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  1. Wow, I was so shocked to read the reviews. Miss picky eater here LOVED it. I tried it for the first time today. 1 pack of Maple and Brown Sugar Oatmeal with 1 tbs of walnuts cooked in 3/4 cup of water. Topped with 1/2 cup of bluberries and 1/2 cup of milk. I thought it was delish.
  2. WOW, 30 sugars is just not acceptable to me. I've found that with a few more extra points I can have more healthier desserts. I'm not judging, but I truly feel that my past attemps at WW failed because I was eating so much sugar.
  3. I make mine like the original poster BUT when I want something coffee like---- I add 1 TBS of instant coffee, like sanka and use the Kaluha Davinci's. Yummy.
  4. I was very skeptical because I thought the biscuits wouldn't cook in that amount of time, expected them to be doughy BUT this was WONDERFUL and will be making a lot more. Thanks for recipe. Sandra
  5. Does anyone know if you use the small square box of broccoli and cheese or do you use the new bag that is out? Thanks
  6. I eat them all the time. One cup cooked is 2 points.
  7. I know you are a different person. That's wonderful. Thanks for sharing. Sandra
  8. Thanks for the tip about the other cheese. I will have to check it out. I wanted to mentioned that I was desperate for something to put on my baked potatoe once and decided to put the french onion laughing cow on my baked potatoes. Talk about delish. Sandra
  9. rpeck634

    Steel Cut Oats

    1 cup cooked is 2 points. Love them. Here is how I "cook" them. Get a pot. Put 4 cups of water, bring to boil, stir in one cup oats, immediately take off stove, put lid on and sit overnight. Next morning take out what you want, refrigerate the other. It makes 4 one cup servings. Sandra
  10. Love it. It has less sugar so that is why I was sold on it. I bake with it and make lattes with it and don't know the difference.
  11. I was in Walmart yesterday and as I was waiting for my turkey to be sliced I looked down and saw Flatout Bread. I was curious and picked it up and decided I would try the low-carb one. Also, there is like 14 grams of fiber. Welllllllllllllllllll this bread is wonderful. I made a turkey sandwich and can't wait to make pizza with it. Here is the website. Thanks Sandra flatoutbread.com
  12. I haven't seen these sandwich's at Wendy's and it's not on the Wendy's website either.
  13. I wonder why mine turned out dry. (real dry) I used a whole grain bread, I wonder if that had something to do with it?
  14. I looooooooove it!!! I just bought a pack this morning for lunch. I haven't tried the other flavors though.
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