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6/15/07 6:45 P

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You can either plug it into sparks recipes on here or I just looked at the cream cheese and tortilla packages for nutrition and look apple nutrition up online and added it all together.

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6/15/07 4:07 P

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That sounds yummy! I wonder if you heated the apples with a bit of water, cinnamon and Splenda in the microwave first, long enough to soften them up a bit, if that would give a different flavor and texture?

How did you figure out the nutrient info?

Keep posting, folks. I'm still fat!

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6/15/07 2:26 P

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Just wanted to say hey because I just joined this group because I love getting new ideas for snacks and meals. Also I wanted to share some of my favorites. Heres a recipe for one of my favorite snacks.

Apple Quesadilla

1 whole wheat tortilla
1-2 tbsp lowfat cream cheese
1 apple

All you do is take the cream cheese a spread it on the tortilla and slice up the apple thinly (you will have lots of apple left over, but just eat it on the side). Then fold the tortilla in half and what I like to do is warm it up in the microwave for 45 seconds. Then enjoy!

With 2 tbsp cream cheese nutrition:

Calories: 200
Fat: 6.5
Carbs: 32
Protein: 8
Fiber: 11

With 1 tbsp:

Calories: 170
Fat: 4.25
Carbs: 32
Protein: 6.5
Fiber: 11

Malissa


 
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