Low Carb for the Honey Badger!
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I tweaked a few recipes to create a low cal - low fat - low sugar banana bread that tastes good! Easy to make - and an easy indulgence that will allow you to fry it in light butter and still keep it under 100 calories!Submitted by TNOVEMBER
This is a whole grain, low calorie version of the Fannie Farmer cookbook muffin. Oatmeal, whole grain four, and Splenda is used instead of pastry flour and sugar. You could further cut it using egg substitute and oil instead of butter. I raised my kids on this muffin recipe - and have since made it a bit more healthy. Submitted by LLCURTS
Heres a little recipe I worked out, and Sweet Potatoes are full of vitamin A! These sweet potato or yam muffins have less than 100 calories each and less than a half a gram of fat each! They come out to just under 1 gram of sugar each, but i use no sugar in them so these are naturally occuring. By the way no these are not "mini-muffins"! Feel free to use regular muffins tins like I did... They are a great harmless snack or breakfast addition. To get your vitamin A be sure to pair it with a healthy dietary fat (we need fat to absorb the A) - breakfast with 1 ounce of reduced fat cheese and a piece of fruit is great! So low cal you can mix and match often- and made with whole wheat flour- so you are getting your healthy whole grains and their awesome antioxidants! Enjoy!
*Don't be scared of the prep time- its just for boiling sweet potatoes. I forgot to add the temperature before but I included it now: 425 F. (its in the recipe text now too) Let them cool completely! Even chilled in the fridge helps them to "set". Submitted by LIFEHASCHANGES
Not my recipe. Have seen it floating around the internet. This is a "cakey" cookie that comes out almost like a muffin.
So many variations to try - sub pumpkin for the applesauce, add raisins, choc chips, cocoa powder.... have funSubmitted by JOEKNEE
This is my mom's recipe, and she bakes it in an iron skillet. She substitutes the water in the cake mix with the same amount of pineapple juice from the crushed pineapples. It makes for a very moist and sweet cake! No one will ever know it's made with Sugar Free ingredients (unless you tell them!). Guaranteed!!!!Submitted by CD12044961
Served hot by itself, with your favorite vegetable dish or even a stew. IMy husband enjoys cold cornbread crumbled up in a large glass with buttermilk poured over it served with a spoon for a snack or meal. He says, "It's Yummmy!"Submitted by STRINGBEAN61