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  1. I found this site surfing for smoothie recipes. I haven't tried any of them, but plan to this week. Hope this helps. http://www.weightdepot.com/highproteinrecipe.html
  2. These are the nicest tortillas I have found. However the last time I bought the large pack at Sam's......my Basset Hound ate all 20 of them :eek: . I was surprised he didn't get sick. Honestly, these are the most versitile low carb product I have found.
  3. I am carb sensitive, however I am a Weight Watcher. What I do is replace my bread products with a low carb one if available. If I have a breakfast burrito I use low carb tortilla, FF cheese, egg beaters and Jalepenos. The low carb tortilla I use is 1 point. I try not to eat refined carbs, but don't stress out about it.
  4. One thing that my leader suggested is to start your points day with your largest meal. For example if dinner is your biggest meal of the day start calculating your points at dinner, then breakfast and last lunch. I have been doing it that way this week, so we will see on Thursday if I was successful.
  5. 24 Hour Salad 4 cups iceberg lettuce 1 cups mushrooms, sliced 1 cups frozen green peas, thawed 1 cups carrots, sliced 3 whole hard-boiled egg whites, sliced 6 slices fat-free turkey bacon, cooked and crumbled 1/2 cups fat-free cheddar cheese, grated 3/4 cups fat-free mayonnaise 1 1/2 teaspoons lemon juice 1/2 cup fat-free cheddar cheese, grated DIRECTIONS: Place lettuce in bottom of a serving bowl, about 8" in diameter. Layer mushrooms on top. Then layer peas and carrots. Arrange egg white slices and bacon over vegetables. Top with half cup cheddar cheese; set aside. In a mixing bowl, combine mayonnaise and lemon juice in a mixing bowl. Spread mixture over top of salad sealing to edge of bowl. Sprinkle with remaining cheese. Cover and chill for 24 hours. Before serving, toss to coat the vegetables. Yield: 8 servings at 2 points per serving 73 Calories; 1g Fat (8% calories from fat); 7g Protein; 10g Carbohydrate; 11mg Cholesterol; 462mg Sodium
  6. I have a recipe for pecan crusted chicken, but I don't have the points calculated. The recipe calls for 1 cup of finely chopped pecans. You also dip the chicken in buttermilk before dredging in the pecans. Maybe someone can figure out a WW pecan crusted fish. I have had a pecan crusted halibut before at a restaurant and you are right it is very yummy.
  7. Greybird2

    yoo hoo

    Hi Teresa, Your BCB name caught my attention. I am originally from Tulsa and was in the Jenks band way back in the early 80's :eek: Your pictures look great, you are an inspiration Dawn
  8. I received a couple of free coupons for the WW Bistro Pizza. I have had one of them and the other has been sitting in my freezer for a month. I was so disappointed in the taste. They are very expensive ($3.99) and very high in points. Thanks for the ideas on doctoring them up.
  9. A similar recipe was on the weight watcher site using blueberry pie filling. I made this today and it is very good. I refigured the points and for 18 slices in a pan it is 2 points on the line. I guess if you don't like living on the edge, cut the cake into 20 pieces. Dawn
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