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TryingJudd 02-07-2013 05:50 PM

All time fav DD meal
 
What's yours?

Mine is:

Half a bag of broccoli slaw (50)
3 oz sliced chicken breast (166)
1T Trader Joe's spicy Asian vinaigrette (35)
3 roasted peanuts crushed (10?)

Toss and enjoy for a filling total of about 250 cals with plenty of fiber and protein.

I like this so much I made a double batch so I can have it tomorrow on my UD for lunch!

hot-in-texas 02-07-2013 05:58 PM

1 egg over easy fried in 1 tsp real butter103
1 small sausage patty-75
Medium orange-40

On an UD it's 2 eggs and a large sausage patty

Good thread idea :)

KeirasMom 02-07-2013 07:07 PM

Small Wendy's chili ;)

Carly 02-08-2013 03:48 AM

Not really a meal, but...
1pack miracle noodles=0
2 T Seaseme Ginger Walden Farms dressing=0
1 t Braggs Aminos=0
Pink Himylayan salt to taste
Tiny amount of chilli flakes
Pinch of onion powder and garlic powder

Rinse noodles and dry throw them in a hot skillet with the other ingredients. Stir fry for about 2 minutes.
Very filling for basically zero calories.
Eat alone or as a side dish or add protein of choice to skillet.

Kismet311 02-08-2013 03:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TryingJudd (Post 16246674)
What's yours?

Mine is:

Half a bag of broccoli slaw (50)
3 oz sliced chicken breast (166)
1T Trader Joe's spicy Asian vinaigrette (35)
3 roasted peanuts crushed (10?)

Toss and enjoy for a filling total of about 250 cals with plenty of fiber and protein.

I like this so much I made a double batch so I can have it tomorrow on my UD for lunch!

That sounds so good! I can't get to Trader Joe's too often since it is over an hour away but next time I go I will look for that vinaigrette.

MaryN 02-08-2013 06:42 AM

Goodness all of these sound delish.

Cindy-lou 02-08-2013 07:00 AM

I like 2 cups of coleslaw (50) cals
3 oz of ground beef (151)
1/2 cup hunts tomato sauce (50)
with lots of spaghetti seasoning

even DD said it was good ;)

soon 02-08-2013 07:05 AM

dont you wish TJ could be ordered online. Unfortunately cabbage and brussel sprouts give me gas. I keep a chicken bone broth in freezer. I heat it up w/ green onions , zuchini chicken and shrimp. Am thinking I will add tilipia to the mix next.

Bows1 02-08-2013 10:36 AM

I just had a rotini w/ broccoli and chicken Smart Ones dinner (280) and added 1 C of steamed broccoli (30) and a french onion Laughing Cow light cheese wedge (35) and mixed it all up! MMMM

sorenkkg 02-08-2013 10:55 AM

2 servings (350g) of 0% fat greek yogurt, plain (200 cal)
2 T low sugar jam - 40 cal
1T honey (or 20g) - 60 cal

300 cal, very filling, very luxurious, lots of protein, makes me happy :)

Bows1 02-08-2013 10:59 AM

I know what I'm having on Monday Soren!

zagnut 02-08-2013 11:12 AM

One of my simple faves
Can of tuna (120)
Lettuce (10ish)
Parmesean cheese (10ish)
balsamic vinegar (10ish)
French Fried onions (only about 25 calories per tablespoon but add a lot of flavor)
Oregano, pepper, basil, etc I'll add to it
Forgot the pickle relish (0-5)

Librarygirl 02-08-2013 12:48 PM

I had a very nice lunch of fried turkey deli meat (2 slices), 2 pickle wedges and 1 wedge of LC cheese. I spread the cheese on both slices, put a pickle in the middle of each, roll up, cut into bite size pieces and enjoy. :) Total calories: 100

pugluv9802 02-08-2013 01:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Librarygirl (Post 16248294)
I had a very nice lunch of fried turkey deli meat (2 slices), 2 pickle wedges and 1 wedge of LC cheese. I spread the cheese on both slices, put a pickle in the middle of each, roll up, cut into bite size pieces and enjoy. :) Total calories: 100

I love this, I will use any deli meat to wrap cheese and pickle in.:yummy:

TryingJudd 02-08-2013 04:04 PM

What great ideas! Low cal culinary geniuses.

Luv2Eat 02-08-2013 05:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Carly (Post 16247075)
Not really a meal, but...
1pack miracle noodles=0
2 T Seaseme Ginger Walden Farms dressing=0
1 t Braggs Aminos=0
Pink Himylayan salt to taste
Tiny amount of chilli flakes
Pinch of onion powder and garlic powder

Rinse noodles and dry throw them in a hot skillet with the other ingredients. Stir fry for about 2 minutes.
Very filling for basically zero calories.
Eat alone or as a side dish or add protein of choice to skillet.

BRILLIANT!!!! I have all those things in my kitchen, will prepare this on my next DD for sure :high5:

Librarygirl 02-08-2013 05:11 PM

I went on to have dinner too. :) I bought some boneless chicken thighs (4 oz = 130 cals), and had one (3.4 oz) and a little tub of green giant broccoli with cheese (20 cals)...used the juice of one lemon and one lime, garlic salt and fresh black pepper on the thighs and baked for 20 min at 375, turned and baked an addition 25 min. Turned out spectacular! BF thought they were gourmet. :D

Debrat3 02-08-2013 06:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Carly (Post 16247075)
Not really a meal, but...
1pack miracle noodles=0
2 T Seaseme Ginger Walden Farms dressing=0
1 t Braggs Aminos=0
Pink Himylayan salt to taste
Tiny amount of chilli flakes
Pinch of onion powder and garlic powder

Rinse noodles and dry throw them in a hot skillet with the other ingredients. Stir fry for about 2 minutes.
Very filling for basically zero calories.
Eat alone or as a side dish or add protein of choice to skillet.

