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  1. I'm going to have to try this. I love deviled eggs, but rarely eat them because of the high points value--they're just not worth it. This sounds like it would be a good substitute.
  2. I don't know the nutritional value off the top of my head, but I do know that in Hungry Girl's email yesterday, she said that Starbucks was discontinuing the light creme bases, but keeping the regular lite Frappuccino bases. That could explain why it wasn't on the website. I'd suggest emailing Starbucks (they have a contact form on their website) and asking for nutritional information for the lite strawberries and creme frappucino. The couple of times I've emailed them, they've responded within 24 hours and have been very helpful.
  3. That's awesome! We're thinking about switching from satellite to cable, and that would be an added plus. If you're a Netflix member, Netflix has a good number of workout DVDs as well. I have some on my queue so that I can try before I buy.
  4. carolina_girl


    Just to clarify--I've been working out at night, after work. Are you saying that I could use the AP I earned the next day for perhaps lunch or a larger breakfast instead of using them that night? I've been on WW over a year, but have just really started earning AP to amount to anything in the past few weeks. When I work out, I'm usually not hungry at all afterwards, so if I could use them the next morning for a bigger breakfast, that would be awesome!
  5. How big are these sammies? They don't look that big on the Quizno's website. I'm scared of going in and getting it, and then it not being more than a few bites.
  6. I do a bi-weekly Schwan's order, and love their stuff. I always get the Livesmart pepperoni pizza for 5 points, the multi grain loaf (I use as sandwich bread to make my own subs) and the hashbrowns at 1 pt. per serving. I haven't seen the LF stuffed chicken breast, but I'll have to check that out and add it to my next order.
  7. I like taking any of the sugar-free preserves/jellies out there and heating them in the microwave for about 30 seconds to create my own sugar-free syrup for french toast and waffles. My current favorite is Smucker's sugar-free cherry preserves, only 10 calories per tablespoon. If I'm in a decadent mood, I'll do a squirt of fat-free Reddi Whip for another 5 calories per 2 tablespoons on top.
  8. I do the monthly pass for meetings, so I get free e-tools, and the recipe builder is included with that (it's $39.99/month in my area). However, if you're not doing that, I know that there is a recipe calculator at Spark People (http://www.sparkpeople.com) that is free. Also, some people at BCB use Mastercook, which from what I can tell is a computer program that calculates the nutritional information of your recipe for you. ETA--Of course the Spark People website and Mastercook don't do the points, just the nutritional value, but you can calculate the points yourself with your slider or points calculator.
  9. These things are my lifesaver! They freeze wonderfully too, so if you're like me and don't use a whole pack at a time, you can pop them into the freezer. I like to put a Boca patty and a slice of 2% cheese on them, and have a 3-point cheeseburger.
  10. I just made this for a engagement party tonight. I did what chefbna did, and doubled it and used the frozen chopped spinach. It tasted awesome, and not low-fat at all. I think the full-fat feta is what give it the zing and the creamy taste. I'm happy that now I have an appetizer that I can eat, and that's low point for tonight!
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