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Old 07-04-2012, 07:29 AM   #31
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I make mine with very sweet cooked pudding
This recipe is per cup of almond milk. I generally make a triple batch. You can leave out the sugar and use erythritol or xylitol, but my popsicle maker requires some sugar for release and I think it fools me better. If you use the sweetened chocolate almond milk you could leave it out too. From the triple batch, I make two dozen popsicles and hubs steals the rest of the pudding. At about 50 cal you can have two for your hundred cal snack. If you like a different sweet balance you will have to adjust for your palate, but remember that cold kills the sweet taste so it has to be sweeter than you think for freezing.
Whisk together in a heavy saucepan until smooth: (start with all the powders and just a little milk to get a paste,then add the rest)
1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
2 Tbsp cocoa,
2 Tbsp sugar,
2 Tbsp powdered stevia with inulin (sweetleaf is the brand I use)
1 egg yolk
2 Tbsp organic cornstarch
Cook over medium heat until it begins to bubble and thicken, stirring constantly, turn to low and simmer one minute more.
Add 1/3 bar of broken up 100% cacoa unsweetened chocolate and 1 tsp vanilla, stir just until melted. Remove from heat. I pour the triple batch into a one quart rubbermaid bottle and put in fridge to cool. This makes the perfect dispenser for popsicles with the squeezability and smaller opening in the lid. I then fill 2oz popsicle molds, both my tupperware ice tups and zoku are 2oz so I do both. Takes overnight to freeze the regular molds. Little tiny dixie cups work too, but the timing on inserting the sticks always eludes me.
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Old 07-04-2012, 07:48 AM   #32
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Thanks b_lou! I'll try these!
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If you have the calories to spare you can pop some little tidbits into the pops as you fill.
Frozen unsweetened cherries are to die for, I do pudding - two cherries-pudding-two cherries-pudding.
My son did that with junior mints. I don't want the corn syrup, so might try just adding some peppermint oil to the pudding.
My next try will be vanilla with lavender buds, probably half pudding half greek yogurt.
I also have some fresh figs on hand, a few chopped bits of fig in vanilla would be BOMB
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Old 07-04-2012, 08:47 AM   #34
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I make mine with very sweet cooked pudding
This recipe is per cup of almond milk. I generally make a triple batch. You can leave out the sugar and use erythritol or xylitol, but my popsicle maker requires some sugar for release and I think it fools me better.
Thank you for such a detailed recipe and instructions.

I also use a little sugar, agave, honey etc with my the substitute ones, it gives me a little lift and I've read that your body in tasting something sweet, (especially artificial sweeteners), expects it. When it doesn't get the real thing it can cause cravings for it. .

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Old 07-05-2012, 04:38 PM   #36
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This is my plan for DD dinner tomorrow which I love to keep under 150 calories, but this will be less.

2- 97% FF Hebrew National Hotdogs- 40 calories a piece= 80
4 tbsp sauerkrout= 10
2 pickles= 10

Total=100
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Old 07-05-2012, 09:16 PM   #37
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ooooh kimchi!!! that's basically just cabbage... i gotta figure out where to get some of that, i haven't had it in forever!
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Old 07-06-2012, 12:06 AM   #38
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It's chilled coffee poured over ice and then sweetened with sweetened condensed milk. You can Google how to make a Vietnamese Iced Coffee, or...

I make mine on a DD with 1 Tbls SC milk, some DaVinci's and 2 Tbls half & half for 110 calories. On an UD I add 2 Tbls SW milk and 3 Tbls half & half for a sweeter, creamier version and 195 calories.

I am very much in with these right now!
What flavor of Divinci's do you prefer?
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Old 07-06-2012, 05:05 AM   #39
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ooooh kimchi!!! that's basically just cabbage... i gotta figure out where to get some of that, i haven't had it in forever!
I've found it in most stores in the refrigerated area near produce. I've gotten it at SaveMart (may be a local chain), Whole Foods, and any Asian market.
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Old 07-06-2012, 05:57 PM   #40
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This is my plan for DD dinner tomorrow which I love to keep under 150 calories, but this will be less.

