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Old 04-14-2013, 01:42 PM   #1111
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I'm sure this has been mentioned but I coudln't find it with the search option. Does anyone use a dehydrator to make veggie chips or any other low calorie things? Do veggies come out crisp or rubbery? My hubby wants to get a dehydrator but I'm not sure if things will come out the way he thinks they will!
Crisp. If they are rubbery then they aren't dehydrated enough. I have made sweet potato chips with mine.
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Sounds good. My hubby volunteered to pay for the dehydrator so who am I to complain LOL
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Old 04-14-2013, 02:17 PM   #1113
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Sounds good. My hubby volunteered to pay for the dehydrator so who am I to complain LOL
I haven't used mine lately, fruit is so high in sugar, then to dehydrate it and make it easier to eat more of, is calorie suicide! LOL

Beef jerky is good and the sweet potato chips. I suppose I could look into dehydrating different veggies that are low cal for DD snacks.
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I dehydrate several vegetables into crisps, including celeriac, and it works well.
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I would bet someone else has already posted something similar but just in case...
I steamed a whole bag of frozen cauliflower (125 cal), drained and added about 4 cups of broth, a sliced up leek, simmerd until the leek was tender. Salt, pepper and my stick blender. The whole pan I figured was 200 calories (I used bone broth which I think has a wee bit more calories than store bought) and it could be anywhere from 2 huge to 4 small servings.
A variation could be to add a wedge or two of laughing cow cheese to make it even creamier.
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Old 04-17-2013, 07:40 PM   #1116
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I made the spring rolls tonight. I added bean sprouts and used a little too much ginger, but they were delish! Thanks again for that wonderful recipe...I may make them and serve them at a party. I could only find the little (approx 3x3") wraps, but they would make wonderful appetizers!
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Old 04-19-2013, 04:04 AM   #1117
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This should probably get its own thread but as for dehydrators I make jerky with mine. I had bought Costco miniature peppers and it was too much for just me they were starting to turn so I dehydrated them. I find that often a bunch of something is too much for just me. Like I dehydrated kale not the chips and put it it broth for a healty quick soup .
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Old 04-20-2013, 02:13 PM   #1118
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I just had 1/2 cup FF cottage cheese with orange/tangerine Mio drops. It was delicious... tasted like a creamsicle... yummy!

I bet any flavor Mio drops would be good though. I may try fruit punch next.
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Old 04-20-2013, 03:53 PM   #1119
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I love Mio in plain, NF Greek yogurt. YUM!
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Old 04-20-2013, 03:59 PM   #1120
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I love Mio in plain, NF Greek yogurt. YUM!
I do, too. It had never occured to me to try in cottage cheese, but yum!
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Another Trader Joe's find after today's shopping trip -- I am in love!!! Roasted coconut chips. Slightly salty, slightly sweet, very crunchy coconutty OMG so good. 1 oz is 160 cals but munched in small slivers. Would be absolutely freakin amazing on ice cream with chocolate sauce but that will def have to wait for an UD.
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Old 04-22-2013, 11:14 AM   #1122
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never thought of using mio in foods like cottage cheese or yougurt what a good idea cant buy cottage cheese too many issues with portion control but I love it and am sure this tip will help plenty others thanks am gonna look for foods I can use it in thanks nice new pic byw
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Ohhhh! Could you please tell us about your bacon DD, please?! Sounds fabulous!!
Many thanks!
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Old 04-24-2013, 09:28 AM   #1124
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I'm glad to share one of my favorite DD things! I can usually get 2 DDs out of a pound of bacon. I have my coffee with cream for breakfast (always!). Then whatever calories are left for the day I use for bacon. Sometimes a slice or two in the afternoon, or even for lunch if I'm really hungry (I typically skip lunch on DDs). Then the rest for dinner.

I weigh the cooked and drained bacon and can eat about 2 oz or so, which is quite a lot - more than you would think! Maybe 6 - 8 slices depending on the bacon.

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Japanese Coffee Gelatin and Click Espresso (Protein) Gelatin

Hi, here are two coffee jello recipes for grownups who coffee.

Coffee gelatin desserts are all the rave in Japan!


Recipe #1: Japanese Coffee Gelatin

2.5 cups brewed black coffee
1 packet unflavored gelatin, softened in 4T water
Artificial Sweetener equivalent to 3 T. sugar (or to taste)

Directions: Place brewed coffee in a saucepan and heat until it reaches a simmer. Turn off the heat. Add artificial sweetener and whisk until incorporated. Add the softened gelatin into the pot and whisk for 1-2 minutes or until gelatin is dissolved. Refrigerate until set. Cut into attractive cubes. Top with a dollop of whipped topping of your choice.

