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Old 01-27-2012, 12:46 PM   #31
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I don't like to make a regular habit of these frozen dinners because the ingredient list is a mile long, but Walmart has a Great Value Lean Cafe Salisbury Steak frozen dinner that in a pinch is pretty tasty with the hunger of DD, convenient and filling.

It has 260 calories, 9 g. fat, 21 g. carbs, 1 g. fiber, 25 g. protein.

I find the mac & cheese (and the steak) needs salt and pepper to have much flavor, but the meal, eaten slowly, is nice on the occasional busy DD.

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I just discovered the 72% cacao Swiss chocolate by the checkout at Trader Joe's. It is only 60 calories for a large square. It really kept me satisfied, eating it bit by bit while I drove to a movie/ dinner event on a DD today. I didn't eat dinner til after 9 and I was fine.

They don't call it superfood for nothing.
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This is a great thread! I could always use more low carb DD food ideas!

Eggs are excellent, as they usually fill me up for a really long time. Bacon too. I have bacon almost every DD. I also find that baked items made from almond flour are very filling. I make low carb muffins from almond flour and one will fill me up as much as eggs and bacon.

I frequently make room on DDs to have a piece of fatty-ish meat for dinner (or if it's not fatty enough, I'll add some cheese), since that's what usually does it to satisfy my hunger until I go to sleep. Canned tuna/salmon with melted cheese works too.
Would love to know how you fix your eggs and bacon for DDs and the muffin recipe with almond flour? I have both almond flour and coconut flour on hand but mostly use it to make things for the kids. I agree that a little fat will keep you more satisfied but it adds up quick as well so I'm not sure. I start JUDDD tomorrow with my first DD. I am just jumping in. I have read some on here this week and on the J website.
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Would love to know how you fix your eggs and bacon for DDs and the muffin recipe with almond flour? I have both almond flour and coconut flour on hand but mostly use it to make things for the kids. I agree that a little fat will keep you more satisfied but it adds up quick as well so I'm not sure. I start JUDDD tomorrow with my first DD. I am just jumping in. I have read some on here this week and on the J website.
On DDs I usually just have eggs soft-boiled so as to not add any more calories to it. On UDs I'll have it over-easy cooked in bacon grease since I can spare more calories then. Bacon is always just nuked in the microwave. I eat bacon almost every day, so it has to be quick and easy. As for the almond muffin, it's just a tweak on Dottie's pumpkin poundcake, but I use my muffin tray instead. I substitute stevia and will sometimes use one less egg and just add water for a more moist muffin with less calories.

Good luck! I think everyone's different when it comes to what types of foods fill them up on DDs, so it's hard to say without trying it out yourself. It took a few stomach gnawing DDs before I realized I needed the fat and protein. Once you find your combo and what works for you though, it'll be a piece of cake.
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Old 01-29-2012, 07:49 PM   #35
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^that recipe is a great idea!!! I think that would be filling! I make the LC/LF muffin from ouziod, but I have been looking for ways to incorporate pumpkin! Thanks for the idea!

Maybe sub 1/2 cup of the almond flour for oat fiber- cut the calories in the recipe by 320 calories!! or in 12 muffins 26 calories!
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This thread has low cal protein sources: Highest protein with the lowest calories...
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In the HG newsletter today:
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Morningstar Farms Veggie Dogs - Stop the presses! We've finally found a veggie hot dog that we enjoy. These once-discontinued pups are back. The texture is appealing, the flavor is a little smoky and definitely tasty, and they're extra-delicious prepared in a skillet. Each link has 50 calories, 0.5g fat, 430mg sodium, 4g carbs, <1g fiber, 2g sugars, and 7g protein (PointsPlus® value 1*). We think they'd be FANTASTIC on Super Bowl Sunday in our De-Pudged Pigs in a Blanket recipe!
I'll be looking for them!
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Old 01-30-2012, 07:20 AM   #38
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I'll be looking for them!
Dottie, if you find them, can you post the ingredients used to manufacture them and achieve the flavor? I often don't find certain things in the groceries here, but the stores can get the product in if you specially request it.