2- 97% FF Hebrew National Hotdogs- 40 calories a piece= 80
4 tbsp sauerkrout= 10
2 pickles= 10

Total=100
So this was my DD dinner at 8:45pm after a total fast:
2- 97% FF Hebrew National Hotdogs= 80
2 tbsp sauerkrout= 5
2 pickles= 10
and some mustard
Under 100 calories and filling!
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Old 07-06-2012, 07:40 PM   #41
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What flavor of Divinci's do you prefer?
Right now I am actually using a bottle of white chocolate Monin that I got at TJMaxx. But I do like the white chocolate DaVinci's just as much.

I have many other favorite DaVinci flavors, but not that I've used in the iced coffee. I also love the peanut butter, English toffee, almond, and butterscotch.
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Dolche De Leche is really good, too!
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Thank you very much!!
I am not a coffee drinker, unless it's the sweet stuff.
That sounds really yummy!
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@Carley; do you mean dolce de leche the original? Or is this a flavor of something? I find the original/actual to be a little sweet but I'm all for trying new flavors of things
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Sf davinci syrup. I get it from netrition.
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I've found it in most stores in the refrigerated area near produce. I've gotten it at SaveMart (may be a local chain), Whole Foods, and any Asian market.
googled around and found an asian market right by my house I had never known was there, and they make their own kimchi. also picked up some shiratake noodles for the first time. pumped about this asian market.
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Thank you very much!!
I am not a coffee drinker, unless it's the sweet stuff.
That sounds really yummy!
Yeah, I prefer my coffee to not taste too coffee-y, Lol!! I like it to be light and creamy and sweet.
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A big iced coffee with real cream and Torani syrup in Caramel or English Toffee.
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An apple is the most filling thing I can think of for 100 calories.
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Are the Blue Bunny SF fudgesickles also Low Carb? Are these the ones typically carried at WalMart?
The Blue Bunny brand fudge pops are 70 cals and 18 g carbs, but 5 g of those carbs are fiber and 8 g are sugar alcohols, so 5 net carb grams (I think I have my math right). They do have 5 g of sugar and 3 g of protein. They are sweetened with malitol, inulin and sucralose. I've never overindulged in malitol, so eating one of these has never caused me any gastrointestinal distress. And yes, I found these a Super Walmart.
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Bowl of romaine lettuce with a sliced Roma tomato. A drizzle of real ranch dressing, just enough to wet the lettuce. Honestly though, I don't count lettuce calories, to me it's just basically crunchy water.
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Great ideas! I also love the kettlecorn and sf fudgecicles for a down day treat. If I'm going for filling, for me a boca burger (70 cals) wrapped in a low carb tortilla (45 cals) is really filling for 115 cals. That's my go-to down day meal and it's ready in just over one minute!
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- a mug of homemade stock PLUS

- a crunchy salad of diced cucumber, celery, sweet onion, yellow bell pepper, radish, and yellow cherry tomato tossed with plain rice vinegar and Penzey's Fox Point seasoning PLUS

- a couple slices of skinless chicken breast cooked sous vide
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greek yogurt w stevia and cinnamon.
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An apple is the most filling thing I can think of for 100 calories.
I love apples too. Our Costco store carries organic apple slices in packets that are 90 calories each. I love to sprinkle them with cinnamon. The packages are so handy. If I am going to be out on a DD, I'll often take a packet along.
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A big big salad with a touch of olive oil and lime juice. Add in prawns, chicken livers - any low cal protein. I don't count green veg so you can bulk up with these and they are SO good for you.

If it's sweetness you crave though sometimes two squares of super good high cocoa content chocolate hits the spot.
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If you want a HUGE bang for your buck, and you're wanting a HUGE snack, you could fix four of those big 5 to 6-inch Magic Pop crispy cracker/disks, each spread with 1/2 of an Aldi's lite cheese wedge..

So 2 Aldi lite cheese wedges for 50 calories (25 cal each), and 4 enormous Magic Pop crisps, at 15 cals each for another 60 calories.. totals 110, so if you were definitely not going to go over that extra 10 cals, you could refuse to eat all of that fourth cheese-spread crispy.
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