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Old 04-27-2012, 07:54 AM   #121
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I'm not a big fan of sweet drinks, but the Crystal Light peach bellini is really light and refreshing
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The Great Value brand turkey breakfast patties at Wal-Mart are only 90 calories each.
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Old 05-01-2012, 08:48 AM   #123
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Not the most nutritious, but easy to keep on hand: Hamburger Helper microwave singles Ultimate Cheesy Burger Twist 170 cals; 4.5g fat; 530,g sodium; 26g carbs; 1g fiber; 7g protein for the single serve microwave with water cup.
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Old 05-01-2012, 10:36 AM   #124
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Dottie, where do you get those?
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Old 05-01-2012, 11:00 AM   #125
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I don't have the calorie count on this, but it would vary anyway based on what you use and/or how much. I can't remember where I got this, but it's delish. It calls for blueberries, although you can use the fruit of your choice.

Blueberry "Cobbler"

Handful of blueberries
Handful of oats
1/2 c. cottage cheese
Sweetener to taste

I use frozen blueberries and nuke them for 20 seconds or so, then smush them up a little. Throw in the oats (old-fashioned or quick), cottage cheese, and the sweeteners. Mix it all up, nuke it for 20 seconds to a minute (I like it warm) and eat.

I add a Splenda and Truvia packet, and a couple squirts of sf DaVinci Blueberry syrup. Very adaptable - add more oatmeal, less cottage cheese, different fruit, etc.

It really does taste like a cobbler!
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Old 05-01-2012, 11:45 AM   #126
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Dottie, where do you get those?
Walmart and walgreens carry them and Kroger too, I think. I don't think I've seen them anywhere else.
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Old 05-01-2012, 11:53 AM   #127
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Thanks. Are they in the canned or frozen section? You know I'm all about ease!
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Old 05-01-2012, 12:23 PM   #128
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Check with the ramen type soups - they're little microwave "cups" like you see mac and cheese and soups in

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Old 05-01-2012, 12:25 PM   #129
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Looking for the picture, I see they also have a box of pouches that you add boiling water to your own bowl with - those look even more convenient!
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Check with the ramen type soups - they're little microwave "cups" like you see mac and cheese and soups in

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I thought I'd given this up for good. I'll pick some up next time we're in town. Thanks!
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Old 05-14-2012, 10:28 AM   #132
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Xanthan gum is a great low carb, gluten free thickener but I never use a whole bottle/bag before it clumps up.
I found at wal-mart small (.32oz) packets, about the same size as packets of instant yeast, of Hodgson Mill xanthan gum for $0.48 a packet!
It's a bright red packet in with spices and has about 8 .5tsp servings per packet.
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Dottie I will have to look for that. That stuff is expensive especially if it doesn't last!
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OMG I'm so surprised to hear yours clumps up, Dottie. I've had mine for probably 2 years, it's in a canister with holes in the lid even, and it stays in powdery form always. Maybe it's that coastal humidity (which I sure don't miss since leaving the Galveston/TxCity area)? What about transferring it to a screw-lidded jar? That might be more air-tight.
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I don't have the calorie count on this, but it would vary anyway based on what you use and/or how much. I can't remember where I got this, but it's delish. It calls for blueberries, although you can use the fruit of your choice.

Blueberry "Cobbler"

Handful of blueberries
Handful of oats
1/2 c. cottage cheese
Sweetener to taste

I use frozen blueberries and nuke them for 20 seconds or so, then smush them up a little. Throw in the oats (old-fashioned or quick), cottage cheese, and the sweeteners. Mix it all up, nuke it for 20 seconds to a minute (I like it warm) and eat.

I add a Splenda and Truvia packet, and a couple squirts of sf DaVinci Blueberry syrup. Very adaptable - add more oatmeal, less cottage cheese, different fruit, etc.

