I use 1/2 c cottage cheese (2% fat), 1/2 c non-fat yogurt, an egg, 2 T. flax meal, 1/2 t vanilla, some sweetener plus 1 mango,peeled and without the seed ,and blend it until smooth. I also add some cinnamon since I am diabetic. That is my treat for the Sabbath.
blue berrie yogurt pancakes with lots of blue berries. Hubby found this recipe when I became diabetic last year and it does not effect my bs. left overs I like putting in the toaster oven to crisp up. Eat just like that or just a little bit of Healthy balance spread. Carol
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I like to make steel cut oats on weekends and freeze into 1 cup servings so I can heat and serve during the busy week! I also like to make whole wheat french toast with skim milk and egg beaters as the "dip" and maybe turkey sausage!
Melissa in VA (EST)
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Good Morning! On weekends I like to have a more casual breakfast because I am not under a clock to get to work. This morning I'm planning to fix steel-cut oatmeal that takes a little longer to cook. So my question is, what do you like to fix for breakfast if you don't have to "beat the clock"?
Christine (SouthCentral WV)
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