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8/18/12 6:59 P

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Looking for easy low cal and low carb snacks. Seems to be my downfall, Any ideas?

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4/4/11 7:44 P

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I found a terrific fast food type meal for those non-cookers out there. Schwan's sells a spicy chicken fillet with 140 C. I baked it for 20 minutes, then toasted an orowheat sandwich thin. I mixed 1 Tbs miracle whip light with 1 tsp blue cheese and a couple of shakes of Franks red hot sauce. I put the sauce on my sandwich thin with a generous handful of spinach leaves added my chicken. Yum, I served it with a side of baby carrots and a big dill pickle spear. Easily within my calories for the evening.

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3/4/11 4:03 P

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carrots, and squeeze lemon juice on them. Then sprinkle a little pepper and IF you want, the tiniest sprinkle of low-sodium table salt.



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3/1/11 7:25 P

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March is National Nutrition Month- check out the SP calendar

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2/1/11 7:39 P

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plain yogurt with fruit and kashi go lean mixed in.

about 20g protein, 8g fiber and low sugar

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1/20/11 4:31 P

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I am enjoying the SP 15 minute chili. I have made it a couple of times. It tastes great and is perfect for this time of year to warm me up. I put my homemade green salsa (hot) in it to spice it up.

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1/20/11 7:24 A

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pizza. really. i wrote a blog about it:
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DUFFYDYER's Photo DUFFYDYER SparkPoints: (23,192)
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1/19/11 2:28 P

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I highly recommend this Eggplant Lasagna recipe from SP:
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I made it last night for dinner. It says that it serves 12, but I cut it into 8 pieces. Each piece is about 300 calories. Very good and very filling. I served it with a side of broccoli, 1/2 cup of cooked pasta, and a slice of Italian bread. The whole meal was just over 500 calories.

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LADYDANIEIIE's Photo LADYDANIEIIE SparkPoints: (5,264)
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1/19/11 10:41 A

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One of my go to dinner menus:

4-5 oz. chicken breast
1/2 c. unsweetened applesauce
2 c. veggies (usually green beans, broccoli & cauliflower)
1 small sweet potato
Pat of unsalted whipped butter

Under 500 calories and keeps me full all night.


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1/15/11 9:31 P

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Hi all!
I made this recipe for dinner that I found in Spark Recipes: Bavarian Beef

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It was awesome! I made frozen peas on the side and spaetzle. REALLY good dinner.
Duffy

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1/12/11 8:41 P

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Because I had my wisdom teeth out a couple of weeks ago, smoothies have been my go-to breakfast (got tired of plain yogurt and mashing bananas til my kids thought I was eating baby food! LOL) I've been getting creative- spinach, plain yogurt, and a banana with different kinds of frozen fruit. Sometimes I mix in some oatmeal, ground flax, and/or wheat germ.

I am finally getting to a point where I can eat mostly normal food- don't have to puree everything anymore!

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1/12/11 6:17 P

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Breakfast is usually rolled oats with some sort of protein (either an egg or turkey sausage)

I have 1 ounce of almonds every day for my morning snack. This combined with my breakfast keeps me well-satisfied until lunch.

My favorite snack is stove-popped popcorn. It tastes so much better than the microwavable kind and it is SO much better for you! 1 cup has 55 calories emoticon

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1/12/11 6:26 A

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Hi folks!
MISJOSIE created this discussion thread and I think it's a great idea! I moved the discussion here from the general discussion section, but I can't move your posts. If you want, you can copy your post from that thread and then re-create it here.

Team leaders were given another forum to add, so I created a Diet and Nutrtion Forum for all of us. It will help us keep our topics for discussion better organized.
Duffy

Edited by: DUFFYDYER at: 1/12/2011 (06:38)
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