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Old 03-25-2012, 05:16 PM   #91
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the tortillas are Mi Rancho brand--25 cals for a small corn tortilla. I microwave for about a minute, turn over and micro another 40 seconds. Delicious crispy corn chips with no fat at all. delicious with salsa or bean dip!
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Old 03-25-2012, 05:48 PM   #92
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Wow Ouizoid - Must try this! I hope I can find them here in GA!
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Thanks Ouizoid. Never heard of them, but I'll start looking for them.
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Old 03-26-2012, 08:46 AM   #94
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sesmark gluten free rice thins (crackers, in the Oriental foods section of major stores).
17 large(ish) crackers for 120cals.
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the tortillas are Mi Rancho brand--25 cals for a small corn tortilla. I microwave for about a minute, turn over and micro another 40 seconds. Delicious crispy corn chips with no fat at all. delicious with salsa or bean dip!
So excited to find these! Their website says they have an organic and gluten free version too!
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:47 AM   #96
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I don't know if everyone saw my earlier post about the tortillas--but in addition to microwaved chips (I'll never buy chips again!) and dip, I use these to make petite DD tostadas or fish tacos or nachos--with 3 mini tortillas equaling 75 calories, all sorts of things are possible. I know one regular corn tortilla is 50 calories--, but these 25 cal tortillas are fun and easy to work with. I toasted strips the other day (in the micro) and floated them in my chicken/chili broth for a little "tortilla soup"
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Old 03-27-2012, 04:34 PM   #97
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[QUOTE=oropendola;15485615]Thank you all for your wonderful ideas! I'm on my second UD and was having trouble planning my DDs.

I'll add to the list:
Amy Lu Sweet Caramelized Onion Chicken Burger (CostCo) and 1 T Heinz One Carb Ketchup
155 calories and so good![/QUOTE

Just FYI - these burgers are $12+ for 10 burgers.
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Old 03-27-2012, 04:36 PM   #98
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Randalls (Safeway and other names) carries Springerhill 98% fat free all natural ground beef @ 120cals for 4oz.
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Dottie u have a Randals or Safeway?? in Texas?
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Yep Randalls. Used to be Safeway, then Albertsons then Randalls took the name over
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Old 03-29-2012, 06:48 AM   #101
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I'd be so ecstatic to have a Randalls in Temple. What I really miss is my Kroger! All we have up here is HEB and I just don't like their lousy pricing and corporate philosophy of squeezing out every other grocwer in Central Texas. Been doing that for years! Grrrrrr. So I shop at my Super Walmart solely to not give my grocery dollars to HEB.
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Old 03-29-2012, 09:51 AM   #102
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Well krogers was run out of my city by the unions not HEB but Dottie we are getting Trader Joes soon *my heart leaps with joy*
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I shop about 75% at Kroger, produce is better at HEB, meat is better at randalls. I do like wally world when I have a bunch of non-grocery stuff, and they have flatout bread and stuff.
No TJ here in hicks'n sticks lol
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Old 03-29-2012, 12:01 PM   #104
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One of my DD staples is going to be Ouizoid's OMM. It is delicious!! That and my YoCheese Pudding and I'll be a happy Down Dayer!
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soft pretzel(ish) anyone?

Discovered by accident just now for my dinner. . .

Two boiled eggs topped with yellow mustard and sea salt

Tastes almost identical to a soft pretzel with salt and mustard!

I love love love soft pretzels and am just ok with boiled eggs. This so totally rocks! But could be dangerous. . . Eeek!
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I never thought of mustard on cooked eggs, but why not? I put it in my egg salad! Thanks for the idea
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this is so simple and yet so delicious--a bag of the miracle rice rinsed and dried --one wedge parmesan peppercorn melted in--(I use the Sonoma Jack light version, but I know Weight Watchers does one too--the sonoma light is only 25 calories. a little extra S & P

really, such a nice bowl of yummy for 25 cals.
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Sounds GOOD Ouiz. I've just got to get to the store and see if I can find these WW and LC cheese wedges. Or maybe my Sams will have them. I haven't eaten LC wedges since I was in grade school. And I'm not sayin' how long ago THAT was.
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Old 04-02-2012, 07:59 AM   #109
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One of my go-to dinners is two fat-free hot dogs (80 calories total) with two tablespoons of sour cream (60) mixed with sriracha and good mustard for dipping.
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Hillshire farms grilled chicken breasts @ 120 cals each, just microwave for 1 minute.
A little pricey (I think it was almost $4 for a pack of 2, but I had a coupon lol) but for convenience it's nice.
They're in the same area as luncheon meats at the stores here.
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Health Wise (bariwise) almond chip biscotti. I've only found them online, google
But 15 cals/3g carbs each for a real biscotti about a little less than 1/2 the size of the coffee shop big ones. Nice flavor and real biscotti crunch.
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Dottie can u give us a hint where u found 15 cal 3 carb biscotti?
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Dottie can u give us a hint where u found 15 cal 3 carb biscotti?
She did. Google Bariwise and then when you get to the site, search on biscotti.
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J never heard of this website so when I saw the B word my eyes missed it very intersting website
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Even though I'm on an UD, I had this for breakfast and it is delicious and quick! It's from Davian, who either is or was a JUDDD BUDD. Going to double it for UD's!

Blueberry Bowl Muffin

1/3 cup Carbquik
1/3 cup Davinci's (I did 2/3 of it Blueberry and topped it off with Vanilla)
2 Tbsp defrosted frozen blueberries

Mix it all together (CQ and Davinci's first then blueberries) then microwave for 3 minutes to 3 minutes 15 seconds. Top with fresh whipped cream.


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I mixed DaVinci's SF Blueberry and Praline syrups. It's a small muffin, is 90 calories for the CQ and then whatever calories for however blueberries or whatever other fruit used or subbed.
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Old 04-25-2012, 07:53 AM   #116
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I was looking for travel sized products to keep in my car and found a site called minimus (google it) that has a lot of travel sized things!

Great site with lots of different travel sized stuff, not just food!!!
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Old 04-25-2012, 08:26 AM   #117
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Wow beeb! DH hates taking big bottles of salad dressing to work and that place has the little packets for about 1/2 what I can get them at kroger for lol. They even have Kens
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Very low carb veggie: nopal cactus.
It's a popular Mexican food, so you may be able to find it if your local store has a good Mexican food section, or in a Latino supermarket.

I found it at Weis!!! It's pickled and sold in glass jars.
The brand I got is La Coste˝a.

Big 5oz serving: 0 fat, 5-6g carb, 4g fiber, 1g protein.
Label says 25 calories, but minus fiber=8-12 calories.

I like it in scrambled eggs.
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I was looking for travel sized products to keep in my car and found a site called minimus (google it) that has a lot of travel sized things!

Great site with lots of different travel sized stuff, not just food!!!

This is an awesome find! Vacations will be SO much easier now.
So will our days out and visits to friends' homes for meals.

I bow to you, The Master of great finds!
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Old 04-27-2012, 04:43 AM   #120
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Just had one of those low cal hot chocolate drinks. 38 cals for a big mug of hot sweet chocolaty goodness. Certainly hit the spot and took away the empty feeling.

I may try a hot chocolate day. Ten mugs for my DD sounds plenty to keep me happy.
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