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Old 06-29-2012, 02:58 PM   #31
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I saw Hungry Girl posted something about Blue Diamond Baked Nut Chips that I want to find SOON.

Baby Spinach (2 cups= 9 Cals)
Sugar Snap Peas (2/3 cup is only 41 Cals)<---MAJORLY obsessed with these
Hebrew National 97% Fat Free Hot Dog (45 cals)
Diet Swiss Miss Hot Cocoa - (25 calories)
Unsweetened Applesauce (1/2 cup is 50 cals)
SF Chai Tea Latte (Oregon Chai) just add milk/cream (0 cals) before adding what you like to it
SF Caramel Pudding Cup (60 cals)
Fiber One Bars (90 cal)

Thanks for all the ideas, I'm coming from LC so I needed these.
I eat those sometimes. They are about 10 cals per cracker (I think, I'm put right now). I usually save them for UDs and eat them with sliced cheddar or dip them in tuna.

If you do buy them, take the inside foil-y pouch out and put it in a ziploc after you open them. They get stale super fast in the box once they are opened.

I like the single-serve bags of flavored rice cakes for a chip-like experience. They have ranch & cheddar and other flavors- about 60 cals per bag. I have hard time keeping my kid out of them.
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Old 06-29-2012, 03:24 PM   #32
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Has anyone seen the 35 calorie full size bread they have at some Walmarts? I saw it when visting my parents and now can't find it here in the HOME of walmart Just wondered if anyone else had it at their store?
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I think I have seen it before. If it is the one I am thinking of, I bought it for my son when he was trying to drop some lbs and it was the lowest carb (as well as low cal). Sara Lee I think???

I found it in a SuperWM and some other regular grocery stores.
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Ooooooooooh so many great ideas! Thank you all!! You just made my DD's a lot easier!!
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I could def try that 35 cal bread on DD esp w/ some tuna salad on it!!! Will look for it!

Gina - The nut crackers sound delish esp w/ the tuna or cheddar! I just bought a bag of the cracked black pepper & sea salt rice cake snack size today. I think mine are more calories but good for an UD snack I guess. I'll look for the lower calorie ones!
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I'm making mine now, so I need to read through this thread or ideas.
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Old 07-02-2012, 10:33 AM   #37
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Love all the great ideas!!
When I'm keeping it simple I like

Zuchinni/Yellow Squash
mushrooms
shrimp
LC cheese
WW cheese
Strawberries
raspberries
Diet Snapple!!!!
Chicken bouillon

just a few quick go to's
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[QUOTE=piratejenny;15758910]Absolutely must have:

Zucchini
Better Than Bouillon (chicken)
Light cream
Eggs (use the whites, save the yolks for UDs)

I bought the beef and chicken Better than Bouillon. Just tried the chicken- Delish!!!!
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Re bread, which is one of the main reasons I switched from LC:
Here in NE at Stop & Shop I get Country Kitchen bread-nice sized slices-35 calories. A bit pricy but good is WW rye bread-45 cals/slice-nice sized.

Kavli crispbread-17 cals for a THIN slice. I love the Stew Leonard's rice cakes. They have a buttery taste and are freshly "popped" at the store. 16 cals I think but they dissolve to nothing. Good on an UD with butter

I just got some shrataki for the first time and liked it, although I am not a big pasta eater. Rinsed it very well in warm water, then boiled it in chix broth mixed with soy, then let it sit in the reduced mixture. Added it to a stir fry. It seemed to absorb the flavor. The texture was fine and it just tasted of the marinade. I would get it again
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I bought the beef and chicken Better than Bouillon. Just tried the chicken- Delish!!!!
I KNOW, IT'S SO GOOD, RIGHT?!!!
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Yes, PJ- Much better! It actually tasted homemade! And I'm not as cold now. I'm jealous that so many people don't get the DD shivers anymore.
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Oooh, great idea, the broth for the DD shivers. I stopped the broth when the weather turned warmer. But I do get cold at work, so broth might be the answer! I would drink coffee all day but it makes me too
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If you can spare the calories, put a little cream or half&half in your broth sometimes!!!
Sometimes I do that instead of having coffee & cream.
It gives it a whole other flavor...so good...mmmmmm....lol!
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Jenny, I have done that, it is yummy. Sometimes I add some shredded zucchini to it and cracked pepper.
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I have been taking the Campbell's Creamy Chicken Soup at Hand to work for lunch...hot, filling and 150 calories. The chicken and stars only has 70 calories, but not my favorite.
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The Progresso Light soups are quite good and filling, the varieties are ~140-160 cals for the whole can, I use a can for two meals at work.
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Just got back from Sunflower Market. Found TONS of Walden Farms zero calorie dressings, bbq sauce, chocolate and caramel sauces, etc. Girls, please comment on these before I buy them. I did but the chipotle ranch dressing for veggie dipping. Will let you know how it is. Thanks all!!
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Very helpful thread!! Thanks for the great tips!
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If you can spare the calories, put a little cream or half&half in your broth sometimes!!!
Sometimes I do that instead of having coffee & cream.
It gives it a whole other flavor...so good...mmmmmm....lol!
How could I forget about one of my main staple DD lunches during the winter months?! When I'm at work, I'll usually have a 1/2 cube of vegetarian vegetable boullion in about 12 oz of hot water with a tsp of half & half for a total of 25 calories. I like it because it warms me up and it takes me a long time to sip it out of my mug at work. The half & half is worth it for the creaminess factor.