But, if it has a lot of strange chemical ingredients, I'll probably pass. And, your flavor review would be worth more than the newsletter reviewer to me anyway.
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According to their site, nothing locally carries them
Here's the label - not awful but not great on the ingredients. Not something I'd have every day but would be nice occasionally IF they taste good.
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Not a good use of DD calories but if you really want something sweet and "fake" won't do it, Upper Crust Cinnamon Minis are 60 cals and 9g carbs each. I found them at Kroger, there's 16 in a pack, so I'm going to freeze them individually!
I just had one with coffee and they're very good, real cinnamon rolls, about 2 bites worth.
Not bad as an up day treat either

Oh they sell them at Sams club, so maybe walmart has them as well?
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I scored some Applegate Farms organic turkey breast today. 99 cents for 6oz pkg. Close dated, of course, but vacuum sealed.

2 oz is 50 cals. Exactly what I needed to have around on DD's.
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FYI- a great tool is any hcg cookbook or recipe out there on the web. at 500cal a day there are tons of suggestions that are perfect for DD.

eggfuyung (1 egg plus 2 whites and half a bag of bean sprouts, mustard powder and ginger and coconut aminos) for a big plate of food under 150cal
pork tenderloin roasted with a sliced apple and cabbage wedges for 200cal at a 4oz pork serving with half the apple and some cabbage
green salad with acv and a can of tuna (or 4oz very lean beef or chicken or pork) and a chopped small apple or small orange segmented for under 250cal
fish tostada! crisp a thin corn tortilla (40cal or less) in a dry pan. pan cook a 4oz tilapia filet with some lime juice and sea salt and place on tortilla, top with 1 cup or more preshredded cabbage mixed with .25 cup greek yogurt and 2T or so green salsa and a dash more lime juice for a 200cal meal
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all these snacks have 10 calories!
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1 cashew half
1 Cheetos Puff
1 large celery stick
1 French onion SunChip
1 Lay’s potato chip
1 pecan half
1 reduced-fat Pringle
1 shoestring french fry
1 Snyder’s of Hanover
honey mustard and onion
pretzel nibbler
1 taro chip
1 Tostitos Scoops! chip
1 Trader Joe’s Bagel Chip
(everything flavor)
1 Wheatables cracker
1.5 almonds
1.5 Calbee Saya
snow pea crisps
1.5 Kashi TLC honey
sesame crackers
2 baked bite-sized
Tostitos tortilla chips
2 Big Cheez-It Crackers
2 Fritos
2 Sabra Mini Crunchy Pickles
2.5 baked Cheetos
2.5 pistachios
3 Eden Foods Brown Rice Chips
4 Cheddar Goldfish crackers
5 green-bell-pepper rings
(raw, 1⁄4 inch thick)
7 pieces Pirate’s Booty
7 sugar snap peas
(raw, in pod)
7 Veggie Stix
9 roasted and salted
pumpkin seeds
10 cucumber slices
10 Wheat Chex
11 pieces shelled
edamame (soybeans)
18 roasted and salted
sunflower seeds
20 roasted and
salted soynuts
42 Cheerios
1⁄3 cup air-popped popcorn
½ Nestlé Pretzel Flipz
1 apple slice
1 Austin Zoo animal cracker
1 container tropical berry or
strawberry-kiwi Jell-O
sugar-free gelatin snack
1 dried pineapple piece
1 grapefruit segment
1 gummi bear
1 Hershey’s white
chocolate pretzel bite
1 Keebler mini vanilla wafer
1 Miss Meringue mini
vanilla meringue cookie
1 Mr. Goodbar Bites
1 navel orange segment
1 peanut M&M
1 Rolo Bites
1 Snackwell’s chocolate
chip bite-size cookie
1 York Bites
1 Whopper
1.5 banana chips
1.5 Hershey’s Kissables
1.5 Quaker Quakes mini rice
cakes (cheese, ranch or sour
cream and onion flavor)
1.5 Trader Joe’s Mini
Fruit Slices candies
1.5 Twizzlers black licorice bites
2 cantaloupe balls
2 large strawberries
2 pieces Brach’s candy corn
2 Skittles
2 Teddy Grahams
2.5 baby carrots
2.5 cherries
2.5 Jelly Belly jelly beans
2.5 Reese’s Pieces
3 Altoids mints
3 cherry tomatoes
3 plain M&M’s
3 red or green grapes
3 tangerine segments
3 watermelon balls
4 Nestlé Toll House
semisweet chocolate chips
4.5 mini marshmallows
6.5 raisins
9 Brach’s Cinnamon
Imperial Hearts
10 raspberries
12.5 blueberries
¼ cup fresh cranberries
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AND 1/4 cup rhubarb. I buy the frozen kind and stew a bag (63 calories per bag) with some SF cinnamon vanilla torani syrup. For 10 calories and a FF SF yogurt, you have a great treat!
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some of these may be repeats... but I like 'em.

