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I tried this recipe that I found and although it didn't really turn out like breadsticks, it's not too bad.
A little rogue for strict phase 2 dieters due to all the mixed veggies and using a few things like carrots and corn.
Add a side salad to complete.
Can be used for soup or spaghetti. I may even try using a serving as a mini meatloaf.
This recipe loosely fits phase 2 because I serve it with a cup of broccoli and shirataki noodles.
I modified this recipe a little by using Almond Milk instead of skim milk and SF syrup instead of pure maple syrup and saved about 30 cal per serving
I don't have problems getting in my protein, but I can always use more veggies! So I substituted the cauliflower puree for the chickpeas and made a few other modifications. I've made them once and I'm still tweeking the recipe to get it just right. You definitely want these to cool before you eat them though. They taste better that way. I have to say that these don't smell very good, but they are very moist and taste just fine.
I'm guessing the serving size would be about 1 cup. It figures out to about 9 raviolis plus some cheese and sauce.
I haven't actually made this yet, but it is very similar to an oven recipe I use. This recipe didn't give a serving size, but I will try to figure it out and revamp the recipe accordingly.
This is the recipe without fruit in the nutritional info so you can swap out 1/2 c of any frozen fruit you want to add. I added a small chopped up apple and 10 red hot cinnamon candies! It was yummy, but I think I might throw in a few more candies next time to punch up the flavor or maybe just a little extra cinnamon.
This is supposed to have a mixture of whipped topping and lite chocolate syrup, but I didn't like it so I make it without it. I also doubled the cake and yogurt to make a slightly bigger "cake". I beef up the fiber by adding 1 T of flax too, but I don't always do that so I didn't add that to the nutritional information.
I substituted some homemade Kahlua for the vodka they use.
I used a flat out instead of the recommended La Tortilla Factory tortilla
I modified this recipe a little bit from the actual Hungry Girl recipe. I doubled all of the ingredients except for the Tootsie Rolls.
When I make this I make a great big batch cause it disappears fast! I'm sure that not using Hamburger Helper would make this recipe healthier, but my family loves the taste and it is quick and easy.
I modified this recipe to make a full pan because it was just easier that way. The stats are only about 10 cal difference from the original recipe.
This is more like "salsa" chicken. You can do this as a once a month cooking meal by preparing and freezing.
May add nuts, apples, or raisins among the dough balls next time I try these, but that isn't in the nutrional info. Make sure you don't double this!! Recipe is soooo good! Hard to resist munching on all the left overs.
The original recipe was for 6 servings, but since it was so low cal I decided to make it a four serving dish.