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Try it with different fruit and/or different flavours of yogurt. add more sweetener if you use plain yogurt.
I actually use almonds that I'd already used to make almond milk... Why throw them away? Just spread them out on a baking sheet and cook-dry them at 200F after making the milk and before using them this way
I make my own soup stock whenever I cook meat with bones... 1 turkey carcass (picked clean... keep the meat to make the soup)in about 1 gallon of water and let it stew overnight. pour it through a strainer to remove any bone fragments.
No sugar/sweetener or fat added.
This stew can be made relatively quickly, can be served on a bed of rice or couscous, and can have meat added to it if desired
you could use plain tea bags of black tea, but generally you'll get better tasting tea from loose leaf tea... so that's what I use!
I add an egg and wheat bran for added nutrition... you can omit this, but remember that not only will your fat and calories be lower, but your protein and fiber will be too! Can be made with other types of oatmeal too, but the less processed the better!
Adding some real maple syrup might be nice but will add to the calories
3 or 4 ingredients.. depending on if you count ham and a ham bone as 2 ingredients
I made this in a 9" pie plate and covered it with aluminum foil because I couldn't find a baking dish with a lid
These tasty muffins are low calorie, high fiber and low fat. I came up with this recipe about 3 or 4 years ago when I found myself with about 10 lbs of over-ripe bananas. This is the original version I came up with.The Craisins add a nice tartness to complement the sweetness of the loaf.
I need lots of low calorie healthy snacks...and Rhubarb's free in my backyard! So much the better! Add more sweetener if desired, I like my rhubarb a bit tart.
Egg & Oil-free. If you use reduced fat Parmesan, your salad dressing will have even fewer calories
These tasty muffins are very low calorie, high fiber and ultra low fat. I came up with this recipe about 3 or 4 years ago when I found myself with about 10 lbs of over-ripe bananas. This version is tweaked to be more favourable to reduced calorie (but not sugars) diets. The Craisins add a nice tartness to complement the sweetness of the loaf.