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  1. Sounds yummy - I have been using their Spicy Black Bean burger [2 pts] for years...is this one "new" or just the old one re-named? Haven't tried the Asian, so will look for it. Where do you find the bagels? thanks
  2. ACK! UGH! GROSS! and HILARIOUS - these are actual recipe cards from 1974 http://www.candyboots.com/wwcards.html
  3. I agree :-) Have been using it for a looooong time. I also make an "Asian Flavor" slaw to have with my 2-2 point egg rolls. I add julienned "jicima" + diagnol sliced green onions + bean sprouts + ginger dressing=yummmmmm Also makes a very "pretty" presentation garnished with lemon grass or green onion "fans" - perfect for a "company's coming" to dinner & no one realizes it's "diet". :-) It's also handy to throw into soup if you don't feel like chopping a head of brocolli up or don't have it on hand. Gives a different texture & tastes great!
  4. WOW!!!! Think I better cut this waaayyyy down...seeing as it is only for me! :-) It's not the one I remember from this site before, but will give it a whirl. Many thanks - also might try the fruit & bran recipe above.
  5. Hi All, I've looked through "Breads", "Breakfast", & many other places and can't seem to find recipe for "plain ol' Bran Muffins!" whoa is me :-( Any help is greatly appreciated :-)
  6. Yes! Isn't it great? I found they all had a little to much dressing & I also wanted a larger portion for dinner so I just added about 1-1/2 cups of "bagged" herb salad greens & tossed it all together! Plenty of dressing & a good dinner portion along with my 1 point garlic bread! Wonderful meal & very satisfying. I also like the Asian one & to that I "add" more oriental veggies & have with a 2 pt egg roll for a very nice 6 point dinner - or alone for a 4 pt. lunch. I usually have the American style one with a Boca or Garden Burger for 5 pt total dinner....soooo glad I found these!
  7. The 4 different wraps listed on the Atkins site are 5 net carbs & NOT the same as the new ones used by Subway...also very expensive - over $1.00 each. I asked at Subway and they are not allowed to sell just the wraps - unless they charge the full price [$3.79] of the menu item! Soooo.....does anyone know how or where I might purchase the "old version" Atkins wraps - cheaper & not off their site? None of the health food stores in my area carry them; even though they have "everything else" Atkins! BTW, I love the "grainy" texture - makes them seem more substantial since they are so thin...more like a thick crepe than a wrap!
  8. mmmmm...sounds like a good combination of goodies a couple of questions though; 1. Points???...how many servings & what size servings does this make? sounds like it would make a BIG pot! 2. does the dry Hidden Valley mix just get stirred into the finished soup? Is that to make this a "cream type" soup? 3. is the sausage you use "Italian" flavor or more like breakfast type or kielbasa? Looking forward to trying this. I love soups & am always looking for new flavor combos...thanks for this suggestion
  9. Well, we finally got a coolspell here in FL & it inspired me to try a new oatmeal recipe. 1/2 C water 1/2 C 1% Vanilla Soy Milk 1 Chai Spice Teabag [i used "STASH" brand & it really packs the punch needed to flavor the whole recipe...don't know about other brands] bring liquids to boil, remove from heat, steep 5 minutes remove bag & return to boil add 1/2 C oatmeal, cook to desired consistency I then stirred in 1 Tbl. wheat germ & 1 Tbl. DaVinci Vanilla syrup....glorious 3 pt. breakfast! I'm sure chopped or dried apples would go great in this too...will add some next time. Love that Chai flavor...so autumny Enjoy
  10. This sounds "right up my alley"...alas, I have no ABM & am not an experienced bread maker Could you please post instructions & any recipe changes I need to attempt this "by hand"? Thanks
  11. Hi Has anyone tried these yet with Tanya's change to Splenda? I have had great luck [so far] just substituting with no change to liquids...wondered if that would work with this cookie. Also wonder if using "whipped butter" would work? Would be great to halve the points for the butter I definitely would love to have 2 cookies for the "proce points" of one!
  12. Hi Lost this thread in the other forum & remember there was a specific cocoa powder mentioned in one of the replies. Just can't remember what it was! hahaha [CRS you know!] Will any one do? Like Hershey's regular cocoa that I use for baking? Or do I need a "drink mix" type powder? 27 degrees here in FL this morning, so am really looking forward to trying this! Thanks
  13. Sorry for that post Mary! Just realized what I did! Geez, getting punchy from cookie fumes I guess! haha I think I saw the 33 calories &.66 points &it threw me off!...saw the doubleing & thought "2 cookies"! Sorry!
  14. Hi Mary, Question about servings on this one you posted. It says 48 Servings..per serving .66 Is that for 2 cookies??? Because below the recipe it says: per serving .33 Calories That can't possible be right...can it? [i wish!] These are my next project! Copied your post from this thread: My changes... Holiday Almond Cookies Servings: 48 Points per serving: .66 2 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/8 teaspoon salt 1/3 cup splenda -- granular 1/3 cup honey 1/4 cup applesauce, unsweetened 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract 1 teaspoon almond extract 1 large egg white Cooking spray 1/4 cup sliced almonds -- chopped Per Serving: 33 Calories; trace Fat; 1g Protein; 6g Carbohydrate; trace Dietary Fiber; 0mg Cholesterol; 20mg Sodium. Exchanges: 1/2 Grain(Starch); 0 Lean Meat; 0 Fruit; 0 Fat; 0 Other Carbohydrates Also re: Holiday Lace Cookies. I made them with your changes & they were delicious. Only thing is I only got 18! Used Tablespoon measure and leveled it off. Only change I made was I used 1/3 C of packed brown sugar & 1/3 C Brown Sugar Twin. Could that account for difference in volume? Didn't hurt the taste that's for sure I had to refigure points for 18 but still only came to 59 per cookie because of reduction in brown sugar calories. Still 1 pt! Whew! hahaha Thanks so much for all these great recipes & your help
  15. Thanks MrsZ I guess I better not rely on nutritional values in recipes that I get from online sites :rolleyes: I have pretty much been checking them but this one sailed right by me! Guess I was to excited about finding a "point cheap" real Lace cookie! Will be happy with the 1 point & save somewhere else so I can have several!
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