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Old 05-14-2012, 12:39 PM   #121
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Ingredients:
2 bags rinsed Miracle Rice
1/2 cup Ragu Double Cheese sauce
1 large egg
6tbsp grated parmesan cheese
3tbsp "I can't believe it's not butter" (yeah yeah I know, i haven't used this stuff in 3 years, but I'm trying to reduce calories for a bit)
2tsp yellow mustard
2tsp franks hot sauce
1tsp garlic powder
1tsp salt
1tsp pepper

Put the rinsed rice in a dry hot pan and let the liquid cook out. Add garlic powder to rice and mix well. While the rice is drying out, in a bowl mix cheese sauce, mustard, hot sauce, egg, salt & pepper, and half the parmesan cheese. I used a small loaf pan to bake it in. Add half the rice in the baking dish, then half the cheese, then the rest of the rice and rest of the cheese. Mix everything very well. Add the "i can't believe it's not butter" in dabs across the top, and cover with the remaining parmesan cheese. Bake @350* for about 20 minutes.

Makes 4 pretty good size servings@
136 calories/11.76g fat/2.74g carbs/.2g fiber/2.55g net carbs

Or if you are hungry and want to use it as a main dish, you could get 2 huge servings@
272 calories/23.52g fat/5.48g carbs/.4g fiber/5.1g net carbs

This was an experiment, so I think I could leave out the egg and "I can't believe it's not butter" and it would come out the same. Reducing the calories to 84 per 4 servings and the carbs to 2.65g.
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Old 05-14-2012, 06:37 PM   #122
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Sounds rich but good!
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Old 05-15-2012, 08:10 AM   #123
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Isn't mac n cheese supposed to be rich? It's really not as rich as you would think. It's cheesy, but the Ragu cheese sauce isn't that stout.
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This Custard recipe came out to 80calories a pc.

On up days I eat it with whipped Cream!

5 eggs
2 cups unsweetened almond milk ( i used vanilla)
1/2 tsp almond extract
12 drops ez-sweets (1/4 cup worth)
1 T truvia
2 T PolyD

bake at 350 for about an hr i a whter bath

less if you use custard cups

Great for a DD breakfast or dessert!
This looks and sounds GREAT....since i am a sugar junkie!!! BUT what is polyD and is there anything that can be found in a local supermarket to replace? I don't want to wait for an order from netrition! lol...I WANT dessert now!
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Old 05-17-2012, 10:43 AM   #125
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This looks and sounds GREAT....since i am a sugar junkie!!! BUT what is polyD and is there anything that can be found in a local supermarket to replace? I don't want to wait for an order from netrition! lol...I WANT dessert now!
You can forgo the PolyD if you want. It's does give it a sweeter, creamier texture, but if you don't have it, just let it go. There is no replacement, really.
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Old 05-17-2012, 10:48 AM   #126
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Google for store locations. Great taste, creamy, and only 25 calories a cup for the unsweetened. Original and Vanilla have 60 calories a cup.
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OK, I halved this recipe using Eggbeater in place of 2 1/2 eggs (3/4 cups), 1 cup almond milk (unsweetened vanilla) 7 drops ez-sweet, 1 T PolyD, 2 T truvia, 1 tsp vanilla.

It came out AMAZING!! I got 4 ramekins (normal sized) for 32 calories each!!

Thanks for the recipe!!
I tried this version of custard for dinner my last DD. Delicious! I had all 4 servings.

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Beeb thanks for showing the flax milk that is definitely a new one to me.
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Yes, that's gonna have to be something I pick up in Austin as the store locator doesn't show anywhere closer to buy it.

My dinner sure came out good last night. It was a down day and this is what I fixed myself. Hubby was having a leftover freezer casserole as he's not big into fish. This was very filling and kept me feeling full until bedtime. I skip breakfast and lunch on down days so I can have a really nice dinner like this. I call it Broiled Italian Tilapia and Shrimp:

Ya have to cut the butter to 1T. (for basting seafood) and use ICBINB spray to saute the veggies to keep the calories to 326, but it's worth every calorie I think. I'll post the recipe over on the DD recipe thread if you want to check it out.
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Yes, that's gonna have to be something I pick up in Austin as the store locator doesn't show anywhere closer to buy it.

My dinner sure came out good last night. I'll post the recipe over on the DD recipe thread if you want to check it out.
looks wonderful and worth every calorie - off to grab that recipe - thanks!
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This thread needs more pictures!

Here's my peachy pancakes... that I already started eating...



I made 2 small pancakes from 1 Tbs coconut flour (31 cal), 3 Tbs egg whites (25 cal), 1 Tbs applesauce (6 cal), 1 pk sweet n low, sprinkle of cinnamon. The peach topping was about 1/3 of a peach (13 cal) nuked in the microwave in some water and sweet n low, then thickened with gluc powder. I topped it with some real homemade whipped cream (50 cal) and a sprinkling of cinnamon, though you could save some calories here by using cool whip.

Total: 125 calories

And this was actually a lot of topping for the pancakes... might consider doubling the pancake recipe and use the same amount of peach and cream for a larger portion with a total of 200 calories.
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Old 06-04-2012, 06:13 AM   #133
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Here's my peachy pancakes... that I already started eating...