What are miracle noodles like? Are they fishy? I would like something like this but if they taste fishy I couldnt stomach them. Also what is the texture like?

Carly 02-08-2013 07:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Debrat3 (Post 16248834)
What are miracle noodles like? Are they fishy? I would like something like this but if they taste fishy I couldnt stomach them. Also what is the texture like?

They don't taste fishy, but you need to rinse them before you cook them. They are chewy, but very filling and hold tastes well.

Cindy-lou 02-08-2013 07:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Debrat3 (Post 16248834)
What are miracle noodles like? Are they fishy? I would like something like this but if they taste fishy I couldnt stomach them. Also what is the texture like?

I was really nervous to try them but they are great...

When you open the bag they will be VERY FISHY smell but it's important to
rinse and rinse again and then RINSE some more and if your still not sure RINSE some more
:hyst:
then dry them really well with paper towel then throw them in a frying pan to heat them up
they dont have a taste so if you use them with a pasta sauce or in a stir fry

sorenkkg 02-08-2013 09:19 PM

Cindy-- this is a totaly t/j, but I love the little indicator in your sig! LOL I never saw the girl in the innertube before, but I :heart: it! :D

back to the thread...

miracle noodles are similar/same as shirataki/shiritake (I can never spell it) noodles. Konjac (konnyaku) flour, though the liquid is foul, the noodles are like 100% fiber and AWESOME if you can accept the chewiness... I like them best in asian applications, and 2nd best with tomato sauce. I've not found a creamy situation I can deal with yet, but keep trying.

Deb-- happy to inspire! I'm so happy I tried greek yogurt, and I'm totally going through a little phase now :o

Truffles 02-08-2013 10:30 PM

Zucchini noodles with alfredo.. and if I have the calories left. SHRIMP!! My fav food!

Cindy-lou 02-09-2013 06:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sorenkkg (Post 16249042)
Cindy-- this is a totaly t/j, but I love the little indicator in your sig! LOL I never saw the girl in the innertube before, but I :heart: it! :D

Thanks ...I just found her since I couldn't remember my link to the last one I had so I had to make a new one :dunno::)

BaileysGirl 02-09-2013 07:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KeirasMom (Post 16246803)
Small Wendy's chili ;)

:goodpost: :notwrthy: ;)

LoosinItNow 02-09-2013 10:29 PM

I have completed my first two weeks of JUDDD, doing DD on M,W,F, with a MD on Sunday. I haven't been counting cals on UD's, just trying to eat (a little) healther. I have lost 17 lbs and my blood sugar and BP, which were both dangerously high have come back down to normal rates! I was wondering if my scales were off (17 lbs!) but had a DR's appt and their scales verifiedd the loss :jumpjoy::jumpjoy:

Almost every DD has gone like this:

Nothing except water until 1-2 pm. For lunch, egg drop soup packet with one egg white: 120 cals. I found the soup packets at Whole Foods, the packets are 100 cals by themselves. Makes 2 1/2 cups, and I drink it all. Very filling.

Dinner is almost always spaghetti - I did this on HCG every night for dinner and lost nearly 21 lbs in 2 weeks. I use the Tofu Shirataki, for 40 cals for the pkg vs 0 for the non-tofu noodles, but I like the softer feel the tofu gives the noodles, they aren't as rubbery.

So, tofu shirataki noodles: 40 cals, 1/3 C Yves Meatless ground: 60 cals, 1/2 C Hunts crushed tomatoes: 45 cals, a tiny bit of frozen green peppers: 5-10 cals, + a dash of garlic and onion powder and a bit of chicken broth, minimal cals, at the most 5. for a total of: 160cals for a really HUGE plate of food.

Then for dessert before bed- 1 caramel rice cake: 50 cals, 2 TAB FF whipped topping (I sprinkle a little stevia on top of the whipped topping) - freeze it for 1/2 hr and it is an "ice cream sandwich" for 70 cals!

Total for DD's: 350 cals!

I have also occasionally added (when I am real Hungry) Dannon Light and Fit Carb and Sugar Control yogurt: 45 cals, and/or 2 Ballpark Turkey Whie Meat Franks @ 45 cals each for an extra 135 cals. That still is under the 500 cals for the day!

Hoping if I follow this, my wt will continue to melt away - I'll eat like this every DD for such good wt loss, and great BP & BS results!

Cindy-lou 02-10-2013 05:42 AM

:jumpjoy::clap::jumpjoy:WOW Julia thats WONDERFUL!!!!
Congrats:clap::jumpjoy:

Librarygirl 02-10-2013 05:56 AM

That's incredible, Julia!!!! Simply awe struck here!:notwrthy: I think I need to write down *your* plan ASAP!

It seems like your stats are not updated. If you don't mind, what are your current stats?

Carly 02-10-2013 06:33 AM

That's awesome! :jumpjoy::jumpjoy::jumpjoy:

Galveston Gal 02-10-2013 06:47 AM

I'm still lurking...trying to find the modification of JUDDD that will work for me.
Thank you ALL for sharing....:shake:

soon 02-10-2013 06:51 AM

I hate shiratakde noodles:cry:


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