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Old 11-27-2011, 01:40 PM   #181
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This is a spin on the super low muffin.

In a microwave safe cup:
1T psyllium
1T oat fiber
1/2tsp glucomannan
1/4tsp baking powder
1/2tsp ground cinnamon (optional)
pinch of salt

Stir together.
Mix 3T almond milk and 3T s/f syrup, your flavor choice. Mix quickly into the dry ingredients and microwave for about 1 minute 15 seconds.

myplate doesn't count the calories in fiber so it shows:
13.5 calories; .5g fat; 16.4g carbs; 27.4g fiber and .33g protein.
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interesting Dottie! Does it rise without the eggbeaters??
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It rose a bit, not as much as yours and had a different texture (the psyllium I'd think). I liked it, I was in the mood for something chocolate
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Greek Veggie Burger Pita
Whole recipe: 252 calories;6.7g fat; 27g carbs; 9g fiber; 28g protein

1 joseph's flax pita (low-carb 60 calories)
1 veggie burger patty (mine has 100 calories)
1 cup shredded iceburg lettuce (10 cals)
1 oz fat free feta cheese (30 cals)
1 cup cucumber slices (16 cals)
2T light sour cream (I used lucerne 35 cals)
1 lemon wedge, juice (1 calorie)
2 mint leaves or a pinch of dried mint
pinch of garlic powder or granulated garlic
salt and pepper

Chop 1/2 the cucumber slices very fine.
Mix sour cream, lemon juice, chopped mint, garlic powder, some salt and pepper, half the crumbled feta cheese and the finely chopped cucumber and set aside.
Cook the veggie burger patty whole or chop it up, your choice.
Split the pita in half so you have 1 pockets, or just fold it over like a hotdog bun.
Mix all but 2tsp of the sour cream sauce with the lettuce to coat.
Divide the lettuce on the pita, top with the cooked veggie pattie, then the remaining sauce and the remaining cheese.
Serve the rest of the cucumber slices along side.

**For 10 calories more, you can sub a 4oz tyson boneless skinless chicken breast for the veggie burger patty.
**for 55 calories less, you can just wrap it in lettuce and forgo the pita.
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Sugar Free Instant Hot Cocoa mix

1 1/2 cups Stevia
1 cup powdered fat free non-dairy creamer
1 cup dry non fat milk powder
3/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder

Directions

In a blender or food processor, combine Stevia, powdered creamer, milk powder and cocoa powder. Mix well, and store in an airtight container.
To serve, put 2 tablespoons of powder in a mug, fill with hot water, and stir.

23 calories per serving (24 servings per recipe)
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Old 11-28-2011, 07:01 AM   #186
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Sugar Free Instant Hot Cocoa mix

1 1/2 cups Stevia
1 cup powdered fat free non-dairy creamer
1 cup dry non fat milk powder
3/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder

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In a blender or food processor, combine Stevia, powdered creamer, milk powder and cocoa powder. Mix well, and store in an airtight container.
To serve, put 2 tablespoons of powder in a mug, fill with hot water, and stir.

23 calories per serving (24 servings per recipe)
I apologize. The caloric count is wrong.

It's 36 calories per serving.
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Old 11-28-2011, 06:00 PM   #187
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I don't have any gluc and am back to juddd. I love it and it works. Here is a wonderful omm I made last night and had it for breakfast. It was huge and so filling.

2tbs oat fiber
1tbs whey protein
1t baking powder
1t konsyl psyllium powder
1tbs pumpkin
3tbs egg whites
cinnamon
pumpkin pie spice
1tbs toranis maple Brown sugar cinnamon flavor

This was excellent! I ordered some gluc but im wondering if the psyllium won't work just as well. I could have saved a ton of money. I put a teaspoon in my protein shake and when I went to drink it this afternoon it was so thick I had to use a spoon!
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I don't have any gluc and am back to juddd. I love it and it works. Here is a wonderful omm I made last night and had it for breakfast. It was huge and so filling.

2tbs oat fiber
1tbs whey protein
1t baking powder
1t konsyl psyllium powder
1tbs pumpkin
3tbs egg whites
cinnamon
pumpkin pie spice
1tbs toranis maple Brown sugar cinnamon flavor

This was excellent! I ordered some gluc but im wondering if the psyllium won't work just as well. I could have saved a ton of money. I put a teaspoon in my protein shake and when I went to drink it this afternoon it was so thick I had to use a spoon!
OH Shelly!!! !!! So good to see you with us again! I love your recipe and am wondering about the calories. Any idea how much this muffin is? Thanks!!
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DD Sheppards Pie
1 lb 93% Lean Hamburger
4 cups Broccoli,cauliflower,carrots & Cheese Sauce (a 6 serving bag)
12 oz Frozen Fresh Cauliflower
2 wedge Light Swiss Cheese
salt and pepper

Directions

Microwave the cauliflower until soft, about 6 minutes. Drain and mash with salt, pepper and the laughing cow cheese wedges.
Crumble and cook the ground beef, drain if needed. Season with salt and pepper.
Mix in the 6 serving bag of veggies in cheese sauce, cover and let heat through for about 5 minutes until the sauce is melted and the veggies are softened.