Another DD lunch I'll do in the winter at work is a packet of diet Swiss Miss hot cocoa, made in a large mug with extra water, and I'll add a packet of Nescafe peppermint mocha flavored instant coffee to it. That's a tasty 30 calorie lunch.
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I have to brag on Kimberino's "Homemade Buttermilk Ranch" recipe! It is only 25 cal per tbsp and it is so yummy.
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Just got back from Sunflower Market. Found TONS of Walden Farms zero calorie dressings, bbq sauce, chocolate and caramel sauces, etc. Girls, please comment on these before I buy them. I did but the chipotle ranch dressing for veggie dipping. Will let you know how it is. Thanks all!!
Ooh, I hate them! There are a lot of threads on which are the best/worst...here are a couple:
Walden Farms... good/bad/ehhh?
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I have to brag on Kimberino's "Homemade Buttermilk Ranch" recipe! It is only 25 cal per tbsp and it is so yummy.
Would you share the recipe? I couldn't find it online.
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I just came back from doing primarily DD grocery shopping and picked up some 97% fat-free Hebrew National Hotdogs: 1 hotdog= 40 calories.
I'll report tomorrow when I have TWO for DD dinner with
saurkrout: 2tbsp= 5 calories and some pickles= 5 calories a piece.
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jenny, I am going to check those threads out--thanks!!
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I bought the Walden farms marshmallow dip... Disgusting!
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0 calories... Really, what was I expecting to get a 5 star dessert!?!
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Made a walk=through of the commissary today looking for low calorie stuff. It's a new world to me as I've been low carbing for so long, I just naturally look at the carbs, not calories. Looking for items mentioned in this thread, I found a couple of "finds" at least I think I did...until I just looked at the Nutrition label...A Swiss Miss chocolate for the Keurig...at 70 calories. Wow! I thought I was looking more closely than that, now I'll have to go back and check the rest of my buys...oh well, live and learn. At least I got the SF Hersey's syrup at 10 cals per serving
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Would you share the recipe? I couldn't find it online.
I have to say that there are only 3 things I must never run out of and it is this dressing, Wingtime Med Buffalo Wing Sauce, & Jardine's Cilantro Lime Salsa
Thank you Kimberino!!!

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1 clove garlic, very finely minced
1/2 Tsp salt
1 C Hellmans Light Mayo
1/3 C Buttermilk****
2 Tbsp fresh parsley, minced very fine
2 Tbsp fresh chives, minced very fine
1 tsp white wine vinegar (I tried another kind of vinegar, but didn't work as well as white wine vinegar).
Fresh ground pepper to taste.

Mix all the ingredients thoroughly with a whisk to make a creamy dressing.

**** I add a little extra buttermilk. I think that only using 1/3 cup makes the dressing too thick.


**my MIL made this for me the other day and it is wonderful - I'll even use it on my UDs. Yield is about 1 1/2 cups, and the best I can figure is it falls between 25-30 cals per Tbsp.
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Carly--the marshmallow dip IS disgusting on its own, however you can add things that make it better. I add a TBS or two of cinnamon and stir and stir. I also never eat the dip alone but add it to things for volume. add a Tbs of cinnamony WF dip to cottage cheese and yogurt and strawberries. More volume for no extra calories. I also mix the Cin. WF dip with FF cream cheese to make a nice spread for bran-a-crisp crackers. You have to view it as a carrier rather than a solo food.
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I have to say that there are only 3 things I must never run out of and it is this dressing, Wingtime Med Buffalo Wing Sauce, & Jardine's Cilantro Lime Salsa
Thank you Kimberino!!!

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1 clove garlic, very finely minced
1/2 Tsp salt
1 C Hellmans Light Mayo
1/3 C Buttermilk****
2 Tbsp fresh parsley, minced very fine
2 Tbsp fresh chives, minced very fine
1 tsp white wine vinegar (I tried another kind of vinegar, but didn't work as well as white wine vinegar).
Fresh ground pepper to taste.

Mix all the ingredients thoroughly with a whisk to make a creamy dressing.

**** I add a little extra buttermilk. I think that only using 1/3 cup makes the dressing too thick.


**my MIL made this for me the other day and it is wonderful - I'll even use it on my UDs. Yield is about 1 1/2 cups, and the best I can figure is it falls between 25-30 cals per Tbsp.
Thank you so much!! This is perfect!!
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