-Wasa crackers and an ounce or two of cream cheese or regular cheese. A few sliced olives on top, or dash of hot sauce on the cream cheese.
-salad with Bolthouse Farms Ranch or other low-cal dressing, and bits of avocado and bacon... or chicken, tuna, etc. on top.
-whole milk plain yogurt with berries and 1/2 scoop protein powder stirred in.
-deli ham or tuna or other low-cal protein on lettuce, tomato, other veggies on some lite or high fiber or LC bread. Or in a low cal or LC flour tortilla. Spread lightly with condiments. Pickle on the side, if desired.
-egg white with seasonings stirred in, cooked as an omelet or scrambled along with mushroom, onion, green pepper. Maybe a bit of real cheese or Laughing Cow melted in.
-the egg white cooked the same as above but eaten in a low calorie or LC warmed tortilla.
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Egg whites scrambled with fresh spinach then lightly topped with parmsan cheese makes a filling, low cal meal.
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B lou your fish tostada sounds soo good wish I had some corn tortillas
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Old 02-16-2012, 09:27 AM   #48
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I was all exited to tell you I found these 3.5oz pouches of Crown Prince sardines in a pouch, in spring water, no salt added. 70 calories per pouch, 160mg sodium.
And they were . Seriously disgusting. Sardine mush. I don't even know if my dog will eat them lol.
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sorry Dottie the 70 calorie wild salmon pouches by chicken of the sea have 13 g of protein and are delicious!
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I'm sorry too Dottie. I will tell you that friends in the food industry told me to stay away, VERY FAR AWAY from those packaged fish. They are packaged for convenience, not nutrition and are usually the dregs of the seafood haul.
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Just a couple of good quality anchovies give so much flavour to any dish, they work better than almost any other fish on a DD.
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Old 02-21-2012, 03:06 PM   #52
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Found something new here in Aus!
Campbell's Country Ladle Cafe Style - Vine Tomato with Spinach & ricotta ravioli

405 g tin = 254 cals!!! There are several vegetarian ones in the range some are lower!

No good if you're following Low Carb though!
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Vicky, that looked so good I went to their website and can't find anything similar here. Make sure you buy tons of it so they know it's a good seller and they'll expand their market.
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Will do!! And it was delicious!! Strange they have it here in Australia but not in the US!! Just checked and it was made here!! go figure

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Thanks for all of the useful tips. Being a newbie I am so grateful for all of you veterans of JUDDD out there. I found some high fiber crackers this week called GG Crispbread. 12 calories each, 7 carbs, 5 fiber, 0 fat. On their own they taste like sawdust, but with a TBSP. Daisey 2% cottage cheese at 11.5 calories and 1 tsp. of sugarfree jam at 3 calories, makes for a 26.5 calorie breakfast or snack. that's unbelievably filling for me , with coffee and a tsp of heavy cream for 8 calories, a total of 34.5 calories.

Also found a cheese called Sonoma which was very similar to Laughing Cow, only it was 25 calories instead of 35.
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I love GG crackers, they fill you up and they'll keep you regular too, lol.
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hmmm. The Sonoma cheeses I have found are 50 per wedge--you found one that is 25 per wedge? Gotta look for that--I love the pepper jack one--
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They had two kinds of Sonoma at our local store. The ones I got were the Sonoma Lite, the garlic herb and the blue cheese. Also found some instant miso soup that wasn't filled with junk for 35 cals per cup. According to Dr. Oz today 1/2 cup daily helps to slim the thighs. So another filler upper for approximately 17l 5 calories.
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