Pour into a 9x9 casserole and top with the prepared mashed cauliflower.
Bake, uncovered, for about 20 minutes until the cauliflower starts to brown lightly and the casserole is hot and bubbling.

Per serving (@6 per recipe) : 185cals; 85g fat; 9g carbs; 2.5g fiber; 17.75g protein

*This is a spin on a hungry girl recipe that used soy/veggie crumbles instead of beef and mashed potatoes instead of cauliflower.
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DD Sheppards Pie
1 lb 93% Lean Hamburger
4 cups Broccoli,cauliflower,carrots & Cheese Sauce (a 6 serving bag)
12 oz Frozen Fresh Cauliflower
2 wedge Light Swiss Cheese
salt and pepper

Directions

Microwave the cauliflower until soft, about 6 minutes. Drain and mash with salt, pepper and the laughing cow cheese wedges.
Crumble and cook the ground beef, drain if needed. Season with salt and pepper.
Mix in the 6 serving bag of veggies in cheese sauce, cover and let heat through for about 5 minutes until the sauce is melted and the veggies are softened.

Pour into a 9x9 casserole and top with the prepared mashed cauliflower.
Bake, uncovered, for about 20 minutes until the cauliflower starts to brown lightly and the casserole is hot and bubbling.

Per serving (@6 per recipe) : 185cals; 85g fat; 9g carbs; 2.5g fiber; 17.75g protein

*This is a spin on a hungry girl recipe that used soy/veggie crumbles instead of beef and mashed potatoes instead of cauliflower.
Sounds yummy!!!
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Two less then 50 calorie fillers:

Peanut butter caramel "oatmeal"

2 Tbs walden farms caramel dip
1 TBS PB2
one drained bag of shiritake rice
1 TBS fat free sourcream (or fat free cream cheese)

Stir, refrigerate, eat--I nuke and make hot--more warm and filling that way

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Cinnamon marshmallow "oatmeal"

2 Tbs WF marshmallow dip with 1tsp cinnamon stirred in
2 Tbs ff sourcream
1 bag drained and rinsed shiritaki rice

stir, refrigerate and eat--I nuke and make hot--more warm and filling that way

I find that one of these at 11 will get me to at least 3 or 4pm before eating anything
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Jello made w koolaid

I was looking for a drink mix to make my own jello and was reading ingredients. Unsweetened Kool-aid was the least offensive.... and 22 cents a package. My main purpose was to use my own sweetener to taste.
I already buy bulk gelatine.

A packet of Kool-Aid
1 Tbsp gelatine
1 quart of water
Sweetener (I used 1/3 c erythritol then added stevia to taste)

Heat it til everything is dissolved then refrigerate.

My first batch is pink lemonade.

You could mix in some dairy; yogurt, cream, cream cheese, etc. Same as w jello.
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Made this for dinner last night and it was so DELISH!!!!!!!


1 joseph's flax pita -(60 calories) Don't split and heat up while cooking filling

1 steak-umm (100 calories)
2 cups shredded angel hair cabbage (20 calories)
1 wedge LC cheese (35 calories)

In a frying pan cook steak-umm and tear into pieces as it is cooking. When done, push to the side of the pan and add cabbage. I put a little splash of water over the cabbage (LC days it was butter, but H2O worked just as good!) and cooked it down a little. Add LC cheese, garlic salt and pepper to cabbage and stir really well. Scoot (southern girl here!!) beef into cabbage and mix really well.

Put pita on plate and place cabbage mixture on top. Fold in half and eat like a gyro!! So so good and only 215 calories!!!
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DD Sheppards Pie
1 lb 93% Lean Hamburger
4 cups Broccoli,cauliflower,carrots & Cheese Sauce (a 6 serving bag)
12 oz Frozen Fresh Cauliflower
2 wedge Light Swiss Cheese
salt and pepper

Directions

Microwave the cauliflower until soft, about 6 minutes. Drain and mash with salt, pepper and the laughing cow cheese wedges.
Crumble and cook the ground beef, drain if needed. Season with salt and pepper.
Mix in the 6 serving bag of veggies in cheese sauce, cover and let heat through for about 5 minutes until the sauce is melted and the veggies are softened.

Pour into a 9x9 casserole and top with the prepared mashed cauliflower.
Bake, uncovered, for about 20 minutes until the cauliflower starts to brown lightly and the casserole is hot and bubbling.

