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Old 05-25-2012, 12:18 PM   #31
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Old 05-25-2012, 12:40 PM   #32
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They are yummy and for 8 cals a piece you can have about 21 of them for one meal and be sitting at 170 cals tops!!! Believe me, I don't have that many, but it is indeed a possibility!

Be sure to use the turkey pepperoni! It does make a difference. I love the turkey and think it tastes better anyway!
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Wow, lots more great suggestions; thanks guys!

Beeb, I'm not really worried about sticking strictly to the 330, but I figured having lots of easy choices would make it more likely to happen.

Those cauliflower pizza bites look so awesome and are so low cal that I might make an exception for them.
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I dunno grating cauliflower sounds like a lot of work to me but they do look good.
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I dunno grating cauliflower sounds like a lot of work to me but they do look good.
Oh, I don't grate mine! Just throw the steamed cauliflower, cottage cheese, parmesan and egg in blender! Voila! It is ready for the muffin tins. I don't do manual labor.
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this thread!! Thank you all for the great idea. This is just what I needed.
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Zipp2Play's tossed salad dressing from page one of this thread has become a favorite of mine. For me, the tastiest combo seems to be equal parts light sour cream, salsa and finely grated cheese, with 1.5 to 2 parts mashed avocado (I couldn't find the Wholly Guacamole brand).

If I make just one serving for me and even if I use 1 tablespoon for each "part", the total calorie count is less than 200 and sodium is only 115 - check your brands' info. Hold the cheese out and sprinkle on right before you eat. If you don't go over on the cheese, the sodium stays low, which is helpful for a DD meal. Toss the salad very well - this is a thick dressing and can work for a BIG salad.
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I haven't tried the guac dressing, yet, but I did just finish making and trying the cauliflower pizza bites. I'm going to need to season them up a bit next time but they're pretty damn good!
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One of the easiest things is to wrap thin sliced turkey around a dill pickle spear and munch away. I have been having those for lunch these days at work.
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I just bought a big container of the LARGE thick dill pickles. They are 20 calories each and it's a lot of bulk/chewing for that 20 calories!
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I just bought a big container of the LARGE thick dill pickles. They are 20 calories each and it's a lot of bulk/chewing for that 20 calories!
Another great DD fav is Mezzetta deli slice hot & sweet jalapenos! They are great to add spice to a chicken breast or any protein! Makes me feel like I ate something very special.
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I made this and it is amazing! So good that I will have it UD too.

Crock pot buffalo chicken wraps. 147 cals per wrap! It isn't much work just throw your chicken in the crock pot and by lunch time it is ready! If you love lettuce wraps, try it!

Also, she has many, many low cal and low fat recipes. Great place to find some great DD finds.

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My New Favorite Meal

Two Slices Sara Lee (90 Cals) or on Split in two (45)
Two Slices of Turkey (Mine are 12 cals each so 24)
One Light Laughing Cow Wedge (35 Cal)
Lettuce (I dont measure, but you could weight it if you would like) I only use a slice so maybe less than 5 cals.

With one Slice this is 104 for a nice Sandwich!!!!

If I am only planning on eating two meals instead of three I use the two full slice recipe for a total of 149 cal.

This way I still have enough for another 150 calorie and a 50 calorie snack.
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I try to keep my protein up on DD's, so 2 pouches of tuna in water (160 cals) + 2T miracle whip light (40 cals) + mustard (I don't count it) makes a pretty satisfying 200 calorie meal. Put it in lettuce leaves for very few cals, or add diced pickle, celery, green onion, etc for a heartier tuna salad
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1/2 cup 4% milkfat Cottage Cheese .....holds me over for HOURS!
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Same here, Pia.
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Baked Potato Soup on a DD????

With this one you can! It has cauliflower & fat free chicken broth and one cup is 207 calories! I am seriously going to try and will let you know how it tastes!





skinnytaste baked potato soup.
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Just made a great stir fry inspired by all the recipes here. One 40 cal frozen broccoli in cheese sauce thawed in the microwave tossed with shirataki noodles, 4 oz of raw chicken breast that I sauteed with some pepper slices and onions. When I do it again I might add mushrooms and some additional seasoning as it was a bit bland but the possibilities are there for a great, quick, filling dish.
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I use shirataki quite often and love stir fry!!! It doesn't take much protein mixed in with noodles and lots of veggies to make me happy as can be.
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Kristin, thank you!

