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Old 02-29-2012, 11:10 AM   #31
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Dottie I love the idea of using the Dijon baked on the chicken and will try that soon! Great Pic!

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Old 02-29-2012, 12:53 PM   #32
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5oz boneless skinless chicken breast topped w/1T dijonnaise and 1tsp parmesan cheese, baked; 1 small zucchini "noodled" and tossed ew/3T pizza sauce; 2 cups romaine spritzed w/10 sprays Italian spray salad dressing
246 calories
(Pic is a full size dinner plate, too!)
That looks great!
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Old 02-29-2012, 12:55 PM   #33
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It was a medium zucchini but I only noodled about 2/3 of it, so I counted it as a small lol. The rest will go into a soup later!
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Old 03-01-2012, 12:17 PM   #34
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The last recipe with the peppers and tomato sauce I weighed out and came up with 95 calories. So pretty much right on! I made it for lunch today with a tweak. Added a couple T of water and a tsp of chicken bouillion and let it cook down with the peppers and sauce. Then added the noodles and some gluc powder to make it in to a sauce. SUPER delicious! Full for 100 calories!!
Might make it again today!!!

Oh yeah, a little less chili paste this time
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Old 03-02-2012, 10:55 AM   #35
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Pancakes

I am still going to work on this recipe. I think it could be lower in calories. I ate them today for an UD and even the BF agreed that next time I make them he will eat breakfast with me!! He's not a fan usually of low carb cooking!

Thank you everyone here for exposing me to new products that are both low cal and low carb! These pancakes are a treat!



Here is the recipe

1/3 cup Carbquik 90
2T Oat Fiber
1T Flax 30
1/4 tsp gluc powder
1/2 t B. Powder
1/2 t salt - give or take I eyeballed!
1T Psyllium

Wet ingredients
1 large egg- 71
3T egg whites 25
1/4 cup Sf syrup- I used DaVinci Dulce de Leche (smells like pancakes to me!)
1/2 cup almond/coconut milk 23

I get a total of around 240 and this made 6 smaller pancakes! Could have been thinned a little with water I think to make 6 decent sized ones.
3 pancakes 120 calories!!! perfect for a DD with some Walden Farms syrup!

I am looking for ways to cut the calories even more... maybe sub out some wheat bran for the flax and only use egg whites. Maybe cut out the almond milk for water. Or eat 4 on an UD for 160 calories and save 2 for a DD for 80 calories!

Either way these are SUPER filling!!

If I have made any mistakes counting the calories please let me know. Still pretty new to this!

By the way I get at most 4 carbs for the entire recipe! Very low carb friendly too!!!
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Old 03-03-2012, 01:49 PM   #36
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DD Salmon Casserole



This will be lunch and probably dinner today!!

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4oz Salmon (the kind in the packets) 140
1 can mushrooms 40
1 can green beans 70
1/4 cup (4T) cream of Chicken and Mushroom Soup 50

Mix the soup with the salmon and 1T of water, then add mushrooms and green beans. Microwave. Makes 2 portions- each with 150 Calories and 6 carbs
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This might gross some people out, but this is an idea of the weird food combos I like sometimes for snacking.

This is 2 Wasa lite crackers, some cream cheese, an ounce of colby-jack, some pickle, hot sauce, and a little fresh-ground black pepper. Approx. 215 calories. I couldn't wait, had to take a bite before I got a picture of it, lol. There's the blandness of the crackers, the cool creaminess of the cheeses, the sourness of the pickle, the heat from the sauce. I like.

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Other than the pickle, I'm right there with you. I'd probably throw some cucumber on so I'd have an unpickled pickle!
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Old 03-08-2012, 08:23 AM   #39
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Pretty good stuff! I like the Wasa Crackers with 1/2 a LC or WW cheese and 1 oz smoked whitefish! YUM! I usually end up having to share with my cats- but no one else wants any!
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Cucumber bites:
1 english cucumber sliced into 20 rounds (45 cals)
2 wedges laughing cow cheese, each split into 5 (70 cals)
2 slices butterball turkey bacon, cooked and each cut into 5 (50 cals)
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I often have a whole sliced cucumber and a wedge of laughing cow as a snack. Yours is much nicer looking than mine.
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Cucumber bites:
1 english cucumber sliced into 20 rounds (45 cals)
2 wedges laughing cow cheese, each split into 5 (70 cals)
2 slices butterball turkey bacon, cooked and each cut into 5 (50 cals)
Oooooo - this looks delicious!
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Old 03-12-2012, 01:59 PM   #43
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That's a great idea Dottie. I have re found my love for cucumbers!
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Cucumber, the only food I will not eat. I love pickles though.
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Another of my Wasa cracker concoctions. Each cracker was spread with Garden Vegetable Philadelphia Cream Cheese, a slice of thin deli ham, and of course, a dill pickle spear! Approx. 155 calories.

