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I did get this from a website so I cannot claim it is my recipe
If you have to have banana bread, try this recipe. It's a variation of one I found online but with some substitutions. I have made it many times with different types of substitutions but this seems to be the best combination.
You don't have to make these as a mini-muffin but the portion control helps. If you make a loaf, I imagine it will be hard to slice into 30 pieces. You can simply double the calorie intake and slice your loaf into 15 pieces.
I picked up this recipe from another website but halfed some of the ingredients and replaced raisins with craisins but kept the servings at 12 muffins
To make this soup even more protein friendly.....add cooked chicken pieces and don't forget to measure and adjust your calorie count for that as well.
Just add a meat of your choice and chopped potatoes if desired and add to the pot to enjoy......of course don't forget to calculate for the extra calories. I leave out the potatoes and meat to save calories. The minestrone made this way, allows for ample protein intake while filling up your belly with a lot of vegetables. This is a very large pot of soup, divide in half if only looking to serve 8 bowls of approximately 1 1/2 to 2 cups each.
A delicious mix of white and regular chocolate pudding, mixed with Cool Whip Lite and placed in graham cracker crusted pie dish.
An all-time hispanic favorite.......YUMMM!
Cooked potatoes and/or additional rice would be great to add to the soup...or even 1 or 2 corn tortillas, but please remember to add that to your calorie count.
This is a hearty chili full of flavor because I have added some beef broth to give it that meaty flavor you sometimes just can't get with ground turkey. It is super delicious, super filling and verrrrry low fat.