Do you guys have any brand suggestions for broth? I got some Swanson's beef broth and had a cup yesterday. I was able to drink it, but frankly, it was pretty icky. I'll try the chicken tomorrow to see if I like it better, but I'm willing to try other brands if you guys have found ones you love.
Trader Joe's organic chicken broth is yummy, and only 5 cals per cup. Add 1 TBSP half and half and fresh ground pepper = 25 calories. Pretty satisfying too.

BTW: Bumblebee tuna is the only kind we will buy if you are still looking for a fave brand.
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Those bagged salad leaves are a godsend. Just empty one into a large bowl and pop some (3 oz) baked salmon on top. The juices will wilt and oil the salad. Or if you don't want to cook - use tuna in olive oil or sardines from a tin.

Prawn stir fry. Again - you can get bags of stir fry veg. Add a shake of fish sauce and some ready chopped canned jalape˝os for bags of flavour with low calories.

Both come in at just over 120 calories and give you a proper nutritious and filling meal.
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This has been a really great thread even though I usually cook. When I dont wanna I nuke some turkey pepperonis and dip it in laughing cow yummy!
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Oh oh forgot Sunday I made those cauliflower bites and they were delicious but they stuck to my teflon coated pam sprayed muffin pan terribly. Next time will use a square pan with parchment I think
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this thread!!

Some staples of mine:

- 100 cal almond packs for my purse (for when I am out and start to get hangry...hungry + angry, ha ha)

- string cheese (60)

- shrimp dumplings in soup (from an Asian market near my house - 165 calories for eight pieces, so good)

- vanilla protein powder in chocolate almond milk (85), not really a meal but it really takes the edge off for me

- chicken tournedos (bacon wrapped chicken) - I bought a box of 12 of these at 190 calories each, makes a filling supper with grilled veggies

- SOUPS! Soup of all kinds...often lentil or veggie will be about 80 calories a cup.
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Baked Potato Soup on a DD????

With this one you can! It has cauliflower & fat free chicken broth and one cup is 207 calories! I am seriously going to try and will let you know how it tastes!





skinnytaste baked potato soup.
You know, I completely forgot, I often have mashed cauli on a DD! It is warm and filling!
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Frozen ready to eat shrimp. 6 oz is 160 calories with a little lemon juice I am good.
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Oh oh forgot Sunday I made those cauliflower bites and they were delicious but they stuck to my teflon coated pam sprayed muffin pan terribly. Next time will use a square pan with parchment I think
I forgot to tell you about this! I used cupcake liners, but I agree they do stick awfully bad! I used a touch of wing sauce on each one and it helped to spice it up nicely.

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You know, I completely forgot, I often have mashed cauli on a DD! It is warm and filling!
zipp, If you just use cauli, it will be much less than 207 calories, because her recipe also had 2 potatoes mixed in... I am thinking about 100 calories, which is even better.

Skinnytaste Bake Potato Soup

2 russet potatoes, washed and dried
1 small head of cauliflower, stem removed cut into florets
1 1/2 cups fat free chicken broth
1 1/2 cups 1% reduced-fat milk
salt and freshly cracked black pepper
1/2 cup light sour cream
10 tbsp reduced-fat shredded sharp cheddar cheese
6 tbsp chopped chives, divided
3 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled (you can use turkey bacon if you prefer)

Pierce potatoes with a fork; microwave on high for 5 minutes turn over and microwave another 3 - 5 minutes, until tender. Or if you prefer to use your oven, bake at 400░ for 1 hour or until tender. Cool. Peel potatoes.

Meanwhile, steam cauliflower with water in a large covered pot until tender. Drain and return to pot. On medium heat, add chicken broth, milk, potatoes and bring to a boil. Use an immersion blender to puree until smooth. Add sour cream, half the chives, salt and pepper and cook on low another 5-10 minutes, stirring occasionally.

Remove from heat. Ladle 1 cup soup into each bowl. Top each serving with 2 tbsp cheese, remaining chives, and bacon.
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Gorton's makes frozen tilapia. 80 cals per fishy square.

I have both for dinner. 160 cals, and the portions don't seem dinky.

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