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Old 08-10-2012, 05:53 PM   #181
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OMG, now THAT's a great idea!

They sell Walden stuff locally at my grocery store, can you believe it? (we never have LC stuff in the stores here, only specialty...)

I'm going to check that out-- I went to netrition.com and saw there's no maltitol in the walden farms stuff, so it won't make me sick!
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She recommended adding to things for volume and for that it's great! I add a healthy spoonful to about 40 calories of FF/plain greek yogurt with Mio drops/ capella drops/ cinnamon- and yum, plus filling!

And the Walden Farms Chipolte Mayo is good- considering it's got 0 calories!

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Old 08-13-2012, 11:25 AM   #182
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I'm trying hard to like this- but it's not working for me. I have been using the Walden Farms Marshmellow dip as volume with my plain FF greek yogurt and love it.
Woo Hoo!!! A reason to go buy that stuff!! I've seen it at one of our local stores , and have fondled the jar incessantly wondering what I could use it for. Will have to try this in my yocheese pudding.
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Old 08-27-2012, 10:09 AM   #183
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Some of you may know this, but thought I'd share the info just in case. I've been wanting to try the Quest bars but didn't want to pay for the ice pack!! We went to The Vitamin Shoppe this weekend and I happen to see that they had several flavors. I did a quick search on my iPhone at Netrition to make sure they were the same thing and they were.
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1/2 c. Lowfat Yogurt (sprinkle with frozen blueberries, or with cinnamon, or nutmeg for variety)
Large Hard Boiled Egg
1 Orange, peeled and divided into segments
28 Grapes
29 pistachios
1 3/4 cups raspberries
1 c. Blueberries
1 c. Mango Chunks
1 3/4 c. Cantaloupe Chunks
1 3/4 c. Popcorn
6 Dried Apricots
3 small slices Dried Mango
1 1/4 c. Blackberries
2 Medium Kiwi's Sliced
15 strawberries dipped in 1/4 c. Cool whip (lite) (you can make your own)
60 Pepperidge Farm Baby Goldfish Crackers
25 EatSmart Café Fries
1 Small Baked Potato w/ 1/2 c. Salsa & 2 Tbls Fat Free Sour Cream
12 Back to Nature Sesame Ginger Rice Thins
12 Quaker Quakes Cheddar Cheese Rice Snacks
40 Rold Gold Classic Style Pretzel Sticks
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½ cup low-fat cottage cheese with 5 strawberries
3/4 c. Fruit Cocktail in light syrup
3/4 c. Bran Cereal
½ mini bagel with 1 ounce smoked salmon
45 steamed edamame (green soybeans)
12-15 natural almonds
2 tablespoons each of mashed avocado and chopped tomatoes stuffed in 1⁄2 mini pita
1 hard-boiled egg with 1 slice Melba toast
1/2 cup of sugar-free gelatin, any flavor, and two tablespoons of low fat whipped topping.
15 chocolate-covered raisins
10 dry roasted cashews
1/4 cup of fat-free Ranch dressing to 1 cup of mixed fresh veggies such as zucchini, red bell pepper, celery, carrot sticks and cherry tomatoes
1/2 cup of applesauce and 1 piece of toast cut into four sticks (for dunking, of course!)
6 saltine crackers or 2 graham cracker squares with 2 teaspoons of peanut butter or fruit jam.(One of my favorite snacks as a kid- saltines & grape Jelly... mmmmmmmmmm!)
1/2 cup of fat-free ice cream
Easy Parfait- 1/2 cup of low-fat pudding layered with two crumbled vanilla wafers and a dollop of low fat whipped topping to garnish the top.
1 Medium apple cut into slices and spread with 2 teaspoons of peanut butter
a 2" slice of Angel Food Cake
12 small Pretzel Twists
1/2 c. Unsweetened Applesauce
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The credit goes to Ouizoid! I almost threw mine out, because alone...
btw Carly- I found that a bit, tucked into the hole in the top of raspberries, is perfect
I just squish it in there with a spoon, and pop the whole deal into my mouth-- adds some sweetness and vanilla flavor, just the right amount.
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Old 08-29-2012, 03:30 PM   #186
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I started adding it to DD smoothies. Gives it a bit of "body".
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I think it's the cellulose and other thickeners-- meaning, you could get the same effect with glucomannan, or guar, etc, and skip the expense of using a pre-made product for that purpose. Just a thought
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Old 08-30-2012, 03:12 PM   #188
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I add a little/tiny bit of gluc powder, but it doesn't really add volume. I put 1 tbsp of the marshmellow in the shake cause too much gluc has a bad effect on my digestive system... the walden farms marshmellow seems kinder to my stomach and tastes good with the pumpkin
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Magic pops! my new favorite obsession. 15 cals. Tons of crunch value in yummy flavors and you can layer things on them or scoop things as desired. Sometimes I just eat them plain if I need to crunch. At 15 cals - no harm done.
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Magic pops! my new favorite obsession. 15 cals. Tons of crunch value in yummy flavors and you can layer things on them or scoop things as desired. Sometimes I just eat them plain if I need to crunch. At 15 cals - no harm done.
Where do you find those?
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Magic pops! my new favorite obsession. 15 cals. Tons of crunch value in yummy flavors and you can layer things on them or scoop things as desired. Sometimes I just eat them plain if I need to crunch. At 15 cals - no harm done.
What brand are they?
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Kim's magic pops. Google it and you will find it available for sale online. I can't put the link here but you will find their website with links to buy online. I bought an assorted case. Every flavor so far has been a winner. I look forward to these on DDs and even UDs.
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Kim's magic pops. Google it and you will find it available for sale online. I can't put the link here but you will find their website with links to buy online. I bought an assorted case. Every flavor so far has been a winner. I look forward to these on DDs and even UDs.
I bought them online and was annoyed that I had to buy so many and at the price. Then I tried them and they are worth every penny.
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I bought them and I like them with laughing cow and turkey pepperoni.
I like the low carb tortilla wraps. I think joe's and they have 5 net carbs and 70 calories.
I also like to carb control Dannon yogurt.
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Subscribing! What a wonderful thread. I'm so glad that today is an up day, because reading through all of these DD food ideas is making me starving. DD day staples for me:

Boiled eggs (70ea)w/ lowfat mayo (15), mustard & salt n pepper (my fav breakfast, lasts a long time)
Tyson Grilled and ready chicken breast fillets (110 cals ea)
cabbage/spinach/romaine/baby greens for mega salads
Walden Farms Dressings (my favs: Creamy Bacon Ranch, Sweet Onion)
Salsa (mixes well with Walden dressings for southwestern salads)
shiritaki noodles
Hot tea/Iced tea
diet soda

I usually have a big chicken salad for dinner. It helps me to eat "boring" on DD's.

Glucomannan puddings. GLuc is a great filler on DD's and hits the spot when I need something more but my calories are almost gone. I've used it to thicken broths like beef or chicken for 10-15 calories a cup and it's very satisfying. My new current fav is:

Lemon Breeze (my recipe)
1 cup Unsweetened vanilla almond millk (40) (I like almond Breeze)
1 packet of singles Lemonade Flavor drink powder (0)
1/2 tsp gluc powder (negligible)

I use a blender to whip until frothy then refridgerate until it's nice and cold and sets up. It tastes like lemon meringue pie with the meringue blended in the pudding. You can also reduce the almond milk to half with half water for around 20 calories. If you don't have Gluc powder this would still be a tasty smoothie if blended with ice, and can be made more substantial with PP, yogurt, cottage cheese, etc.

I look forward to checking in here for fabulous food ideas.

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Old 09-21-2012, 01:39 AM   #196
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Thank you all! I love all these ideas.

My DD staples the past 2+ weeks:
Miso soup - Even crave this on UD. Our little ones (2,6 and 8 years old) loves it too and cannot get enough. I never have more than a spoon or two when they are around.

Stirfry - shredded cabbage, mushrooms and chicken breast, chilli and garlic

Salad - baby spinach, onion, tomato, tinned tuna mixed with lemon juice and 2 tablespoons of fat free greek joghurt, tobasco sauce, pepper

Cucumber salad- vinegar, sweetener, salt and pepper

Strawberries In season and local. sweetest in the world



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Oh my gosh fitmom, my staples are sooo similar!

I have a sugar-free energy drink for breakfast every DD. Lunch is miso soup and strawberries, and dinner either salad, stirfried vegies, baked potato with a little lc tomato sauce and mustard or some tuna on toast. Here or there a 100 cal choc protein shake also. I need somethin differant for lunch today, thats why I am reading...
what to have, what to have..........
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The Walden Farms 0 calorie Bacon Ranch and Seasame Ginger salad dressings are not bad. For 0 calories they are actually fairly great. Last night I had the whole bag of Dole Butter Bliss lettus (30 cal.) split in half. One half bag with the Bacon Ranch and the other half with the Seasame Ginger. I used the Bacon Ranch as dip with my celery- so-so, since it's a little thin for dip, hey- 0 calories!
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I love the WF asian dressing--and a drop or two of Siracha makes it GREAT!
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May come back to JUDDD - but keep it LC this time. Thanks for this tread... I couldn't think of things to eat on my DD!
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Liquid egg whites
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Salad fixin's and fat free dressings
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Lean cuisines or lean pockets (But rarely worth the cals when I can make something with half the cals and twice the volume.
Pickles or cucumbers with turkey are great
sandwiches with Low cal bread (natures own) are filling and mine usually run about 150 cals, lows of lettuce, turkey, sliced tomato, onion, and mustard.