Makes 2 large mugs. Without topping, each serving has 15 calories, 0 grams carbs, and 3.5 grams protein.

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Recipe # 2: Click Espresso Protein Gelatin

2 Cups Water
2 Scoops Click Espresso Protein Powder (32 grams)
1 packet unflavored gelatin, softened in 4T water

Directions: Bring 2 cups water to a simmer in saucepan and turn off the heat. Add 2 scoops of espresso protein powder and whisk until incorporated. Add softened gelatin and continue whisking for 1-2 minutes until gelatin is dissolved.

Divide into 2 large mugs. Chill for several hours. Each serving has 60 calories, 6 grams carbs, and 8 grams protein.

Enjoy /Cyn
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I had no idea anyone else made coffee jello other than me! I never tell anyone because I think it sounds icky. I make mine with agar, as I don't do any animal products. I sprinkle cinnamon and cocoa powder on top. I still think it sounds gross, but it's actually pretty tasty.
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I'll have to give this a try... It would be great with some of the SF davinci syrups... can you tell it's 7:30pm and all I've had is 17 calories
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I've actually been having the Click espresso shake with DaVinci's SF raspberry. It's amazing.
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Hi ladies, thanks for the comments about my coffee jello recipes. The Japanese have many variations of coffee gelatin.

I made both these recipes today. By far, my favorite is the plain brewed coffee one, over the Click protein gelatin.

I didn't have whipped topping, so I drizzled a tiny bit of Int'l Delight SF Caramel Macchiato over it and it tasted pretty good.

I know that some people make coffee panna cotta, with whipping cream on l.c. sites. Perhaps I'll try substituting the cream with some non-fat cottage cheese, whirred around in a blender.

Dawn, the SF Raspberry syrup with the Click protein sounds divine. I've got to buy some of the DaVinci's for sure. What a perfect pairing!

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Carly, you must have tons of fearless fortitude to have consumed only 17 calories by 7 p.m. -- I can't last til 7 a.m. before I have to eat breakfast, lol.


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I like Japanese food. Shira Ae (mashed tofu salad) is a good DD recipe for warm days.

Recipe: Shira ae – salad with tofu and sesame dressing

Serves 4 with 170kcalories per serving (if this still exceeds the DD limits then tweak the amount of tahini/sesame paste and seeds and this will make some difference while also, of course, reducing some of the creaminess that makes this such an interesting salad).

Ingredients (metric spoons)

Salad dressing
4 Tbsp white sesame seeds (52kcals for 1 Tbsp which is also the serving)
1 Tbsp tahini (recommended but optional: 86kcals for 1 Tbsp so 22kcals per serve)
320-350g firm tofu, pressed and drained (approx 57kcals per 80g serving)
1 Tbsp white miso (varies but approx 40kcals per 1 Tbsp so 10kcals per serve)
sweetener to equivalent of 4 tsp sugar
0.5 tsp salt

Poaching stock
1L water
10g dashi powder or some liquid dashi stock (Knorr fish/chicken stock powder is also good)
1 Tbsp soy sauce (if you use fish/chicken stock, not dashi, use a light soy sauce)


Vegetables
1 head broccoli, cleaned and cut into bite-sized pieces (Romanesco broccoli is particularly good; cauliflower if broccoli not available)
2 carrots, peeled and cut into julienne or 16 baby carrots, peeled
ice for plunging vegetables to retain colour (optional)
1 block white konnyaku, thoroughly rinsed and shredded or 2 packs of Shirataki flat noodles or fine noodles

Shichimi togarishi to serve (This is a lovely condiment but if you're using the chicken stock or don't think you'd use it up, then Old Bay seasoning or a chilli-pepper blend of some sort would work well; a seaweed blend is particularly good if you have that somewhere neglected in your larder.)

Method
Dressing: Poach the tofu in gently boiling water for 5 mins. Remove from pan and leave to drain/cool in a sieve/colander. Toast and grind the sesame seeds to a fine consistency.

Prepare the vegetables (as below) and complete the dressing as best fits your schedule (this salad benefits from standing and chilling for a few hours).

Blot the tofu to make sure it is dry and then blitz it with the ground sesame seeds and white miso, adding sweetener and salt to taste. Add tahini to taste as it does add to the creaminess but also adds calories. (If making this for non-dieters, and you can't spare the 22kcals for the tahini then put a portion aside for yourself and add tahini to the remainder and blitz again.)

