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Give that turkey sandwich some zing!

I LOVE cranberry orange relish on a turkey sandwich but these days I am just too lazy to make it...but suddenly I noticed the Wegmans Triple Fruits jam in my fridge...30 calories per Tbsp. and wow, does it taste great on a turkey sandwich with a bit of lowfat mayo and some nice salad greens! emoticon

- Submitted by SARAWALKS 6/18/2011 in Healthy Eating | 2 Comments
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Substitue half of the sandwich for salad

I found that eating half a sandwich with a salad at lunch is just as filling as eating a whole sandwich. Now I am saving extra calories by doing so and having a healthier lunch!

- Submitted by SANDYDOLLAR201 5/29/2011 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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Sanwich with less guilt

Make on side sandwiches, like toasts, so you can enjoy the taste, with one slice of bread less ;)

- Submitted by MELLY_942 5/10/2011 in Weight Loss | 2 Comments
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Kangaroo 100% Whole Wheat Pockets (Pita bread with a big pouch)

I would like to introduce you to the Kangaroo brand pocket bread! I've had both the multigrain (not 100% whole grain) and the 100% whole wheat. The company has a patented method to make pita bread that opens up to easily hold several ounces of whatever you like in your pita. I've put 3 ounces of chicken in and still have room for some veggies! Easily accommodates a scrambled egg or two with some veggies or meat.

- Submitted by SMILEYBABS 3/21/2011 in Product Reviews | 7 Comments
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Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain Deli Thins

I saw an ad for these on SP and had to try them. At 100 cals + 5 grams of fiber, these make great sandwich holders. I like mine toasted and filled with veggie burger, low-fat Swiss, veggies, and mustard. Yum!

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- Submitted by JLRFRANKLIN 2/23/2011 in Product Reviews | 1 Comment
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Recipe Makeovers

Minipizza w/whole-grain pitta, low-fat cheese, homemade tomato sauce & extra lean ham is 1 of my fav dishes & it doesn't pack a lot of calories! Figure out ways to enjoy your fav food w/ a healthy twist. Get creative!

I can even enjoy chocolate milk w/ skim milk & 2 tsp unsweetened cocoa powder or healthy sandwiches loaded w/ veggies, melted low-fat cheese & lean meat. They're yummy, fulfulling & the possibilities are endless!

I also replaced fries w/ thin slices of baked potato. Crunchy!

- Submitted by MSMLPERRY 11/1/2010 in Healthy Eating | 1 Comment
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Make a sandwich with less Calories but tastes the same

When I want a sandwich, I cut the slice of bread in half to make 2 full size-looking THIN slices. Then I toast them on my panini maker and then put lot of fillings in it :) Same taste and same feel, but it is only 1 slice. For whole grain bread that saves you about 120 calories for the sandwich.

- Submitted by CANADAUAE 10/9/2010 in Weight Loss | 0 Comments
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Butter & Margarine

I don't put any butter or margarine on my sandwich or toast if I'm putting something else on/in it such as jam, cheese, egg, ham etc. I can't tell the difference and save myself quite a few calories.

- Submitted by KIERENKIEREN 4/6/2010 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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