I made 2 small pancakes from 1 Tbs coconut flour (31 cal), 3 Tbs egg whites (25 cal), 1 Tbs applesauce (6 cal), 1 pk sweet n low, sprinkle of cinnamon. The peach topping was about 1/3 of a peach (13 cal) nuked in the microwave in some water and sweet n low, then thickened with gluc powder. I topped it with some real homemade whipped cream (50 cal) and a sprinkling of cinnamon, though you could save some calories here by using cool whip.

Total: 125 calories

And this was actually a lot of topping for the pancakes... might consider doubling the pancake recipe and use the same amount of peach and cream for a larger portion with a total of 200 calories.
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A variation of Linda Sue's Chicken Sausage Casserole with miracle rice.
134 calories, 3.16g carbs.

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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!
We have 6 cats... I won't get any... but this sound really good!

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Sorry that one is sideways. I thought the dinner was pretty good! (Probably should have taken a picture of that!)
It would be a good item to have in the freezer for "i need something NOW" occasions! Pretty Low Carb too, which I like!

Sophiethecat- I look forward to MORE pictures!!!
I had this on my DD 2 days ago. I may have it again tonight, but with some miracle noodles/ rice added in.
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5oz Grilled tilapia fillet w/mrs. dash Fiesta Lime seasoning, miracle rice "pasta" salad (MR, walden farms honey mustard mayo, .5oz onion)

Huge lunch for 142calories, 1.43g carbs.
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Raspberry Smoothie

This was good as written, but lowering berries you can lower cals and have this on a DD as well as UD:

Today’s smoothie took the place of breakfast and easily got me to lunch without any intervening mid-morning hunger pangs. These would also be very refreshing on a hot summer afternoon. This recipe isn’t suitable until Ongoing Weight Loss (OWL) berries and nuts level.

INGREDIENTS:

1 c. unsweetened frozen raspberries (I buy Great Value brand at Walmart)
1 pkt. stevia
4 drops liquid Splenda
7 ice cubes
1˝ c. cold water
3/4 tsp. glucomannan powder

DIRECTIONS: Add all ingredients to a blender and blend a couple minutes until nice and smooth. Pour into a serving glass and ENJOY!

VARIATIONS: You can add 1-2 T. protein powder on UP days, or a splash of cream, but those variations are not calculated in the stats below. Of course, other berries can be used as well. When you get to the higher fruits level, you can make these with watermelon or peaches as well. My next ones will be with blueberries or blackberries.

NUTRITIONAL INFO: Makes 1 very large serving which contains:

70 calories
1.6 g fat
32 g carbs, 18.4 g fiber, 13.6 g NET CARBS (using fewer raspberries will lower carbs)
3 g protein
13 mg sodium
343 mg potassium
61% RDA Vitamin C, 14% E, 26% copper, 22% iron, 18% magnesium, 93% manganese, 11% niacin, 10% phosphorous, 13% zinc
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Thai Miracle Noodles

This was unbelievably good and met my Thai craving on a DD! I was going to add shredded cabbage and a few red peppers slices for color, but I was too hungry to do all the prep, so I kept it simple this time.

Miracle Noodles--prepared as bag suggested
Walden Farms Asian Dressing (not sure how much I used, but it is calorie free)
1 T. natural Peanut Butter 100
2 t. chopped peanuts 70
2 t. soy sauce 7
1/2 T. Chili Sauce 20
lots of cilantro
197 Calories
I literally just threw everything but the chili sauce and cilantro into a pan and cooked it until hot, then topped with the chili sauce and cilantro. I'm telling you this was amazing! I may make it a DD staple.
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That sounds delicious! Bet some chopped green onion would be good in that, too!
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Thanks lemonmama, I love thai noodles and this makes me look forward to my next DD. Think I have some cashew nut butter in the cupboard, yum

Hi buttoni, just realized I've been onto your recipes site before for the hummus. Thanks for great recipes.
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New discovery... Mrs. Paul's Parchment Bakes - original grilled tilapia. (I already had a bite... hehe... bad habit - I love my food and can't wait to eat it!)



Tastes so good with such easy prep - just stick the parchment bag on a tray in the oven - then cut it open and slide it out onto the plate - (no, you can't cook it in the microwave, but the mess stays in the bag, so no cooking clean up!) This already-seasoned tilapia is just 80 calories, including the sauce it comes with!

I ate it with mashed up cauliflower, sprayed with I Can't Believe It's Not Butter, and melted half a slice of American cheese on it - about 50-60 calories. So the total meal was only about 130-140 calories!

You can do an online search for BOGO coupons for this product, btw... I found some just yesterday. (Great for the Publix sale this week - BOGO there, so with the coupon two boxes are completely free here in the Florida Publix stores!)
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That looks great! Unfortunately, I checked their product locator on their website and I can't get it anywhere in my area.
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Try searching for Van de Kamp's parchment bakes if you can't find Mrs Paul's - looks like same product, related company - just the name they go by regionally, I suppose.
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I just looked and they DO have them at Target and Von's in my area, under Van de Kamp's. Thank you! Have to pick these up.
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I just looked and they DO have them at Target and Von's in my area, under Van de Kamp's. Thank you! Have to pick these up.
Dawn - I read the ingredient label and it has soy listed three times. on the classic grilled tilapia one. Just a heads up.
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Ugh! Thanks Adi. I just checked all the flavor's and it looks like only the original has soy, but the other 3 flavors appear to be soy-free. I will absolutely verify when I get to the store though. I swear there's soy in almost EVERYTHING!

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Hmm why do they call them parchment bakes? What does parchment do wax it???
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