Salad

(If you want to preserve the colour of the vegetables by plunging, prepare ice water using plenty of ice and water.)

Bring 1L water to the boil: add dashi/stock powder and soy sauce. Add the broccoli to the water, and cook for 1-2 mins. Add the carrots to the pot and poach for 1-3 mins (vegetable timings reflect when you're using baby carrots which need more cooking time and therefore should be added to the pot when the broccoli has poached for a minute or if you cut batons or julienne, in which case add the carrots a little later, when the broccoli has had 2 mins or so, depending on fineness of the julienne).

Remove both vegetables with a slotted spoon, and either plunge immediately into the ice water to fix the colour, or leave to cool and dry in a sieve/colander (vegetables should also be retrieved quickly from ice water and left to drain. When the vegetables are cold, blot dry with paper towel.

Add konnyaku/Shirataki noodles to the pot, and poach in the broth for 5 minutes. Drain, and dry on paper towel.

When all the components are cold, add the vegetables and konnyaku/Shirataki to the dressing and toss together to coat.

Serve with shichimi togarishi or other appropriate seasoning.

This is good, as it is. For non-dieters, if you used fish stock powder, then they might like some grilled prawns with this; similarly, add some shreds of chicken if you used chicken stock powder.

I've had a 'vaguely based on' version of this salad that substituted toasted peanuts for the sesame seeds (to the calorie value) and PB2 for the tahini and used chicken stock powder with some jerk seasoning instead of the soy sauce - the chicken and peanut was surprisingly good. (Other people also had toasted peanuts in their serving and some plantain balls on the side.)

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I love it when people post good recipes for tofu. I'm vegan and it's so sad that tofu has such a bad reputation taste-wise. It's all in how you prepare it. Anything can taste bad when not prepared well. Tofu can be absolutely scrumptious.

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I found the tomato/chicken bouillon cubes at walmart in the hispanic section. 67 cents for a box of ten. One cube makes two cups of water (10 cals).
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I found the tomato/chicken bouillon cubes at walmart in the hispanic section. 67 cents for a box of ten. One cube makes two cups of water (10 cals).
I just bought these, too. Tastes pretty good and it's satiating.
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I agree with you Tofucheez, I love tofu recipes. Thank you SlowSure for posting the salad. I will definitely make your Shira ae. It intrigues me that it has tahini, which is a staple item in my kitchen.

After living near Hilo, on the Big Island for almost 5 years, I really crave Japanese food. I used to eat Tofu Salad (with watercress) all the time and it tasted so very clean and fresh. I'm also a sucker for Tofu Agedashi (fried tofu). Yum!

Hawaiian tofu salad -- it's not my recipe, but it is how I prepared it in Hawaii.:

1 bunch watercress
1 block of fresh tofu-firmness your choice
1 pint of grape tomatoes-cut in half or quarters
4-5 green onions-finely slice from end to end
2 cups of fresh bean sprouts

toss it up

Dressing
1/2 cup of soy sauce
1/4 cup of toasted sesame seed oil-ya know chinese style
1/4 cup white vinegar
2 T spoon sugar or any other sweetener you would like to use
2 cloves grated garlic
1 T grated fresh ginger
1/4 water

Dress the salad as you eat it. The slightly sweet dressing off sets the peppery cress and the acid of the tomatoes. To boost the protein one could add chicken, tuna, salmon.

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I am intrigued by the recipe too, SS. However, it seems to be beyond my cooking abilities.
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I decided to bake a fish tomorrow with veggies. I bought a frozen sole and One fillet is only 80 calories. Hopefully that will turn nice. I just need to research what's the best way to bake it.
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I was very hungry at lunch and was quite cranky about it while fixing something for DH to eat. I decided to try something new-- a dip made with

FF cream cheese,
FF sour cream and salsa.

I mixed it up and used it for a dip with mini peppers and celery. Tasty, satisfying and best of all enabled me to punt the "poor me" feeling without blowing very many calories.
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Well, this is not a recipe but I found the 40 calorie sugar free fudgecicles at the store today. 40 calories for something chocolate on a DD sounds good to me!!!!!
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Well, this is not a recipe but I found the 40 calorie sugar free fudgecicles at the store today. 40 calories for something chocolate on a DD sounds good to me!!!!!
mmm that sounds delicious! What store did you get them at?
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