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Sliced pickled beets. I really feel like I'm eating something, and I have maybe 6 pieces at a time.
they were "forbidden" on LC, so it's one of those things I'm happy to have back

Olives stuffed with garlic cloves-- my grocery store carries a good one (their own brand, not mushy).

sauerkraut-- similar to the shredded cabbage stirfry, but, um, more fermented Honestly, I just eat it cold (jarred kind, I haven't tried canned), but warm with fat free chicken sausage and mustard is an option too.

I get very low fat/cal chicken/turkey sausage (pre-cooked) from costco-- I can have 2, chopped up for dinner with either veggie stirfry, or shirataki noodles, tomato sauce, chopped other veggies like peppers... makes a HUGE filling bowl.
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Sliced pickled beets. I really feel like I'm eating something, and I have maybe 6 pieces at a time.
they were "forbidden" on LC, so it's one of those things I'm happy to have back

Olives stuffed with garlic cloves-- my grocery store carries a good one (their own brand, not mushy).

sauerkraut-- similar to the shredded cabbage stirfry, but, um, more fermented Honestly, I just eat it cold (jarred kind, I haven't tried canned), but warm with fat free chicken sausage and mustard is an option too.

I get very low fat/cal chicken/turkey sausage (pre-cooked) from costco-- I can have 2, chopped up for dinner with either veggie stirfry, or shirataki noodles, tomato sauce, chopped other veggies like peppers... makes a HUGE filling bowl.
Have you tried German (or Scandinavian, with a name like Soren) red cabbage? I'm thinking it would be a good "in-between" for your sauerkraut and pickled beets. I love it! It's a little softer than sauerkraut, red (duh!), and a little bit sweet.

ETA: It comes in a jar, in the canned vegetable section of my store.
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Ooh, good idea! DH will just looooove me for bringing another jar of "condiments" into the house, but I don't care!
I'll see if I can find the red cabbage... and we have a european grocery that I can try if my regular one doesn't have it!
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Kikkoman instant tofu miso soup.
The whole delicious cupful is only 35 calories.
1 g fat, 3 g carbs, 3 g protein.
There are several varieties. I'm gonna try them all.
Way better than broth!
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Carly, if you've not tried before, add a bit of hot sauce (sriacha, or franks...) to the miso. Adds a new dimension that's tasty!

There you go-- 2 more DD additions. Keep hot sauce in the house Franks, but also Chinese garlic chili paste, and sriacha (which is more liquidy).
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Kikkoman instant tofu miso soup.
The whole delicious cupful is only 35 calories.
1 g fat, 3 g carbs, 3 g protein.
There are several varieties. I'm gonna try them all.
Way better than broth!
Goodness gracious, I miss Miso!
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Ooh, good idea! DH will just looooove me for bringing another jar of "condiments" into the house, but I don't care!
I'll see if I can find the red cabbage... and we have a european grocery that I can try if my regular one doesn't have it!
LOL! You too? My DH looks in the fridge and says there's nothing to eat but plenty of stuff to put on it if we had something to eat!

Campbells has a new light soup, Southwestern Vegetable, has 100 calories for the whole can! Yum!

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LOL! You too? My DH looks in the fridge and says there's nothing to eat but plenty of stuff to put on it if we had something to eat!
LOL yep-- OMG, it got worse this year too-- I have 2 kinds of relish (pickle and corn), 3 or 4 kinds of onion jam (with garlic, with BACON, with balsamic...), 2 kinds of olives (garlic stuffed, almond stuffed), sauerkraut (white), SF ketchup, about 12 mustards, 6 salad dressings... A jar of bacon grease...

sigh. I think I threw out a 3yr old bottle of steak sauce last night. My NYE resolution will be to clean out/use all these by next June.
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I think I picked up some sort of condiment bug after reading your first post yesterday morning. I went to the local Sprouts for veggies and picked up a jar of WF's Tomato and Basil sauce and a jar of WF's Chipotle Mayo! Both are zero calories and not too bad. I had the sauce on my shiritaki noodles. The taste was good but the color was really bright. LOL! Almost fluorescent. The mayo was not too bad and will make a nice veggie dip. Anything palatable that saves some calories on a DD is okay with me!
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