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Another of my Wasa cracker concoctions. Each cracker was spread with Garden Vegetable Philadelphia Cream Cheese, a slice of thin deli ham, and of course, a dill pickle spear! Approx. 155 calories.

This looks especially good!

I have a good supply of Wasa crackers in my pantry and they come in so handy for so many things, don't they?

Just tonight I felt a bit more hungry than usual, so had 2 of them spread w/L/C. Hit the spot!!

Oh, and I so love my pickles!!!!
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Cucumber bites:
1 english cucumber sliced into 20 rounds (45 cals)
2 wedges laughing cow cheese, each split into 5 (70 cals)
2 slices butterball turkey bacon, cooked and each cut into 5 (50 cals)
This will make Kissa
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Cucumber, the only food I will not eat. I love pickles though.
and there she goes...
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My husband is like that. The smell of cucumbers is a migraine trigger for him. But he loves pickles.

I love eating at the local pay-by-the-ounce salad and hot bar near my workplace because I can eat all the cucumbers I want and it's completely off my breath by the time I get home in the evening.
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Bump... lot's of newbies looking for food ideas!
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OMG, food porn, food porn!!! This is the answer to a newbie JUDDD member's prayer!! Had a DD today, had an Atkins shake, had some dry cereal in a sandwich bag (which wasn't bad, but not much substance), and plan to enjoy my hibachi stirfry tonight, but mark my words, I'm getting me some cabbage heads from the grocery store tonight!! (Already have the frozen shrimp in the freezer) - thanks so much JUDDD friends!!
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I like cucumbers but even the "burpless" bother my stomach.
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Me too Susan, but I love them! I'm having to stick with sliced zucchini.
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I seen this post yesterday and today when I went grocery shopping. I got shrimp and cabbage for the one dish and got cucumbers, cream cheese and bacon for the other. I am so happy I found this thread! New idea's are always great!

My daughter and I looked every where for laughin cow cheese or what ever it was called but our walmart just didnt have it! Well they may have but it seems everything was half sold out tonight!

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My daughter and I looked every where for laughin cow cheese or what ever it was called but our walmart just didnt have it! Well they may have but it seems everything was half sold out tonight!
The Walmart that I go to keeps the cheese in the deli area...it isn't with the other cheeses.

I found out today that you can go to Walmart's website and find out if they have a product and if it's out of stock. Even could request they let me know when it comes in.
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The Walmart that I go to keeps the cheese in the deli area...it isn't with the other cheeses.

I found out today that you can go to Walmart's website and find out if they have a product and if it's out of stock. Even could request they let me know when it comes in.
I never thought to look there!!! I know I was just a little ticked off shopping tonight, because most things the shelves were bare. I really hate that! It means I have to make another trip to get what wasnt there in the first place!
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I never thought to look there!!! I know I was just a little ticked off shopping tonight, because most things the shelves were bare. I really hate that! It means I have to make another trip to get what wasnt there in the first place!
I just looked at the Walmart website and found they do list the Laughing Cow Cheese and say that it's in stock. There are several different flavors so they should have something!
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The Walmart that I go to keeps the cheese in the deli area...it isn't with the other cheeses.

I found out today that you can go to Walmart's website and find out if they have a product and if it's out of stock. Even could request they let me know when it comes in.
I'm glad to know this too, Shirl. I've always looked for it in the dairy section or around the cream cheese and sandwich meats, and never found it. Just assumed Walmart didn't carry it.
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I just looked at the Walmart website and found they do list the Laughing Cow Cheese and say that it's in stock. There are several different flavors so they should have something!
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