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Similar to Shelly's but lighter on the fat and heavier on the protein. Still yummy!
These pancakes are delightful with syrup or plain.
These are really moist and delicious. They freeze beautifully and can be reheated in the microwave at half power for 30 seconds.
This is fabulous! It isn't completely sugar free but as far as fudge goes...it doesn't get much better.
Pecan Flour is used to keep these little treats in the lower carb range but they do not skimp on flavor! Keep them in the freezer so you don't overindulge!
All the flavor but none of the sugar.
This is a wonderful recipe from Whole Foods Grocery that I tweaked just a bit for my own dietary needs. It is perfect for that chocolate craving that won't go away! Do not overbake!
This makes a very moist bread. It may be necessary to cover the tops with foil during the last 20 minutes of baking so keep a close eye on it! This makes two loaves
This recipe is based on the recipes found on theworldaccordingtoeggface blog on ObesityHelp.com Shelly is much more creative than I am but this is my adaptation for my tastes.
You can change the flavor by changing the kind of pudding you use. Also change the fruit and/or the type/flavor of protein powder used.
This recipe came from a member of the Bariatric Eating Message Board Family. You may use any flavor pudding to create your own delicious dessert.
Pumpkin pie without the crust.
Smooth and light with fresh fruit on top.
Not as heavy as cheesecake but yummy just the same. Bake in a muffin tin. These freeze well
These are good plain or glazed with Whey Low and water glaze.
Similar to a bran muffin but no white flour or sugar to spoil the health benefits! These are really good with some Agave nectar drizzled on top.
This cheesecake is lighter than traditional but with all of the flavor! No crust keeps the carbs low.
Use this rich chocolate sauce to drizzle over cakes, puddings, or to dip your favortie fruits.
Freeze this in 2 ounce plastic cups. It is so rich...the tiny serving is MORE than enough.