

Enjoy everyone! Happy DD's!
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Evie, spring rolls are my favorite thing ever! I just never felt like I would be capable of making them. Thank you for posting this, I'm going to give it a try.
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Saute 1/2 head of cabbage in coconut-seasoned to your taste (120ish Kcal)
Mix with 1/2 can of low-cal soup (I used Chunky slow roasted beef and mushroom) (50-70 Kcal)
13 Special K potato chips (55 cal)
1 wedge LC cheese (I like Tomato basil) (35 Kcal)

Spread the cheese on the chips and eat with "soup" (turns out more like a pasta dish consistency)

An enormous amount of food for less than 300 Kcal--very tasty!
Even better, saute the whole head and mix with entire can of soup and share with a friend or save the rest for later!

Happy down day!

Can't wait to try the spring rolls, as soon as I can find a source for the wraps! May add alfalfa sprouts! Thanks for the recipe, Evie!
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I made the 3-2-1 cake! It came out perfect!
I mixed 1 box of Duncan Heinz Angel food cake mix with 1 box of Duncan Heinz Red Velvet cake mix and will store the mixture in an air tight container. Then I put 3 Tbs of the mixtur in a mug, added 2 Tbs of coconut milk and stirred it up with a fork until smooth.. I put in the microwave for 50 seconds on high. I was absolutely moist, did not stick to the sides of the mug, and delicious! Couldn't be too many calories either, I wouldn't think. (I don't know how many though) yummy!
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Saute 1/2 head of cabbage in coconut-seasoned to your taste (120ish Kcal)
Mix with 1/2 can of low-cal soup (I used Chunky slow roasted beef and mushroom) (50-70 Kcal)
13 Special K potato chips (55 cal)
1 wedge LC cheese (I like Tomato basil) (35 Kcal)

Spread the cheese on the chips and eat with "soup" (turns out more like a pasta dish consistency)

An enormous amount of food for less than 300 Kcal--very tasty!
Even better, saute the whole head and mix with entire can of soup and share with a friend or save the rest for later!

Happy down day!

Can't wait to try the spring rolls, as soon as I can find a source for the wraps! May add alfalfa sprouts! Thanks for the recipe, Evie!
I am soooo going to try this FamVet!! Yummmmm
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I made the 3-2-1 cake! It came out perfect!
I mixed 1 box of Duncan Heinz Angel food cake mix with 1 box of Duncan Heinz Red Velvet cake mix and will store the mixture in an air tight container. Then I put 3 Tbs of the mixtur in a mug, added 2 Tbs of coconut milk and stirred it up with a fork until smooth.. I put in the microwave for 50 seconds on high. I was absolutely moist, did not stick to the sides of the mug, and delicious! Couldn't be too many calories either, I wouldn't think. (I don't know how many though) yummy!
I really like this cake, too. I make it every UD, making 1 1/2 times the cake, NSA cherry pie filling spread over the cake and Reddi Wip over that. So good!!!
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I will be trying that too! I ate it right out of the mug, but I think it would have popped out just like a little cake. I am sure I will be making this tonight. So excited lol
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Old 03-11-2013, 08:27 PM   #1018
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I am bad....i make that cake with angel food and vanilla, add the water and eat the batter...oopppssss
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Just made the 3-2-1 cake...it was awesome! (and its an UD!!)
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I am bad....i make that cake with angel food and vanilla, add the water and eat the batter...oopppssss
LOL!! I did that tonite with the first one I made! It was yummy. Then I made 2 more and ate them too (cooked)
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