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Here is the wonderful "Cooks Illustrated" tortilla soup recipe (minus the tortillas). I've added servings of broccoli, wine, black beans (in the recipe), and fresh fruit to make it "Zoned."
The "eat this with" is to accompany each PORTION of soup. So you'd eat 1/9 of this soup with 5oz broccoli, 4oz wine, etc (i.e. you don't need to eat 1/9th of 4oz of wine, 1/9th of 3-4 macadamia nuts). Enjoy!
I found this recipe a LONG time ago, but lost the original name and author of the dish. Either way, it's one of my favorites!
I typed up the recipe from a youtube video of a woman who made this. This is definitely not as sweet as the real thing, but its a good substitute for it while you're on a low-carb diet.
The youtube video is here: http://www.marksdailyapple.com
150 calories each!
This recipe is a combination of 2 cookie recipes from Cooks Illustrated (The ginger oatmeal cookies and the nut oatmeal cookies). They offer low-fat dessert options in their magazines, but this isn't one here (But it's a nice treat with a lot of fiber and oats!)
from www.zonediet.com and "Entering the Zone." The chicken/cheese proportions may be off on what I entered, but I'm just putting in what I did last night.
Make a mini-pie using frozen berries and fiber one cereal!
Since the author and cook only used half of the filling, that's how much I added for the recipe (i.e. I halved the filling ingredients)
For all of you zone-ers out there, this makes 18 blocks total (feel free to use fructose instead of brown sugar).
I got this recipe from www.zonediet.com, and modified it a bit.
See www.zonediet.com for full recipe
I got this recipe from oprah.com. This is by far my favorite rich icing. It's loaded with butter, but it's great as a once-a-month indulgence!
I didn't make this recipe, but I love it! I like to top it with my dark chocolate frosting (which is a sprinkles cupcake frosting recipe I got from oprah.com)
A Yummy Carrot Cake! I got the recipe from "First and Forever" Cookbook by Mary Corpening Barber and Sara Corpening Whiteford.