It really does taste like a cobbler!
This was really good; thanks for posting
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Old 05-17-2012, 09:51 AM   #136
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Old 05-22-2012, 08:31 PM   #137
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I have two new DD staples: beef broth with a good splash of apple cider vinegar and Tabasco and Healthy Choice Honey Balsamic Chicken (210 calories and fabulous!). I even eat the Honey Balsamic Chicken for lunch on UDs - it's that good!
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I have two new DD staples: beef broth with a good splash of apple cider vinegar and Tabasco and Healthy Choice Honey Balsamic Chicken (210 calories and fabulous!). I even eat the Honey Balsamic Chicken for lunch on UDs - it's that good!
I find myself often eating things on an UD that I had on a DD, though I might make them a little more decadent. Once I made it so decadent, I made myself sick, so I try to be a bit more reasonable these days.

Sometimes my DD foods are so good, I wonder how I managed to fit all that into 500 calories.

One of the best things I have tried is I measure 70 grams of frozen sliced strawberries (25 Cal) in the bottom of a large cup. Then I put 8 oz of chocolate unsweetened almond milk (45) in the blender along with 2 T. of cottage cheese (25), a pack of Yoohoo chocolate powder (5) and about 1/2 pack of decaf via. Sweeten to taste with liquid sweetener (0) and three drops of peppermint extract (0). Add 1 C. of ice, blend really well, and pour over the strawberries. That's 100 calories, and I have it every night before I go to bed. Sometimes it's almost too much for me to finish.

If I have a few calories left over I'll pour a couple of tablespoons of the dark chocolate sauce that's like 15 calories for 2 T. Sorry I can't remember who entered the recipe, but it's basically water, cocoa, sweetener, cooked up and refrigerated. It's really good!
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This was really good; thanks for posting
Isn't it yummy????? So glad you tried and liked it!

Yum, Georgene, I gotta try that strawberry peppermint shake!

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These may be an acquired taste but I *adore* them. I am new to JUDDD, just on my second DD, but these are a fave "go to" snack.

SeaSnax roasted seaweed. Each package contains a bunch of crispy sheets of seaweed roasted with olive oil and sea salt. There are a couple flavors so that in addition to the basic ingredients above there are some that contain: ground chipotle, onion, wasabi. Each package, depending on the flavor, is 14-16 calories. Their package calls them "strangely addicting" and they are to me.

I'm a major fusspot about ingredients and was so pleased to find these with olive oil, as all the other roasted seaweeds I saw used canola oil which is another of those things I don't touch.

I'm a newbie to JUDDD, as I said, and this is just my second DD. But I had one of these today and two on my first DD.
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These may be an acquired taste but I *adore* them. I am new to JUDDD, just on my second DD, but these are a fave "go to" snack.
Well, lookie who's here! Hey there! Good to see ya again!
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Hiya, Merpig! Welcome to LCF! I haven't seen those in the stores here. But I bet I can find them in Austin.
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Hi Georgene. Nice to see your friendly face here too.
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Hiya, Merpig! Welcome to LCF! I haven't seen those in the stores here. But I bet I can find them in Austin.
I am pretty sure that's the product I saw at Sprouts in Round Rock the other day.
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Thanks, Amlyjo. I do get to that Sprouts every now and again. It's been awhile. I should check it out again soon.
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These may be an acquired taste but I *adore* them. I am new to JUDDD, just on my second DD, but these are a fave "go to" snack.

SeaSnax roasted seaweed. Each package contains a bunch of crispy sheets of seaweed roasted with olive oil and sea salt. There are a couple flavors so that in addition to the basic ingredients above there are some that contain: ground chipotle, onion, wasabi. Each package, depending on the flavor, is 14-16 calories. Their package calls them "strangely addicting" and they are to me.
I don't really care for those myself, but I see them at Trader Joe's too...in case someone else shares your addiction.
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Red Lobster!

Just had dinner there last night. I had a few nibbles of my salad, no dressing, 1 lb of crab legs (I used 1/2 serving of cocktail sauce instead of butter), and broccoli for 298 calories and it couldn't have been too many carbs!
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Those seaweed snacks are just seasoned sushi nori. If you like sushi rolls, you may like it.

There are a number of brands and I have packs that are 30 cal, probably more oil....or an error. I got them closeout.
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@ Dawn: Red Lobster?? Who would've thought we could ever eat there on a DD?? Thanks for sharing creative ways to eat on a DD!
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