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I adapted the recipe "No Bake Energy Bites" for a friend who is not eating added sugar due to fighting cancer...This "treat" is not sweet, but is still a treat for her :) I even enjoy them after a working out!
The trick is to use a well seasoned iron skillet...
This recipe was circulating on Facebook...don't know who to give credit for this, but they're yummy! I switched out 1/3c honey and used 1/4 c maple syrup. I bet they'll be great on hikes, though they are a little sticky :)-
I used to make this with butter, now I use coconut oil...works well w/ any fruit and ice cream on top :)-
I cut out the sugar, decreased the sodium and didn't add the tomato paste and hot seasonings to come up with this tasty recipe.
This recipe make enough glaze for 4 c fruit. Change the flavor of the Jello to match your fruit, such as Grape for Blueberry, peach for peach, etc.
This is made from a recipe my mother used to make with a 6 oz can of lemonade concentrate, which has tooo many calories :) Using 1 pkg of Crystal Light (that makes 2 qt of lemonade) is a ok compromise for me, although I'd like to get away from the aspartame. Trader Joe's makes one, but I don't have a TJ close to me...Baking them in canning jars came from a Pinterest recipe found at "The Italian Dish" blog. Enjoy! 10 gms of protein and 6 WWP per serving!
No added sugar, oil, or egg
Copied from Cheryl-Ann Porter on Facebook
I make this salad w/ half the salad dressing when making for more diet conscious folks. I often add diced onion, but it's not included in this recipe.
I mix this up and put it in a thermos to drink after I swim! A good reward after a hard workout!
This is a yummy variation I made years ago from a recipe off a box of a Kroger brand of oatmeal! These are not low calorie, but I make them for special occasions :)-
This pie has a yummy cheesecake-like filling...a real hit with family and friends!
I grabbed Hungry Girl's idea to use ground Fiber One to coat food, but halfed the coating mixture w/ ground Trader Joe's granola.
This is my quick fix for Brazilian black beans; though not made from scratch, they satisfy my hunger for Brazilian food :) I love making a meal of rice, black beans, and stir fried collards (chove)!
This rice is made a bit different from the way Americans make rice. It turns out fluffy and just right, but it may take some practice as Brazilians typically just go by sight and not by these "exact" measurements when making rice.
Basically, this is stir-fried collards...Not the usual way we Americans eat collards, but it's a staple in Brazil, eaten with black beans and rice.