Per serving (@6 per recipe) : 185cals; 85g fat; 9g carbs; 2.5g fiber; 17.75g protein

*This is a spin on a hungry girl recipe that used soy/veggie crumbles instead of beef and mashed potatoes instead of cauliflower.
This looks scrumptious! Making it for dinner on my next DD. Thanx!
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Old 12-04-2011, 12:39 PM   #195
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low carb and low cal...what is there to eat? Water?

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ooooh - most thin sliced ham here is around 20cals per slice. Veggies (normal lc ones), tuna fish - 103 or something for a tin (small). Prawns - 100gm = 70 cals - and you feel quite full - Shiratake noodles. Egss - certainly egg whites! SF Syrups. Some people have some lc OMM type recipes. Atkins bars (not low cal - but definitely counted and lc). There are some LC Juddders here - perhaps a question out to all of them! Good luck.
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Posting link here so we answer your question:

JUDDers-what are some low cal and low carb foods?
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ooooh - most thin sliced ham here is around 20cals per slice. Veggies (normal lc ones), tuna fish - 103 or something for a tin (small). Prawns - 100gm = 70 cals - and you feel quite full - Shiratake noodles. Egss - certainly egg whites! SF Syrups. Some people have some lc OMM type recipes. Atkins bars (not low cal - but definitely counted and lc). There are some LC Juddders here - perhaps a question out to all of them! Good luck.
i love the idea of shrimp! GREAT idea...and eggs! I could do that
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Fruity Creamy Gluco Stuff
Makes 3 big servings @ 27 calories; 5.37g carbs; 2.3g fiber; 2g protein per 1+ cup serving

2 packet s/f Pink Lemonade* drink mix (the water bottle size packets)
24 oz water
2 drop Ez-sweetz (or equal to 2tsp sweetener)
6 oz Fat Free Plain Yogurt (I used Greek Gods f/f greek yogurt @ 60cals for 6oz)
1 heaping tsp Glucomannan Powder


Mix cold wate and drink mix packets, then add the glucomannan powder and mix very well. Refrigerate 30 minutes until it starts to gel up.
Mix the yogurt and the sweetener, then fold into the fruity gluc gel.
Refrigerate again for 30 minutes before eating.

*I made this with ruby red grapefruit drink mix, orange sunrise and both were very good, too.
**I found that it tastes different if you just mix the yogurt into the start. It does something weird to the flavor that I did not care for.
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Fruity Creamy Gluco Stuff
Makes 3 big servings @ 27 calories; 5.37g carbs; 2.3g fiber; 2g protein per 1+ cup serving

2 packet s/f Pink Lemonade* drink mix (the water bottle size packets)
24 oz water
2 drop Ez-sweetz (or equal to 2tsp sweetener)
6 oz Fat Free Plain Yogurt (I used Greek Gods f/f greek yogurt @ 60cals for 6oz)
1 heaping tsp Glucomannan Powder


Mix cold wate and drink mix packets, then add the glucomannan powder and mix very well. Refrigerate 30 minutes until it starts to gel up.
Mix the yogurt and the sweetener, then fold into the fruity gluc gel.
Refrigerate again for 30 minutes before eating.

*I made this with ruby red grapefruit drink mix, orange sunrise and both were very good, too.
**I found that it tastes different if you just mix the yogurt into the start. It does something weird to the flavor that I did not care for.
could you use xanathan gum instead of Glucomannan?
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This may sound strange, but really tastes good if you like reuben sandwiches.

2 oz.(4 slices) Lunchmate thin-sliced rotisserie chicken lunchmeat-50 cal.
2 oz. sauerkraut (about 2 Tbsp.)- 10 cal.
2 Tbsp. Walden Farms Chipotle Ranch dressing- 0 cal.

Pat lunchmeat dry with papertowel. Spread slices with dressing and top with sauerkraut. Roll up and enjoy! I added a Fit and Active mozarella cheese stick for another 60 calories.

Total lunch- 120 calories. And pretty filling, too!

You can also use the roast beef for an additional 30 calories. It is very good, too.
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wonder what carbs amount is in sauerkraut
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very few carbs--just cabbage and salt
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One carb for 2 Tablespoons...HTH!
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You're welcome! The whole lunch had one carb...If you are concerned about carb intake, this is definately do-able!

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Some sauerkraut appears to be lower than this, some higher - check around!
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This is a weird combination, but I find it very satisfying:

1/2 cup cottage cheese (I buy 1%, 80 calories)
mix in a smidge (1/4-1/2 teaspoon) of "Better Than Bouillon" chicken base
black pepper
(chopped tomato)

Spread on to crackers (I've been liking "flatbread" crackers lately...big surface for not-too-many calories, and I prefer the flavor to fiber crackers )
or however you like to eat your cottage cheese!

I came up with this one day when I was having a wicked craving for something salty...
Have you ever had those "Chicken In a Basket" crackers? This makes lower-calorie crackers taste like that!
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